How to teach an old blog new SEO tricks

By blog site, broken links, content, content audit, content updating, CTAs, evergreen content, google, Google Analytics, Google Mobile-Friendly Test, mobile friendly, redirect page, searchenginewatch, SEO, Site Audit, wordpress

Over time, a blog can accumulate broken links and other things that negatively impact rankings and lose SEO mojo. Here’s a nine-step SEO revamp guide for your old blog site.

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It doesn’t matter if China hacked Equifax

By attorney general, bad password, badpassword, Business, cfpb, China, class action lawsuit, data breach, engadget, equifax, fdic, federal reserve, gadgetry, gear, golden parachute, hackers, infosec, Internet, mick mulvaney, Mobile, Opinion, personal computing, personalcomputing, politics, Security, services, william barr, wordpress

On Monday the FBI and AG Barr announced “an indictment last week charging four members of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) with hacking into the computer systems of the credit reporting agency Equifax and stealing Americans’ personal data a…

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Phishing scams leveled up, and we didn’t

By bad password, badpassword, Business, data breach, engadget, facebook, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, hacks, infosec, Internet, jamal khashoggi, Jeff Bezos, Mobile, Opinion, Phishing, phishing scams, proofpoint, ransomware, Security, services, Whatsapp, wordpress

More than a bit of “I’m smarter than you” politics creates the divide between hacking headlines and what we actually need to worry about. On one side, researchers present findings at conferences hoping someone will raise the alarm and practical thing…

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