In order to answer that, let me explain how ContentKing works in a nutshell. ContentKing monitors sites 24/7 - and with every page request, we check to see if anything has changed since our last request. If no changes were found, ContentKing will not send any Banner Design alerts. If we detect changes, we will assess the impact of the changes and whether the change leads to a problem. When assessing the impact of changes, and - among other factors - we will consider: How many pages are affected. How important are these pages. What is the impact of the changes from an SEO point of view. In addition to this, you can configure alerts on data from external data sources such as Google Analytics and Google Search Console. We automatically pre-configure alerts so they're set Banner Design up correctly, but if you want to customize them to set sensitivity thresholds, alert scope, and routing, you can do anything. Q: Is there an accurate and reliable way to identify plugin conflicts?
SV: As far as I know, there isn't. We are dealing Banner Design with many different website platforms, and each platform works differently. Some WordPress plugins, for example, detect if there are potentially conflicting plugins as well, but other than that, it's all about keeping track of everything that's happening on your site. When you encounter strange behavior, you Banner Design can investigate and go there and fix it. The magic words here are “keep a watchful eye” – without it you won't know if anything changes on your site and you won't be able to take decisive action. A great approach to identifying plugin conflicts is to run a staging or acceptance environment where you deploy changes first, before releasing them to production. This way, you can spot conflicts before they Banner Design end up in your production environment. Q: Why do we have to disallow bots when fixing/verifying production failures? SV: You shouldn't - you should always avoid banning search engine crawlers on your production environment.
And you shouldn't make changes directly to your production environment in the first place. Use a staging or acceptance environment where you commit your Banner Design changes, make sure you haven't changed more than you intended, and then release your changes to the production environment. However, you must ensure that search engine crawlers cannot access your preparation or acceptance environment. We explain the best way to do this in detail in this guide. [Slides] How to Detect and Fix SEO Issues Before It's Too Late Check out the SlideShare below. How to Catch and Fix SEO Issues Before It's Too Late From Search Engine Log More resources: How Banner Design often should you perform technical website crawls for SEO? 5 of the most complex SEO problems and how to solve them How to Overcome Technical SEO Problems on a Budget