There was a lot of content on site A’s detail page and blog page, but there was little traffic from customers. When I looked into the cause specifically, Google recognized most of this page as duplicate content.
Q How did you solve the above problem?
A First of all, it was the first time I came across this problem, so it was important to figure out the characteristics of the page where the problem occurred and why Google didn’t expose it. When I looked it up, there was a rendering issue that recognized the page as duplicate.
After figuring out the reason for the rendering issue,
I set up a three-step hypothesis on how to solve the problem, and quickly Cameroon Email List tested the easiest way to do it. As a result, we were able to resolve it through various discussions in the last three stages.
* Rendering: The process of receiving HTML files from the server and distributing them to the browser
02 Finishing the projectQ Can you tell us about the biggest personal growth you’ve seen since finishing the project?
A: It was a project with a lot of personal growth. At the end, there was a feeling of regret and pride. The biggest thing I learned was the importance of communication with customers .
Q Can you explain in detail how you communicated with customers?
A First, we accurately diagnosed the problem and cause that the customer wanted to solve, communicated it to the customer, and focused on solving the core problem. Since the client company is doing various projects besides us, I tried to explain the task in an easy language from the client’s point of view .
Q What is your own know-how for a successful project?
I think it is important to find the core part that makes the impact of CW Leads the A project . In order to do so, I think the first step is to understand customer intent . And based on that, it is to check which kind of page has a lot of inflow or not, whether it has enough inflow, which page has the greatest potential, and work with the mindset to solve at least one of them.