At ContentKing developing all the tools you need to audit and optimize your websites gets us out of bed in the morning. That’s why we’ve just added support for four link relations: pagination, hreflang, mobile and AMP.
Here’s a quick rundown on each new feature:
Sometimes there’s too much content to fit on a single page (think product category pages on an eCommerce website). Whenever you split up your content across multiple pages, it’s important to link them using pagination attributes to prevent duplicate content issues.
If this is new to you, make sure to read all about it in our Academy article on pagination. The important takeaway here: you can now use ContentKing to verify your pagination setup.
Have a multi-language website? If so, you should be using hreflang to make sure that search engines are serving the correct language variant of your content.
And just like with the pagination attributes, ContentKing now provides you with insights on your hreflang implementation. If you hadn’t heard of hreflang before, find out how it works in our Academy article about hreflang.
Google’s AMP format, aimed at speeding up the web experience for mobile users, is gaining more and more traction. If you’re among those already using it, you’ll be happy to know that we’ve added support for AMP markup. If AMP is new to you, check out our Academy article about AMP.
Staying on the mobile topic, even though responsive websites have become the go-to solution for catering to mobile visitors, there are still plenty of mobile-dedicated websites out there. If your website is one of them, it’s good to know that you can now verify your implementation in ContentKing.
If this is new to you, check out our Academy article about rel alternate mobile.
Like all attributes in ContentKing, these news ones can be filtered on the Pages screen. To do so, simply add these columns to your Column set.
We hope you enjoy using our app and that our new updates will help you become even more effective.