I am the owner of the Buy Ad Packs site (http://BuyAdPacks.com) and I made a slight change to the site today. It affects maybe 1/4 to 1/3 of the pages on my website because their direct filepath has been changed. I’ll need to wait for the search engines to re-index me so that I can get some traction with them again.
“Reviews” Turned-Into “Review”
Keywords are a big deal, here on the internet. Every different variation of a word or a set of words will bring-up a different result when you hit that search button. So it is very important to name your pages and your URL’s properly to optimize your ability to get ranked high for your words you are trying to rank for. If you don’t know what words you want to rank for, do some studying for what others are doing, that are in your niche.
Old Url: http://www.buyadpacks.com/reviews/
New Url: http://www.buyadpacks.com/review/
My BuyAdPacks REVIEW page is a second-tier page which “holds” all of the different programs’ review pages. Here is a list of some of these pages:
It will take the engines a bit to catch-up and recognize and rank these new pages, even though all I did was remove the “s” from “reviews” and made it “review”. Crazy, huh?