2019 Trending Digital MarketingSEO Interview Questions & Answers

2019 Trending Digital Marketing/SEO Interview Questions & Answers

Here are the most common Digital Marketing/SEO interview questions for the Digital Marketing/SEO Experience People, along with the answers

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2019 Trending Digital MarketingSEO Interview Questions & Answers

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  1. Google Ranking Factor
  2. Cross Linking – SEO
  3. latest Search Engine update
  4. Google Medic update
  5. Types of Google Analytics Goal
  6. What is Event in Google Analytics?
  7. Tag Manager Trigger
  8. Campaign Type – Google Adword
  9. Ad Group Type – Google Adword
  10. GA Dimension & Metrics
  11. Funnel in GA
  12. Facebook Pixel
  13. Conversion in Digital Marketing
  14. Robot limit
  15. Sitemap Limit
  16. Omitted results
  17. Treemaps in Google Analytics
  18. Google Launched Date
  19. SEO Launched Date


  1. What is Google Ranking factor –

  • FRESHNESS – News/Article/Blog


  1. What is Cross linking –

Cross linking refers to the process of linking between two sites. Whether or not they are owned by the same person, cross linking is the process on which the internet is built. It allows users to reference sites with content similar to that which they are already viewing, and may be of further interest to them. Cross linking also serves an interesting purpose in terms of search engine optimization. Link popularity is one of the main factors involved in how search engines determine the value, importance and relevance of sites on a given topic. This calculation is then reflected in the site’s search ranking.


  1. What is latest Search Engine update –



  1. Google Medic update –

August 1, 2018 – Confirmed

Google’s Core Search Update Had Big Impact on Health/Medical Sites


  1. Types of Google Analytics Goal –

  • Destination
  • Duration
  • Pages/Screens per session
  • Event



  1. What is Event in Google Analytics?

In the context of Google Analytics, an event is the user’s interaction / activity with a web page element that is being tracked in Google Analytics. The web page element could be:

  1. video
  2. gadget
  3. podcast
  4. image
  5. button
  6. form
  7. scroll bar
  8. external link
  9. light box
  10. Ajax content


  1. Tag Manager Trigger

Tags fire in response to events. In Google Tag Manager, a trigger listens to your web page or mobile app for certain types of events like form submissions, button clicks, or page views. The trigger tells the tag to fire when the specified event is detected. Every tag must have at least one trigger in order to fire.

  1. Campaign type

  • Search Network with Display Select
  • Search Network only
  • Display Network only
  • Shopping
  • Video
  • Universal app


  1. Add group type

An ad group contains one or more ads which target a shared set of keywords.

Each of your campaigns is made up of one or more ad groups.


  1. GA Dimension & Metrics

Every report in Analytics is made up of dimensions and metrics.

Dimensions are attributes of your data. For example, the dimension City indicates the city, for example, “Paris” or “New York”, from which a session originates. The dimension Page indicates the URL of a page that is viewed.

Metrics are quantitative measurements. The metric Sessions is the total number of sessions. The metric Pages/Session is the average number of pages viewed per session.


  1. Funnel in GA

In GA, a funnel is a navigation path (series of web page) which you expect your website users to follow, to achieve website goals. A funnel is made up of a goal pages and one or more funnel pages (also known as the funnel steps). Through funnels you can determine, where users enter and exit the conversion/sales process. You can then determine and eliminate bottlenecks in your conversion/sales process in order to improve the website sales.

Funnel Types:- Goal Funnel, Sales Funnel, Multi Channel Goal Funnel, Multi Channel Sales Funnel


  1. Facebook pixel

The Facebook pixel is code that you place on your website. It collects data that helps you track conversions from Facebook ads, optimize ads, build targeted audiences for future ads, and remarket to people who have already taken some kind of action on your website. It works by placing and triggering cookies to track users as they interact with your website and your Facebook ads.


  1. Conversion in Digital Marketing

Conversion as, “The point at which a recipient of a marketing message performs a desired action.” In other words, conversion is simply getting someone to respond to your call-to-action.

Getting someone to open an email is a conversion. Having them click on the call-to-action link inside that email is another conversion. Going to the landing page and filling out a registration form to read your content is a conversion. And, of course, buying your product is the ultimate conversion.

For consumer marketers, conversion can be relatively fast and simple. A possible customer scans a QR code to get a coupon (that’s a conversion right there), and then they immediately go to the restaurant to get their free french fries with a burger and soft drink purchase. (That’s the key conversion.)

In the longer and more complex B2B sale, you want a steady series of small conversions. Engage with your lead nurturing email sends, engage on the website, interact with your social media efforts, and hopefully do a lot of these activities on a mobile device.


  1. Robot limit

Yes, there is a limit to robots.txt file in terms of filesize 500 KB as Vipin points out. A maximum file size may be enforced per crawler. Content which is after the maximum file size may be ignored. Google currently enforces a size limit of 500kb. Source: Robots.txt Specifications


  1. Sitemap limit

All formats limit a single sitemap to 50MB (uncompressed) and 50,000 URLs. If you have a larger file or more URLs, you will have to break your list into multiple sitemaps. You can optionally create a sitemap index file (a file that points to a list of sitemaps) and submit that single index file to Google. You can submit multiple sitemaps and/or sitemap index files to Google.


  1. Omitted results

Everything started with a lot of users complaining about Google pages returning a lot of results from the same domains, making the search experience a pretty bad one.

Omitted results are search results that are excluded from Google’s search pages in order to provide a better user experience. These results usually provide information that is very similar to the information in another result that has already been displayed.


  1. What is Treemaps in Google Analytics ?

Treemaps were actually introduced to GA back in October 2014, but were limited to analyzing only AdWords data (and could be found under Acquisition > AdWords).

A treemap is a visualization that uses nested blocks to represent a hierarchy (tree) of your data. Each block represents a branch of the tree and contains smaller blocks that represent its “children” or sub-branches. At each level, the relative sizes and colours of the blocks represent the relative values of your selected metrics.

The default Treemap in GA shows your acquisition channels (defined in the Default Channel Grouping), compared by sessions and pages/session. You should interpret the report as follows:

  • The larger the block, the larger the proportion of sessions for that Channel
  • Channels with higher pages/session are shown in shades of green (darker green means higher pages/session)
  • Channels with the lower pages/session are shown in shades of red (darker red means lower values)
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Campaign Performance
  • Social Media Campaigns
  • AdWords Campaigns
  • Ecommerce Conversion



  1. Google Launched Date?

4 September 1998, Menlo Park, California, United States


  1. Search Engine Optimization Launched Date?

Several decades later, in 1990, McGill University student Alan Emtage created Archie, which some say was the very first search engine — though that remains up for debate, according to research from Bill Slawski, president and founder of SEO by the Sea.


  1. What is Google Possum


“Possum” is the name given to an unconfirmed but documented update which appeared to most significantly impact Google’s local pack and local finder results. Because the update was never officially confirmed by Google, local SEOs have been left to hypothesize about the potential update’s purpose and concrete effects.

Many have perceived Possum’s purpose to be a diversification of local results. While the assumed update certainly did have this effect, one of its challenging “side effects” was the filtering out of legitimate business listings if they happen to share Google categories with other entities in the same building. One study of 1,307 businesses suggested that Possum affected 64% of Google’s local results.

On the organic side of search, MozCast documented a simultaneous shakeup of the organic results. This mayhave been part of Possum or it could have stemmed from a separate but simultaneous update.



shailendra sharma

Shailendra Sharma
Sr. Digital Marketing Officer | 360 Degree Solution
 Gwalior, M.P




Skype shailendrasharma8233



Difference between Location extension & Affiliate location extension in Google Adwords

What is Location Extension in Google Adwords ?

Location extensions can help people find your locations by showing your ads with your address, a map to your location, or the distance to your business. People can then click or tap your extension to get further details about your location on your location page, which includes the most relevant business information all in one place. Location extensions may also include a phone number or call button so that users can easily call your business.


How Location Extension Works?

  1. the distance to her location, and its city (mobile)
  2. her location’s street address (computer)
  3. a clickable “Call” button
  4. a tappable or clickable access to a details page for her location—with information such as hours, phone number, photos, customer ratings, and directions.

Where Location Extension show?

Location extensions can show your business information in various formats—on mobile devices and on computers—on the Search Network, Display Network, and Google Maps.

  • Google Search Network: On the Search Network, ads with location extensions can appear as a standard text ad with your location and phone number. On mobile, a clickable “Call” button may show in place of your phone number.

Amherst Ice Cream Parlour – Artisan Soft Serve

Ad www.example.com

Pistachio and Brown Butter Raisin On Tap. Fresh Baked Cookies.

100 Dardanelles Rd, Amherst MA

Reviews from your Google My Business listings may appear in ads with location extensions enabled. Reviews are compiled from Google My Business listings with a minimum of 5 reviews, and an average of 3.5 stars.

  • Google search sites, like Google Maps: Your location extensions can appear beside, above, or below search results on Google Maps, including the Maps app.
  • Google Display Network: Your location extensions may show on sites and apps on the Display Network when people are near, or have demonstrated an interest in, your local area.
  • YouTube Video Ads: Your location extensions may show on YouTube TrueView in-stream and bumper ads when people are near, or have demonstrated an interest in, your local area.




What is Affiliate Location Extension in Google Adwords ?

If you sell your products through retail chains, affiliate location extensions can help you reach consumers when they are deciding what and where to buy. Affiliate location extensions help people find nearby stores that sell your products.

How Affiliate location extension work?

Here’s how affiliate location extensions could help you win new customers on the Search Network:

  1. Someone searches on Google for a product
  2. Your ad shows with your affiliate location extension
  3. The person sees the nearest store that sells your product, either as an address or on a map
  4. On mobile, the person can tap to get directions to the store
  5. The person heads right to the store and buys your product

When to use Affiliate location extension?

If you’re a manufacturer who sells products through major retail chains, you can use affiliate location extensions to help people find nearby stores that sell your product. If you want to advertise your own business location, use location extensions instead.

What is HTTP Status Code – 5xx Error

What is 5xx status – This is Server related Error?

This group of HTTP status codes indicates that the server is aware that it is on error or is incapable of performing the request. The server response usually includes an explanation of the error situation and if it is a temporary or permanent condition. These response codes in this group are applicable to any request method.

What is 500 Server Error? – Internal Server Error

The web server responds with this status code when it has encountered an unexpected condition, which prevented it from fulfilling the request by the client.

The 500 Internal Server Error is a very general HTTP status code that means something has gone wrong on the web site’s server but the server could not be more specific on what the exact problem is.

Resolution Possibilities

The 500 Internal Server Error is a “server-side” error, meaning the problem is not with your PC or Internet connection but instead is a problem with the web site’s server.
Even though the issue is not yours to troubleshoot or resolve, there are a few things you can do:

If the 500 Internal Server Error message appears during the checkout process at an online merchant, be aware that duplicate attempts to checkout may end up creating multiple orders – and multiple charges! Most merchants have automatic protections from these kinds of actions but it’s still something to keep in mind.

  1. Retry the web page by clicking the refresh/reload button or trying the URL from the address bar again. Even though the 500 Internal Server Error is reporting a general error on the web site’s servers and not your computer, the server error may only be temporary. Trying the page again will often be successful.
  2. Come back later. The 500 Internal Server Error message is one of the most common error message seen when checking out during an online purchase so sales are often disrupted. This is usually a great incentive to resolve the issue very quickly.
  3. Try Clearing your cache and browser history. It could be possible that the page you are seeing is a cached version, so after the cache is cleared it will go away.
  4. You can check the error log button in cPanel under the logs section to see what errors are being given if you have cPanel hosting with us. Sometimes 500 errors can be due to syntax errors in a .htaccess file or other things you may be able to quickly fix yourself.

Crosscheck your cPanel if you have access:-

  1. First, log into cPanel within the “Shared Hosting” tab. View our guide herefor further details on how to do this.
  2. Scroll down to the “Metrics” section. And click the “Errors” icon

This log will display a list of error messages from your website. You will find detailed information about each error including: the date and time of the error, some information about the client receiving the error, description of the error and information about which folder or file is generating the error. From this log, you can seek resolution depending on the information about the error that you receive.


What is 501 Server Error? – Not Implemented

The web server responds with this status code when it does not support the functionality required to process the request. This is the appropriate response when the server does not recognize the request method and is not capable of supporting it for any resource.

A 501 is an HTTP status code for not implemented. This status code is received when the web server does not support the facility required.

Note: A 501 error is not something you can fix, but rather will require a fix by the web server admin who manages the website and server you are trying to access.

Reason 1 – Web server overload!

If the server you’re attempting to load is experiencing high demand, it may be unable to complete your request and generate this error. If you’re experiencing this error on a page you know is functional, try loading the page again after a few minutes. If that is unsuccessful, try loading the page again later that day or the next day.

Reason 2 – Web server errors!

Visitors may also encounter this error when a web server does not properly respond to a browser’s request or the program making the request.

Reason 3 – Web server out of date!

Finally, in some rare situations, the web server may need a software upgrade to properly communicate with your web browser or program


What is 502 Server Error? Bad Gateway

The server responds with this status code when, while acting as a gateway or proxy, it received an invalid response from the upstream server it accessed in attempting to process the request.

The 502 Bad Gateway error is an HTTP status code that means that one server on the internet received an invalid response from another server.

502 Bad Gateway errors are completely independent of your particular setup, meaning that you could see one in any browser, on any operating system, and on any device.

The 502 Bad Gateway error displays inside the internet browser window, just like web pages do.

How the 502 Bad Gateway Error Appears

The 502 Bad Gateway can be customized by each website. While it’s fairly uncommon, different web servers do describe this error differently. Below are some common ways you might see it:

  • 502 Bad Gateway
  • 502 Service Temporarily Overloaded
  • Error 502
  • Temporary Error (502)
  • 502 Proxy Error
  • 502 Server Error: The server encountered a temporary error and could not complete your request
  • HTTP 502
  • That’s an error
  • Bad Gateway: The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server
  • HTTP Error 502 – Bad Gateway

Twitter’s famous “fail whale” error that says Twitter is over capacity is actually a 502 Bad Gateway error (even though a 503 Error would make more sense).

A Bad Gateway error received in Windows Update generates a 0x80244021 error code or the message WU_E_PT_HTTP_STATUS_BAD_GATEWAY.

When Google services, like Google Search or Gmail, are experiencing a 502 Bad Gateway, they often show Server Error, or sometimes just 502, on the screen.

Cause of 502 Bad Gateway Errors

Bad Gateway errors are often caused by issues between online servers that you have no control over. However, sometimes, there is no real issue but your browser thinksthere is one thanks to an issue with your browser, a problem with your home networking equipment, or some other in-your-control reason.

Note: Microsoft IIS web servers often give more information about the cause of a particular 502 Bad Gateway error by adding an extra digit after the 502, as in HTTP Error 502.3 – Web server received an invalid response while acting as a gateway or proxy, which means Bad Gateway: Forwarder Connection Error (ARR). You can see a complete list here.

An HTTP Error 502.1 – Bad Gateway error refers to a CGI application timeout problem and is better to troubleshoot as a 504 Gateway Timeout issue.

How to Fix a 502 Bad Gateway

The 502 Bad Gateway error is often a network error between servers on the internet, meaning the problem wouldn’t be with your computer or internet connection.

However, since it is possible that there’s something wrong on your end, here are some fixes to try:

  1. Try loading the URLagain by pressing F5 or Ctrl-R on your keyboard, or by clicking the refresh/reload button.

While the 502 Bad Gateway error is usually indicating a networking error outside of your control, it could be extremely temporary. Trying the page again will often be successful.

  1. Start a new browser session by closing all open browser windows and then opening a new one. Then try opening the webpage again.

It’s possible that the 502 error you received was due to an issue on your computer that occurred sometime during this use of your browser. A simple restart of the browser program itself could solve the problem.

  1. Clear your browser’s cache. Outdated or corrupted files that are being stored by your browser could be causing 502 Bad Gateway issues.

Removing those cached files and trying the page again will solve the problem if this is the cause.

  1. Delete your browser’s cookies. For similar reasons as mentioned above with cached files, clearing stored cookies could fix a 502 error.

If you’d rather not clear all of your cookies, you could first try removing only those cookies related to the site you’re getting the 502 error on. It’s best to remove them all but it won’t hurt to try the clearly applicable one(s) first.

  1. Start your browser in Safe Mode. Running a browser in Safe Modemeans to run it with default settings and without add-ons or extensions, including toolbars.

If the 502 error no longer appears when running your browser in Safe Mode, you know that some browser extension or setting is the cause of the problem. Return your browser settings to default and/or selectively disable browser extensions to find the root cause and permanently fix the problem.

Note: A browser’s Safe Mode is similar in idea to the Safe Mode in Windows but it’s not the same thing. You do not need to start Windows in Safe Mode to run any browser in its particular “Safe Mode.”

  1. Try another browser. Popular browsers include FirefoxChrome, Internet Explorer, and Safari, among others.

If an alternative browser doesn’t produce a 502 Bad Gateway error, you now know that your original browser is the source of the problem. Assuming you’ve followed the above troubleshooting advice, now would be the time to reinstall your browser and see if that corrects the problem.

  1. Download Software Update 1 for Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010 Service Pack 1if you have MS Forefront TMG SP1 installed and receive the message Error Code: 502 Proxy Error. The network logon failed. (1790) or a similar message when accessing a web page.

Important: This is not a common solution to 502 Proxy Error messages and only applies in this particular situation. Forefront TMG 2010 is a business software package and you would know if you have it installed.

  1. Restart your computer. Some temporary issues with your computer and how it’s connecting to your network could be causing 502 errors, especially if you’re seeing the error on more than one website. In these cases, a restart would help.
  2. Restart your networking equipment. Issues with your modem, routerswitches, or other networking devices could be causing 502 Bad Gateway or other 502 errors. A simple restart of these devices could help.

Tip: The order you turn off these devices isn’t particularly important, but be sure to turn them back on from the outside in. Check out that link above for more detailed help on restarting your equipment if you need it.

  1. Change your DNS servers, either on your router or on your computer or device. Some Bad Gateway errors are caused by temporary issues with DNS servers.

Note: Unless you’ve previously changed them, the DNS servers you have configured right now are probably the ones automatically assigned by your ISP. Fortunately, a number of other DNS servers are available for your use that you can choose from. See our Free & Public DNS Servers list for your options.

  1. Contacting the website directly might also be a good idea. Chances are, assuming they’re at fault, the website administrators are already working on correcting the cause of the 502 Bad Gateway error, but feel free to let them know about it.

See our Website Contact Information page for a list of contacts for popular websites. Most websites have social networking accounts they use to help support their services. Some even have telephone and email contacts.

Tip: If you suspect that a website is down for everyone, especially a popular one, checking Twitter for chatter about the outage is often very helpful. The best way to do this is to search for #websitedownon Twitter, as in #cnndown or #instagramdown.

  1. Contact your Internet Service Provider. If your browser, computer, and network are all working and the website reports that the page or site is working for them, the 502 Bad Gateway issue could be caused by a network issue that your ISP is responsible for.

Tip: See How to Talk to Tech Support for tips on talking to your ISP about this problem.

  1. Come back later. At this point in your troubleshooting, the 502 Bad Gateway error message is almost certainly an issue with either your ISP or with the web site’s network — one of the two parties might have even confirmed that for you if you contacted them directly. Either way, you’re not the only one seeing the 502 error and so you’ll need to wait until the problem is solved for you.


What is 503 Server Error? Service Temporarily Unavailable

A 503 Service Unavailable Error is an HTTP response status code indicating that a server is temporarily unable to handle the request. This may be due to the server being overloaded or down for maintenance. This particular response code differs from a code like the 500 Internal Server Error we explored some time ago. While a 500 Internal Server Error indicates an issue preventing the server from handling the request entirely, a 503 Service Unavailable Error is an indication that the server is still functioning properly, since it’s able to process the request and has opted to return the 503 response code.

The Problem is Server-Side

All HTTP response status codes that are in the 5xx category are considered server error responses. Unlike the 502 Bad Gateway Error we’ve looked at recently, which indicates that a server somewhere in the connection chain is down or unavailable, a 503 Service Unavailable Error simply indicates that the server is temporarily unable to handle the request, but that is is functioning as normal otherwise.

Start With a Thorough Application Backup

As with anything, it’s better to have played it safe at the start than to screw something up and come to regret it later on down the road. As such, it is critical that you perform a full backup of your application, database, and so forth, before attempting any fixes or changes to the system.

Diagnosing a 503 Service Unavailable Error

As mentioned, a 503 Service Unavailable Error indicates that the server (typically the actual web server on which your application is running) is temporarily unavailable. This is usually due to the server being “down” for scheduled maintenance, or due to a heavy load of traffic that is preventing it from properly serving all incoming requests.

Troubleshooting on the Server-Side

Here are some additional tips to help you troubleshoot what might be causing the 503 Service Unavailable to appear on the server-side of things:

Reboot the Server – If you or an administrator have the ability to do so, one of the simplest solutions is often to restart the web server hosting the application. If your application is spread over multiple servers, make sure all are rebooted in the proper manner so the system is brought back online as normal.

Check for Unexpected Maintenance – You may not realize it, but your server and/or application may be configured to go down for maintenance automatically. Many modern content management systems like WordPress will automatically download and install updates to their base software without any intervention on your behalf.

Server Connectivity Issues – While it may sound simple, it’s entirely possible that a 503 Service Unavailable Error simply indicates that a server somewhere in the chain is down or unreachable for whatever reason.

Improper Firewall Configuration – A firewall is a basic security device that monitors network traffic and acts as a gatekeeper, deciding which traffic is safe and which could be malicious. In most cases, all potentially harmful traffic is stopped (and may be logged for network admin use).

Check the Logs – Server logs are related to the actual hardware that is running the application, and will often provide details about the health and status of all connected services, or even just the server itself. Google “logs [PLATFORM_NAME]” if you’re using a CMS, or “logs [PROGRAMMING_LANGUAGE]” and “logs [OPERATING_SYSTEM]” if you’re running a custom application, to get more information on finding the logs in question.

Application Code or Script Bugs – If all else fails, it may be that a problem in some custom code within your application is causing the issue. Try to diagnose where the issue may be coming from through manually debugging your application, along with parsing through application and server logs.


What is 504 Server Error? Gateway Timeout

The 504 Gateway Timeout error is an HTTP status code that means that one server did not receive a timely response from another server that it was accessing while attempting to load the web page or fill another request by the browser.

In other words, 504 errors usually indicate that a different computer, one that the website you’re getting the 504 message on doesn’t control but relies on, isn’t communicating with it quickly enough.

Are You the Webmaster? See the Fixing 504 Errors on Your Own Site section further down the page for some things to consider on your end.

How You Might See the 504 Error

Individual websites are allowed to customize how they show “gateway timeout” errors, but here are the most common ways you’ll see one spelled out:

Causes of 504 Gateway Timeout Errors

Most of the time, a 504 Gateway Timeout error means that whatever other server is taking so long that it’s “timing out,” is probably down or not working properly.

Since this error is usually a network error between servers on the internet or an issue with an actual server, the problem probably is not with your computer, device, or internet connection.


What is 505 Server Error? VERSION NOT SUPPORTED

The server does not support, or refuses to support, the major version of HTTP that was used in the request message.

The server is indicating that it is unable or unwilling to complete the request using the same major version as the client, as described in Section 2.6 of RFC7230, other than with this error message. The server SHOULD generate a representation for the 505 response that describes why that version is not supported and what other protocols are supported by that server.

The Web server (running the Web site) does not support, or refuses to support, the HTTP protocol version specified by the client (e.g. your Web browser or our CheckUpDown robot) in the HTTP request data stream sent to the server.

The HTTP protocol has various versions identified as major.minor e.g. version 0.9, 1.0 or 1.1. The server is indicating that it is unable or unwilling to complete the request using the major version provided by the client – other than with this error message.

Assuming that your request identifies a valid major.minor version number (the request is not fundamentally corrupt), then this error should mostly only occur if you are trying to use version 1.0 or 1.1, but the Web server only supports the older 0.9 version.

Fixing 505 errors – general

Most Web browsers assume that Web servers support 1.x versions of the HTTP protocol. In practice very old versions such as 0.9 are little used nowadays, not least because they provide poorer security and performance than newer versions of the protocol. So if you see this error in your Web browser, the only option is to upgrade the Web server software. If version 1.x requests fail, it may well be because the Web server is supporting the 1.x protocol versions badly, rather than not supporting them at all.

The same arguments apply if your client is not a Web browser.

Fixing 505 errors – CheckUpDown

Our service monitors your site for HTTP errors like 505. It is our responsibility to support whatever versions of the HTTP protocol all Web servers understand. Because very old versions such as 0.9 are little used nowadays, our CheckUpDown robot uses 1.x versions of HTTP when we try to access the Web site. If these fail, it may well be because the Web server is supporting the 1.x protocol versions badly, rather than not supporting them at all.

Please contact us (email preferred) whenever you encounter 505 errors – there is nothing you can do to sort them out. We then have to analyse the underlying HTTP data streams and may have to liaise with your ISP and the vendor of the Web server software to agree how different HTTP protocol versions should be supported. In the worst case we may have to revise our program code supporting particular HTTP versions, which may take some time.


What is 506 Server Error? Variant Also Negotiates

The server has an internal configuration error: the chosen variant resource is configured to engage in transparent content negotiation itself, and is therefore not a proper end point in the negotiation process.

Variant Also Negotiates, means that the negotiation for the server’s request results in circular references.

What is 507 Server Error? Insufficient Storage

(507) Insufficient Storage Errors are Generated when Injecting Large Attachments into Exchange 2013 Mailboxes


While migrating GroupWise XML files to Exchange 2013 mailboxes, large attachments fail to inject and the following error messages are generated:

Description: transaction error [add] the message exceeds the maximum supported size.


Description: transaction error [add] the request failed. the remote server returned an error: (507) insufficient storage

The errors are caused by a default setting in the EWS web.config file that restricts the size of messages/attachments that can be injected.

The (507) error messages are generated when the Maximum Allowed Content Length setting (IIS Request Filtering rules) is not set to support large files.

This article will explain how to modify the configuration to allow the injection of large files and prevent ‘insufficient storage’ errors from being issued.


CAS servers have their own attachment size limits that restrict the size of messages/attachments that can be injected into Exchange mailboxes.

By default, CAS servers only accept email that has a combined attachment size of less than 64 MB, and such attachment limits are likely to be exceeded during an injection job.

When the attachment limit is exceeded during injection, (507) insufficient storage errors will be generated.

What is 508 Server Error? Resource Limit Reached

The ‘508 – Resource Limit is Reached’ error is one that leaves both website owners and people browsing the web a little bemused. In this article we focus on some tips for a website owner to be able to identify the cause and some practical remedies to this common problem amongst people using shared web hosting.

Establishing which limit is causing your ‘508 Resource Limit is Reached’ error

If you are a web site owner and you have detected that on occasion your site is issuing 508 errors to web site viewers, there are methods to identify what is the cause of the 508 errors you are experiencing. The majority of 508 errors are generated by cPanel based servers that are running Cloudlinux. The 508 error is generated by one of two things occurring on the server.

Memory usage (your account has exceeded the amount of memory allocated to your cPanel account and there is no available memory allocated to your account for the server to process your request as the memory is in use by other requests on the account)

Entry processes exceeded (your account has exceeded the amount of entry processes allowed that can be run simultaneously on the account at the time your request was sent to the web server)

Possible Causes of 508 Resource Limits being reached

There are many potential causes of the 508 error; some of the most common ones are listed below.

Your hosting provider has limits lower than the requirement of your website.

Website traffic spikes

You have rogue processes, back-end jobs or cron jobs that are impacting on your resource usage

Web Crawlers, Search Engines or Denial of Service Attacks

Poorly scripted plugins or code


What is 509 Server Error? Bandwidth Limit Exceeded

Bandwidth Limit Exceeded or Error 509 is a common error on the web space. This error means that your site is receiving too much traffic than the host can allow, depending on the server space you have purchased. Web hosting companies allocate you server space depending on your data requirements. Your website files are usually saved in a server from where they are downloaded after someone makes a query to display your website. Bandwidth Limit Exceeded or Error 509 is a common error on the web space. This error means that your site is receiving too much traffic than the host can allow, depending on the server space you have purchased. Web hosting companies allocate you server space depending on your data requirements. Your website files are usually saved in a server from where they are downloaded after someone makes a query to display your website. The more visitors your site receives, the more the bandwidth consumed.

How to fix Error 509

When your site starts displaying this error, you need to take action immediately. Here are some practical ways to fix the error permanently:

  1. Caching
    Bandwidth is used when data is transferred from the web server to the end user’s computer and vice versa. Implementing caching ensures that when someone visits your site, a copy is saved on their browser. When they make subsequent visits, the site is retrieved from the browser instead of the host’s servers, ensuring that the allocated disk space remains intact.
  2. Upgrade your hosting plan
    Hosting providers offer a wide range of hosting plans depending on your budget and/or bandwidth requirements. If you were on a budget when you purchased the initial hosting plan, you can consider upgrading to another plan. Your hosting provider will tell you the amount of space allocated and rates for upgrade or unlimited hosting.
  3. Reduce your files, especially images
    Images take up a lot of disk space and reducing their size comes with many benefits. It boosts your site load speed hence boosting your SEO efforts and also optimizes disk space usage on your servers. This has a significant impact on bandwidth usage in the course of the month. If your server is always returning error 506 a few days to end month, you may need to consider optimizing your images to create space for some more downloads.In conclusion, error 509 can bring massive losses to your business. You need to constantly monitor your bandwidth usage to ensure that visitors are no met with Error 509 when they visit your site. Do not blame your host when you use up your allocated bandwidth. Collaborate with them to fix the problem as soon as possible.


What is 510 Server Error? Not Extended (RFC 2774)

The policy for accessing the resource has not been met in the request. The server should send back all the information necessary for the client to issue an extended request. It is outside the scope of this specification to specify how the extensions inform the client.

If the 510 response contains information about extensions that were not present in the initial request then the client MAY repeat the request if it has reason to believe it can fulfill the extension policy by modifying the request according to the information provided in the 510 response.

Otherwise the client MAY present any entity included in the 510 response to the user, since that entity may include relevant diagnostic information.

Twitter Widget Tips : How to Add For Twitter Updates

How to embed Twitter timelines on your website

Today we’re bringing Twitter and the web closer together by launching new real-time tools for website developers. With our new embedded timelines you can place any public timeline on your website, connecting your readers with the Tweets that you and others create on Twitter.


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With one line of HTML you can deliver any account’s Tweets, favorites, a list, search query or #hashtag directly to your website. Embedded timelines are interactive, enabling visitors to reply, retweet and favorite Tweets, follow your accounts, and Tweet directly to you all without leaving the page. The auto-expand photos option brings the photo front and center in the timeline, and you can expand Tweets just like you would on twitter.com to see cards, and retweet and favorites counts. These new tools are built specifically for the web: they load fast, scale with your traffic as your audience grows, update in real-time, and work great in modern, legacy, and mobile browsers.

Create your own embedded timeline right now using the new timeline settings page on twitter.com, or read more about how embedded timelines work on your website in the developer documentation and ask questions in our forum for embedded timelines.


For best performance and reliability, include the widgets.js script in your template

Include the Twitter for Websites JavaScript once in your page template for optimal web page performance and to enable tracking of Twitter widget JavaScript events.

If your site is using multiple widgets you can set up Twitter widgets in your pages once, which will make your site faster, and widgets such as embedded Tweets will be more reliable for authors when using content management systems.

window.twttr = (function(d, s, id) {
  var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],
    t = window.twttr || {};
  if (d.getElementById(id)) return t;
  js = d.createElement(s);
  js.id = id;
  js.src = "https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js";
  fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);

  t._e = [];
  t.ready = function(f) {

  return t;
}(document, "script", "twitter-wjs"));

The above snippet optimizes loading by:

  1. Assign a HTML element ID of twitter-wjs to easily identify if the JavaScript file already exists on the page. Exit early if the ID already exists.
  2. Asynchronously load the Twitter for Websites JavaScript.
  3. Initialize an asynchronous function queue to hold dependent functions until the script is available.

Include this snippet before any other JavaScript on your page which may depend on the twttr.ready asynchronous function queue.



How to Embedded Twitter Timelines ?

Embedded timelines are an easy way to embed multiple Tweets on your website in a compact, linear view. Display the latest Tweets from a Twitter account, lists, your curated collections, or tap into the live conversation with a search query.



How to Add Tweet Button on Your Website

The Tweet button is a social button for your website for visitors to easily share your content with their followers on Twitter.


How to Add Twitter Follow Button

The Follow button is a social button enabling visitors to easily engage with your Twitter account.

Twitter Plugin for WordPress


spam referrals traffic

(Solved) Vitaly rules google, google analytics spam – How to Stop!

If you are facing issue in Google Analytics with unwanted spam traffic from Russian country. Enjoy this article and solved. ….


Does Your Google Analytics Data look like this Spam Traffic?

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How to stop this spam URL in Google Analytical Vitaly rules google ☆*:。゜゚・*ヽ(^ᴗ^)ノ*・゜゚。:*☆ ¯\_(ツ)_/¯(ಠ益ಠ)(ಥ‿ಥ)(ʘ‿ʘ)ლ(ಠ_ಠლ)( ͡° ͜ʖ – 879119


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Source – Google Trends

How To Block Vitaly rules google Spam/ twitter.com Spam Traffic

Spam referrals 1st


Issue Detail –

Spam 1 – Vitaly rules google

Page – /

Page Title – Vitaly rules google

Source – twitter.com

Medium – referral

Referral Path – https://twitter.com/3mapsVitaly

Network Domain – clodo.ru, ertelecom.ru

Language – Vitaly rules google ☆*:。゜゚・*ヽ(^ᴗ^)ノ*・゜゚。:*☆ ¯\_(ツ)_/¯(ಠ益ಠ)(ಥ‿ಥ)(ʘ‿ʘ)ლ(ಠ_ಠლ)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ヽ(゚Д゚)ノʕ•̫͡•ʔᶘ ᵒᴥᵒᶅ(=^ ^=)oO

Country – Russia

Solution to Stop 1st Referral Spam Traffic

How to Add Filter for “Vitaly rules google” ?

Step 1 – Visit Google Analytic > Select Website Property

Step 2 – Click “Admin”

Step 3 – Click “View Filter”



Step 4 – Click “Add Filter”



Step 5 – Choose Filter Name > Vitaly rules google – Keyword Spam > Filter Type “Custom” > Select “Exclude” > Filter Field “Campaign > Filter Pattern “vitaly rules google” > Click “Save” Button



Result – After 2 hour, Spam Traffic Will Be Successfully Removed from Your Google Analytics


Spam referrals 2nd

How to Block secret.ɢoogle.com Spam Referrals Traffic in Google Analytics

Issue Detail –

Spam 2 – Secret.ɢoogle.com

Page – reddit.com

Page Title – Secret.ɢoogle.com / https://www.reddit.com/r/technology/comments/5foynf/lifehac%C4%B8ercom_original_idn_fake_safe_best_on_ff/

Source – reddit.com / lifehacĸer.com / abc.xyz / addons.mozilla.org / boltalko.xyz / bukleteg.xyz / brateg.xyz / buketeg.xyz / budilneg.xyz / biteg.xyz / bezlimitko.xyz

Medium – referral

Referral Path – /en-US/firefox/addon/ilovevitaly/

Network Domain – clodo.ru, ertelecom.ru, an-net.ru, unknown.unknown

Language – Secret.ɢoogle.com You are invited! Enter only with this ticket URL. Copy it. Vote for Trump!

Country – Russia


Solution To Stop 2nd Referral Spam Traffic

How to Add Filter for “Secret.ɢoogle.com”

Step 1 – Visit Google Analytic > Select Website Property

Step 2 – Click “Admin”

Step 3 – Click “View Filter”



Step 4 – Click “Add Filter”



Step 5 – This For “Source – lifehacĸer.com” and you can apply for other spam traffic as well as.

Filter Name “Lifehacĸer Spam” > Filter Type “Custome” > Select “Exclude” > Filter Field “Referral” > Filter Pattern “lifehacĸer/.com” > And Click to “Save” Button




Since Russian spammer is using Twitter.com referral traffic to promote his Twitter page and spam Vitaly rules google in Google Analytics.


100% Solved – Now 0 (zero ) visits from Russian spammer! Fully covered.


Now use above easy steps to Prevent and Remove the Spam from your Google Analytics.


I really want to talk about WHY you should take care of Google Analytics Spam Traffic. If you need any help during the set-up process, get in touch with me.

What is Natural Link Building Factors

Natural Link Building Factors

Now no buddy know the actual term of link building which never hat by google because we need backlink more and more and also aware with that google may be hat these links so please inside below and get few easy factor:-

10 Important Link building Factor :-

  1. High DA Directory ( Theme Relevant )
  2. Question & Answer Board on High Authority Web only ( Theme Relevant )
  3. Social Bookmarking ( HIGH DA )
  4. Ping Submission
  5. Blogging with Natural Content
  6. PPT & Video Submission
  7. Guest Blogging & Press Release with Relevant & High Authority Sites
  8. Classified Submission ( Local )
  9. Local Listing
  10. Link Share on Top Social Site as G+, Twitter, FB with general content.

Always lots of SEO’s confuse with the “Which Backlink Task is Natural?” “Which Link Building Task is Natural“? “How to prevent from Penguin” There we are sharing few task which will spread your content and can improve your backlink in natural way. But need to grow up with quality only never try with quality.

Why Google Algorithm Upgrade in the frame of Animal Names

Nobody really knows, and if they do, they certainly aren’t informing. Google seems to have an interest in uncommon titles. The business name itself explains a complicated statistical system, which is appropriate, since the company’s strength is complicated statistical methods to enhance seo outcomes. For their always changing methods that they use to generate the most efficient outcomes in their look for web page, they use Creature/ Animal titles. First, it was Panda, then it was Penguin, Hummingbird and now, we have Pigeon.


February 23, 2011: Google Panda/Farmer Update – When the Google Panda update founded, there was no prescribed name from Google, and then we called it the “Farmer” update. A few days after, Google assured us they internally appointed it the Panda update. So we changed names from Farmer to Panda to keep off that disarray. This update regarded up to 12 percent of search results. The update punished low quality websites, low quality content/duplicate content; generally content held not worthful to the exploiter. Google Panda Update April 24, 2012: Google’s Penguin Update – After weeks of guess about an “Over-optimization penalty”, Google eventually rolled out the “Webspam Update”, which was soon after nicknamed “Penguin.” Penguin conformed a number of spam factors, including keyword stuffing, and impacted an estimated 3.1% of English queries. Google Penguin Update August 20, 2013: Google Hummingbird Update – Announced on September 26th, Google proposed that the “Hummingbird” update rolled out about a month before. Our best guess splices it to a MozCast spike on August 20th and lots stories of flux from August 20-22. Hummingbird has been equated to Caffeine, and looks to be a core algorithm update that may power alters to semantic search and the Knowledge Graph for months to come. Google-Hummingbird Jul 25, 2014: Google Pigeon Update – Pigeon is the name we resolved on since this is a local search update and pigeons incline to fly back home. This is not actually a spam vary but more of a key change to the local search ranking algorithm. google-china-april-fools-pigeons About The Author: Shailendra is a Contributing Editor at Search Engine Update Blog. He built went on to found software and consulting company and Search Analytics. He provides a foundation for incorporating search strategy into organizations of all levels. Follow her on Twitter at @shailendra843. See more articles by Shailendra Sharma