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Serpstat May 15
Q6: How can you manage redirects and hreflangs with CDNs?
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Adelina Karpenkova May 15
Replying to @TaylorDanRW @serpstat
A1: That's what I was about to say that only if CDNs are not configured correctly then you may observe some slight ranking drop in your website's performance.
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Dan Taylor May 15
Replying to @serpstat
They generally create more opportunities whether it be with Cloudflare Workers (and others fast on the horizon), help increase page load speed regardless of user location in relation to the origin server, and can reduce the likelihood of a SPOF
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Adelina Karpenkova May 15
Replying to @serpstat @TaylorDanRW
I was about to ask the same thing: you said there are both benefits and downsides, which are they? Of course, I understand that there are more advantages😃 yet I'm curious what to expect
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Charles Briggs May 15
Replying to @serpstat @TaylorDanRW
Well, Dan, could you share what pitfalls we must expect from CDNs? DO they have any limitations?
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Charles Briggs May 15
Replying to @serpstat
A6: I think you must use a well-distributed platform with multiple points of presence on multiple networks then you’ll have more chances to serve all the responses and improve your application’s availability.
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Serpstat May 15
Welcome to today’s . Introduce yourself then tell us where you are tweeting from!
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Charles Briggs May 15
Replying to @TaylorDanRW @serpstat
A5: You mean that CDNs give you fuller picture?
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Charles Briggs May 15
Replying to @serpstat
I'm from Ohio, happy to be here!😀
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Serpstat May 15
A short correction of 's time😉
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Adelina Karpenkova May 15
Replying to @serpstat
A5: I've also heard that there is also a tool Logpush which helps you push your HTTPS request logs to Amazon S3 or Google Cloud for storage. You can do it through API. Can you comment on it, Dan?
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Serpstat May 15
Thanks to you for your participation in our ! See you next time, guys!
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Serpstat May 15
Q5: How can CDNs help with log collection?
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Dan Taylor May 15
Replying to @ChalesBriggs @serpstat
Actually CDNs can reduce the picture as they mitigate and filter out some not activity, as you're loading assets off of multiple servers. Thus assets might not included in just server logs.
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Dan Taylor May 15
Replying to @ChalesBriggs @serpstat
Through Workers and some dashboards you can modify your origin server response to include Hreflang tags (even if they don't exist on the underlying codebase)
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Kate May 15
Replying to @serpstat
A2: They can also compress heavy images which may drastically increase site’s speed.
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Dan Taylor May 15
From experience if they're not configured correctly, you see more than slight issues
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Charles Briggs May 15
Replying to @serpstat @rustybrick
A1: I dug it up specifically and I remember that said that nope, Google treats them equally to normal pages. Am I right, Dan Taylor?
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Serpstat May 15
Q7: How can CDNs help with mobile optimization?
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Dan Taylor May 15
Replying to @serpstat
We've put lots of sites on class C IPs behind Cloudflare and not seen any issues. That being said - incorrect CDN configurations (such as excluding traffic) can cause issues.
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