The New Year is right around the corner – it’s a time when companies take a look back and try to determine what went right and what went wrong and how they can apply those lessons to the next 12 months.
Your SEO strategy is top-notch. Your marketing plan is spot on. People are learning about you and your product. They are making their way to your website, and you’re starting to get that feeling of success. Leads are finally coming to you! All of that time planning and strategizing over
Today’s SEO.com Online Content Collective is centered on content. First we will explore an article discussing Google’s introduction of in-depth articles to search results. Next on the docket is a new article from the MOZ Blog, visually displaying how to optimize onsite content. To round out this week’s collective; we
What do you think when you hear the acronym, “SEO”?
Do you think something like “rank higher in Google”? Or maybe you’re one of those industry people who thinks, “inbound marketing strategy.” I am fully aware that there are still people out there who have no clue what SEO means, as
Hi, I’m Nate Babbel, and today I am going to answer the question: How can I improve my page load speed?
Page load speed is incredibly important.
Let's Dive In And Optimize Your WordPress Site
First, I’m making the assumption that you’re reading this article because you either have a website in WordPress, and you want to make sure people can find it from the search engines, or you are about to embark upon, or are interested in
Many site owners don’t quite understand when we tell them we found at least 6 versions of their homepage. And to be fair, it’s kind of unfortunate that search engines aren’t smart enough to consolidate obvious examples of duplicated homepages.
Here are the most common occurrences of duplicate homepages:
A 404 page shows on a user's screen when they reach a page that doesn't exist on the website. This can happen when they reach a page that was deleted, clicking a broken link, or typing the wrong URL.
More than likely you've encountered a few humerous 404 pages in
How do I write SEO Friendly Content?
- The first step is to use a catchy title and use the keyword in the title. Make someone want to read the article.
- The second thing is use subheadings in your articles. Include relevant keywords in the subheadings, also known as an H2 or