5 min 17.06.2016

Handling of the new top-level domains in the Google search

New top-level domains (TLDs) are currently on everyone’s minds. Many webmasters and companies are already using .travel or .business domain endings for their online marketing strategies. But are there any differences in how these new domains are handled in search engines compared to old domains (.com, .net., etc.)?

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5 min 13.06.2016

SSL and SEO – Do the two always go hand in hand?

SSL encryption was made a ranking factor in Google over two years ago. Nonetheless, the security protocol is mainly used by shop operators and security experts.

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11 min 08.06.2016

WordPress SEO – How to optimize your WordPress for Google

WordPress is the most commonly used CMS on the market. A few optimization measures are all you need in order to get the most out of your content and make your website ideal for Google rankings.

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1 min 06.06.2016

Infographic: 10 tips for your successful website relaunch

From exact planning, to tracking, to detailed monitoring – our latest infographic helps you step by step on your way to the perfect website relaunch.

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7 min 01.06.2016

SEO for Agencies - 5 Reports to Simplify Daily Activities in Your Agency

The road to success often means huge workloads for both agencies and clients. Ryte's reports can greatly simplify daily life in your agency, making tasks quicker, easier and more efficient.

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3 min 30.05.2016

Rich Cards – The new evolution stage of Google SERPs?

On May 17th, 2016, Google introduced Rich Cards via the Webmaster Central. These are new SERP extensions that are an enhancement of Rich Snippets, which basically aim to improve the search experience for mobile search results.

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3 min 25.05.2016

Google is testing longer snippets - More space for titles and descriptions

Since early May 2016, Google has been experimenting on the display of search snippets in its SERPs. Here, the search engine is alternately displaying longer titles and descriptions in its search results.

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8 min 23.05.2016

Click me! - These snippet tips will win you even more readers

As online marketers, we are always busy crafting amazing posts for both ourselves and our customers. This often leaves us little time and room for advertising on Google, Facebook, and other platforms.

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4 min 20.05.2016

Google Analytics Autotrack

Google introduced a new function on Google Analytics in mid-February: Autotrack. This article shows for whom this function is suited and how Autotrack can be integrated into the website.

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2 min 18.05.2016

Google Mobile Update - the screws are being tightened

Last year, Google caused a turmoil among webmasters all over the world with its mobile update. The rollout, which was termed "Mobilegeddon", and the ranking changes associated with it had been awaited reverently by the entire SEO scene.

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4 min 13.05.2016

Neuroscience findings and methods – from the laboratory to the world

What happens when we walk on the roadside, have a lively conversation with a friend and a car drives past on the street in the background?

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1 min 11.05.2016

Infographic: Let's fix the web

These days, many websites are too big, partially user-unfriendly and require an unnecessarily high development effort. Microsoft and OnPage.org determined some interesting facts about the web in 2016. See the results in this infographic.

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2 min 06.05.2016

Google: We prefer short URLs

In one of the Google Webmasters Hangouts, Google’s John Mueller made an interesting remark regarding URL lengths. This article tells you more about URL lengths and how you can identify URLs that are too long.

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9 min 04.05.2016

The Google Quality Rater Guidelines

Since they’re going to be leaked at some point anyway, we can just go ahead and publish them. – that is probably what drove Google to officially publish its Quality Rater Guidelines.

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4 min 29.04.2016

Scroll Tracking Analysis using Google Analytics

Scroll tracking gives you vital insights into user behavior on your website. Determining and analyzing user behavior on a website and using this knowledge for your online success is an important part of online marketing.

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