1 min 15.02.2016

Infographic: Crawl, Index, Rank

Are your URLs being crawled, indexed and ranked? If not, find out the possible reasons with our infographic. Check it out now!

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4 min 04.02.2016

100,000 Users #Hooray

When we released our first beta version of OnPage.org in July of 2012, we did not dare to dream that there would be over 100,000 users successfully using our software somewhere along the line.

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6 min 02.02.2016

What is Indexable? - Report: Check if Web Content is Indexable

In this article, we explain in detail the features of Ryte's indexability report. The report gives you an overview of the indexable pages of your website.

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7 min 28.01.2016

SEO Horror Stories: What are the most common fundamental mistakes to avoid in 2016?

Nearly three months ago, to celebrate ‘Halloween’ in the best SEO way, I decided to start sharing some day-to-day SEO "horror" stories with the hashtag "#SEOhorrorStories".

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5 min 22.01.2016

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) – even faster mobile websites

Nowadays, speed is a decisive factor for Internet users. The amount of time that a page takes to load determines whether visitors stay on a website or not. In particular, the increasing use of mobile Internet calls for fast mobile websites.

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4 min 30.11.2015

Content Curation – A guideline for beginners

Content Curation is one of the most important and most popular strategies in Content Marketing and Social Media. In this post you will get to know how Content Curation works and how you can support your company’s brand development with it.

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4 min 17.11.2015

Bye Bye Doorway Pages - Google Tightens their Quality Guidelines

Google has adjusted its quality guidelines for doorway pages. Once again, a good decision for better search results. However, some questions remain unanswered: How does Google define doorway pages? What consequences does this announcement have for daily SEO work or for my website? Here are the answers!

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6 min 30.10.2015

Tips for Better Website Performance

With just a few changes you can increase your website performance. Exactly what those changes are, how you should ideally go about it, and what you should pay attention to has been condensed into four tips below.

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3 min 29.09.2015

New Google AdSense policies starting September

Google AdSense, the advertising service that was started in 2003 and that has over 40 million users, is currently sending emails to its publishers asking them to adapt their websites to the new policies before September 30th. This article will show you how you can make your website EU-compliant with just a few clicks.

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3 min 22.09.2015

Above the Fold – How to Build Websites Right

“Above the fold” is a term used to describe the area of a web page, which is visible to the user at first glance, without having to scroll. For years, site operators have been trying to position anything of importance, such as navigation, specific links and other important content at the top of the page.

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5 min 10.07.2015

4 OnPage Rules to Keep you in Line!!

When creating any webdocument, it's important to have a checklist of OnPage factors to make sure each webpage is optimised fully before making it live, so you can reap in the rewards from day one. Back to Basics.

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5 min 09.07.2015

Interview with a Google SpamFighter

Johannes Mehlem from Google's Search Quality team reveals to us what it takes to fight spam on a daily basis and shares practical advice for SEO savvy webmasters!

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2 min 07.07.2015

What, Where and How: Title Tag Optimization

The title tag is one of the most important factors in website optimization. This tutorial shows you step by step how you can optimize your title tags with the functions of OnPage.org successfully and sustainably.

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2 min 17.06.2015

What are Cookies?

“Cookies need to be enabled” – every Internet user has probably come across this phrase before. But what does it actually mean? What are Cookies? And what happens if I activate them or decide not to?

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2 min 11.06.2015

Google Panda Update in the Next Upcoming Weeks?

Gary Illyes announced at the SMX Advanced in Seattle that there will be a Panda update in the next couple of weeks.

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