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!
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.
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.
“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.
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.
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!
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.
“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?
Gary Illyes announced at the SMX Advanced in Seattle that there will be a Panda update in the next couple of weeks.
So far, there had been only two options for anyone who wanted to read an article online: Either visiting the website of the respective news portal or using one of the mobile apps. With the so-called Instant Articles, there is now a third option: Facebook.
A proper handling of the Canonical Tag is often difficult for webmasters. This guide points out errors and benefits regarding the use of Canonical Tags.
As of April 21st, the mobile-friendliness of a web page is considered an official ranking factor for Google. The search engine responded with this update on the development that more and more users use mobile devices to surf the internet
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