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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
The robots.txt file instructs search engines how to crawl your site. In this article, we explain the most common errors, and how you can avoid them.
We’ve got it: the ultimate checklist for your website’s OnPage optimization. These pro tips will help you improve your webpage’s quality substantially.
In mid-April, Google sent a warning email to operators of websites on which unnatural, deceptive, or manipulative outbound links had been detected.
Google had previously pinpointed that the PageRank status does not affect a website’s ranking. Following its official removal, this green status bar will now be a thing of the past.
It’s hard to believe – but 2016 is already well over 2 months old. Right at the outset, Google drew our attention to several changes and updates.
Every week in our OnPage’s Eleven series, a different superhero tells you about a new feature of our new OnPage.org version. In the previous article, Merlin explained how to use the innovative PDF exports.
Are your URLs being crawled, indexed and ranked? If not, find out the possible reasons with our infographic. Check it out now!
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.