When you’re surfing the web, nothing is more annoying than a website that loads slowly. It’s also not a good sign for Google and, for shop operators, every millisecond more of loading time means losses in sales.
Conversion optimization is one of the biggest challenges facing online shop operators. It’s so much easier to organize and acquire visits to your shop than it is to get those visitors to also order in the shop.
If you cannot reach a website or if an image cannot be opened, there is a mistake somewhere. Error pages and "dead links" are a nuisance – for search engines and users.
How are rich snippets and "normal" snippets differentiated in the Google search results? How do I ensure that my web presence is evaluated through ratings, stars, photos, or other information?
Search engine optimization is continuous work and only ensures long-lasting success when many individual steps align. Even small errors can cause big problems in the SEO "gearbox".
Optimize your website! In our newest infographic, we have gathered together the most important factors for page speed optimization for you. This will allow you to consistently improve your website’s performance.
Crawling and indexing are two requirements for ensuring that your website is listed in the search results.
Alexa, the digital and personal voice assistant in Amazon Echo, has already been active in households and offices for several months even in this country.
Technological factors such as loading speed, or OnPage factors such as content and page titles probably jump to mind when you think of SEO. But your website’s colors can also be relevant for your SEO strategy.
Google currently receives 64,000 search inquiries worldwide per second. But to be honest, who didn’t kind of expect this number? The incredibly large amount of data that they must have to process...
In shop optimization, the conversion rate is usually the central KPI in focus. And it’s true that this key figure strongly influences the success of e-commerce.
Anyone wanting to build a website will sooner or later come across the term "robots.txt". This text file tells search engine crawlers which areas of a domain may be crawled and which may not.