What better way to spend the post-Christmas period than reading up on the trends for the new year. What will happen to SEO 2019? What trends will there be? Which strategy should I use?
2017 and 2018 have seen a plethora of changes and upheavals in our profession as SEO experts. Content must be more and more detailed and relevant, site architecture must be as good as possible to answer the many questions that a user may have, and websites have to be technically flawless.
5 steps to make your BRAND NEW site rank by ex-Googler Kaspar Szymanski .
Summer is slowly drawing to a close, which means it’s now time to turn your attention to the next big events that are coming up! You might think it’s too early to be thinking about Christmas, but we don’t. Now is the right time to be getting your website ready for the big influx of Christmas shoppers.
Redirects are an everyday occurrence in website optimization. They ensure that a URL is redirected to another URL when it is accessed with a browser.
Ryte and Hubspot have teamed up to create the ultimate, free SEO Audit Kit including an SEO Audit Guide, SEO Audit Checklist and On-Page SEO Template.
The less time it takes for your website to load a page, the better. Page speed is not only a ranking factor, it is also crucial for a positive user experience and for your conversion rate.
If you regularly surf the internet, you'll find that not all websites always work smoothly. It’s common to come across 404 error messages, as the server issues a 404 status code if pages are not found.
Image optimization for SEO is something that no webmaster or SEO manager should ignore. Appearing in Google's image search can bring valuable traffic to websites.
Chrome 68 will start displaying a "Not Secure" warning for any webpage that isn’t secure. Learn why Google is making this update and get the essential information to prepare for the change.
A one pager is a great way of conveying detailed content. You should have a clear idea in advance of what they are best used for and how they are built. Here is some advice.
On April 9, 2010, Google announced on the Webmaster Central blog that page speed would become a ranking factor. Since then, webmasters and search engine optimizers have been interested in getting rid of unnecessary pounds!