Improve your website's page speed and user experience by learning how to leverage browser caching with htaccess or plugins.
The start of a new year can be the perfect time for us to overcome bad habits and gain positive changes we’ve been hoping to carry out for a while. However, these ambitious “New Year's Resolutions” can be hard to commit to and often end up discarded come mid-January.
Configuring an htaccess file can seem a tedious task especially if you’re not familiar with it. And in all honesty, if you’re not familiar with it you should tread carefully as you can bring a whole website down quite easily with entering a wrong rule or even just a wrong character out of place. Not trying to scare, just stating a fact. In this article, we shall focus on how an SEO can benefit from it in a somewhat safe manner. After all, it is quite a handy little file for many things and I’ll inform you of a few common use cases for it.
Learn how to use Google SERP features to recapture lost organic search traffic in the increasingly competitive SERP environment.
HTTP/2 can significantly improve your website’s page speed because it allows browsers to simultaneously process multiple requests over the same connection. In this article, learn how you can easily improve your site’s load speed with HTTP/2.
One of the topics that has received a lot of attention in SEO in recent months is the question of how to deal with the Noindex directive in the robots.txt. Many SEOs use noindex for crawling and indexing control, but this will soon be a thing of the past.
When you’re on the internet, nothing is more annoying than a website that loads slowly. A slow loading website also gives negative indicators to Google, and for online shops in particular, every extra second of loading means losses in sales.
Have you launched your first website and are now waiting for your site to rank in the search results? Maybe you’ve heard that you have to do "SEO" in order rank but you’re not quite sure where to begin. This article will help you get started with SEO by showing you how to optimize for the most important SEO basics with Ryte.
Once upon a time, in a land far away, there was a magical kingdom called Internet. Internet was home to the ancient family of Webmasters. The youngest member of the clan, Patrick O’Webmaster, was very ambitious.
A technical SEO audit involves checking the technical aspects of your website. Find out in this article how you can easily carry out an SEO audit.
As soon as a website is online, every time the server is accessed is recorded in log files. The more visitors to your website, the more data you can evaluate with the help of a log file analysis. In this article, we explain how this works, advantages of log file analysis, and what you need to pay attention to.