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!
Whether you’re new to search engine optimization or just need a quick refresher, this beginners guide will bring you up to speed. This article provides an overview of fundamental SEO topics, in plain language, and recommends key industry tools to help you get started.
Prefetching, preloading and prerendering of external sources are a great way to ensure fast loading times, as the content is loaded in advance of the user clicking.
Images are one of the biggest culprits of slow loading teams for websites, which have a negative effect on user experience. To ensure better loading times and better usability, make sure your image files are reduced in size.
Great usability is the key to your website's success - the better the usability, the longer users will spend on your website. Read on to find out the 23 usability basics.
Relaunching your website from a SEO perspective is an exciting task, but one with a big risk of losing traffic and rankings. In this article, we explain how to survive a relaunch without causing substantial damage to your website performance.
Slow loading times are the number one conversion killer! In this article, we introduce six tools that can help you optimize your page speed.
Make it easy for Google to crawl your website to ensure efficient crawling and faster indexing.
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For a long time, webmasters viewed an SSL encryption as simply nice to have. However, it offers more advantages than you might think.
In this article you‘ll find out why 404 error pages are important, and how you can configure them on your website.
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