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October, 2018

  • 2 October

    8 Steps to Decrease Website Loading Time by 50%

    Website Loading

    Does your website give a common tree sloth delusions of speedy grandeur? Do visitors sit and pick belly button lint waiting for a page to load? This is more than a problem. The reality is that you won’t build an online space that attracts significant traffic unless you meet the standard of loading within a few seconds. That’s no joke. ...

August, 2018

  • 25 August

    Separating the Chaff from the Wheat: SEO Experts Versus Charlatans

    The world is full of charlatans. I don’t like writing that, but it’s true. As the old saying goes, fake it until you make it. Thing is, some people never make it. That’s certainly something I’ve seen over the course of my career in SEO and other fields. And it’s something every person looking to work with an SEO expert ...

July, 2018

  • 11 July

    Google Confirms: Too Many 5xx Errors Will Slow Down Your Website’s Crawl Rate

    Errors on your website are generally a bad thing – and while Google has always said that website errors aren’t a good thing – they’ve never specifically stated that those errors will play any role in your website’s crawl & indexing rates. However a recent question has gotten confirmation that 5xx errors will cause a slow down in your website’s crawling ...

  • 10 July

    Is My Website Indexed By Google Yet?

    The Internet moves really quickly – and these days nobody really wants to wait for anything. As such one of the first questions I hear from business owners in regards to their new websites is “How do I get my website onto Google?” The answer is extremely simple. All you need to do is setup Google Search Console – properly. ...

August, 2017

  • 10 August

    Introducing A New SEO Reporting Tool, Plus Some SEO Tips

    Search Engine Optimization is one of the most important tasks that any business can undertake. Called SEO for short,  optimization means making your website attractive for search engines. Search engines are designed with a very specific purpose: they want to find content that is relevant and beneficial to their users. Your goal then is to make your website, blog posts, ...

June, 2017

  • 28 June

    Google’s Multi-Billion Dollar Fine Bad News For Company, Good News For Everyone Else

    Google got hit with one of the largest fines in corporate history with the European Union demanding 2.42 billion euro (2.7 billion dollars). So what’s the cause? Google has been favoring its own “Google Shopping” service over other similar services, a practice which the EU has determined to be anti-competitive. These services allow users to quickly and easily find a ...

  • 17 June

    Google Promises to Give Webmasters Voice Search Analytics

    Those of you who follow me on Facebook probably saw my post a few days ago talking about the effects that voice search is having on the world of SEO. Fact is that voice search popularity is steadily increasing. Even Forbes has stated that 2017 is the year of voice search. As such you can be sure that the SEO ...

  • 6 June

    Internet Trends 2017 Report Shows Slowing Internet Growth

    The State of the Internet Trends Report for 2017 has been published, showcasing some pretty interesting information. Global smartphone growth is slowing, along with general Internet growth. Ad blocking is up to 18% for desktop users in USA and 24% in Canada. Voice search is up to 20% of mobile queries. China and India remain huge growth opportunities. 52% of AdWords ...

May, 2017

  • 15 May

    Your Quick & Easy SEO Checklist For Content & Websites

    Search engine optimization is vital for essentially every web page and website. While SEO is often treated like “rocket science”, and indeed there is a lot of expertise that goes into it, there are also steps that anyone can take to improve their search engine ranking. That’s why we put together this quick SEO checklist so you can audit your ...

  • 15 May

    Combining Your SEO & Inbound Content Into One Super-Successful Strategy

    When it comes to writing content for websites, writers often fall into two different camps: those who focus on Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and those who focus on in-bound content. Let’s be clear, both strategies are very important. SEO is vital for driving traffic to your website. Without optimizing your website for search engines, you’ll have to rely on intensive ...

April, 2017

  • 29 April

    Google Confirms: SSL Ranking Boost Won’t Be Getting Any Stronger

    Way back in 2014 Google announced the SSL ranking boost which gave a small ranking boost to all websites who switched over to HTTPS instead of HTTP. Since then talk about the SSL ranking boost has never really subsided – with people constantly looking to SSL as a quick way to increase their website rankings, and others constantly looking for ...

  • 14 April

    Google Confirms: Domain Name Age Doesn’t Affect Search Rankings

    The SEO community frequently talks about domain name age and debates it’s importance within the Google algorithm. As such it was inevitable that someone would finally ask John Mueller for an official answer, and John responded with his usual detailed reply: “no“. @_newsbulletin @methode no — John ?.o(???)o.? (@JohnMu) April 12, 2017 Check out more SEO confirmations from Google here.

  • 13 April

    Submit New URLs To Google Straight From The Search Results Page

    Remember the days when you would utilize various online services to submit your website to search engines? Thankfully this isn’t really required anymore and in-fact Google has made it easier than ever to submit your URL to them. Simply run a search for “submit to Google“, or anything similar. You will then be be shown a simple submission form at the ...

  • 4 April

    Top 5 Free SEO Tools For Bootstrapping Small Businesses in 2017

    The Internet is an immensely competitive place, and when it comes to Search Engines, the competition can be flat out fierce. Everyone wants to be at the top of Google and other search engines. It’s not an ego thing, it’s all about the cash money. As such, websites and companies are willing to invest huge sums into their SEO efforts. ...

March, 2017

  • 10 March

    Google Confirms: Quality Blog Comments Signify A Healthy Website

    It’s always great to hear a confirmation from Google that helps showcase a positive ranking signal – and Gary Illyes latest tweet essentially gives us just that: DYK quality comments can be a signal of a healthy website? pic.twitter.com/Yugh9AhBWz — Gary Illyes ?( ? )? (@methode) March 10, 2017 Comments on a blog have always seemed to help a website ...

February, 2017

  • 22 February

    Google Confirms: Don’t Use URL Fragments

    The SEO community has long known that URL fragments such as http://www.example.com/page.html#something cannot be properly crawled by Google. As such Googlebot will only see page.html, regardless of what content may be dynamically displayed via Ajax as part of the #something fragment. This was confirmed by Google’s John Mueller via a Twitter post early this morning: @ryansiddle No. I'd recommend moving away ...

  • 14 February

    Google Confirms: PageRank Is Still Being Used

    Google’s PageRank came about, as we know it anyway, has been around for almost two decades – and Google’s Gary Illyes recently reminded us that it’s still very much alive. In a “DidYouKnow” tweet he states “DYK that after 18 years we’re still using PageRank (and 100s of other signals) in ranking?“. Check out the tweet below: DYK that after 18 ...

January, 2017

  • 25 January

    DuckDuckGo Provided Over 4 Billion Search Results in 2016

    If you haven’t been paying much attention to DuckDuckGo as a webmaster – now is THE time to start. According to the latest statistics – DuckDuckGo has had 4 billion searches in 2016, and these numbers are set to only go up throughout 2017. In fact on January 10th of 2017 DuckDuckGo served up 14 million searches! Some all around awesome ...

November, 2016

  • 30 November

    Google & Bing Raise Sitemap File Size Limits to 50mb

    Google and Bing both announced today that they have raised the file size limits on their sitemaps from 10mb up to 50mb. The 50,000 URL limit hasn’t changed however. Here is an excerpt directly from the Sitemap.org protocol: You can provide multiple Sitemap files, but each Sitemap file that you provide must have no more than 50,000 URLs and must ...

  • 29 November

    Google Testing New Chat Feature For Business Listings

    Google has rolled out a brand new pilot program letting local businesses chat directly with their customers straight from their search result listing. Go look at your Google My Business dashboard right now, and imagine all of those people who were viewing your business on Google every month had the opportunity to chat with you. If this pilot goes well and ...

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