SEO


SEO Title Tags - A Complete Guide


The importance of SEO cannot be stressed enough, or more precisely, the organic traffic that SEO brings.

The reasons are pretty simple. If you venture into an online business, SEO is there to enhance customer traffic and raise your reputation, giving you an advantage on the market.

But SEO is mathematics, and it has a proper way of doing things, which includes various technical details. One of those details is title tags.

So, the question then follows - why are title tags so crucial for building your SEO?

First things first, if you didn’t know by now, you should learn what title tags are and what’s their primary function. Title tags are coded HTML tags that involve selecting a specific title for a website. The location of the title tag is always on the title bar of the selected browser and the Search Engine Result Page, or in short - the SERP.

This was a simple explanation of what precisely SEO title tags are. We’re going to discuss the significance of title tags for organic SEO traffic in-depth.

What are SEO friendly URLs? - SEO Basics


SEO practices change and evolve - this is no secret. So, when it comes to URLs, they usually aren’t a top priority for ranking high.

But do URLs matter for SEO in the long run?

Yes!

This element might be less significant than titles, headings, and keywords, but it plays a vital role in helping your website rank high. Therefore, excluding URLs from your SEO strategy could cost your website to perform poorly. URLs help browsers and crawlers access and shine a light on your webpages, so their structure and the overall site architecture are vital for SEO.

There are multiple ways to structure your URLs, and they will help in complementing your SEO strategy. That’s why we’ll be going over the basics to show you how you can structure your URLs and help your website rank higher.

What is SEO? The Comprehensive Business Guide


Today, the use of digital marketing tactics is in full swing - and SEO is leading the pack. There are thousands of enterprises that implement SEO techniques into their websites, all to maintain an active online presence - and scale their business.

But, what is SEO and just how relevant is it to your online business?

In short - far more than you might have anticipated. In long - below is a detailed overview of all-things SEO and how a properly implemented SEO strategy can land your business on Google’s first page.

SEO Optimization for WordPress


WordPress is an excellent CRM-designed platform to help you optimize your content for SEO.

It's packed with up-to-the-minute tools that help users build, structure, and publish content while maintaining SEO.

But, building a site on WordPress alone won't put you on the top of search engines. There are many things you need to take into consideration if you want your website to rank high and boost relevant content for your audience.

In other words, when WordPress gives you the opportunity - you have to seize it.

To help you with this, we've curated the most effective tips for WordPress SEO. If you're ready to put in the work and bring your pages to the first page then let's get right into it.

SEO Trends - Part 7


After chasing after content, this month’s SEO trends roundup is finally here.

While compiling this roundup, I was really happy to discover some big-picture strategies that can help you integrate your SEO into an overall marketing strategy and some out-of-the-box thinking that can exponentially increase the value of your site, all while dispelling a myth or two.

In this post you’ll find:
  • How Customer Journey mapping can effectively help you understand the "conversation your prospects have with Google” so that you can easily see what intents you have overlooked
  • A profound paradigm shift that’ll help you avoid sudden traffic losses when Google updates its algorithms by treating your site as its own search engine
  • What Google updating their Quality Raters Guide means to your SEO, what you should do about it and what myths you should avoid

Title Tag Optimization - How to Deal With Google Changing Your Titles


Google’s latest page title update has caused a storm in the SEO community. I’ve seen SEOs claim that the changes to their titles have dramatically impacted their client’s click-through rates.

This means knowing what exact changes are happening to your titles in search is crucial to your success as an SEO.

In this post, I’ll explain what Google changed with this update. I’ll also show you how your keyword rank tracking software can show you:
  • All the changes Google is making to your page titles and descriptions
  • How to see if title changes affect your CTRs
  • If there is any impact on your rankings

How to do SERP Analysis


There is no question, search engines are becoming more and more intelligent with every passing day.

This means optimizing content needs an intelligent approach.

Today, when you do keyword research, you have to do much more than find a keyword with some search volume. You have to also go through a thorough analysis to understand how to rank your content.

How do you do that?

SERP analysis.

In this post, I’ll show you how to easily find big insights just by eyeballing the SERPs. I’ll also show you how your rank tracking software can take your SERP analysis to a new level.

How to Migrate a WordPress Site to Gatsby Without Losing SEO Quality


Migrating a WordPress site to a different provider might seem like a handful but more and more blogs are derailing from what used to be the most popular content management system online. As new technology begins to grow, so do the options, and in recent years, WordPress has faced its fair share of competitors, the most promising of which is Gatsby.

Whilst operating in a relatively similar fashion, there are various reasons why many site owners prefer Gatsby to WordPress.

From functionality and service to the quality of performance and available perks, here is a closer look at both WordPress and Gatsby, followed by a detailed guide on how to safely migrate a WordPress-based site to the Gatsby framework without losing SEO quality in the process.

SEO Trends for 2021 - Part Five


In this month’s SEO Trends for 2021, we take a look at one of the most important elements in SEO. In fact, this factor might be more important than all the others.

And that factor is quality.

The reason quality is so important is that quality content is the lifeblood of any search engine. Without it, our user experience would be terrible.

And if the user experience isn’t good, the search engine won’t attract any users.

What’s more, we’ll also discover that site speed and how users interact with your site is rapidly becoming an important part of SEO in general.

In this post you’ll find:
  • How focusing on serving Google users will help you create content that search engines love (rather than chasing after the latest Google updates)
  • Why improving your page authority will give you an edge over your competitors in the crowded SEO market
  • How even though Core Web Vitals metrics are important, they should always be balanced by a good user experience

What is SEO and SEM?


SEO vs SEM. Which is better and why.

Now, before we let them fight it out, perhaps I should mention that SEM and SEO can and in many cases should work together in harmony.

In reality, they are two different sides to the search engine marketing coin but the implementation of each one is completely different.

In this post, I’ll get into:
  • What’s the difference between SEO and SEM?
  • What are the benefits of each?
  • What are the best applications for each?

SEO Trends for 2021- Part Four


In this month’s SEO Trends for 2021, we take a deep dive into the human side of SEO.

Yes, as SEOs we all love optimizing pages, applying canonical tags, and trying to figure out the latest algorithms. But, we should never lose sight of the fact that SEO is a form of marketing.

And…

As marketers, we are marketing to people.


People buy your products. People use your services.

So, to help you out...

In this post you will find:
  • Three sound strategies to help you keep control of your organic traffic as Google becomes more competitive
  • How listening to your audience can substantially boost your SEO results
  • How focusing too much on Google algorithms might hurt your SEO in the long run

SERP Data - 6 Types of Data to Help Your SEO


Did you know that search engine results pages are more than just a ladder to climb?

They can give us much more than just a ranking number and are a regular feature in discussions.

But why are SERPs so important?

And what types of data can you gather from the SERPs that can help your SEO?

In this post, I'll show you six ways that SERP analysis can help you create content with higher ranking potential that can better satisfy the user intent.



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