It’s easy for business owners to get so wrapped up in keyword research that they forget the big picture of SEO, which is to get results. But what are the best ways to measure results, know you’re doing things right, and maintaining a positive brand image? Fortunately, there are several techniques that can help any […]
SEMrush and AHREFs are two of the prominent SEO research tools on the market. They’ve been around for years and both offer unique benefits, but both are not created equally when it comes to keyword research.
Shopify is the largest e-commerce content management platform in the United States, if not the world, so I take particular interest in how the CMS manages SEO with their native tools. Today I’ll go into detail how the Shopify system processes redirects.
Every company that has a blog or been around for many years has created content that’s now outdated, irrelevant, off-message or seemingly offers no value. So what does a company do with that content?
We recently received an email with the subject of “Improve discovery of [website] content in the Google Assistant”.
Your company is creating some type of short-term page — usually a campaign landing page or some lead generation form with 57 words of copy on the page — and they want to optimize that page for SEO.
Whether a redirection of one page or a complete migration from one domain to new URL, 301 redirects are needed to ensure that whatever SEO authority your page or website accumulated will be passed on to the “new” address.
Content has always been a large part of any successful SEO landing page, blog post or article, but despite it being around for as long as SEO has been, we only recently began understanding that the length of the content matters.
Noindex is a way for webmasters to tell Google and other search engines not to include that particular landing page or pages in their search results.
I’ve been doing SEO for almost as long as the industry has existed (um, a long time) and am always up to share my experience with friends or connections that are interested in creating a website or looking for tips on how to optimize for search engines.
In the last 24-36 hours, millions of webmasters received a message from Google Search Console (formerly Google Webmaster Tools), warning them that their websites will begin showing “security warnings” if they don’t make changes to their site by October 2017.
might be looking at your Google Analytics and seeing that Wikipedia is a large chunk of your referral traffic. That’s great news, but you can’t see which specific Wikipedia entry it came from.
Every few months or so, I get a question regarding why meta titles differs from how they’ve coded them on their landing page to what Google is displaying in their search results.
Effective SEO keyword research involves more than just 5-10 minutes and Google’s Keyword Planner. Most SEOs use varying tools to get to their final list of campaign keywords.
A recent Medium post titled “The Web We Need to Save” went viral. Though I found it to be a little annoying at points, it had some insightful thoughts about how the web has changed in the last decade.
As the webmaster of a couple websites, there’s been a few occasions where I woke up to see a post was shared out on Facebook, went viral and my website traffic spiked from it.
On my mobile phone, I recently highlighted some text in an article and a header with Google’s logo and the selected text popped up from the bottom of the screen.
Yesterday, I noticed one of my sites receiving a ton of referrer traffic from a Yahoo subdomain — hsrd.yahoo.com.
Recently, Expedia began inserting emojis at the beginning of some of their title tags to increase CTR.
With a coming Google algorithm change targeting “doorway pages”, I’ve been thinking about what exactly a doorway page looks like and how one would detected by the Big G.
Back in 2010, Google announced that webpage loading time was officially a factor in a their search algorithm.
In my experience, everyone wants SEO traffic and search engine visibility, but most companies don’t want to invest the time to do SEO correctly.
By default, hyperlinks come with underlines to help differentiate a link from regular text, but there are times when you don’t want the hyperlink to stand out, to create an HTML link with no underline
If you recently registered a new domain name at GoDaddy, you may have received an official sounding emails talking about “Search Engine Registration” or “Index Review Details”