One of the most common complaints we hear from customers is that their site is slow. Either customers are complaining, the client is having trouble using it in-house, or they’ve heard that speeding it up can help with SEO. All of these are great reasons to consider working on making your site faster. In case […]
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It’s almost a brand new year – 2015 starts TOMORROW. Can you believe it? Like me, you probably have your own New Year’s resolutions. Maybe you want to quit smoking, lose weight, or spend more time with your family. January has always been a time to make new goals. But what about your website? It […]
Update January 19, 2015: It appears that Google may be ready to launch the mobile ranking algorithm, according to Search Engine Land and Web Pro news. In case you needed just one more reason to make your website display well on phones and tablets, Google has now begun to identify sites in their listings as […]
Did you know that Google recently announced that it would be giving sites a small boost in their SEO for SSL-enabled pages? Their goal is to create a more secure environment on the Internet, so they’ve decided to incentivize websites for proactively taking this step. Over at Search Engine Land, Barry Schwartz offers some guidelines […]
Search engine optimization (SEO) is a complicated process, especially for e-commerce sites. But getting the basics in place, if you don’t already have them, will provide a big boost right off the bat. And on-page SEO is often much easier and has faster results than off-page tasks such as link building. If you’re just launching or you’ve not […]
I bet you’re looking to stand out in the search engines. Right? Of course, we all are. Especially e-commerce sites, whose business often is so completely tied to search engine traffic. Although we usually focus on getting our pages ranked higher, it’s also important to make those listings enticing enough that people want to click […]
Google recently made two important updates to its search algorithm, know as the “Farmer” and “Panda” updates in the SEO world. The main goal was to weed out low-quality sites, particularly those known as “content farms” – sites that churn out hundreds or thousands of pages with short, unresearched articles.