Posted by randfish Friends and fellow SEOs, I just need a few minutes of your time. This is gonna be short and sweet. If you’re optimizing a page to rank well for a keyword or set of keywords, you probably use some sort of checklist to make sure you’re doing the right things. That might […]
It’s been over 5 years since Google rolled out its first version of the Panda algorithm and there still are many myths doing the rounds. This post focuses on four such myths that are still unclear and tries to clear doubts, if any. The post 4 Myths About Google Panda That Are Still Doing the […]
Posted by MatthewBarby [Estimated read time: 10 minutes] The traditional ways of measuring the success or failure of content are broken. We can’t just rely on metrics like the number of pageviews/visits or bounce rate to determine whether what we’re creating has performed well. “The primary thing we look for with news is impact, not […]
Find and compress heavy images Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test will help you find images that are slowing down page load. Compress the originals in photo editing software (a hack job can be done with a combination of Word and Paint if necessary) and upload back into the CMS. Remember that image libraries can often slow sites […]
Learn 10 Google Analytics Features/ Reports that you may not be using to generate insights for your website or online store. The post 10 Things You Are Not Doing in Google Analytics by @bonirulzz appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Google has been advising webmasters against publishing thin content for years. In fact, the famous/infamous Panda update was designed to weed thin content out of the high rankings of Google’s search results. Obviously that hasn’t completely deterred websites from producing it. Do you think the Panda update has done its job well? Let us know […]