SEO is a many-headed beast. From off-page elements to on-page elements, covering all aspects of SEO can easily become a Herculean task, especially when dealing with large websites. That is why a tool that crawls your website on a regular basis and brings back reports on what needs to be fixed is a must-have. What are the key features that you should look for in a web crawler?
The HTTP/2 protocol was published in 2015 with the aim of creating a faster, more secure Internet. Adoption has been gradual and is ongoing, but there are clear benefits for marketers who make the upgrade. So what exactly is HTTP/2 and how does it affect SEO?
Whether you’re a website owner or a website visitor, everyone wants a fast loading website which can carry out sensitive exchanges of information securely. In … read more
A slow site is a slow death for a brand. Whether you have a blog, an online storefront or anything else, your viewers need to able to form a positive impression fast. Here’s how to make sure your page load speed is up to scratch.
Google Search Console has benefited from some significant upgrades over the past decade. That said, it is still far from perfect and few would argue that it provides a complete package in its current guise. Therefore, Google’s recent announcement of some changes to the platform was very warmly received by the SEO community.
When choosing an ecommerce platform to power your online store, it’s important to consider search engine optimization (SEO) features in your decision-making process. Let’s take a look at five core features that your ecommerce platform needs to have, along with examples of platforms that offer each feature.
As the internet has become a more important part of our daily lives, our online experience has evolved and we prefer much more visual content. But visual content, and its associated massive file sizes, slows down websites. Here’s why SEOs shouldn’t overlook this as an issue, and what can be done about it.
Ever since Google made the announcement that HTTPS is a ranking signal, there has been a lot of discussion around that extra ‘s’. While there are clear benefits, there is also a lot of nervousness around actually making the switch. So is it really worth it?
Whether in an agency environment or inside a business, your SEO team is affected by where it’s placed within the organization. So what are the options for where you locate your SEO team?