Now I know what you’re thinking: Do you seriously expect me to believe that Google now has an Artificial Intelligence writing up their featured snippets for desktop? Yes, it’s really true and it’s happening NOW.
Blogs are the best way to create content, in my opinion. You can write whatever you can think of and chances are there’s going to be a market for your thoughts. Some people have made a living out of writing about video games, others at writing guides for SEO and the like. The thing is, not everyone enjoys reading so how do you up the ante and make your blog more visually appealing to a broad audience?
Progressive web apps are one of the more interesting technology concepts to surface in late 2015. Developed by Google, the idea is to create an enhanced website that features app-like qualities.
In terms of progress, SEO is one of the most influential marketing channels in the world. The reason being is that SEO is one of most progressive fields in terms of innovation and updates. Google regularly makes changes to their algorithm to make SEO more rewarding for website owners or to weed out the black hat SEO practitioners. The fact of the matter is that 10 years ago, SEO was a very different game but the players are still the same.
Google solidified its position as THE authority in SEO around 10 years ago during the early 2000s so let’s take a look at how it has changed through the years and ask ourselves: Are the changes good and can are these changes still applicable today? Let’s find out.
When it comes to SEO and trying to improve the optimisation of a website, server header status codes should not be overlooked. They can both improve and severely damage your onsite SEO. Therefore it’s vital that search engine optimisers understand how they work and how they can be interpreted by search engines like Google and Bing.