Recent core updates, both small and large, have made SEOs clamor for a solution or a fix to the negative effects of the update to their websites. Different theories and hypotheses have been rampant in the SEO industry on how to properly “fix” a website that has been hit by the core updates. This led to Google repeatedly stating that there are no fixes to websites that have been hit by the core updates. But recently, they gave advice on how your site can recover from the core update. Let’s find out.
Here’s the formula: the longer your page’s word count is, the more chances it has to be successful in search. That’s a common belief or statement in the SEO industry. That might have been true 2 to 3 years ago, but does it still hold effective up to today – amidst all the confirmed and unconfirmed algorithm updates rolled out by Google?
SEO is not just a race to the number one spot anymore. Nowadays, you have to be quick on your feet to try strategies like Featured Snippet Optimization. Featured Snippets (also known as Rank Zero) are taking over. According to a study by Ahrefs in 2017, keywords with Featured Snippets are taking 8.6% of all clicks while 19.6% percent goes to the organic search result that is ranking at number 1. This can help you drive a load of traffic to your site without churning out new content or backlinks.
Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages Project has been one of the biggest factors in the push for websites to commit to mobile optimization since its release in 2016. With mobile gradually becoming the dominant internet platform, the need to improve the user experience for its users has become a standard mobile SEO practice.
SEO has thought us many lessons over the past few years, and one of them is to optimize everything in a site. Rankings can rise or fall on a drop of a hat and fixing up every detail would ensure that your site would be able to keep steady or recover quickly from any algorithm update or ranking fluctuation.
One of the most common issues that you can find on any website is error pages. This can occur for various reasons, such as servers getting bogged down due to high traffic, also known as a 500 Error, or page requests that cannot be found in your website, which is a 404 Error.
With 2018 coming to a close, we would like to greet everyone a happy new year. The previous year was a year of tremendous growth on our part, expanding the team, making new business connections, and creating new processes that optimize the way we do SEO. Looking back, this has been a very important year, as we have taken numerous steps forward that would prove to be very beneficial in the future.
The SEO industry has been continuously growing over the past few years, and with more in store for 2019, it is worth looking into what can happen as 2019 progresses. Here are some articles that would help you get started.
Video content has become one of the most important forms of media across the internet. With social media and video streaming sites being visited by millions of people on a regular basis, it is best to create better quality content that would generate the best amount of traffic. This article contains some of the best tips and strategies to create the best video content for 2019.
2018 has been a year for new trends and strategies in the field of SEO. With some of these updates allowing us to become better and more efficient, we expect 2019 to be no less different, as search engines and SEO tools would be constantly improved and optimized to ensure that search grows and becomes much better this coming 2019.
2019 surely promises to become an even bigger year for SEO, and we are looking forward to making search more accessible and efficient. With that said, we are truly looking forward to continuing our quality service!
When it comes to looking for quality in websites, the very first thing that you would need to check is their content. The quality of your content affects numerous factors that will determine the amount of traffic, along searchability and the trustworthiness of the content. For the latter, Google’s E.A.T. allows the search engine to measure how effective and informative the content is.
The challenge for webmasters everywhere is to accurately know what GoogleBot is doing on your website. GoogleBot’s primary job whenever they enter a website is to crawl a specific number of pages set by the website’s crawl budget. After crawling, they save the pages they crawled to Google’s database.