Technical SEO Facts For Beginners

It’s no secret that with SEO, content is king. However there more to good SEO than just having good, unique content. Technical SEO is exciting and requires excellent problem-solving skills and critical thinking. This article will cover some technical SEO facts that every beginner should know. There’s no in-depth technical how-to information here, just some […]

March 7, 2021


What Are WordPress Permalinks And Which Should You Use

So it’s come to my attention that I’ve been neglecting my blog lately. So it’s Friday night, the misses is in the bath and the kids are in bed… so what better time to start talking about WordPress Permalinks? You’ve probably noticed that websites structure their URL’s in specific ways. Some use random strings of […]

February 9, 2019


3 Awesome Services to Test Your Site Loading Speed

So you’ve built the perfect website. It looks amazing, has awesome content and is super user friendly. Would it surprise you to learn that none of that is going to matter if your site takes forever to load. It’s very likely that the people who would have looked at your site and gone ‘wow’ will […]

July 17, 2018


How to properly delete a page from your site

When you delete a page (or post) from your site, you delete one or more URLs too. That old URL, when visited, will usually return a 404 not found error. But is that what you wanted? Maybe that page should be redirected somewhere. If not, and you deliberately deleted that content, serving a 410 header […]

December 12, 2017


HTTP 503: Handling site maintenance correctly for SEO

Sometimes, your site will need some downtime, so you can fix things or update plugins. Most of the time, this tends to be a relatively short period in which Google will most likely not attempt to crawl your website. However, in the case that you need more time to get things fixed, chances are much […]

December 10, 2017


Basic SEO: What is Googlebot?

Whenever I think of Googlebot, I see a cute, smart Wall-E like robot speeding off on a quest to find and index knowledge in all corners of yet unknown worlds. It’s always slightly disappointing to be reminded that Googlebot is ‘only’ a computer program written by Google that crawls the web and adds pages to […]

December 8, 2017


Basic SEO: How to improve your mobile site

Here’s he thing: your site should be mobile-friendly. In fact, this might just be your number one priority. If you want to improve your mobile SEO, you have to improve the performance of your site, plus you have to make sure that it offers users an excellent mobile experience. In this SEO basics article, you’ll […]

March 20, 2017


Which redirect should I use?

As an SEO or site owner, you are bound to run into redirects. Whenever you delete a page, change your URL structure or switch to a new domain, you are going to have to redirect your URLs. You have to tell search engine robots that there has been a change in your URLs and that […]

March 15, 2017


Google gives SEO tips on how to handle day-long site closures

Need to turn off your website for a period of time, but worry your Google rankings will drop? Here are some tips from Google’s John Mueller on how to handle it. John Mueller, a Webmaster Trends Analyst at Google, wrote a blog post explaining how SEOs and webmasters can handle site outages or closures that […]

March 13, 2017

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