Search engine optimization is the backbone of any digital marketing strategy. From SEO basics to keyword research to link building, we’ll cover everything you need to know to craft an organic search strategy for your website.
Are you challenged by slow page load times? You can shorten the time it takes to load your page and possibly improve your Google search ranking by altering your .htaccess file.What is an .htaccess file?An .htaccess file is a file used on Apache webservers to configure the server software.
A content delivery network (CDN) definitely wins the SEO battle when it comes to page speed optimization techniques. Server location does matter a lot for search engine rankings and there are issues with internal web hosting. Plenty of discussions, how-to-guides and articles supporting CDN usage are already all over the Internet. So, let us not add one more to it.
No agency can guarantee you rankings or traffic, especially certain numbers or timelines. No one can predict Google rankings, algorithm updates, competitor activities and movements, or any of the other hundreds of factors that come into play with SEO. Here‘s how and why you should look out for bot traffic — especially if you’re paying a marketing agency expecting real, genuine traffic.
Failing to localize a website‘s content is one of the biggest mistakes that marketers make when launching into new international markets, and in this guide, we‘ll help you to understand how you should approach localization as well as when it makes sense to do so and the reasons why it‘s so important.
On last Wednesday’s #SEMrushchat, 20-year digital marketing veteran Sherry Bonelli discussed how brands can build a reputation with well-researched content, and in the process increase their visibility on search engines.