Technical SEO can be a real pain for non-techies or anyone without prior programming background. But technical SEO is absolutely essential to rank well on search engines and protects you from getting hit with a Google penalty.
More importantly, it helps ensure Google can find and crawl your website. This is fundamental to your website being found – search visibility. In the post, I’ll show you 6 easy Technical SEO tips to boost your website’s search visibility.
To improve is to change and to attain perfection is to change often. Winston Churchill
Technology keeps changing and upgrading. So, if you want to be on top of your game, it’s very important to do the same. As you explore and learn about developing and design, you embark on an adventure that could be both exciting and confusing. Nonetheless, if you are here, keep moving forward!
A picture could really be worth a thousand words and that’s completely up to you.
Let’s say you visit a website and you read the first two sentences. Then you read the next two. You are way into two paragraphs when you realize that there are more words, so you scroll down and there is not one image in the entire post. What do you do? You close the site and go somewhere else.
Snapshots Of The Finest Times: Life is a roller coaster with no restraints and a lot of corkscrew loop-the-loops. You’ve got to hang on! It’ll be a fun ride, but sometimes it might get dangerous, and, other times – downright painful. Nonetheless, remembering the good keeps us going, and pictures represent an excellent way to revive our favorite memories. When the valley seems to never end, through pictures we bring back the moments when we felt on top of the world.
Sometimes we get busy writing code or doing customer support and we forget to sit back, breathe and do a roundup of what has happened since the last time we breathed, sat back and did a roundup of what has happened 🙂
It does feel like a lot has happened and when we look back we are extremely appreciative to you, the person reading this blog post, our clients, partners and everybody that allowed our work to bring a positive impact to theirs.
Fonts are not something most people consider very often, although they are a critical element of typesetting to ensure readability. There are certain fonts that are more standard for certain types of documents, while in other cases there is a bit more flexibility. Personal preference also plays a significant part. What follows is a font recommendations guide depending on the type of document you are creating and some basic, useful information about fonts in general.
As WordPress is powering millions of websites all over the world, it has become the leading CMS platform. While we all love WordPress for its rich feature set, flexibility, versatility and user-friendly attributes, the platform comes with a few common design pitfalls that web developers should be aware of.
Here are some of the hidden difficulties that developers and designers should consider when working with WordPress:
So, you have finally decided to start blogging. Yayyyyy! You are excited and pumped. The endless possibilities lie ahead. But…so does a quagmire of problems. You wonder instantly, where will I start? You do not know of anything at this stage, but that’s not a point worth scratching your head over. Everyone who went on to make hugely successful blogs, also did not have any idea, they started from scratch. The bloggers at a website designing firm were at loggerheads when they started out. They had to learn all the basics from trial and error. But that is what we are here for, so you don’t have to go through the same process all over again.
From 2016 onwards, mobile traffic surpassed desktop traffic for the first time in internet history. And it has only continued to do so from then onwards. For this reason, Google announced its intention to implement a new mobile-first indexing process when it comes to its search results. Doing so, they stated, would make searches much more relevant for the growing majority audience of mobile users, rather than minority desktop users.
A shocking number of sites are barely optimized for desktop, let alone mobile. Which is why, when Google’s mobile index rollout hits fully, many small businesses may be surprised to find a sharp decline in traffic and SERP positioning. However, pre-emptive optimization now could prevent this from happening and may even improve your websites standing. Especially if this is a change you are making and your competitors are failing to do so, leaving you one step ahead.
With that in mind, what is mobile first exactly and why is it so important that you optimize your WordPress website to meet these changes from Google?