There are a lot of tools out there to help you with your on-page SEO. We use many of these tools here. But there’s one tool that gives you the ability to see what Google sees in terms of keyword rankings ...Continue Reading →
Think of the core signals listed in Part One as the broad picture signals of what it takes to get your website to rank: relevancy, popularity, authority, and technical SEO. Within each signal, there are smaller factors that provide an opportunity to vastly improve your website. Part Two below will get into the nitty-gritty details of what it takes to rank.
Cleaning up the on-page issues of the website is probably the best place to ...Continue Reading →
On February 15, 2018, Google added a feature to the Chrome browser that allows users to block especially disruptive and annoying advertisements from websites. The intent of Google’s ad blocking software is to improve the user experience, keeping users from having to deal with intrusive and frustrating advertisements while they are online. Though the concept of comprehensive ad blocking is appealing, the reality has raised some serious concerns for other businesses. Google’s continuously growing power over online ad revenue is ...Continue Reading →