As a web developer, it’s my job to find a balance between the overall speed of the site and it’s features. Yes in a perfect world you don’t have to make any sacrifices and you
I use Google Maps ALL the time! Whenever I’m driving I try to make a point of turning it on. Why? Well there’s a few reasons, like traffic and speed traps (love this feature BTW)!
What does it mean to write for intent? The definition helps a little bit, but when you’re writing your website content you have to consider the intent of the user. What’s the purpose of their
I’m constantly researching ways to increase traffic to my clients’ sites. However, I don’t want traffic that is just going to increase my bounce rate, I want legitimate clicks that are targeted to the specific
What does that even mean? I thought my website was for people!?! So now I’m supposed to “optimize” my site for “robots”?! What gives!?! I know, it seems a little strange, and it’s changed a
I see this question ALL THE TIME! The answer is simple. As soon as it’s added to the index. That doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be listed for any specific keyword searches though. There isn’t a
When most people think about SEO they think about stuffing keywords on specific pages so the world knows that this page is meant for people searching “this” term. Well, there’s a couple problems with that,
Listening to peoples stories about how their livelihood has been destroyed by an algorithmic update from Google is pretty sad. Yes, some of them are probably snake-oil salesmen however, many more have legit companies and
I feel like I’m always preaching that you should build a business that doesn’t rely solely on Google. Who wants to be at the mercy of an algorithm? Yeah, I know that can be easier
As I’m writing this there are all sorts of posts, topics, rants etc around the search engine community about “My rank died”, “Sudden traffic drop”, “The medic update killed my site”, etc, etc, ad nauseam.