Category: SEO

Why doesn’t Google index my content properly?

Before Google can rank your content, it needs to discover it, be permitted and able to evaluate it, and index it. If any of these processes go wrong, you might find that your pages don’t show up in the search results. Most of the time, you can rely on Google to correctly index your content, all by itself. […]

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SEO tasks: Creation and prioritization

It can be daunting to start in search engine optimization, I can imagine. There’s so much to do, ranging from the more technical SEO tasks to more general SEO tasks and content optimization. I can create a list for your website, or for your online shop, but you might find it hard to decide where to […]

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Do outbound links matter for SEO?

In our plugin, we have a check for outbound links. Is there an outbound link on your post or page? And in case there isn’t one, please add an outbound link to your content! Why do we insist on adding a link like that? Isn’t it true that you should get links to your website, and […]

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How to measure the success of your content SEO strategy?

If you want to measure the success of your content SEO strategy, you first need to establish what your goals are. What’s the purpose of your content SEO strategy? Do you want higher rankings? More traffic? In order to evaluate your Content SEO strategy, you should identify what success means to you! Once you’ve established […]

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SEO basics: What is off-page SEO?

Off-page SEO is about everything that doesn’t happen directly on your website. Optimizing your website is called on-page SEO and includes things like site structure, content and speed optimizations. Off-page SEO is about, among other things, link building, social media and local SEO. Or in other words, generating traffic to your site and making your […]

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No More FAQs: Create Purposeful Information for a More Effective User Experience

It’s normal for your website users to have recurring questions and need quick access to specific information to complete … whatever it is they came looking for. Many companies still opt for the ubiquitous FAQ (frequently asked/anticipated questions) fo…

The beginner’s guide to – the NEW – Google Search Console

Do you have your own website or maintain the website of the company you work for? Of course, to do this right, you need to keep a keen eye on the performance of your website. Google offers several tools to collect and analyze data of your website. You probably have heard of Google Analytics and […]

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Web Designer 101: What Belongs Into the HTML Head?

The HTML head is an important component of every HTML document. It’s where the title is defined, and where JavaScript and CSS files are integrated. However, the “<head>” element has gained even more significance over the past years. The integration of other web services like search engines and social networks also takes place here. The…

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8 Sites That Work Just Fine Without JS, Thank You

Too many developers rely on JavaScript as an essential resource. We look at a range of sites that are modern, interactive, and feature great UX, without the need of JavaScript.