SEOP Blog Team @ December 2, 2013 # No Comment Yet
When optimizing your entire website for search engines, it’s not just about making sure your home page makes it to the first page of search results. The other pages that make up your website matter, too. Whether your business offers only one product or service, or a multitude of them, it’s important to know how to make sure all your pages are indexed and can be picked up by search engines.
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SEOP Blog Team @ November 19, 2013 # No Comment Yet
Earlier this year, we talked about making your website more SEO-friendly through the use of responsive website design (RWD). In a nutshell, this means trying to create an optimal viewing experience across multiple platforms using flexible design principles. However, these principles in themselves are not enough to significantly improve your rankings. An article on Smash Magazine reminds us to make sure not only to go back to the fundamentals of SEO, but also to take further steps to ensure user-friendliness even after responsive web design principles are implemented.
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SEOP Blog Team @ November 18, 2013 # No Comment Yet
Is your website ready for the coming holiday season? While you have to ensure your servers are prepared to handle the higher volume of shoppers visiting your online store, you must not forget to adjust your SEO strategy accordingly for the holidays.
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SEOP Blog Team @ November 11, 2013 # No Comment Yet
Responsive design is the approach that requires web design and development to be responsive to the user’s behavior, with respect to different screen sizes, platforms, and orientation. As a user switches from his laptop to his iPad or mobile phone, a website should be able to switch and accommodate his preferences.
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SEOP Blog Team @ October 21, 2013 # No Comment Yet
Despite all of Google’s innovations to make its search engine think more “human” than “machine”, it’s still a tool that has been programmed and runs on set algorithms. When the search engine reads through web content to find “quality”, it may sometimes filter out genuine content because it simply happened to have elements that meet the criteria for “spam”.
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