Facebook the new Google

Facebook is a local search engine. Are you treating it like one? As soon as Facebook launched its Graph Search in 2013, it was only a matter of time before it became a big player in the search engine game. But Graph Search was limited as far as optimization was concerned. The results it returned focused on providing an answer on the relationships between people, places, and things on Facebook rather than

Beginners SEO Tips for 2019

Interested in learning more about SEO in 2019? Here are the key trends you need to follow to improve your search optimization skills. It’s easy to get confused by the information overload when you’re just starting with SEO. Too many tactics can discourage you from practicing your skills. However, it doesn’t have to be scary […]

Design Tips to help your Rankings

If you’ve been focusing on content and links at the expense of user experience, you won’t be able to maximize the performance of your website in the search engines. The following five UX tips will give you an SEO advantage. 1. Work on your site’s mobile compatibility Google hasn’t hidden the fact that it pays […]

Bad SEO Habits

1. Using One Target Keyword Per Page Without Variations In SEO days of yore, it was common to see one keyword targeted per page. Any variations of that keyword were either ignored or spread out over multiple pieces of content. For example, take the keyword “how to make a latte.” Its keyword variations would have […]

The Google Broad Core Algorithm Update

With Google’s recent announcement of the August 1 core update, many SEO professionals were left a bit confused about exactly what changed (besides their rankings). If you missed the announcement, here’s Google’s official acknowledgement of the update: This week we released a broad core algorithm update, as we do several times per year. Our guidance […]

Speed Up Your WordPress Site

CPU usage problems are widespread in WordPress websites. They become more prevalent when you use shared resources or a hosting plan that doesn’t have that many resources. However, the CPU usage can also happen in a good hosting plan. When that happens, it slows down your website considerably as there are no resources to serve […]

Is Your Website GDPR Compliant?

The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (also known as GDPR) is a new piece of European Union (EU) legislation that comes into effect on 25 May 2018. The main aim of the GDPR is to protect the personal data of individuals based in the EU. The key difference between the GDPR and most other […]