The ability to choose the right data to track and the most appropriate analysis is what makes the difference between basic SEO best practices and offering a high-performance SEO strategy.
This study from April 2018 shows how well the 100 most popular websites in Ireland perform when it comes to mobile speed. With the homepage taken as a benchmark and compare how they perform against Google’s recommendations on speed, page size, requests and more.
URLs are the foundation of the web. Many aspects of usability and search engine crawling and ranking focus on URLs. In this post, Barry Adams explains some of the elements that make URLs so important and why you shouldn’t ignore good URLs for your website.
Building your Search Universe, by joining different data sources, enables you to more easily identify opportunities and assist you with common SEO tasks.
Do you want to redesign your site but worried about the time it will take? Use a check list to help launch your site on time and within budget. J Turnbull recently launched her travel blog, Being30.com and shares her tips on a site redesign and migrating to HTTPs.
It can be tough to know which is best to use out of Robots.txt or Meta Robots – Chris takes a look at providing a framework to make this easy.
Steve Morgan writes about his experiences running site reviews at a regular meetup, whereby sites are SEO-audited live and the panel offers advice to the site owners.
Boost your SEO strategy with these 5 hacks using Google Tag Manager: classify your blog posts, implement structured data, rel canonicals and others.
When a site migration goes wrong and a site loses traffic, it’s usually because of one (or more) of 5 common reasons. Daniel Bainchini explores these reasons and offers SEO remedies for each one.