by Alex Chris81 Comments As a beginner to search engine optimization (SEO) you need to understand that there is no magic way to rank your website in the first page of Google, Bing or Yahoo. Search engines are governed by complex algorithms and it takes a lot of time and effort to ‘convince’ them that your website or web page deserves one of the top spots.Nevertheless, there are certain rules you can follow to optimize your website and provide the search engine bots with the necessary signals.While the web is floated with SEO tips and advice, most of the articles talk about SEO in a theoretical level and not how SEO can be applied in practice.THE COMPLETE SEO GUIDE A step-by-step guide on how to increase your traffic in 60 days or less. Learn how to practically build a successful website or blog.The ONLY SEO Guide you will ever need to read!DOWNLOAD NOWIn my opinion, this is why most website owners are confused and they either give up with SEO or simply do not … [Read more...] about SEO Tips For Beginners – 15 Ways to Google Boost Your Web Site
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By Sean Webmasters, SEO experts, and digital marketers are always looking for new and powerful SEO tools to make their jobs easier and help their clients reach more potential customers. There are a lot of tools out there, but some of them are not as good as others, and some require webmasters to pay a hefty fee to access. But there’s one powerful tool that’s both very helpful and totally free, but strangely not everyone uses it. I know because some of our clients now who have their own IT and digital marketing teams have never heard of it. It’s the Google Search Console (previously called Google Webmaster Tools), and it’s something every designer, SEO expert, and marketer needs to know about. This is an extensive guide to Google Search Console. What is Google Search Console? Google Search Console, or GSC for short, is a tool Google provides for free to help webmasters manage the search function on their website. It contains tools, reports, and other … [Read more...] about Google Search Console – The Ultimate Guide to Google’s Tool for SEO Experts
Video Transcription Today I’m going to walk you through how to setup Google Analytics on your property management website. Before I get into it, just a bit of background information, my name is Stephen Fox, I’m the VP of operations at Upkeep Media where we specialize in helping property management companies grow their business. We do that using the internet so using different online marketing channels such as search engine optimization, Facebook marketing, Google pay per click ads, content marketing and reputation management. So what I’m going to cover in this video is basically an overview of Google Analytics. I’ll discuss what it is, why you should have it installed (why you absolutely need to have it installed), how to set it up and how to make sure it’s setup properly once you do set it up. What Is Google Analytics? So what exactly is Google Analytics? Well, it’s basically a free service that’s offered by Google that allows you to … [Read more...] about Property Manager’s Guide To Google Analytics
Joshua Hardwick Head of Content @ Ahrefs (or, in plain English, I'm the guy responsible for ensuring that every blog post we publish is EPIC). Founder @ The SEO Project.Article stats Twitter 76 Facebook 715 Referring domains 25 Organic traffic 8314 Data from Content Explorer tool. ShareQuick links If search engines don’t know your website/webpage exists, your chance of ranking isn’t just an improbability, it’s an impossibility.But here’s the thing: it takes time for search engines to discover (and index) new websites.This means that if you search for your two-day-old website in Google, chances are you’ll be disappointed. In fact, 9 times out of 10, you’ll find nothing.However, even a few weeks after going live, some people still won’t see their website in Google/Bing/Yahoo (which account for 98% of all US searches).If you’re reading this article (which you clearly are), you’re probably one of these people. Now, you want to know … [Read more...] about How to Submit Your Website to Search Engines (Hint: You Don’t Always Need To)
Whether you’re a website owner or a website visitor, everyone wants a fast loading website which can carry out sensitive exchanges of information securely. In 2014, Google announced that it was beginning to use HTTPS as a ranking signal, signalling an increased emphasis on secure connections from the world’s biggest search engine. Then, last month, the news came that Google’s Chrome browser will begin displaying a “Not Secure” warning message for unencrypted webpages. This message will be displayed in the address bar of websites not running the HTTPS protocol. Imagine a situation where your visitors withdraw from your website after seeing this warning message. Google does check whether your site uses HTTP or HTTPS protocol. It might not be a crucial factor if you are not very serious about your website. However, if you are an online business, this is not something to overlook – website visitors demand secure … [Read more...] about Should I move my WordPress website to HTTPS?