Can you use other people’s content to improve your site’s ranking? Yes, you can. It’s called content curation and, when done correctly, can help your website in more than one way. We explain everything in today’s blog.
We hit another milestone today! It’s day 20 in our 30-day SEO challenge, and we’re celebrating with content analysis.
There’s no magic pill for convincing people to click on your page. But there are headlines, which is pretty much the same thing. Learn how to write more compelling headlines to capture and maintain the attention of potential website visitors.
If you can learn how to prevent it, you’ll have one task less to worry about. Today, we learn about Canonical tags and how they help us to prevent duplicate content.
Duplicate content exists on almost 30% of websites, confusing crawlers and generating nothing but missed business opportunities.
You’ll have a clear idea of why responsive design matters to SEO. You’ll know how mobile-friendly your website is. You’ll have a to-do list to improve user experience on your site.
We don’t know about you, but we hate it when a page takes forever to load. And most people hate it, too. And that’s why we dedicate this day to testing your site’s load speed and improving it.
If people land on your page and can’t figure out what to do or where to go from there, you may not see them ever again. Luckily, you can prevent it from happening if you optimize the navigation on your website.
Behind every successful website is a robots.txt file. You, too, can unblock access to your website by writing correct instructions for crawlers and bots.
To complete today’s task, you’ll need to check out your website’s XML sitemap. We have instructions to help you find it and even create one if necessary. Plus a bonus tip to help you maximize the return on your efforts.
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