Although it also brought many good things, 2021 was a year to forget for most of us quickly. So let us take a look at next year. For most sites, SEO in 2022 is not much different from the past couple of years: you still need to improve the same, but you need to set …Read: "SEO in 2022: Your chance to shine!"
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Google keeps getting better at handling near me searches. Needless to say, mobile is the de facto way for most people to search for businesses and products — especially while out and about. Location-based ‘everything’ needs to be taken into account while optimizing the mobile and local SEO for location-dependent businesses. It’s clear that Google …Read: "How ‘near me’ searches can help your local SEO"
What do Instagram Stories, Facebook Stories, Snapchat Stories, and Twitter Fleets have in common? They are all so-called social media implementations of the same story idea. A story is a series of images or others types of content that belong together, and thus, tell a story. Visual storytelling is huge, and now the web has …Read: "How to build Google Web Stories in WordPress"
The ONLY tutorial you need to boost your search engine traffic by improving your WordPress SEO. Tips on WordPress SEO plugin usage, structuring your site and optimizing your theme!Read: "WordPress SEO: the definitive guide"
Here’s the thing: your site should be mobile-friendly. This should be your number one priority. If you want to optimize your mobile site, you have to improve your site’s performance, plus you have to make sure that it offers users an excellent user experience. In this SEO basics article, you’ll find an overview of what …Read: "How to improve your mobile site?"
You might have heard the term parity before in SEO, or more specifically, mobile parity. It all comes down to one thing: you should see your site as being a single thing. You shouldn’t have a ‘mobile site,’ as distinct from a ‘desktop site.’ You should have one site — which may use CSS to …Read: "Mobile parity: does your site offer a singular experience?"
Some time ago, Google caused quite a stir by announcing a new ranking factor for 2021: page experience. User experience has always been an essential part of building the best site out there, but now, it will play an even bigger role in helping you build awesome sites for your customers. All this is powered …Read: "Learn about the three Core Web Vitals: LCP, FID & CLS"
It’s December, the last month of the year and that means that we’ve also had our last webinar of 2020. In this month’s edition, our SEO experts Joost de Valk and Jono Alderson discuss the latest in Google, Facebook, WordPress and other SEO news. To give some spoilers, you can expect to hear more about …Read: "The latest news in SEO and WordPress: December 2020"
You have a mobile website, right? Is it responsive or did you use a plugin to make it look good? Does it convert? As mobile internet usage has exploded over the years, your mobile website’s user experience (or mobile UX) should get as much attention as the user experience of your desktop website. Even more so, …Read: "10 ways to improve mobile UX"
Google Discover offers users a different way to search. Actually, it’s not really search — it’s queryless discovery of content that fits your preferences and interests. It suggests new content based on your search activity and interaction with the Discover app. And it learns what you like, so it can provide even better content the …Read: "Google Discover: What it is and how to get your content in"