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Technical SEO
When sharing websites on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, your post usually contains a preview image of something, a website title and a description. Most people don’t think twice about how that information gets to your social media post, and that’s because it’s all handled by the websites themselves and the use...
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There are typically two kinds of sitemaps when discussing websites. The HTML sitemap that is a usually a nice looking web page with a list of neatly organized page titles, and then there is the XML sitemap. It looks funky, like some type of computer code, and most people don’t even know it exists. That’s...
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As you move through the QA process for launching a website redesign pay close attention how the meta title and description tags are going to appear in search results. To launch a website that’s optimized for keywords each page needs to contain unique and descriptive metadata for what the page is about. Left blank, your...
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Congratulations you have a website. You’re one out of 1.1 billion websites in the world. The real trick is standing out, so what’s your plan? Truth is, most businesses rely on search engines, specifically Google. Whether you know it or not the majority of your search traffic is or should be coming through organic search...
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