As Google progressed, so did (most) marketers and content writers. Today, you barely have to think about SEO when crafting an article. If you’re a solid writer and you’re staying on-topic, it tends to get in there naturally.
I have a terrible habit of checking my spam folder every day – I don’t trust my spam filter to weed out only the worst of the worst; I feel that there’s something worthwhile under the heaps of transfer money requests and strangers mentioning how they were happy to see me last night.
When it comes to Search Engine Optimization (SEO), it’s tempting to focus on a single keyword and attempt to rank very well for it. While this seems like a sound strategy, it causes you to miss out on bigger opportunities to improve your rankings.
When it comes to Search Engine Optimization (SEO), it can be difficult to know how well your site is ranking and how it measures up against similar sites. ‘Domain Authority’ (DA) is an SEO metric you can use to understand how your site is doing on Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs), and how it compares to competitors’ sites.
WebP is a raster image format from Google that’s designed specifically for the web. It provides lossless and lossy compression that allows web designers to show richer images at smaller file sizes.
Writing is, at its core, communication. If you are unable to communicate your point to your audience, you fail. Regardless of how well-thought out your argument is, how large your vocabulary, or how salient of a point you’re making