Don’t have an SSL Certificate? Google is going to flag your website this year!
We turn to the internet for everything. From selling to buying, it is the introduction of an E-world. With this dominating trend, online security has become a necessity.
Creating good content is the most important step to finding an audience, but knowing how to target those users comes very close. Without the right keywords, your WordPress content might never find its intended audience, and all your efforts could go to waste.read more
You love your website. We get it. And why wouldn’t you? After all, you have put in hours and hours and sometimes quite a bit of money into bringing it into the world.
As a consequence, any insult hurled into its general direction is taken personally (and the perpetrator called a doo doo head – or worse). How dare they say bad things about your baby!?read more
For the past couple of years, there’s been trouble brewing for certain SSL certificates. (If you don’t know, SSL certificates encrypt data sent between web browsers—like Google Chrome, Mozilla’s Firefox, and Apple’s Safari—and servers.) You can easily recognize if a site has a valid SSL certificate by the familiar green padlock in a URL bar. The point is, SSL certificates are extremely important to online security—which is why you should be aware of the recent findings discovered by Google.read more
We all know that blogging and content marketing is important for marketing basically any type of website. These days anyone and your mom regularly publishes content. If you don’t, you risk invisibility online.read more
The more that mobile devices permeate every aspect of our lives, the greater the impact they have on the way we search for content online. In the past, you had to use the right keywords if you wanted to find results quickly, but nowadays you can just ask your phone to do it for you.read more
If you’ve ever done any research on search engine optimization, you’ve probably come across mentions of the H1 tag. But what is the H1 tag, where does it show up, and how should you actually use it to make your site better?read more
When you’re collecting website reviews, 10 is the magic number. Why? Because once you have 10 reviews, 85% of your visitors will trust your business, according to research by BrightLocal. 85% is your Goldilocks zone. Just right.read more
If you think your website has been hacked, it’s good to determine the nature of the hack as soon as possible. There are many different types of hacks and some hacks can be malicious. Other hacks are just defacements to your actual web pages.read more
While there are many search engines, the one to keep your eye on is Google. Following what Google has done and trying to stay ahead of changes in algorithms is your ace in the hole for staying ahead of your competition. You also need to understand how SEO and content work together.read more
Choosing a domain name can be a daunting task. It’s sometimes easier to come up with the website idea than naming it. It can seem like the interesting and memorable names are taken. One easy solution is to use a domain name generator to find possible names based on your keywords.read more
While the cornerstone content feature is new to you, it’s by no means a fresh concept. The idea of cornerstone content has been around since at least 2007 when Brian Clark wrote about the concept in a post for Copyblogger.read more