Search Engine Optimization (SEO) tailors your content so browsers like Google & Safari understand the purpose of your page or post.
A website crawl budget is the resources search engines dedicate to exploring and indexing the site. You can tell them what to map first.
Your website’s carbon footprint is created by server use, search engine crawling, and clicks. Here’s how to reduce your energy consumption.
Sometimes we have links or pages that we don’t want search engines to not follow or index. When and why would we do that? Let’s explore…
RSS and Atom feeds can help you build your email list, but they can leave you vulnerable to hackers. Use your tools and keep safe.
What’s your page speed? What *is* page speed? It’s how fast your page loads onto your visitor’s device. And it might be the most important thing of all.
SSL is a layer of security between your web host and browsers. It makes sure your site doesn’t get hacked on its way to your users.
Structured data is code you add to your website to help search engines understand YOUR content. Viewers don’t see it, but Google does.
In website crawling an app called a bot thumbs through your site to understand your purpose & content so the engine can index it right.
Applying thoughtful SEO to images improves page load speed, user experience, and search engine ranking. And only takes a few minutes.
Hyperlinks are critical for SEO. Internal, outbound, backlinks, easter eggs – what they all are & how to use them.
A comprehensive and growing glossary of terms used in WordPress websites, SEO, responsiveness, accessibility, excerpts, posts . . .
There are various types of SEO. Here’s a primer to four biggies: on-site, off-site, technical, & local. All of them increase organic traffic.
Keyword research teaches you phrases your audience uses in their online searches. Smart application of keywords helps your peeps find you.
A WordPress Multisite is a WP installation controlling multiple websites. The sites share related content such as themed blogs or franchises.