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Website and server optimizations that help search engine spiders crawl and index your site more effectively (to help improve organic rankings).

How to Optimize Your Site for Mobile Devices

16 Sep 2023

Everyone has a smartphone these days – it’s practically impossible to get by without one. And with these internet-connected pocket computers so prevalent, it’s no surprise that mobile web traffic has passed desktop by a margin that keeps expanding. As of the first quarter of 2023, roughly 53% of all web traffic in the US […]

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Fixing Unminified JavaScript and CSS on Your Website

22 Mar 2023

The importance of having a website that loads quickly has undoubtedly been brought to your attention by digital marketing specialists on more than one occasion.  One of the best ways to ensure yours does is by taking the effort to fix issues with unminified JavaScript and CSS files, which is among the most effective ways […]

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How Do You  Fix Uncached JavaScript and CSS files?

22 Mar 2023

It’s easy to  run into trouble with unminified, uncompressed, or uncached JavaScript and CSS files. The good news is, despite their subtle distinctions, these may often be resolved with a single action.  Rather than relying on human work and coding expertise (that not everyone has), it’s much easier to use a plugin to address these […]

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How Do You Fix Link URLs that Are Too Long?

22 Mar 2023

Links are important. They’re crucial to advertising online, plus they play into search engine optimization, site traffic and conversions  – all of which are major SEO goals.  In many cases, however, the default URL is too long and complicated for your readers’ comfort. In this case, by shortening what would otherwise be lengthy and unappealing […]

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How Do You Fix a Sitemap that Is Too Large?

22 Mar 2023

You might not be aware of this, but having a sitemap that is too large can have a negative impact on the performance of your website. In the past, Google set a maximum limit of 10MB for the size of each sitemap, before eventually increasing the limit to 50MB.  What this means is that the […]

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How Do You Fix Sitemap.xml Not Specified in Robots.txt?

22 Mar 2023

The objective of search engine optimization, and thus any site admin or developer’s goal is to have their site rank as highly as possible in Google’s search results. To do this, webmasters heavily rely  on search engine bots crawling and indexing their website’s pages.  Your website’s robots.txt file and XML sitemap work behind the scenes […]

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How to Fix JSON-LD in Code

22 Mar 2023

JSON-LD  (JavaScript Object Notation for Linked Data) is a compact Linked Data format that enables users to easily read and write structured data on the web by using open vocabularies like schema.org. The successor to the JSON format, JSON-LD is advocated for use by the World Wide Web Consortium.  It makes it possible for linked […]

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How to Fix Issues with Sitemap.xml

22 Mar 2023

XML (Extensible Markup Language) Sitemaps are text files that list all URLs on a website. They can also include additional information (a.k.a. metadata) about each URL, for example,  when it was last updated, its importance and if there are other copies of the URL in other languages. All of this is done to help search […]

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Fixing Issues with Hreflang Links

22 Mar 2023

If your website is available in multiple languages, hreflang tags are a simple way to make sure visitors are ending up on the page with their preferred language.  This is important for SEO as search engines may rank the wrong URL for the target language or location. If the search engine can’t determine which page […]

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