This is the first post in a series of articles which will explore web-design's influences on SEO. Through this story we will examine partially design-oriented Google updates which impacted SEO, how SEO-friendly site-builds have shifted, SEO-design best practices and more The
Many SEO experts will warn about rich-snippet abuse, negative SEO attacks and Penguin / Panda penalties from Google. Less talked about, yet (potentially) equally devastating, are malicious code insertions by hackers. Often these hacks are performed for commercial purposes, e.g:
Today I want to explore some recent myths in the SEO world including mobile-first indexation, how page-loading speeds factor into rankings and more Myth 1: Mobile-First Indexation is Imminent & Will Change Everything Radically So I always groan when I see posts
Today I noticed an interesting tweet from @ThinkwithGoogle: For those who don't know, Think with Google is an official Google Twitter profile with the tagline of: "Insights you want. Inspiration you need. Keep up with the latest marketing trends, tools, and more
Some readers may be interested to know that Google provide a free tool, which allows users to dig into Google's keyword-oriented search data. Known as "Google Trends", the web-app renders regional (national) or international search data as a simple line-chart.