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Quality Scores | SEO | Adwords | First Page Google

SEO and Quality: Google's major ranking signal explained Internet searchers require high quality search results. For Google, this means that the best webpages for a query must appear at the top its search results page. Quality web pages must have impressive relevance for keywords (search terms). Web pages must be responsive if they are to [...]

By | November 17th, 2016|Content, Responsive websites, SEO, Web Design|Comments Off on Quality Scores | SEO | Adwords | First Page Google

Ranking on Google 1: On-Page Factors

When a new webpage is created, Google uses two sets of factors to rank it for the keywords it is targeting: On-page factors – the use of the keyword phrase, words in the phrase, synonyms and related words that are visible on the page and in the underlying coding such as the Page Title tag, [...]

By | November 3rd, 2016|Content, SEO, Web Design|Comments Off on Ranking on Google 1: On-Page Factors

Are Too Many Plugins on Your WordPress Site a Problem?

Plugins are methods to include and extend to the performance that currently exists in WordPress. There are plugins for practically anything you can think of, from adding slider bar navigation to complete e-commerce solutions. Presently, there are 42,165 plugins in the WordPress plugin directory site. When new users find this "concealed treasure" they can sometimes [...]

By | October 21st, 2016|Responsive websites, Web Design, WordPress|Comments Off on Are Too Many Plugins on Your WordPress Site a Problem?

Content Marketing – Importance

Content marketing has become an important part of web marketing. Excellent, brand-new, intriguing material:-. 1. Shows your knowledge. 2. Boosts your on website material-- the greater the content, the longer visitors may stay on your website and this increases your quality score and therefore your rankings. Write for Your Readers, Not Yourself. You need to [...]

By | October 11th, 2016|Web Design|Comments Off on Content Marketing – Importance

PHP 7: Website Performance Improvement Imminent

PHP 7: What You Need to Know If websites run on PHP-enabled CMS such as WordPress, you should be pleased to learn that  PHP 7 was recently released. The speed that your webpages download is important. If it takes more than a few seconds, many potential visitors will leave before they have a chance to [...]

By | September 11th, 2016|Responsive websites, Web Design|Comments Off on PHP 7: Website Performance Improvement Imminent