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It’s time to make your website secure with HTTPS

Security settings are set to become the next game changer for websites looking to maintain and improve their SEO ranking. Google is now checking whether websites are secure and telling their browser users if a site is not secure. If your site is HTTP and not HTTPS, not only could it be harming your SEO [...]

By | October 3rd, 2017|Content, Responsive websites, SEO, Web Design, WordPress|Comments Off on It’s time to make your website secure with HTTPS

Website Development Checklist

Website Checklist - Example Solicitor Website   On-page factors Your target keywords should appear in the: - Page Title tag Page file name H1 tags Meta-Description Body text – try to include your main keywords in the first 150 words. Avoid keyword stuffing but include synonyms and related keywords. In general, pages with less than [...]

By | June 28th, 2017|Content, Responsive websites, Web Design, WordPress|Comments Off on Website Development Checklist

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

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?