optimization

Website Optimization is the process of making changes to your website so that it will appear higher in search engine results pages (SERPS). Take a look at these Optimization tips from experts across the industry to help you improve your online visibility.

SEOblog Editorial Team
If you’re at all familiar with search engine optimization, you’ve no doubt heard the term “keyword” tossed around. Keywords are an integral component of SEO. They’re divided into two primar…
Brandon George
Editor’s Note: Today we’re introducing “SEO News You Can Use,” a weekly blog post that will be posted every Monday morning rounding up all the top SEO news from around the world. Our goal is to make SEOb…
Obaro Alidou
No one can deny that he/she prefers a fast-loading website opposed to a slow one. The two primary reasons why people are starting blogs or making websites are to build or expand a business and to connect and share their passion wit…
Usman Raza
There are plenty of methods you can use to get consistent traffic to your website or a specific product page. Some of the well-known techniques digital marketers use are pay-per-click advertising, search engine optimization…
Susan Reach
A long time ago, a wealthy businessman named Harry was looking for a new driver for his carriage. His old driver, Rudford, had recently retired after driving for Harry for 20 years. Harry found three potential drivers that he fel…
SEOblog Editorial Team
SEO is a multifaceted practice that involves many moving parts. One of its core facets is backlinking. Backlinking, a process that includes web resource referrals, is the backbone of search engine optimization. When employe…
SEOblog Editorial Team
Businesses are working overtime to keep up with ever-changing online habits of consumers. One modern concept that’s steadily gaining traction among consumers is voice search. Society craves instant gratific…
Guest Author
The slower a website’s load time will be, the higher is the chance of abandonment. Most customers wait up to three seconds for a page to load. Forty-seven percent of customers expect a given Ecommerce website to load in les…