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Category: SEO tips

How to Speed Up Your Website? (Why is Page Speed SO Important)

by Tim on December 10, 2020.

As we’ve shifted from the days of dial-up to 5G, user expectations of website page speed have shifted too. Slow websites are no longer welcome. With faster connection speeds and lighting fast online shopping experiences with the likes of Amazon, users have grown increasingly critical of slow sites — page load times of 3 seconds...

7 Things You Need to Check Before Launching Your Website

by Tim on April 9, 2020.

When launching a website, or migrating a site there is no shortage of things to watch for. It seems like right up to the last minute developers are making adjustments, and the website copy is being finetuned. Having helped in-house teams and agencies through large scale site migrations, along with launching new sites I have...

5 Google Search Operators You Need to Know

by Tim on March 30, 2020.

Google Search Operators are nothing new, however, they’re an often-overlooked tool that can help SEO’s and brands get insights more efficiently. In this guide, we’re going to look at five essential search operators that will help you with your content, link, and technical SEO strategy. What are Google Advanced Search Operators Google search operators are...

How to Do an SEO Audit and Improve Your Rankings

by Tim on July 16, 2019.

An SEO audit should be the foundation of any SEO strategy. Whether you’re a newer website wanting to improve rankings, or an established site looking for areas to improve, an SEO audit is a great place to start. Periodically auditing your website and addressing any problems will improve your site’s health and ability to rank....

Redirect Chains: What Are They and Why You Need to Fix Them

by Tim on March 12, 2019.

A 301 redirect can be a necessary part of SEO. As a site grows, services come and go, and products change, a 301 is the recommended redirect to pass equity and traffic from an old URL to a new URL. It also (importantly) helps search engine crawl bots discover the change. This normal practice is...