Success in organic search can be elusive. It’s often hard to measure. Other digital marketing channels produce more data for tracking and forecasting. With search engine optimization, however, we frequently guess. We run tests. We experiment.
In this article, you’ll find a (hopefully unbiased and objective) front-end performance checklist for 2021 — an updated overview of the issues you might need to consider to ensure that your response times are fast, user interaction is smooth and your sites don’t drain user’s bandwidth.
If you’re looking to get in on the ecommerce action, you need to make sure your website has the ecommerce essentials it needs to succeed. In this post, we’ll go over 11 ecommerce website essentials!
The folks at SocialMediaToday have put together a new collection of predictions for 2021, and what social media marketers should be preparing for as they map out their plans.
Today we invite you to review five basic types of images that users come across most on web pages and consider the benefits of each type.
This guide will give you everything you need to know about responsive website design, including definitions, a step-by-step walkthrough, examples, and more
The Wordfence Live team covered “The Hacker Motive: What Attackers Are Doing with Your Hacked Site”. This companion blog post reviews the motives discussed live during Wordfence Live and dives deeper into the minds of attackers.
It’s a little funny and even a little sad how separate web design and SEO fields are that really should work so closely together. When SEO becomes part of the web design process, the entire website becomes more search engine friendly, has a better user experience and is more valuable. Let’s look at 23 SEO…
“How do I drive more visitors to a new website?” At some point, that thought crosses the mind of every entrepreneur selling online.
The Wordfence Live team covered 10 WordPress Security Mistakes You Might be Making. This blog post reviews the recommendations they provided to avoid these mistakes and better secure your WordPress environment.