WordPress: Remove and Redirect A YYYY/MM/DD Permalink Structure with Regex and Rank Math SEO

Simplifying your URL structure is a great way to optimize your site for a number of reasons. Long URLs are difficult to share with others, can get cut off in text editors and email editors, and complex URL folder structures can send the wrong signals to search engines on the importance of your content. YYYY/MM/DD Permalink Structure If your site had two URLs, which one would you think has provided the article with higher importance?

Working With The .htaccess File In WordPress

WordPress is a great platform that is made all the better by how detailed and powerful the standard WordPress dashboard is. You can achieve much, in terms of customizing the way that your site feels and functions, by simply using the tools that WordPress has made available to you as standard. There comes a time in any website owner’s life, however, when you will need to go beyond this functionality. Working with the WordPress .htaccess

How to Secure WordPress in 10 Easy Steps

Do you know that over 90,000 hacks are attempted each minute on WordPress sites globally? Well, if you own a WordPress-powered website, that stat should worry you. It doesn’t matter if you are running a small-scale business. Hackers don’t discriminate based on the size or importance of the websites. They are only looking for any vulnerability which can be exploited to their advantage. You may be wondering – why do hackers target WordPress sites in

How to Speed Up Your WordPress Site

We’ve written, to a great extent, the impact of speed on your users’ behavior. And, of course, if there’s an impact on user behavior, there’s an impact on search engine optimization. Most people don’t realize the number of factors involved in the simple process of typing in a web page and having that page load for you. Now that half of almost all site traffic is mobile, it’s also imperative to have lightweight, really fast

Finally, It’s Time to Retire Your WWW

Sites like ours that have been around for a decade accumulated rank on pages that have sustained incredible traffic over the years. As with most sites, our domain was www.martech.zone. In recent years, the www has become less prominent on sites… but we kept ours because that subdomain had so much authority with search engines. Until now! Moz has a great breakdown of changes with 301 Redirects that Google has announced which are helping search-centric sites