Moz Pro: Making The Most Out of SEO

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a complicated and ever-evolving field. Factors such as Google’s changing algorithms, new trends, and, most recently, the pandemic’s impact on how people search for products and services make nailing down one SEO strategy difficult. Businesses have had to increase their web presence significantly to stand out from the competition and the flooded field is a problem for marketers. With so many SaaS solutions out there, it’s difficult to pick and

What Are Google’s Core Web Vitals and Page Experience Factors?

Google announced that Core Web Vitals would become a ranking factor in June 2021 and the rollout is set to complete in August. The folks at WebsiteBuilderExpert have put together this comprehensive infographic that speaks to each of Google’s Core Web Vitals (CWV) and Page Experience Factors, how to measure them, and how to optimize for these updates.  What are Google’s Core Web Vitals? Your site’s visitors prefer sites with a great page experience. In

How to Monitor Your Organic Search (SEO) Performance

Having worked to improve the organic performance of every type of site – from mega sites with millions of pages, to ecommerce sites, to small and local businesses, there’s a process that I take that helps me to monitor and report my clients’ performance. Amongst digital marketing firms, I don’t believe my approach is unique… but it is much more thorough than the typical organic search (SEO) agency. My approach is not difficult, but it

Image Compression Is A Must For Search, Mobile, And Conversion Optimization

When graphic designers and photographers output their final images, they’re typically not optimized to reduce the file size. Image compression can drastically reduce the file size of an image – even 90% – without reducing quality to the naked eye. Reducing the file size of an image can have quite a few advantages: Faster Load Times – loading a page faster has been known to provide a superior experience for your users where they won’t

How to Optimize Your Title Tags (With Examples)

Did you know that your page can have multiple titles depending on where you want them displayed? It’s true… here are four different titles that you can have for a single page in your content management system. Title Tag – the HTML that is displayed in your browser tab and is indexed and displayed in search results. Page Title – the title that you’ve given your page in your content management system to find it