One area of expertise that I’ve focused my marketing on over the last two decades is search engine optimization (SEO). In recent years, I’ve avoided classifying myself as an SEO consultant, though, because it has some negative connotations with it that I would like to avoid. I’m often in conflict with other SEO professionals because they tend to focus on algorithms over search engine users. I’ll touch base on that later in the article. What
What are the basic elements of an SEO Audit? This article and infographic provides a beginner with the technical aspects of auditing your site.
As a practicing SEO consultant, I’ve tested and used just about every platform on the market. In all honesty, I was losing faith in the multitude of shoddy platforms that were really just a pile of testers smashed together into a single tool that vendors liked to call an SEO audit. I really hate them. Clients would often try one out and then second guess the intensive work we were doing to get their site
If you’ve ever had to utilize a browser’s developer tools to try and track down a rogue image or include that’s not secure, you know how frustrating it is. Lucky for us, there’s been a fantastic update to Semrush‘s comprehensive Site Audit – the addition of an HTTPS checker. You can now perform an in-depth HTTPS check which covers 100 percent of Google’s security recommendations. Why is HTTPS so Important? Moving from HTTP to HTTPS
Digital marketing is a facet of marketing that you simply can’t ignore – and at its core is SEO. You’re probably aware of the impact that a good SEO strategy can have on your brand, but as a marketer or site owner, your focus is often elsewhere, and making SEO a consistent priority can be difficult. The solution is to utilize digital marketing software that’s flexible, capability-rich, and highly effective. Enter SEO PowerSuite – a