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About 46% of all searches on Google have local intent. Moreover, 76% of shoppers looking for a local service will visit a company within 24 hours, and 28% will make a purchase. That’s why having a business in Google My Business listings is essential for every savvy business owner. Continue reading “Local SEO Trends: How Local Search Evolves Over The Years” »
As an SEO expert, you probably get dozens of website audit requests and have to send plenty of reports to your customers. We bet creating each report takes a lot of your time and effort, and we also believe you could spend your energy on something more productive instead. Continue reading “How to Generate a New Site Auditor Report in a Click” »
You’re reading an exciting article on the internet. At some point, the text suddenly moves, so you have to scroll the page to continue where you left off. Continue reading “Core Web Vitals: How To Improve Cumulative Layout Shift” »
“You never get a second chance to make a first impression.”
The same goes for your website.
If your site frustrates users on their first visit, they’ll likely leave it and be gone for good. Alternatively, if visitors fall in love with your website at first sight, there is a good chance they’ll eventually convert into customers.
The question is, how to make users adore your website from the first click? Continue reading “Core Web Vitals: How To Improve First Input Delay” »
Google always encourages website owners to make their sites user-friendly. “Make pages primarily for users, not for search engines,” states the first Google Webmaster Guidelines principle. The Intrusive Interstitials update, along with the Mobile-First Indexing update, proved that the search giant treats user experience seriously, so if you want to rank well, you should put your website visitors first. Continue reading “Core Web Vitals: How To Improve Largest Contentful Paint” »
Creating a new website or redesigning an old one? Make sure to avoid these 11 common design mistakes that can hurt your SEO efforts and decrease conversions.
Continue reading “What Design Mistakes Can Hurt SEO? [Updated]” »
Many of the most recognized companies once started as small side hustles. Steve Jobs was working night shifts at Atari while building the very first Apple computer in a garage. Mark Zuckerberg was developing Facebook in his spare time while studying at Harvard University. The CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, was writing code at Odeo while creating a social media platform that would soon change the world.
Continue reading “How to Turn Your SEO Side Hustle Into a Lucrative Business” »
Imagine what it would be like if users could interact with your website as with an app. They could install your website on their devices, visit it with a single tap, navigate it even with no internet connection, and receive push notifications from it. What’s more, you won’t have to spend plenty of money on developing your app from scratch. Continue reading “Does Your Business Need PWA? Outline of Progressive Web Apps” »
Sometimes it’s hard to find relevant information online. The answer to your query might be buried so deep in SERP that you would need some sort of internet archeologist to find it. Continue reading “The Passage Ranking Explained: What This Update Is Really About” »
How do you feel about your competitors?
You probably wish they never existed and dream about the world with no competition.
But what if we were to tell you that your competitors can actually help you improve your rankings? Yes, you read it right. Your rivals are a goldmine of useful information that you can use to sharpen your SEO strategies and increase your website’s visibility in organic search. All you have to do is fish that information out, and that’s what SEO competitor analysis can help you with.
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