The Canonical Tag is an extremely important concept to know for anyone who wants to get serious about SEO. The Canonical tag is a very simple, yet powerful concept that all SEO aware website owners should become familiar with no matter how much they know about code.
As everyone knows, a website’s speed is very important to its success. The longer the site takes to load, the more people will close the page and go elsewhere. One in four visitors will leave if the site takes longer than four seconds to load, and one in three will leave if it takes longer
Recently, Google announced mobile compatibility as factor in their search ranking algorithm. Websites that are mobile friendly will be “tagged” as such (see the image to the right). Google has also said, “We are also experimenting with using the mobile-friendly criteria as a ranking signal.” That simple statement is a big deal for website owners
Visitors and search engines love websites with lots of content. If a visitor is comparing two different companies’ product/service, as a general rule, the company with more info available about the product/service is more likely to obtain sales. Similarly, if one website has more pages about a product/service, then Google will rank that website higher
Everyone hates slow websites. The longer a website takes to load, the more likely a visitor is to abandon the website before the site even finishes loading. 40% of web users leave pages that take more than three seconds to load. That’s a really big deal! So today we’re going to take a look at how to identify plugins that are slowing down your WordPress site.
It’s no secret that the Vuepoint Creative team are big fans of WordPress. WordPress simply makes site management and growth a breeze – there’s no reason not to use WordPress! One of the primary benefits of WordPress is without a doubt the millions of WordPress plugins. At Vuepoint Creative, we have a handful of WordPress
At Vuepoint Creative, we are huge fans of WordPress. WordPress is a free, open source, content management system that allows anyone with little to no technical background manage a large and complex website. Not only is WordPress free, but WordPress is the most widely used content management system on the web, paid, free, or custom.
These days, search engine rankings are critical to the success of any website. Google is the most popular website on the internet, and rightfully so. Everyone who uses the web frequently uses Google search, or some other search engine, to find an answer to their query. The beauty in this is web users can find