JavaScript & SEO: The Definitive Resource List

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The crawling, indexing, and ranking of webpages that rely heavily on JavaScript is a hot topic in the SEO industry at the moment. There are lots of people performing tests and sharing their results, as well as opinion pieces and perspectives from outside of the SEO echo chamber. And of course we have official documentation […]

The non-developer’s guide to reducing WordPress load times up to 2 seconds (with data)

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Wondering where to start with page speed improvements? Columnist Tom Demers shares how he tackled page speed improvements on several WordPress sites without (much) input from a developer. With Google’s continued focus on user experience and engagement metrics in recent algorithm updates, it’s become even more important for marketers to pay attention to how fast […]

3 reasons SEO belongs at the beginning of a project, not the end

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Search engine optimization (SEO) can sometimes be treated as an afterthought, but here we outline how keyword research can be instrumental in planning and developing an effective content calendar. Too many marketers still bring SEO in at the end of a content marketing project. They finish a blog post or finalize a new marketing campaign, […]


Robot.txt Files small but Powerful

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An important, but sometimes overlooked element of onsite search engine optimisation is the robots.txt file. Usually not weighing more than a few bytes, a poorly configured Robots.txt file can be responsible for creating a lot of indexation and search visibility problems if not implemented properly. Usually found in your websites root directory the Robots.txt file […]