SEO Ranking Factors 2019 Our Top 50 SEO Ranking Factors For 2019 This year we have compiled the following list of SEO ranking factors based on our own experience optimising websites during the past 12 months and the opnions of other SEO experts from around the world. We have divided them into
Website migrations can be nerve racking if you’re a business owner and fraught with potential pitfalls. If a migration goes well you should be seeing some improvement to your search engine visibility. This was taken from migration we handled recently. If a site migration goes wrong
In an ideal world a website would have just one page ranking for each keyword target. So for example, you want your homepage to rank for your primary keyword target. Unfortunately there may be times when Google favours another page on your site. A page with less authority but a more
Because nobody knows much about what goes on behind the scenes at Google, anything that sounds bad like a 404 error is automatically viewed as damaging. Fortunately, for anyone tasked with trying to remove 404 errors, this is not necessarily the case and can be a waste of time and effort if those
The one thing bugging me about SEO at the moment is search snippets. While there can be no debate that search snippets are an important part of SEO what is up for debate is the length of them now that Google has moved the goalposts in this area.
Often when a business owner first contacts an SEO agency they have little idea of the keywords they should be targeting or at least they don't appreciate how many keywords they could be targeting to drive more sales. Even when a bunch of keywords are suggested, they tend to be based on
Most websites that have been around for a long time have their fair share of old content. Not all of it is useful and some of it can take on a new lease of life; annoyingly appearing high in the search results for no good reason.
Just when you get used to limiting your meta descriptions to 160 characters, Google starts extending them to 230 characters. So what does this mean for website owners?