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How to Rank in 2018

It's hard enough as it is to explain to how to rank a webpage in an increasingly complex field. To do well you've got to have a good handle on a wide variety of detailed subjects. We are including some simple 'must do's' to even begin to rank your site in 2018. Crawlable, accessible URLs You want Googlebot's spiders to be able to come to this page, to understand the content that's on there in a text readable format, to understand images and visuals or video or embeds or anything else that you've...
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How to Fix Render-Blocking JavaScript and CSS in WordPress

Do you want to eliminate render-blocking JavaScript and CSS in WordPress? If you test your website on Google PageSpeed insights, then you will likely see a suggestion to eliminate render-blocking scrips and CSS. In this article, we will show you how to easily fix render blocking JavaScript and CSS in WordPress to improve your Google PageSpeed score. What is Render-Blocking JavaScript and CSS? Every WordPress site has a theme and plugins that add JavaScript and CSS files to the front-end of your website. These scipts increase your site's load time and...
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DMOZ: The Open Directory Project is shutting down

DMOZ — The Open Directory Project that uses human editors to organize websites — is shutting down March 14 2017. DMOZ was born in June 1998 as “GnuHoo,” then quickly changed to “NewHoo,” a rival to the Yahoo Directory at the time. Yahoo had faced criticism as being too powerful and too difficult for sites to be listed in. It was soon acquired by Netscape in November 1998 and renamed the Netscape Open Directory. Later that month, AOL acquired Netscape, giving AOL control of The Open Directory. DMOZ continued on, although for...
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Google drops the Content Keywords feature from Google Search Console

It's now official. After hinting at removing the Google content keywords report from Google Search Console, Google finally did it. Google has just removed another feature from the Google Search Console: the content keywords report, one of the earliest features found in the Google Search Console when it was first built. Google said when the tool first launched, this report was the “only way to see what Googlebot found when it crawled a website.” Now, you have features like Search Analytics and Fetch, and others. Google also said “users were...
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Website Analyzer Update

We've updated our Website Analyzer tool so that all results are now cached and you can generate and download a full PDF report of the analysis, results and recommendations to improve your site on-page and off-page search engine optimization. The Website Analyzer tool is one of the most powerful scripts on our site, it will provide a clear and comprehensive crawl report of your entire website. Discover site strengths and weaknesses in minutes. Get an analysis report of more than 50 criteria based on SEO, design, content, performance and accessibility. This complete...
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Mobile Speed — is it killing your conversion rate?

No surprise - speed continue to be one of the biggest bearings on usability and conversions across devices. But on mobile, it’s especially problematic. Limited processing power, lower connection speed, and spotty service present unique challenges to mobile devices that most desktops don’t experience. How that translates, is through decreasing mobile conversion rates on purchase, losing these visits to competitors, while also diminishing brand value in the process. Of the 87% of US citizens who own mobile devices, 90% use their devices to go online. Most staggering though, 74% will...
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Getting Top Content Quality with AnalyzeAcademicHelp.net

Guest Post from Brian Johnson. Bio: Brian Johnson is a super-talented content manager at AcademicHelp.net. He likes poetry and adores haikus. Nowadays with the majority of aspiring new specialists, one of the main SEO bottlenecks hides in the quality of content released by the resource. Having spent little time in the field it gets beyond obvious that SEO is a collaborative effort. In this regard content updates are no different from any other component. You need a specialized team member for every separate task if you want to have it done...
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