As your websites get older, you need to do more in order to keep them fit for the search engines. Is your site SEO fit? Are you managing your site's content well enough to get the rankings your content deserves?
Sites get bigger. We keep on adding content but tend to forget to clean up. As the web grows older, more and more sites are growing older and bigger as well. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. Google loves authority, so being around for a long time pays off. However, your website does need to stay fit. Old content needs to be updated, your internal linking strategy needs to stay top-notch and your keyword research has to remain fresh. What can you do to keep your website SEO fit? In this post, we will guide you through 7 ways to improve the content SEO fitness of your website!
Every business wants to launch a website that is going to set them apart from the rest of the people in their industry. But hey, everyday 822,240 websites get connected to the internet adding to the list of 644 million websites that are currently online. All are fiercely fighting for the attention of visitors, but how many of them are really achieving that?
Do you have a website? Has it ever been compromised?
Statistics show that in the average lifespan of a site, at some point, it would inevitably be breached in one form or another. Naturally, this is not 100% guaranteed to happen, but we often neglect our security until it’s too late. When you have a website hacked, follow this guide and all should be fine in the end.
Given all the events of the past month, we thought it would be useful to provide an update on where we stand as a company. No one is immune to the issues the world is dealing with today, and nobody could have predicted that the coronavirus outbreak will wreak havoc on such a scale.