Articles in the Technical SEO Category

Sure, you can see your website content, but can the search engines? Learn about the complexities of technical SEO and the many hindrances some websites face when it comes to being “found.” This includes unfriendly code and site architectures. Learn what you can do to change your website’s Organic visibility by making the technical changes necessary to improve your visibility.

May 20 2019

The Potential Dangers of Dynamic and Hidden Content

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Content and SEO go hand in hand. It’s hard to have success in either, without the help of the other. How you display your important content on a page can have a large impact on that page’s rankings and SEO performance. Although there are many ways to display content on a web page, there are two that could lead to a negative impact in SEO performance. The two methods that could be cause for concern are when content is “dynamically displayed” or “hidden.” To know why dynamic and hidden content could affect your SEO efforts, it’s important to first know how a Search Engine works. If you’re already familiar with how search engines work, feel free to skip to the next section, “Differences Between Dynamic & Hidden Content.”

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June 4 2015

8 SEO Issues We Consider When Evaluating a CMS

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Choosing a CMS is a careful balance between what you need in terms of functionality, what’s functional with your existing technology and platforms, what’s best for your users, and of course, SEO considerations. When evaluating content management systems for clients, there are more than 70 aspects we take into consideration. Some of those considerations have to do with SEO, but there are many that do not. It is important to consider your goals and what you are hoping to gain by choosing a new CMS:Read More

September 17 2014

SSL & SEO: What You Need to Know

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There has been a lot of talk lately about Google’s decision to make site security a ranking factor for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). But whether or not you switch from an unsecure site (HTTP) to a secure site (HTTPS) currently has very little to do with SEO. There are bigger questions to consider, including the size of your website, what your website is used for and what kind of resources you have to implement and manage a secure site.

Let’s look at some basics:

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