Getting displayed in the Google knowledge graph panel to the right of its organic search results is important for your business, improving brand awareness and SEO, and ultimately bringing you more customers.
A selection of articles to help website owners and developers
Have you ever wondered why some businesses get additional links below their main URL in Google search results? They are called sitelinks and get displayed for branded searches where the result is already in the top position.
Website visitors really do respond more to content in posts that contain great images. Learn how to use images in your blog posts, and how to optimise them.
Pamper your business and website in 2019 and use more premium services. They are likely to more than pay for themselves.
WordPress uses Categories and Tags to help group similar content together for easy reference. Make sure you have a strong strategy for using categories and tags to improve your visitor experience and help your SEO.
Blocking SEMrush bot might be necessary if you are seeing a sudden increase in bandwidth, especially if your Google Analytics isn’t showing it.
Your WordPress theme may default to displaying archive pages with a snippet of text taken from the first 55 words. This is unlikely to be ideal for you, your visitors, or search engines. Using the excerpt gives you more control.