We already know the importance of a website’s load time in SEO and user experience. So, I recommend all webmasters to have a regular check of page speed and load time to make sure everything is fine on their website. If you are checking the performance metric of your website, you will see the term […].
I once checked my website’s sitemaps submitted on Google Search Console and found the error “Discovered – currently not indexed.” It means Google knows about these URLs but decided not to index them. Here’s a snapshot of how the error looks on the search console. Before I tell you how to fix the “Discovered – […].
The Keyword is a really important part of SEO. A web page is ranked on search engines depending on the keyword and its density on the web page. Writing on any random topic doesn’t help much. If you really want good traffic to your blog, you must write on trending topics and topics people are […].
When we talk about on-page SEO, most SEOs give a long checklist. This checklist also includes the optimization of the title tag of the web page. But you will be surprised to know that the title tag is just a tiny ranking factor. For those who don’t know what is the title tag, a title […].
Some SEOs recommend having short but meaningful URLs with keywords. Some even go ahead to claim that URL length is also an SEO factor. Is it really? URL length has been a topic of discussion in SEO communities for a long time. Several people believe that UEL length accrual affects SE efforts. But it was […].
Backlinks are really important to SEO. When a webpage links to your website or any webpage of your website, it is called a backlink. Google’s Page Rank algorithm used backlinks as primary criteria for evaluating a website. The more backings, the higher chances of better ranking in search. When SEO people started manipulating page rank […].