Probably everyone else remembers how to do this, but I didn’t, and if it helps even one person I’ll be glad. Suppose you’re writing a blog post, and suppose you want to link to a nice useful chart on a page in someone else’s site. It’s very easy. Step 1, create the link in your […]
Moz has a good article (from 2014 and kind of long but really a good resource) here about how Google names different parts of their algorithm (just when you thought those guys couldn’t get any darn cuter, they do and go something like this). It’s been that way for years, but I didn’t realize they […]
Great, simple, easy to read article about categories and tags in WordPress. However you feel about Divi/ET, this is a good read! Notice my restrained use of only one category for this post, btw.
Briefly – maybe…so why risk it? Great article trying to puzzle out if Google will put a black mark on your Permanent Record for duplicate content on multiple pages on your site. Their mouths/Twitter account say no…but their hearts say yes. For SEO, it is not necessarily the abundance of duplicate content on a website that is […]
I’m usually too undisciplined to read these sorts of articles, and I just skip ahead to any words I see in bold. However, I forced myself to read at least the first half of this Google Guidelines article. It’s worth your time, really! Depending on the complexity of the layout of your site, you might […]
So there are indications that pretty soon all the popular kids will be wearing SSL certificates. Google is issuing some indications that it will smile on sites with ssl certs (ie, it is now a ranking signal), so getting one for your site is not a bad idea. You can pay GoDaddy approx $65 for […]