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3 Advanced SEO Techniques You Need to Know
The world of search engine optimization is a complicated one, and if you’re a “non-techie” business owner who’s been thrown into webmaster duties for the simple sake of having a business web presence, just learning the basics of SEO might seem overwhelming.
Essential On-Page SEO Techniques
Much of the search engine optimization (SEO) world revolves around generating backlinks that point back towards your website, but there’s a whole other set of best practices you need to be applying to your site as you build it in order to ensure success with the search engines. So today, let’s look at on-page SEO and how it can improve your site’s chances of generating traffic through the natural search results.
How Homestead Websites Save You Money
If you're in the process of starting your first ecommerce business, you know that every penny counts. In fact, saving money in one area – like your website design – could mean the difference between fully stocking your store at its launch or flying by the seat of your pants and hoping that no one orders those few items you haven't yet been able to purchase.
The Top 7 Website Marketing Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them)
Website marketing is a complex practice, but it’s one that’s crucial to master in order to get the most out of the website you’ve invested so much time and effort into building. So as you go about improving your web marketing skills, keep an eye out for the following mistakes. They’re quite common to new website owners, but can easily be avoided if you know what to watch out for.
The Top 7 Split Tests You Should be Running on Your Site
Today, we’re going to break down the “Top 7” split tests you should perform on your website first. Hopefully, this guide will give you a concrete, actionable strategy for getting started with split testing on your site.
Site Speed: Why It Matters and What You Should Know
From a personal enjoyment standpoint, you know how frustrating it can be to wait around for a slow-loading website. You’ve clicked through a new page because you’re interested in the content posted there – so every second spent waiting makes you less and less interested in what the site has to offer. If it’s your site that’s slow, you could be losing tons of impatient visitors who aren’t willing to stick around and wait for your content to load!

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