Breaking down leads by location

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Knowing the physical location of where your website’s leads are coming from is useful knowledge to have, and there are many ways to find this out, just as there are equally many ways you can interpret the data. In this article I will cover a few ways you can gather location data and display it …

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The SEO guide to the Google Lighthouse tool

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Google Lighthouse is fast becoming one of my favourite technical tools for auditing mobile websites. Many still use the tool to audit the web performance (site speed) of their mobile webpages but the tool can offer much more guidance on how to improve a webpage or app. In this article I will run through what …

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Still on HTTP? What remainers need to know about HTTPS

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On 8 February Emily Schechter, writing on Google’s security blog, reminded website owners and developers that HTTPS encryption is not just a momentary fad, but it is something that Google will be pushing for the long term. She also stated that “a larger subset of HTTP pages” will soon be marked as “not secure” by Chrome. …

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SiteBulb – A great technical SEO tool

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How can SiteBulb enhance your technical SEO? SiteBulb offers technical SEO insights that no other tool (that I have used), does on the market, and it will make you rethink and update your knowledge base of technical SEO. This article was originally going to be a ‘section dissection’ where I go through each of the categories …

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Verify which pages/URLs on your site have been indexed using Screaming Frog

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How do you check which pages/URLs on your site have been indexed on Google? I am acutely aware that this subject has been covered so many times in the past, using various methods, from Paul Shapiro’s Phyton’s script, which apparently upset the powers that be, understandably, as bulk checking Google index is against G’s terms …

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Preventing migrations from flying south

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So far 2017 has been the year of the migration, with Google increasingly pressing on web masters to be secure and mobile responsive. Migrations however aren’t cookie cutter projects, and vary wildly in terms of both scope, complexity and risk. Switching to Https from Http on a small/reasonably sized website of a few hundred URLs …

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