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  • JavaScript Frameworks in SEO

    Websites built using JavaScript frameworks have not always been considered the best option for SEO. But while ranking highly in the search results has continued to become more and more important over the years, client-side rendered JavaScript sites are no problem. This article will look at some of the technical considerations when using JavaScript frameworks […]

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  • The Complete Guide to JavaScript for SEO

    JavaScript has become an important way to make web pages more interactive, by adding more dynamic elements, animations and special visual effects that would be difficult or impossible to achieve using HTML and CSS. It has been around for decades – it was reportedly created in just ten days in September 1995 by Netscape programmer […]

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  • How to overcome technical debt in SEO

    SEO faces many challenges, ranging from daily tweaks to Google’s algorithms and occasional Google core updates, to internal struggles overcoming the usual business bureaucracy and red tape. One of the biggest problems many organisations face is delays in implementing technical SEO tweaks. The responsibility for this often lies with internal IT teams, but they, in […]

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  • Five ways to optimise your SEO for January Sales

    2020 has provided various curveballs for businesses and has made it extremely important for companies to have an online presence with an eCommerce website. With the new year looming, the likelihood of being able to take advantage of the high street sales are potentially in limbo, which is why eCommerce SEO is paramount. Here are […]

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  • SALT.agency welcomes Keira Davidson to the team

    We are pleased to share that Keira Davidson recently joined the SALT.agency team as a senior SEO executive. Keira previously worked as an SEO executive for two years and joins us from Click Consult, based in Hooton. Before she began her SEO career, Keira competed in canoe slalom, through which she represented Ireland at international […]

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  • How to decrease eCommerce product returns through SEO

    Research into online shopping habits found out that almost one-third of shoppers deliberately purchase more products than they intend to keep. With that statistic in mind, reducing eCommerce product returns may seem like mission impossible. However, 19% of respondents answered that they tend to order multiple sizes or colour versions of the same item, to […]

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  • How do you tidy .htaccess redirects?

    A .htaccess file is a way to change the configuration of an Apache Web Server to enable or disable the software’s features and functionality – including, crucially for SEO purposes, a way to directly manage your website redirects.By listing website redirects in .htaccess you can ensure that visitors are sent to the best place if […]

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  • How to maximise the customer journey in eCommerce

    The eCommerce customer journey does not start when somebody arrives at your website and does not end when they buy your products or services.In fact, the start of that journey can happen long before they ever visit your site and can continue through the delivery and returns process, and into subsequent orders from the same […]

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  • Custom Extraction Using Sitebulb & Screaming Frog

    For a while now, I have been using custom extraction to perform routine technical SEO tasks. Some of the examples I have used it for, include finding keywords for internal linking opportunities, identifying the number of products within a category and identifying tags across a website. For this, my go-to method is typically using XPath […]

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