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  • Preventing user softlocks caused by interstitials & pop-ups

    Back in 2016, Google announced a change to its algorithm that focused around content accessibility for users, primarily focusing on interstitials, pop-ups, overlays, and modals on mobile devices that cause content to become obfuscated beyond a certain percentage, or are overly intrusive and require user interaction to then access content. It’s fair to say, that […]

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  • How website accessibility can benefit SEO

    Website accessibility is first and foremost about making sure visitors with specific accessibility requirements can ‘view’ your website, whether that means visually or using a screen reader to read the page aloud. In principle, accessibility is an issue that affects human visitors to your site. The search robots typically ‘fetch’ your pages as if they […]

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  • What is Structured Data?

    Structured data is a way for website owners to tell search engines like Google what the content on their website means. It adds context to content. The way we discover websites has gone through several changes over the years. To begin with, to visit a website, you just typed it into your address bar. Soon […]

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  • SEO Questions: What factors into website speed?

    Page speed is now a (small) factor in the mobile-first index, and therefore impacts SEO. It affects organic performance, and more importantly, user experience. Many people don’t consider speed since many websites are already in-line with modern standards. That said, it is regarded as one of the top ten SEO ranking factors. Speed is essential, […]

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  • Making sense of speed metrics

    Site speed is important for all site owners and SEOs to monitor. As you may already know, if a page takes longer than three seconds to load, half of visitors will choose to leave — and that is where your chance of conversion ends. It doesn’t matter how good your site looks or how great […]

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  • Migrating to SAP ERP & Hybris? Don’t forget SEO!

    SAP’s increased marketing and product innovations are leading to more enterprise-level organizations opting to migrate to their ERP and CRM solutions. As part of this movement, moving the front-end website over to the SAP Hybris platform is often sold in as part of the deal to ease integration with the new backend systems. Large eCommerce […]

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