Many businesses covet a spot on Page 1 of Google for that nice boost of visibility and targeted traffic. Some engage a digital marketing agency for Search Engine Optimization (SEO) services, while others go out into the trenches to discover how to play nice with Google’s algorithm. We’ll be covering an essential aspect of SEO
No one likes a slow site. In fact, Google states that 53% of mobile visitors will leave if your pages don’t load within three seconds. Fortunately, there are a few ways you and your SEO agency can improve your website’s page speed, and bring you closer to your digital marketing goals. Let’s take a look!
Find the right digital marketing agency to do your SEO, and your website shows up prominently when someone Googles for a product or service that your business offers. Of course, the reverse is true as well. In fact, there’s a common joke amongst SEOs: It may sound like an exaggeration, but there’s a reason why
On-page SEO is an extremely important aspect that businesses should care about. And that’s even more so when you’re thinking of engaging SEO services in Singapore - or even working on your website’s on-page SEO yourself. As we’ve mentioned in this article, it's essential to engage a professional digital marketing agency to plan out a
When you search on Google for a brand or business, it sometimes comes with a special section on the right, showing business details such as the address and opening hours (Figure 1). This special section is a business listing available in the form of a Knowledge Panel. Figure 1: Knowledge Panel
Google Sitelinks? The term may be unfamiliar, but it is actually referring to the sub-links that are below the first result on a Search Engine Results Page (SERP) (Figure 1). Usually, Google Sitelinks appear when users are searching for brands. The purpose of it is
It happens all the time. You start off a brand new day by doing a Google Search for your site or checking out your search rankings on Google Search Console. To your horror, you realized that the search rankings you took great pains to acquire have fallen! At this juncture, there is no use panicking.
Just in case you’re lost, here’s our previous article addressing the difference between the two and why you should switch to HTTPS. As we mentioned in that article, switching to HTTPS brings about extra security and ranking advantages as well. If you are not a web developer, switching from HTTP to HTTPS can be overwhelming
When you are surfing the web, do you notice this variation in the URLs? For some sites, the “Secure” label is present and the URL starts with “https” (Figure 1). On the other hand, there are sites where both the label and “https” are missing (Figure 1). Figure 1: URL of Zalora
When smartphones were first available, you probably experienced how difficult it was to view websites in their desktop version. As the usage of smartphones became prevalent, more websites became mobile-friendly. This means less tedious zooming in/out and scrolling sideways to view different sections. (Yay!) As you can tell, the impact of mobile-friendly sites on user