One of the most common mistakes that beginners make with their first website is that they do not optimise their images when adding them to their site. First, what does optimising an image mean? Optimising an image is basically to compress and...
RSS is dead.  Or at least, that's what you may think. In an era of Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and other Web 2.0 giants dominating the Internet, it's no surprise you will be tempted to do so. However, while RSS has definitely seen better...
What is QSR (Quoted Search Results)? QSR or Quoted Search Results gives you an idea of the number of websites or pages that have been indexed on Google for that particular keyword. They are different from the usual search results number...
There are plenty of dubious methods which black-hat marketers use, one of which is to create low-value and low-quality sites before linking to your main websites. Most of the time, they do this to make their low-quality website seem more legitimate...
Most experts would agree that having backlinks and great content are vital to the success of your SEO strategy. You've heard of on-page SEO optimisation I'm sure. Making sure the H1 and H2 tags are keyword-optimised, checking the number of times your keyword...
Internal linking is a part of on-page SEO (search engine optimization) that can be confusing to many people, especially beginners. In essence, internal links are links between the pages of your domain, including those in your header, menu, footers and sidebar. These...
If you've ever wondered about the optimal content length for SEO and whether longer or shorter is better, then this SEO tip will be for you. There have been many online debates about what works best, hence resulting in some...
Use content syndication as a way to maximise your content outreach, and in some cases, syndicate content from other sites to help boost content on your own website. You always want to get traffic and at times it can be...