Nicole Krug — February 27, 2020 Blogging for SEO is full of challenges: what to write about, what keywords to use, structuring your post with images and headers. You know there are a lot of things to consider, but one thing many people don’t stop to consider is whether they’re using the blog categories and … Continue reading 5 Pieces of Advice for Using Categories and Tags on Your Blog
Kristina Henry — October 29, 2019 TL;DR Our conclusion is that while it’s fine to stick with one H1 per page, multiple H1s can be used as long as they are not being overused to the point of spamming, and the H1s fit contextually within the structure of the page. Update: Google created a video … Continue reading The Truth About Multiple H1 Tags and SEO
Brian Shivraj — April 19, 2019 — April 19, 2019 How can Google Analytic Tags help you? If you are looking for a way to learn even more about your online presence, analytical tags are a good way to find out more information about the traffic on your website. By having an analytical tag system … Continue reading Where to Place Google Analytic Tags?
Bill Reynolds — August 26, 2018 Follow @BillReyCooks — August 26, 2018 So what are meta robot tags? First things first, what is a meta robot tag? A meta robot tag is a tag imbedded in your website that tells search engines what to look for. It lets search engines know what to follow and … Continue reading What Are Meta Robot Tags?
Saurabh Kumar — October 6, 2017 Follow @ineptikus — October 6, 2017 StockSnap / Pixabay Migrating a web analytics tag manager can be as daunting as a new tag implementation on the entire site. On large sites, implementing a tag manager like GTM may impose serious challenges, if not implemented correctly. However, migrating to a … Continue reading Migrating Web Analytics Tags to a Tag Manager
What happens when canonical tags get out of control and how can you rein them in? Columnist Patrick Stox shares his findings and insights. Patrick Stox on September 29, 2017 Being a technical SEO, I love digging into any weird problems where things don’t seem to work as expected. Canonical tags seem easy enough, … Continue reading Canonical tags gone wild
Steven Shattuck — September 1, 2017 Follow @stevenshattuck — September 1, 2017 If you’re like anyone with an office job, you’re probably going to write dozens of emails today to an individual recipient. Mix in a few personal emails, and you’ll quickly find that a large chunk of your day is spent crafting the subject … Continue reading Think Twice Before Adding Merge Tags to Fundraising Email Subject Lines
Mike Allton — June 23, 2017 Follow @Mike_Allton — June 23, 2017 Have you ever wanted to let someone else know that you were talking about them in a post to Facebook? Or perhaps you wanted to share something about a particular business and would have liked to notify their Page. But you couldn’t get … Continue reading The Complete Guide to Facebook Mentions and Tags for People and Pages
Columnist Patrick Stox outlines when to use the canonical tag, as well as some common problems that occur during implementation. Patrick Stox on May 12, 2017 In an ideal world, there would only be one version of each page. Too bad the world is messy and the same content can exist at multiple locations on … Continue reading Canonical tags are easy, right? What’s the worst that could happen?
Aleh Barysevich — March 5, 2017 Follow @ab80— March 5, 2017 While Search Engine Optimization (SEO) as a whole hasn’t undergone massive changes in recent years, it’s still important to stay on top of best practices to ensure that your site has a fair shot at success. HTML is made up of clear, specific tags—which … Continue reading How Important Are Tags for SEO?