The 8 Best Keyword Research Tools (Almost All Free!)

The 8 Best Keyword Research Tools: 1. WordStream’s Keyword Tool (free) 2. Soovle (free) 3. Ubersuggest (free) 4. Serpstat ($19) 5. Search Term/Query Reports (free-ish) 6. Google Keyword Planner (free) 7. Competitor Source Code (free) 8. Google Ads Display Planner (free)

13 Super-Easy Ways to Immediately Improve Your SEO Rankings

What comes to mind when you see the term “SEO“? Where do you focus all your energy when you’re trying to improve SEO ranking of your website? Most people focus a large proportion of their time on “keywords” and not much else. However, if you’ve been working diligently on keyword optimization but are still not getting the results you want, you may need to consider other factors that affect SEO ranking. Search engine algorithms not only rate the relevance of your keywords on pages, and in the meta data, in relation to a user’s search terms, but they also evaluate information such as the duration visitors stay on your site, bounce rate, broken links, pages viewed, inbound and outbound links and so on…

How to Get Google to Instantly Index Your New Website

Learn how to get your new website indexed instantly in Google. From creating a sitemap to submitting your URL to Google, get step by step instructions. Organic search traffic is critical for growing your website and business. In fact, it’s the source of over half of all site traffic, on average, as compared to just 5% from social media.

Hey Google, what's new with the Assistant at CES this year?

We’re announcing new features and products to connect your home, improve your bedtime routine and stay productive on the road with the Google Assistant.

Pick up where you left off on Search

New activity cards in Search help you pick up where you left off, with quick access to previous pages visited and related searches to continue your exploration.

Take These 5 Steps Before your SEO Expert Ruins your Website Completely

Is the SEO work being done for your website confusing you or not getting you the desired results or getting you anywhere further? This post lifts the veil behind this conundrum and even offers up to five action points you can use to clear your doubts and save the soul of your money site.

5 Reasons to Add Structured Data to Your Site

Structured data is a way of providing better context for Google, so it can read what is on your page and better understand it. It includes multi-platform supported markup to let you add a lot of important indexable information, often invisible to human users.