Technical SEO is a bit of a rabbit hole, starting with implementing proactive measures to anticipate the foreseeable, to frantically creating reactive strategies to fix the broken. Whether preparing for a new site launch or auditing a site’s current health, having a technical SEO checklist in place can help to keep you organized and on track. At Captivate, we aren’t strangers to the technical challenges accompanying SEO. In fact, 2018 was a year of trial and testing, as we were involved in a number of technical clean-up projects and helped to reverse traffic drops across multiple sites. In turn, we are both inspired and equipped to share our ten-step technical SEO checklist for 2019.
Announced Tuesday, December 12 on the Webmaster Central Blog is Google's newly revamped “SEO Starter Guide.” The updated guide covers many relevant areas on to craft a more search engine friendly website. What makes it especially relevant is that the guide discusses many areas that often go overlooked. Before you check out the revamped SEO Starter Guide, we've provided a handful of SEO tips that align with key points made in the guide. You might find that these tips are more digestible and actionable as you go about creating a more search engine friendly website.
If you've been paying attention to Google Image Search lately, then you may have noticed some new changes. Now, related product images (including price information about those products) are appearing in the Image Search results. And it's not a PPC thing, either. It's a SEO thing, and it's prompting ecommerce marketers to ask the question: how can I get my products to appear in Google Image Search? Learn how.
Franchise SEO has become an increasingly important aspect to a franchisor's digital strategy. But When it comes to marketing multiple locations online, franchise SEO can often be a complex endeavor. These five elements to multi-location SEO should help your brand successfully attract customers for your franchisees by harnessing the power of search.