Google Search is Going Mobile-First – Here’s What It Means for Your WordPress Site

If you’re a WordPress website admin who is starting to feel some heat over Google’s mobile-first index and how search engine rankings will be affected as a result, you’re not alone. Webmasters and SEOs are scrambling to transform antiquated websites into more mobile-responsive versions. But before making any major changes, it makes sense to know […] View original post at …

How to Support Your Small Business Clients’ Success with Local SEO

Having worked in marketing for some time now, I’ve become quite familiar with the small business owner mindset: “I want the perfect website. For cheap. And to generate at least 100 leads for my business starting. Right. Now.” That’s a really tall—and, quite frankly, unfair—order to fill. You’re a developer, not a miracle worker. I […] View original post at …

11 SEO Tips for Writing Meta Descriptions That Get More Clicks

You’ve done a thorough job optimizing your website for search engines. Your site’s crazy-fast, images look great, and content is tagged for easier scanning. Now it’s time to pay attention to those 155 characters (or less) that will the users. Below is what your page’s and post’s meta description looks like in search. There’s just […] View original post at …

Ultimate Guide to WordPress Migrations and SEO: Pre-Migration Prep

There are many reasons you might need to migrate a WordPress site – a change of domain name or perhaps moving a blog from a subdomain to a subdirectory. Whatever the reason, it is important to factor in SEO when considering a WordPress migration. But why, exactly, do you need to keep SEO in mind? There are many signals that can affect organic …