Technical SEO may not be as exciting as the other elements of SEO, but without a strong technical foundation your SEO campaign will become far more difficult. Check out below all of our in-depth guides on Technical SEO.
Not sure what Not Provided is all about? Read our handy guide to learn all about it!
Need to weed out useless data from your Google Analytics profile? Learn all about the proper use of filters here!
Search engines can't see images the same way a person does; learn about the additional text identifiers your images need in order for search engines to get a full understanding of your content.
Site migrations can be difficult, and if done wrong there can be significant damage to your online business. Learn how to properly migrate your site here!
Ranking for Google Quick Answers can drive a significant amount of traffic to your website. Learn all about Quick Answers here, including how to rank for them.
While many desktop SEO best practices apply to mobile, there are some important things to keep in mind for mobile devices - especially when it comes to user experience, design, and performance. But first, why should you care about mobile anyways?
A/B testing allows SEO professionals to experiment with how a change made to a client’s website would influence a KPI - and avoid the risk of making the wrong choice.
Learn about what page speed and site speed are, and why they are important for SEO.
This guide will help take you step by step though the process of installing and setting up the AMP plugin for your WordPress blog.
Proper use of hreflang is incredibly important for international websites and businesses, as well as websites that have users from multiple languages visiting the site.
Canonicalization is necessary to establish a single true web page that takes precedence over all other versions in the eyes of the search engines.
Learn how to take your site from HTTP to HTTPS from one of our own who has done this himself!
Structured data, also referred to as schema markup, are code snippets added to a webpage’s HTML to provide users and search engines with more information about the page.
A 301 redirect is a permanent way of moving a web page from its existing URL to a new URL. It automatically takes both users and search engine crawlers from the old location to the new one.
Learn the technical tools of the trade with our On-Site SEO cheat sheet to master how to properly optimize a website.
Ever wonder how to locate the dark traffic your site is getting? Check out our guide to learn how you can identify the dark traffic for your site.
Learn how to build and optimize your XML Sitemap to help search engines more accurately crawl your site.