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The 20-Minute Technical SEO Workweek


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You know technical SEO is critical, but you don’t have time to stay on top of it.

I hear you.

Many SEO professionals are juggling 100 different tasks a week and can only focus on the next few big priorities.

But checking the most critical technical SEO issues weekly has a huge ROI.

I can already hear the counter arguments from full-time technical SEO pros – “you can’t even scratch the surface in 20 minutes a week.”

I agree.

But the point of this guide is to demonstrate how to monitor your most critical issues from a high level, and diagnose where to spend more energy digging in.

Some weeks, a 20-minute checkup may be all you need.

Other weeks, you may find a disastrous canonicalization error and call in the troops for an all-hands-on-deck assault.

If you’re lagging big time on monitoring your technical SEO, you’re about to get a big efficiency boost by following this workflow weekly.

1. Search Console Overview (Minutes 0-10)

There’s no better place to start than popping over to Search Console for a high-level scan of everything. The data is straight from Google, the dashboard is already built for you, and you already have it set up for your account.

What we’re looking for is glaring errors.

We’re not digging into pages to analyze small keyword movements.

We’re looking for the big kahunas of problems.

Start with the Overview section:


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Making a Statement: The Use of Stacked Text Blocks in Web Design

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It is so exciting to examine modern website designs and stumble upon tiny things that developers find adorable. “Tiny details make the difference” – we hear this a lot these days.

Indeed, it is true. These small unique solutions and tricks make projects stand out from the crowd. They make experiences original, and make user interfaces thrilling and unforgettable. These days, tiny trends prevail over the big ones.

Developers do not dwell on one big thing; they experiment with many smaller ideas. Therefore, we can witness stunning microscopic solutions that make the web diverse. One of those tiny trends is stacked text blocks on a homepage.

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The web has grown up, but browsers haven’t. It’s time for a reboot


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The web has grown up, but browsers haven’t. It’s time for a reboot

But what if the problem isn’t really our habits? Perhaps the problem is the tool we use – the web browser. It hasn’t changed much over the years, and yet it’s the application we rely on most when using a computer.

Imagine if your browser encouraged good habits instead of bad ones. Either we can all agree to try harder, or it’s time we rethought how a web browser works — and luckily for us, several visionary futurists are doing just that.

It's time to turn on HTTPS: The benefits are well worth the effort

HTTPS websites get a speed boost, better search engine rankings and fewer browser warnings

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Lucian Constantin By Lucian Constantin
Romania Correspondent, IDG News Service | MAR 14, 2017 5:30 AM PT

Over half of web browser connections are now encrypted.
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After Edward Snowden revealed that online communications were being collected en masse by some of the world's most powerful intelligence agencies, security experts called for encryption of the entire web. Four years later, it looks like we've passed the tipping point.

The number of websites supporting HTTPS -- HTTP over encrypted SSL/TLS connections -- has skyrocketed over the past year. There are many benefits to turning on encryption, so if your website does not yet support the technology it's time to make the move.

Recent telemetry data from Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox shows that over 50 percent of web traffic is now encrypted, both on computers and mobile devices. Most of that traffic goes to a few large websites, but even so, it's a jump of over 10 percentage points since a year ago.

Meanwhile, a February survey of the world's top 1 million most-visited websites revealed that 20 percent of them supported HTTPS, compared to around 14 percent back in August. That's an impressive growth rate of over 40 percent in half a year.

How to fix ransomware WannaCry attack

W. MI man hailed as hero for stopping global cyberattack

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — A massive worldwide cyberattack crippled computers worldwide in a blackmail scheme that demanded payment or else data systems would be impacted.

The attack hit computers in about 100 countries including China, Russia, France and Brittan where the National Health Service was compromised temporarily shutting down some emergency rooms and misdirecting ambulances.

But it was a computer security engineer who works out of his home in Fremont that brought the attack to a halt.

The attack happened Friday using a flaw in Microsoft systems that was revealed in a release of National Security Agency information. The malware named “WannaCry” created a huge mess.


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