Google recently sunset the old version of their Search Console tools and migrated all webmasters over to the “new version” of Search Console. One of the features missing from the new version of Google’s webmaster tools is the “Fetch As Google” function underneath the Crawl tab. This was how webmasters could request that Google crawl and index new URLs on their site. However, websites can still do this in Search Console. It just works differently now.
Most people think “great content” is what’s going to help them improve their SEO standing. Alas, that isn’t true anymore. You could write an incredible article and that still would not be enough, unfortunately!
Or, worse yet, we’re leaving that up to chance as we’re already overloaded working on driving organic and paid traffic to our sites to keep the top of the funnel full.
Siobhan is lead of the Social media team at Yoast. She enjoys writing and is interested in basically any type of digital communication.
Handling your social media is a necessary part of any marketing strategy, but it’s also a vital part of any good SEO strategy. The popularity of social media has risen and probably will keep doing so.
After hours of coding, writing, designing, and optimizing, finally you are ready to live your new web page. But hey, why is my blog post not showing on Google?
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Definitions of brands often seem as abundant as the brands themselves. In the solemn treatises on what attributes a brand should embody, soul has been absent… until Sanjay Khosla dove in.
“Creativity is knowing how to hide your sources.” – Albert Einstein
With every year new techniques and trends making into the foray. It is important that the web designers play with the new motifs, experiment and explore to see how customers react to the new change. However, the question is, whether to follow the crowd or to do something diametrically opposite.
Following the trend means you are going with the style that has been proven to work. On the contrary, to be creative and stand out in the ‘crowd’, you might decide not to follow the trend.
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Surprised to see these two on the list? That’s understandable to some degree, as there are certainly more “exciting” technologies out there. But that doesn’t mean we should dismiss them.
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When designing a new website, there’s a long list of specifications and requirements you have to fulfill. It’s just the nature of web design these days. And at the top of that list sits responsive web design.
Thankfully, high-quality WordPress themes like BeTheme make it insanely easy to check off all the technical requirements you’re expected to meet — including responsive design. But why does it matter so much?
Guess how many websites exist in the world at this moment. Whatever your answer, we can assure you that the number reached well over 2 billion! That’s a two followed by nine zeroes!
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Our panel reveals what's on the horizon for web design.
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The world of web design doesn't stand still. In an effort to deliver the best user experiences and capitalise on the latest technological advances, web designers are constantly experimenting with new ways to build sites. And if a certain approach proves effective, it makes sense that it spreads like wildfire and becomes a web design trend.Seasoned web designers will have already seen plenty of industry trends rise and fall over the years, but the trends that succeed become so ingrained that it's easy to forget that they were once the hot new thing.
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May 10, 2018 | Web Design
Okay, y’all. We’re excited about this blog. Mostly because we are 😍 over the major design trends of 2018. They’re big. They’re bold. They’re everything.Trends come and go, so don’t feel the need to automatically incorporate all of these—or even one—if they don’t fit your brand or direction. But if you see anything that speaks to you as much as they speak to us, why not go for it? No design is permanent, and it can be fun to switch things up from time to time to keep your brand fresh.
What are some of the most effective ways to grab a user’s attention? What engages them most? Trends come and go, but it’s still important to know which trend best fits your project.
(This is a sponsored article.) Designers have a strange relationship with trends. On the one hand, when designers follow a crowd, they might feel that they aren’t able to express enough creativity. On the other hand, trends can tell designers a lot about user preferences — what people love, what they hate — and ultimately help designers to create products with better adoption rates.
Google’s John Mueller recently spoke on the topic of placing links and where on the page they hold the most value.
This was discussed during a Google Webmaster Central hangout on May 1 where the following question was submitted:
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