Other than for the obvious reasons of wanting you and your visitor’s data to remain safe, there are other benefits of making sure your website is secure. In an attempt to make the internet a safe place to b, and do business the search engines are going to be dropping site ranks on websites that are not delivered over SSL.
If you use a blog or social media for your business, then you will know how much effort goes into keeping those medias updated and current. Therefore, you want every aspect to be working as hard as possible for you. So here are the ideal image sizes for your blog and all major social media networks.
If you would rather use a program to resize your images for blogging and social media then take a look at Canva. It is a really simple system and one we would highly recommend.
We’re back with the sixth part of our brand audit series! Once you have audited your site’s content and functionality, the next step is to review your search engine optimisation. In this part, our aim is to edit, check and clean up any SEO that you have done in the past so that it is working for your business today.
As we talked about off-site SEO the other week (what you and others do away from your site to boost your optimisation) this post is going to focus on tidying up your on-site SEO.
Off-site search engine optimisation isn’t just about links. There’s more to it than that. As online business owners, we tend to focus our efforts solely on on-site SEO, but we shouldn’t stop there. To a large extent, the things that now matter most to Google happen away from your website.
Search engine optimisation can seem a daunting prospect, especially when you’re not sure where to start or the best way to approach the search engines. However, if you can develop a basic understanding of off-site optimisation then you’ll already be on the road to off-site SEO success.