Tag Archives: SEO: Site Speed

Auditing customer reviews for organic traffic growth without losing speed or attracting penalties

Looking for ways to beef up retailer product pages? Contributor Karen Bone points out five common areas of untapped value in your customer reviews that can drive organic traffic.

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Making website speed and performance part of your SEO routine

Monitoring webpage performance is key to avoiding setbacks when algorithms change. Contributor Bobby Lyons points out ways to adapt everyday SEO activities so a website will thrive regardless of algorithm updates.

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The need for speed: Google dedicates engineering team to accelerate development of WordPress ecosystem

Google’s partnership with WordPress aims to jump-start the platform’s support of the latest web technologies — particularly those involving performance & mobile experience. And they’re hiring WordPress experts.

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Google’s Page Speed Update does not impact indexing

In response to questions raised in the community, here’s clarification about how indexing is impacted by the Google Page Speed Update.

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Will AMP improve your rankings? How to set up an AMP test

Wondering if AMP is worth the investment? Columnist Stephanie LeVonne walks through how to set up a test to determine what kind of boost, if any, you can expect from implementing AMP across your mobile site.

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3 SEO tasks to start 2018 off with a bang

Wondering where to focus your efforts this year in order to gain an edge over your competitors? Columnist Jeremy Knauff has some ideas.

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What’s next for technical SEO?

As web technologies continue to grow and evolve, interest in technical SEO is growing along with it. Columnist Patrick Stox looks ahead to see what advancements are on the horizon and how these may impact technical SEO.

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FAQs on new Google Speed Update: AMP pages, Search Console notifications & desktop only pages

A page with AMP but a slow canonical URL will not be impacted by this update, assuming the AMP URL is not slow, Google told us.

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Google PageSpeed Insights now uses real data from Chrome browser users

Google has revamped their pagespeed tool to give more insights into how fast their pages really load.

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AMP: A case for websites serving developing countries

As the gap in connection speeds between developed and developing nations continues to widen, columnist Alexis Sanders argues that brands can use Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) to address this gap.

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