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HTTP/2 is Major Upgrade to Site Speed and Easy for Small Business

I am now back in New Jersey after spending my annual week in Seattle at the SMX Advanced conference, updating and working with the best minds in the industry to see what works and what does not, and what is safe and what is not. One of the major takeaways I had from the event [...]

Greater New York Chamber of Commerce SEO Presentation

I had the absolute pleasure this morning to present to the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce about all things search, including SEO, Google Ads, GMB, and more. We had a nice group of around 50 pack into the networking room on 44th street in midtown Manhattan to walk through the important aspects of search. [...]

2019 Growing Ranking Factors: Lighthouse and UX

In the second of my posts on growing SEO Ranking Factors in 2019, I want to touch on Google's Lighthouse tool. As Google tries to turn more and more of your user experiences into specific metrics, the Lighthouse tool is an open window into much of the data that they are using to determine UX. [...]

Crawl Budget and Indexing Matters More in 2019 for Small Businesses

In recent weeks, crawl budget and indexing questions and issues have come up more and more with prospects and clients.  Crawl budget and indexing issues were once more a big site issue, but now something smaller businesses need to be conscious of.  As we continue to grow good content for all of our sites, we [...]

SEO is About Trust and What Does Google Trust?

With a number of major recent tweaks to the Google algorithm, I wanted to touch on what Google currently values in a site to try to move it up or down in the rankings. This isn't meant to be the standard "links are important" article, but more a way to get you thinking about what [...]

Why Did My SEO Traffic Stop? SEO Audits with Solutions

I still regularly get calls from business owners who seemed to have a sudden disappearance from search.  This post is to help these people.  If you aren't close to the search industry and living with Google algorithm changes and adjustments every day, often you think that you hit a button or made some change that [...]

Avoid The Biggest SEO Mistake Regularly Made With Site Redesigns

I have posted about the importance of redirects when doing site updates or redesigns in the past, but I am seeing more and more complication with the problem in recent months than ever before. Having your redirects done incorrectly or not at all can be one of the most devastating things you can do to [...]

Technical SEO Gets More Important As Your Site Gets Bigger

The driving mantra for SEO is that "Content is King" and I often struggle to get clients to keep adding content pages to their site to "feed the Google beast".  Google views your site as an entity and assigns it topical trust so the more pages you have building up your topical trust the better. [...]

NYC Technical SEO in the Manhattan Subway: Get Found

This month as part of my You Can Be Found Anywhere video series, I am in the New York City Subway system, talking about technical SEO. The inner workings and train lines in New York City are what keep everything running as smoothly and cleanly as possible. When the trains are down, it seems that [...]

Cache Plugin Helped Instantly Speed Things Up Substantially

With all of the focus on the importance of speed for SEO, I figured I should actually take a look at my own often neglected site and see how I stand from a speed perspective. The answer was not good. I did a gtmetrix.com speed test on one of my core service pages and got [...]