Category: SEO

November 11, 2023
Best Ways To Increase Your Website Traffic

Pixabay Increased traffic leads to increased sales. It’s a no-brainer in business. To increase your website sales, you first must work to ensure as many people are visiting your website as possible. If you’re one of the many business owners who has spent countless hours perfecting their website only to find that no-one is visiting, you aren’t alone. You’ve come to the right place to get advice for driving people to your website as organically as possible.

May 8, 2023
Google Analytics accuracy

Google Analytics is a widely used web analytics service provided by Google. Google designs it to track and report website traffic and provide insights into user behavior and engagement. While people consider Google Analytics a reliable tool, it is critical to understand its limitations and potential sources of inaccuracy. Several factors can affect the accuracy of Google Analytics data. 1. Data Collection Limitations Google Analytics relies on JavaScript code placed on web pages to collect data.

April 5, 2023
Best practices to decide on backlinks for your blog post or blog homepage

Should backlinks be for your blog post or blog homepage? Backlinks are crucial for both your blog post and homepage. However, the type and quantity of backlinks may vary depending on your specific goals for each. If you want to drive traffic to a blog post, it’s a good idea to focus on building backlinks that point directly to that post. On the other hand, if you want to improve the authority and visibility of your blog, it’s important to build backlinks to your homepage as well.

April 4, 2023
Five reasons why your new blog lose traffic after Google updates

It’s not because Google hates you or your blog. There is nothing personal here. Read on these five reasons below. Algorithm changes Google updates its algorithm regularly, which affects your search engine rankings. If your blog post ranked highly for a particular keyword, and then the algorithm changes, it may no longer rank as highly, leading to a drop in traffic. It’s possible the new algorithm put the domain age into the calculation.

December 7, 2022
Google Search brings continuous scrolling to desktop

What does it mean for searchers? Long ago, when you searched on Google and you didn’t find what you’re looking for, you scrolled to the bottom of the result page. Then, you had to click the page number there. Now, it’s different at least for those who used Google search in the United States. Now, when you scroll down the Google search result page, it will load more search results. So, it continues as you scroll down.

January 14, 2022
Low-Hanging Fruit: Easy Ways To Improve A Website

(Image Credit) Making the best website for your business is never an easy task. While there are plenty of resources out there that can help you with this, most people simply don’t have the experience to take something like this on. This leaves a lot of companies to deal with websites that simply don’t meet their standards. To help you out with this, this article will be exploring four of the easiest ways to improve your website, focusing on keeping spending to a minimum.

October 31, 2020
How I solve weird CLS issue: more than 0.25

If you don’t know, CLS is one of the main factors in SE now. It stands for Cumulative Layout Shift. Google on has explained it in detail. But, even following all the guidelines, the CLS score is still nearly 1. How I solve this weird CLS problem? Let’s inspect them one by one. Images without dimensions The page has no images. So, this doesn’t apply at all. I have checked the Network tab on the Chrome dev console.

August 1, 2019
Things that forced me to leave GA for AWStats

Starting on this first day of August, I decided to remove Google Analytics (GA). Ever since I migrate this blog to a new host that gives me AWStats on the cPanel, it looks like there are more and more things that make sense to leave GA for AWStats. Ad-block usage According to, the Ad-blocking user penetration in the United States is 25.8% on this 2019. This is expecting to raise in the upcoming years.

June 3, 2019
Fix “All values provided for URL must point to the same page”

How to Fix “All values provided for URL must point to the same page”? Is it really Google SDTT bug? I don’t think so. Read on. Background Let’s start with the background how did I stumble upon that issue. This begins with one of the tasks on the on-going project I am working on. The task asked me to implement Google’s structure data so the site will be eligible for a list-like display called a carousel (doc: https://developers.

June 3, 2019
How I reduce CSS size under 50KB for AMP

Here’s how I reduce CSS size under 50KB for AMP. It’s mandatory requirement from Google AMP. The short answer: remove the unused CSS codes for the page you’re going to convert to AMP. Long answer: Easier said than done, especially when the webpage you’re going to convert to AMP had very large CSS codes. Read on my own story below . . . I am getting more and more requests to build AMP pages from existing pages.

June 3, 2019
How to unlock not provided keywords in google analytics

If your site happened to have Google Analytics installed, then you must have noticed that **(not provided) ** keywords on the table for “Organic Search” traffic source. So, how to unlock not provided keywords in google analytics? Because it’s true that there are many ways to unlock it. But most of them are complicated, even for developers. Not to mention that most are failed or not working anymore. Others are just the way too complicated, in my opinion, it’s even not worth the hurdles unless your “Organic Traffic” percentage is huge.

June 3, 2019
How to use ranktank google sheets real-time keyword tool

If you have not heard or known about this free and simple keyword tool, you should check this Rank tank tool. But you may overlook the easy way to use it. If so, here’s how to use ranktank Google sheets real-time keyword tool. I’ll give you the link at the end of the article. First, let me tell you the story how I stumbled upon this free and real-time tool ( which is very rare because even Google Search Console tool is not real time, at least at the time I wrote this ).

June 3, 2019
HSTS Preload List Commitment

If your site is now running on https protocol, you may think for inclusion into the Chrome’s HSTS Preload List. But, before you do it, here’s the HSTS Preload List Commitment you must have. Being included in the Chrome HSTS Preload List means Chrome and other major browsers will only open your site and all of its subdomains with https only. This means you have the commitment to provide https for your site and all of its subdomains.

June 3, 2019
Should I install Google Analytics?

I admit it that on every web development project I’ve worked since 2010, Google analytics is always there. Should I install Google Analytics? Or should I not? Let’s see. Either it’s installed through a WordPress plugin, or was called from a shared partial file (for Rails app), or even just hardcoded on the HTML file, it’s always there. Sometimes, I wonder… is it that important for all the sites? Should I install Google analytics for all of the sites I am working on?

June 3, 2019
Why AMP is important?

If you think patience is a virtue, try surfing the net without high-speed internet. Here’s why AMP is important and why it will get more important in the future? That’s the moment your patience jumps through the window, but thanks to AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) loading pages and sites over the internet speed is increasing day in day out. That’s for us who search for information over the internet what about you who puts the information on the internet, be a blogger or site owner?