Connect Social Media

Connect Social Media

It’s simple, you want to connect your website to your social media profiles such as Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin (and other relevant platforms) to show search engines that these are all assets of your brand. Your want to pool these channels you worked so...
No-index tags

No-index tags

If you’ve been wondering why a site you want to visit isn’t showing up in Google search results, it might be because the webmaster has configured the site to not to appear. You can achieved this with a “no index” tag added to the HTML code for specific pages on the...
Canonicalization

Canonicalization

Canonicalization is a technique that aims to address duplicate content issues by specifying which URL of a page should be shown in search engine results. A canonical tag (aka “rel canonical”) is a way of telling crawlers that a particular URL is a...
Robots.txt file

Robots.txt file

A robots.txt record may be a content record webmasters make to educate web robots on how to crawl pages on their site. There is a bunch of web standards that direct how search engine bots crawl the internet, get to and record content, and serve that content up on the...
SSL

SSL

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a security protocol that provides cryptographic protection of information during transmission. SSL’s main purpose is to create and maintain an encrypted link between the client and server. SSL is one of the earliest encryption...
Page speed metrics

Page speed metrics

Page speed is the amount of time that it takes for a webpage to load. A page’s loading speed is determined by several different factors, including a site’s server, page filesize, and image compression. There are many tools available online that allow you to check your...