JavaScript: SEO Mythbusting – What Google Wants

JS – or Javascript is a one of the core programming languages of the World Wide Web. First used by Netscape in 1995 as a way to make pages more dynamic, it was adapted and adopted and as of 2019 can be seen in around 95% of all web pages built (There are over...

Structured Data: SEO Mythbusting – What Google Wants

Structured data formats are rules that standardize the structure and content of a webpage. Google is asking all of us to surface structured data to their crawlers by marking up our HTML with RDFa and Microformats. Google’s John Mueller made it clear that Google...

Googlebot: SEO Mythbusting – What Google Wants

Google’s main crawler is called Googlebot . Googlebot retrieves the content of webpages (the words, code and resources that make up the webpage). It then sends the information to Google. Google uses this information in its Google search engine to determine what...

Page Speed: SEO Mythbusting – What Google Wants

It’s all about speed – no one wants to wait for a page to load – and Google has been saying for ages that they want a super fast internet. Basically Page Speed can be simply stated as “the amount of time that it takes for a webpage to...

SEO Mythbusting 101

Wondering how to do SEO? So are millions of other people around the world. Long gone are the days of keyword stuffing, cheaply made articles that have a 400-word count from ‘Native English Writers’ (that also say will pass Copyscape) No, Google wants and...