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Google AMP update: content has to match the Canonical page one

Starting February 1, 2018, Google will enforce a policy that requires that content in AMP pages has to be equivalent to their original canonical pages. Although Google stated that AMP is still not a ranking signal, we think that this policy is going to...

Google Mobile First Index to roll out in 2018: how to get ready

In November, 2016, Google announced they were starting to experiment the so called "Mobile first indexing". 2018 will be the year in which this will effectively roll out, little by little, for all websites. What is Mobile First Index? Up to now, Google has...

2 smart steps to improve your website performance

You want to get the most visitors to your website; you don’t want to be excluded from Google searches on smartphones; you don’t want visitors to see warning messages that might drive visitors away from your website. If these three sentences resonate with...

Apple drops Bing for Google on iOS. Opportunity for Local SEO?

"Siri, what is the best in town?". If you are the best around and are ranking well on Google Mobile Search Results, it may turn out well for you. Apple is switching to Google, instead of Bing, for web searches coming from Siri and Search on iOS, and from...

WordPress 4.8.2 Security and Maintenance Update released

On September 19, WordPress released a new Security and Maintenance Update. Needless to say: if you are a WordPress website owner, you should update now, if you didn't already. Also, be sure to backup your website, if you didn't do it recently! To Backup...

5 free WordPress plugins we use on every website

As many of our customers prefer using WordPress for their Online Businesses, being it a very easy to use Content Management System, we are able to provide some tips on how to get the best out of your WordPress website. Here is a quick list of 5 free...

Want more traffic? Consider (valuable) non-English content

While English is the main language used for content available on the Internet (51.2% of all the content), there are still millions of non-English speakers who browse the web looking for content in their own language, before trying to find it in English. If you are...