Have you gotten a notice from Google Search Console that you had hacked content? I’ve seen this while cleaning up WordPress websites. The website was clean of malware, and typical hacked content, and Google was saying that images were the problem. In all of these cases, they had one commonality – this image was linked[Continue Reading...]
Basic SEO Tips for Images
Images can greatly help your website. You can utilize images to get visitors to subscribe or buy your stuff, or even read your blog posts! Images can bring a powerful message. However, while your visitors are enjoying your images, search engines are trying to crawl and put a place for them so your visitors can[Continue Reading...]
18 Basic SEO Tips To Get You Started Immediately
When you’re new to SEO, a lot of times, you don’t have the actual time to go through training, or spend oodles of time. You need quick information, or a direction. The serious SEO learning usually comes time, since you’re trying to launch a website. Here’s some really basic SEO tips to get your feet[Continue Reading...]
Ask Nile: My Site is New. How Do I Figure Out if My Site is Doing Alright?
This Ask Nile post is about those who recently started a website. They asked, “My site is new. How do I figure out if my site is doing alright?” Ask Nile: My Site is New. How Do I Figure Out if My Site is Doing Alright? The first question is whether or not the website[Continue Reading...]
How To Get Your Website Listed in Search Engines
In order to get your website listed in search engines, you need to remember that Google follows the links first. If you don’t have any other website linking to you, then you need to submit your website to the search engines. How To Get Your Website Listed in Search Engines? Submitting your website is a[Continue Reading...]
Ask Nile: How Many Words Should You Write in Your Blog Posts?
I keep getting the question about how many words should you write in your blog post. The thing is, this has several answers and depends on how ambitious you are as a blogger. For me, I tend to agree with Yoast that you should try to keep your blog posts at least 300 words. This[Continue Reading...]