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Basic HTML Tags You Need To Know For SEO

Basic HTML Tags You Need To Know For SEO

When you are managing a website, there are a few basic HTML tags you need to know. The better you understand these HTML basics, the better you can diagnose problems affecting SEO on your website.

How to Check your HTTP Response Status Code

How to Check your HTTP Response Status Code

Every page on every website returns a numerical code that indicates the page’s status. The important step is knowing what status code each page currently returns on your website. How do you check the status code for your website’s pages?

Examples of Website Navigation Best Practices

Examples of Website Navigation Best Practices

The implementation of website navigation best practices is vital for users to understand your website. Honest reviews of 8 companies’ website navigation have been provided as examples.

Everything You Need to Know About PII Protections, CCPA Compliance & GDPR Requirements

Everything You Need to Know About PII Protections, CCPA Compliance & GDPR Requirements

It is no secret that there is a lot of data tracked about how we interact with websites. Not surprisingly, as the web grows, privacy concerns arise. In response to this, new laws have been established: CCPA & GDPR. What exactly are these laws and how do they apply to your business?

How Long Should I Keep My Redirects?

How Long Should I Keep My Redirects?

Once you have added a redirect to your website, how long should you keep that redirect active on your server? Instead of a universal answer, let’s review the steps you need to take to determine how long any given redirect needs to stay on your website.

Do Redirects Impact Your Website’s Speed?

Do Redirects Impact Your Website’s Speed?

Yes, redirects do add to a website’s speed. There are two ways redirects can affect speed: by adding to the server overhead or by delaying the load of the final destination page. Discover the data-driven conclusion.

How to Use Robots noindex?

How to Use Robots noindex?

Google recently announced that they will no longer support the “noindex” directive on the robots.txt file. What does this mean? Does the robots noindex matter to you and what changes should you make to your robots.txt file?

The #1 Mistake Small Businesses Make: How to Manage Your Online Presence

The #1 Mistake Small Businesses Make: How to Manage Your Online Presence

Want to know the number one mistake too many smaller companies make that we see time and again at Elementive? They don’t own their online presence. Learn how to manage your online presence correctly.

Find & Fix 404 Errors On Your Website

Find & Fix 404 Errors On Your Website

How do you find the 404 errors on your website? Once found, how do you fix the 404 errors? What tools can help? Find out in this in-depth 404 guide!

Recommended Quarterly Tech SEO Tasks

Recommended Quarterly Tech SEO Tasks

The technical side of SEO matters to all websites. These are the top 5 technical factors that needs to be checked quarterly in a Tech SEO website audit.

User Experience Event Tracking Code

User Experience Event Tracking Code

Copy & paste this free event tracking script to help you track key aspects of your website’s user experience, including the time people spent on the site, the way people scroll through your website, and how people browse through your website.

Noindex vs. Nofollow vs. Disallow

Noindex vs. Nofollow vs. Disallow

There’s a common theme of confusion regarding the difference between noindex, nofollow and disallow commands. All three are powerful tools to use to improve a website’s organic search performance, but each has unique situations where they are appropriate to apply.