Technical SEO Checklist for New Websites. Best Practices Only

What is technical SEO?

The term “technical SEO” is usually used to describe any SEO work aside from the content. It is the optimal way to deal with the rules and limitations search engines provide. Technical SEO covers a broad range of subjects helping your site to be better crawled and indexed by search engine bots.

I’ve talked to my fellow SEOers and distilled a technical SEO checklist that will be especially important when you work on a new site.

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10 Steps to Perform the Best Local SEO for Businesses

The best local SEO for businesses

If you are a business owner, a top ranking position in Google isn’t the ultimate goal, but a means to seize your goal: people who will become your customers after a few minutes of typing and clicking. Well, here’s the kicker: putting your website on the coveted page one doesn’t guarantee a successful completion of your business goals. It’s entirely possible to fail them all if you overlook a crucial part of SEO for businesses.
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9 Tips for Improving SEO for Travel Websites

SEO for travel industry

Summer! The best season for taking a break from duties and kicking back someplace nice – at the beach, for example. I hope I won’t be too old next month for building castles in the sand. On the other hand, some of my colleagues prefer snowy environments for their vacations. To each their own, but it all comes down to choosing the right place to spend your free time and the means of getting there.
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12 Tips to Ace Your Internal Link Building Strategy

Internal linking in SEO

Where web design is concerned, there is one truth about internal linking that can’t be denied: it’s unavoidable. After all, hyperlinks are the primary means of browsing the Internet and hopping from one web page to another. It affects more than just SEO; pages that aren’t connected with links form a site that cannot be used by humans nor machines. Search engine crawlers can only index the pages they can find, and in order to find them, they need links – not that different from humans. (Why are we entrusting our future to robots again?)
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How Crazy Egg Helped Improve the User Experience on Our Site

Create a heat map with Crazy Egg.

All websites require a maintenance check and a performance analysis every now and then. Our very own WebCEO.com is no exception. And while our online SEO suite is great at doing technical and SEO audits, there are other issues it cannot address: for example, the quality of a site’s design. Does it provide users with a satisfying experience? Is there any chance it prevents them from doing their business? What if the conversion rates aren’t as high as they could be because the design could use some work? Those aren’t questions we can answer by using our own software; we have to rely on different tools instead, like an online heat map generator.
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