The most important SEO tools at a glance

The most important SEO tools at a glance

If you want your business to be successful online there is no getting around Google. The magic term is search engine optimisation (SEO), and up until a few years ago this marketing knowledge was kept a secret. Now there are many practical tools that can help get you gain a better overview of the keywords, rankings, and performance of your website and can even be used by beginners.  

Backlink building

Backlink building: how to generate strong backlinks

Building backlinks is a part of search engine optimisation. Google rates links leading to a site as recommendations and thus as an indication of their relevance to users. In addition to quantity, the quality of backlinks is included in this evaluation. Our article reveals how to generate strong backlinks and which mistakes to look out for to avoid being penalised by Google.

Content delivery networks from a SEO point of view

Content delivery network (CDN) - SEO advantages

Content delivery networks (CDNs) provide website owners with a global web of servers. Depending on from where a user accesses a website, the closest server will respond and deliver the site’s static content as fast as possible. Although the user will not notice any of this, they undoubtedly benefit from the shorter loading times and optimal availability. Given that loading time and performance are...

Content marketing – analysing the results

Content analytics and measuring success right

Strategic planning, laborious implementation, targeted promotion – anyone looking to make content marketing a sustainable aspect of their advertising campaign has their work cut out. But just because the content is online and has acquired its first likes doesn’t mean that the work is over and it’s time to put your feet up. Long-term monitoring of results and the optimisation of individual...

Retargeting ads: running more campaigns

Website retargeting: hot on the user’s heels

The biggest challenge facing the e-commerce industry today: turning users who’ve found their way to websites via solid SEO work or ads into paying customers. A number one spot in Google’s search results or the highest click rate with an AdWords campaign means nothing if these don’t lead to conversions. Through retargeting, you can fight against scatter losses by addressing customers who’ve shown...

Search indexing

Search indexing content online: Functionality and optimisation

Search indexing is carried out by Internet crawlers which analyse online content. Naturally, website operators want their website’s content to be listed accurately on Google and other search engines so Internet users can be directed to their websites. Keep reading to find out what a search engine index is, how it works, and what steps you can take to improve your website’s index.

Google Discover

Google Discover – How to use it for SEO purposes

You can find Google Discover reports on the Google app on your tablet or smartphone directly under the Google Search function. In this article, we will tell you about Google Discover and its functions in more detail, as well as the differences from and similarities to a normal Google Search, how you can use Google Discover for search engine optimisation (SEO), and what websites this is helpful...


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