SEO

Content strategy

Content strategy

There’s more to expanding your online business than just increasing sales. Using content marketing, a business can inform, entertain, and reach out to potential customers in order to win their trust. It’s therefore important to create strong content with valuable information, tailored specifically for your target group. But this kind of content doesn’t just appear overnight. If you want long-term...

Optimize your online store: SEO for Google

Optimise your online shop: improve your Google ranking with SEO

With a little search engine optimisation (SEO), online retailers can greatly increase their reach —optimising your online shop for Google really makes sense. Many online retailers offer construction kits that you can use to set up your online store according to SEO criteria. By adhering to these guidelines your store will be listed higher in the Google search results in no time.

Google Tag Manager

Google Tag Manager: the hub for your tracking and testing snippets

Tools for recording and analysing user behaviour are part of everyday life for website operators. Yet the more codes you need to embed and keep track of, the more difficult and time-intensive the task becomes. How can you keep track of everything? The Google Tag Manager offers the perfect answer. Here you will learn how the tool created by the search engine giant works and how you can make best...

SEO basics: internal links and website structure

SEO basics: correct website structure through internal linking

Have you ever thought of what kind of role internal linking plays in search engine optimisation? Linking individual web pages can be very beneficial for SEO, so this practice shouldn’t be overlooked. Through a meaningful website structure and the correct positioning and number of internal links, websites can increase their search engine ranking.

Keyword strategy

Keyword research - part 3: keyword strategy

An exhaustive keyword list alone isn’t enough to deliver any results that you’ll be able to use for an SEO strategy. Insights for onpage optimisation can only first be derived if the search terms have been both quantitatively and qualitatively evaluated and prioritised according to their relevance for the project you’re optimising. In part three of our series, we show you how to develop such a...

SEO Update: 2016 ranking factors according to Searchmetrics

SEO ranking factors 2016: the Searchmetrics study at a glance

With the annual correlation study on the topic of ranking factors, Searchmetrics has been taking care of the SEO sector since 2012. The prominent search and content performance platform also presents the most important findings each year in Google rankings – this comes in the form of general ranking factors and rank correlations. We have summarised the key learning points of the 2016 study for...

Graphical user interface: a successful UI

Graphical user interface: what makes a good user interface?

User interface is one of the most important keywords in modern web design and software development. Graphical user interfaces are currently relevant for both disciplines. Besides these, there are also numerous other interfaces — ranging from voice user interfaces to brain-computer interfaces. These interfaces enable interactions to take place between man and machine. Here, we provide an overview...

Storytelling tools at a glance

Storytelling tools – how digital storytelling works

Good digital storytelling is the focus of new marketing strategies and content design. Stories that are told online should be exciting, vivid, and above all, multimedia-rich. A large number of storytelling tools are now available, which means that multimedia stories can be achieved without the need for in-depth technical knowledge and financial resources. We explain which storytelling tools are...

Sitemap

Sitemaps – Here’s what you need to know

Sitemaps belong to the standard features of a website, but they seem to be gradually disappearing from the World Wide Web. Some online presences hide the navigation file or even forgo it completely. We explain why search engines like Google still give sitemaps a lot of attention, how important sitemaps are for SEO as a result, and how you can create sitemaps yourself – manually or with a sitemap...

The most important Google ranking factors

Google ranking factors

Google is accountable for over 80% of search engine searches in the USA, making it by far the most popular search engine. It’s therefore of the utmost importance for owners of commercial internet projects to have their website ranking as highly as possible in the search results. It’s definitely worth taking into consideration the many different factors that influence Google’s rankings.


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