10 SEO Myths to Ignore in 2020
Today we are looking at the 10 SEO myths we absolutely have to avoid in 2020. Why? Because keeping track of SEO rules and practices is an ongoing task, especially as everything is turning into a digital format and more and more businesses are focusing on their online presence where SEO is quite essential. One […]
What is web analytics?
Web analytics are tools that provide you with information – reports and analytics – on how your site visitors behave once they enter your website, who they are in terms of gender, age, location, how they landed on your website; what was the most interesting content on your website, your conversions rates, etc. This […]
To put it in simpler words a Robots Text file or Robots.txt file is a set of instructions for search engine bots. This Robots.txt file is added to the source files of most websites and is meant mostly to manage the actions of good bots, like web crawlers or search engines crawlers. A […]
What is IP canonicalization?
IP canonicalization is the process of redirecting the IP address to the main domain name hosted with it. This is the same as URL canonicalization or the WWW Resolve, and it prevents your website from being marked as duplicate. Such would be the content that is copied from another website or page and posted on […]
What is an XML Sitemap?
The XML sitemap is one of the first things Google bots first look for when they find your website. This map is basically a “tour guide” for your website that tells Google how to navigate your pages, helps the bots find all of them in order to index them, and shows the priority of each […]
What are the differences between UI and UX design in Layman’s terms?
Have you ever coincidentally overheard random conversations where the people involved use words like UX of a product or the bad UI of a website? If you feel unfamiliar with design slang, don’t worry, we got you. Today we are looking at the terms UX and UI and how these two work side by side. […]