Use headings effectively to improve your SEO rankings
HTML has six hierarchical "levels" of headings, H1 through H6. H1 should be used only once and is generally used to delineate a page's title. To improve your SEO, break up your content into sections with each consisting of 1-3 paragraphs. Place a heading that describes each
Why is unwanted content showing up in Google search results for my website?
WordPress, pages, posts and custom post types have a “publication status.” When “Published,” content is visible to the world and may be indexed by Google. “Draft” content is hidden from the public. Many WordPress websites contain published sample content that their owners aren’t aware of. Google finds it
The Buzzquake SEO checklist for WordPress websites
SEO (search engine optimization) is a moving target. Google tweaks its search algorithm thousands of times per year, and has made major overhauls to it 8 times since "Panda" was released in 2011. Today, there are more than 200 factors in the Google search algorithm. The Buzzquake
The differences between responsive design, mobile-first design and native apps in plain language
The decision whether to create a responsive website, a mobile-first design website or a native app depends on your budget for creation and maintenance, your audience, the devices your audience will be using, and the functionality required. Each of the three has advantages, although the advent of HTML5 has blurred