We update webtexttool regularly to add new features and improve existing ones. Does a feature in webtexttool looks different from the last time you used it? In our release notes you’ll find a high-level overview of what we’ve done in each update. In this short blog I’ll give you a quick overview of the main updates […]
Google has come a long way from being that boring list of blue links. Search any random topic, and you’ll get the information presented in a variety of ways: cards, statistics, lists, numbers. Many of those results are connected to structured data. In this article, you’ll read exactly what structured data is, how it’s connected […]
You’ve probably noticed that Google’s search results are becoming much more visual. Instead of just a string of text links, you’ll more often get served a lineup of images, videos, cards, and lists. Some of those results are reserved for giants like Wikipedia or Google Maps, but there’s also a slot where mere mortals find […]
Rank higher on Google. That’s a line we hear all the time. It’s to be expected since everyone wants to boost their Google ranking, especially to help generate higher conversion rates. In this post, you’ll find a handy overview of technical SEO trends. If you use them wisely, you should witness a jump in your […]
What is Link Rot? Link rot refers to the process, often natural, by which working links on a web page point to resources — generally pages, but also things like images or even entire servers — that eventually become unavailable. Basically, it’s when working links become dead links.This includes internal as well as external links. […]
Once upon a time, it was the holy grail for search engine optimization. But due to some questionable practices, attention for link building in SEO-land seems to have dropped over the past few years. In this article, you’ll get a refresher on what link building is and how you can still successfully implement it in […]
Google’s mobile-friendly update affected mobile search in many ways. One is that not only websites but apps show up in SERP results with an install button. This opens the door to more app installs outside app store listings. As there are various ways how your app could appear in mobile search (paid ad spot, app […]
On August 22nd 2017, Google seems to have released a big algorithm update. The update is called “Hawk” by the SEO community. In this blog you will read all about this update and the impact for your company. What is Google Hawk? What is the impact of Google Hawk? What should I do now? Why […]
The changes of Googles algorithms, more than 500 times a year, have definitely an impact on the rankings of your website. In this blog we’ll give you five tips to get higher results in Google this year and more traffic to your website.
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