Be sure to add $$myusername$$@$$mydomain$$ to your address book or safe sender list.

WebsiteNotes
The Complete Guide to Mastering Your Title Tags

By Stoney deGeyter

July 15, 2015

When it comes to on-page optimization, the title tag of any given web page is the single most important piece of optimizable real estate there is. Think of it as beachfront property in the Florida Keys. Unlike other areas of a website, the optimizable space in the title tag is extremely limited but has great search visibility, which means it can really pack a punch! In fact, aside from a site's total architecture, I can't think of any single area of a site that holds as much sway over search engine rankings as the title tag.

The title tag represents the most powerful collection of characters on the entire web page. Assuming your site architecture is in order, if you could only make one change to a page to help it rank, I'd recommend making an unoptimized title tag fully search and user-optimized. All that to say, optimizing it right is extremely advantageous!

What Is a Title Tag and Where Is It Found?
The title tag is a brief snippet of code that allows you to describe the content of any given page of your website. Every page [...]

Continue Reading
 
 
Today's Top Videos:
Amazon Dash Button Appears To Not Be A Joke
About a year ago, Amazon unveiled the Amazon Dash, a way for people to add items to their shopping lists from their homes by scanning them with the device or using the microphone to tell it what they need. [...]
Watch Video
Google Says More About Mobile-Friendly Ranking Signal
About a month ago, Google announced that it would begin using mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal starting on April 21. This gave webmasters some time to prepare to avoid potentially devastating effects in search results. This is a major update considering that people are only searching Google more frequently from their mobile devices. [...]
Watch Video
What To Expect From Skype For Business
Back in November, Microsoft announced that Lync would become Skype for Business, and that it would come with a new client experience, new server release, and updates in Office 365. While Lync already gave users instant messaging and Skype audio calling, the new offering would add video calling and the Skype user directory, so you can call any Skype user from any device. Microsoft is now talking about the next steps in the transition. [...]
Watch Video
 

For advertising information Click here.

--This email is a service of WebsiteNotes--


2015 iEntry, Inc. All Rights Reserved Privacy Policy Legal

To Be Taken Off This Mailing, Visit This Page.
For other support inquiries go here.