Almost everyone has heard of the importance of site speed, even the average blogger with lackluster technical skills. In a previous article we did a comparison between two domains and found speed was the likely signal pushing one site above another in mobile searches. Google wants to provide sites that users will actually use. You may have the absolute best content but if it takes over 3 seconds to load your page its a big problem for ranking. Each 1 second delay reduces page views by 11% Each 1 second delay decreases customer satisfaction by 16% Each 1 second delay decreases 7% of conversion rate For a store doing $100,000 a day a 1 second delay means $2.5 million in lost sales. Google uses page load speed to help determine your sites rank. CDNs are great resources to speed up your page speed load times. Think of it like this[Find Out More]
Cloudflare And Plugins
In a previous post we noted the difference speed can make in search engine ranking. The same content delivered in different ways was listed on the same domains but in different positions between desktop and mobile indexes. Site Speed Affects Ranking
In this post we’re going to review two less popular ways to speed up your site and we’ll mention the popular ways. There’s a reason why Ultimate SEO uses slightly different processes for page load.
Often people download plugin optimizers and add page cache plugins to speed up their sites. Caching is important
I hate missing out just as much as anyone else. Its why Ultimate SEO has accounts on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Pinterest, Flickr, Youtube, Blogger, Instagram, SnapChat and more. But the only thing worse than not being on a platform is to not appear active on that platform. If someone’s first impression of you or your company is your activity on a forgotten profile it is more damaging than not having been there to begin with.
IFTTT And Buffer
Thats where IFTTT has stepped in and been able to save time while helping to get a message out
A Case Study of SEO Metrics And Rank
Here is a recently added FAQ to the Ultimate SEO FAQ section.
Let me show you how important it is….
Why is realtor.com not higher than zumper.com in the mobile search on the left? Consider these metrics
Realtor.com = Domain Score: 55 Trust Score 58 Alexa Rank 763 Registered 1996 Ads 3,900 Backlinks 57,000,000 Traffic Rank 108
Zumper.com = Domain Score: 37 Trust Score 44 Alexa Rank 17,000 Registered 2004 Ads 0 Backlinks 1,700,000 Traffic Rank 2830
In every metric realtor.com wins, so why is
This post was originally made 3/7/2019 but was lost during a restoration from backup while Ultimate SEO was dealing with a DOS attack. Updates That Matter AND Updates That Don’t I’ve heard things come in threes so curious whats next because 2 big updates this week are out. Now unfortunately the one that matters is unlikely to gain as much attention as the one that doesn’t mean anything. So lets begin on what folks are focused on…something that means nothing. MOZ Domain Authority 2.0 Moz redid their Domain Authoritycalculations and the implications are HUGE for those who workat Moz. If you don’t workthere then its not a big deal. Domain Authorityis like a fake credit score. Your bank will likely use your FICA score but no one can release your FICA score to you but FICA. To solve this banks and other organizations created their own scoring systems that attempted[Find Out More]
A Free Plugin For Auto Blogging
CyberSyn doesn’t know I’m writing anything on them and this isn’t a paid endorsement, I use their product on about 100 domains and its worked perfectly for me, its a free full text RSS feed to post plugin available through the WordPress plugin repository. Most RSS Feed to Post programs don’t work or only do half of the needed process for free. CyberSyn does it all.
I have a domain that is of little value and I think I got it for 1.99. I turned it into my distribution center. Lets call it example.com. I
WordPress, Bootstrap, CSS, HTML, AWS, Google Cloud Platform, SEO, SQL, Adwords
by Matthew Leffler
I have a solid record of identifying a problem and making a solution that yields measurable results. I was recently the technology manager for a political campaign where I built a WHM/cPanel server on CentOS using Amazon Web Services to host about 14 WordPress websites. The server also provides mailing lists, a team management site, RSS feeds augmentation and its own name servers. I was able to get the server and sites built in a couple months.
I’ve managed the SEO and Adwords
I’ve begun a revamping of matthewleffler.com, which has been the same as my mattleffler.me site. I decided it was important to demonstrate WordPress use and diversify my personal domains. mattleffler.me continues the HTML5/CSS Bootstrap site while matthewleffler.com provides a card style WordPress implementation.
These are in essence portfolio pieces that Upwork projects can view when I propose a new contract. My work with Brent Ackerson for Jefferson County Attorney concluded last week but I’m maintaining the sites built as part of the portfolio of work I’ve done in cloud computing, hosting, web design and SEO.