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How Title Links Are Created in Google Search

Title links are critical to giving users a quick insight into the content of a result and why it’s relevant to their query. It’s often the primary piece of information people use to decide which result to click on, so it’s important to use high-quality title text on your web pages. A title link is […]

SEO for Florists: 5 Tips For Improving Your Organic Rankings

According to, the floral industry in the U.S. has a combined yearly revenue over $5 billion, which is spread across around 15,000 retail flower shops. And every year, more and more of that revenue is shifting to online sales. Why? It’s a better user experience for customers to be able to hop on the […]

How Do I Improve My Core Web Vitals Score?

You can find recommendations on how to improve your Core Web Vitals metrics on  Improving metrics for your site will require web development knowledge. If you are a non-technical user, Google has some suggestions in the Search Console Help Center, but you should consider contacting a professional. Google Search Console Core Web Vitals Data Sources […]

My page is fast. Why do I see warnings on the Search Console Core Web Vitals report?

Different devices, network connections, geography and other factors may contribute to how a page loads and is experienced by a particular user. While some users, in certain conditions, can observe a good experience, this may not be indicative of other user’s experience. Core Web Vitals look at the full body of user visits and its […]

Core Web Vitals Becoming Google Ranking Signals in May 2021

Google recently announced that the page experience signals in ranking will roll out in May 2021. The new page experience signals combine Core Web Vitals with their existing search signals including: Mobile-friendliness Safe-browsing HTTPS-security Intrusive interstitial guidelines Google says: These signals measure how users perceive the experience of interacting with a web page and contribute […]

9 Benefits of Google My Business for Small Businesses

Learn more about what Google My Business is, and the many benefits of Google My Business (GMB) for small businesses/local service providers. What is Google My Business? Google My Business is a free tool that allows you to promote your Business Profile and business website on Google Search and Maps. With your Google My Business […]

Google is Sunsetting Support for data-vocabulary Structured Data Schema

On Tuesday, January 21, 2020, Google announced on the Official Webmaster Central Blog that as of April 6, 2020, markup will no longer be eligible for Google rich result features. Here’s what the post said: Structured data schemas such as and are used to define shared meaningful structures for markup-based applications on […]

A Quick Rundown on Google’s New WordPress Plugin ‘Site Kit’

On October 31, 2019 Google announced that Site Kit is available within the WordPress plugin directory. What is it and who is it for? Check out the details below. What is Google’s Site Kit plugin? Site Kit is Google’s official WordPress plugin — it gives you insights on how people find and use your site, […]

4 SEO Experts Takes on Google’s New Link Attributes (sponsored & ugc)

On Tuesday, September 10, 2019, Google announced their upcoming plans to evolve the “nofollow” link attribute. On the Webmaster Central Blog they said: Nearly 15 years ago, the nofollow attribute was introduced as a means to help fight comment spam. It also quickly became one of Google’s recommended methods for flagging advertising-related or sponsored links. […]

Google’s Basic Search Visibility Checklist for SEO

Did you know that Google offers webmaster guidelines for building a Google-friendly website? While there’s no guarantee that Google’s crawlers will find a particular site, following these guidelines should help make your site appear in Google’s search results. Is my website showing up on Google? Inclusion in Google Search results is free and easy; you […]

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