Using category and tag pages for SEO

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We often encounter sites with category and tag structures which are completely unmanaged. Even large news sites can suffer from over usage of tags and categories. Tags and categories are both examples of a taxonomy system. When used correctly, a good taxonomy system can boost your site’s SEO. The opposite is also true: when used […]

In Dire Need of SEO Help

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Hi All, I work for a company that heavily relies on their eCommerce site to make sales. I recently hired an SEO firm who seems to look great on paper (google/yelp reviews). It's been three months of them adding competitive keywords to our meta descriptions and meta titles. Furthermore, they seem to be either creating […]

More Gutenberg integrations, eCommerce solutions and an updated Roadmap

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Today’s edition of my roundup consists of lots of little interesting bits and updates. It’s been a relatively quiet week, as far as news from the WordPress Community is concerned. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to share! Let’s talk some more about Gutenberg integrations and eCommerce solutions! More Gutenberg integrations In my previous Roundup, […]

Regional domains/ sub domains

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Our ecommerce site has a lot of regional domains/ subdomains that are essentially serving up the exact same content except for pricing. Over time the site has had a lot of pages deindexed. I am wondering if it is likely that this could be to do with perceived duplicate content? In order to combat this […]

8 free technical SEO tools you probably haven’t heard of

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There are a plethora of technical SEO tool lists and articles out there, with some free and freemium tools to full-on paid tool lists. This list pulls together eight of the more unheard-of tools to help you on your quest to improve the technical state of your site (for free). With all the factors there […]

How to Raise Prices for Existing Customers

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Your current customers will never be excited about paying more. But that’s not why raising prices is so difficult. Instead, poor planning is to blame: Companies neglect to plan a price increase until there’s a financial squeeze or, for the thirtieth time, a customer confides that, “You know, you really ought to charge more.” What […]