Posts Tagged ‘seo’

One Big, Happy Ecommerce Product Family

Ah, product groups and families. There is a great debate (at least in my mind) around how to handle product families and their product children, specifically within your ecommerce platform. I’ve seen it handled two different ways, and while there aren’t any “right” answers, there are some considerations when potentially bundling items on your ecommerce […]

Improving your Google Search Result with SXA

Improving the way your search result appears in Google and other search engines is paramount to driving users to your site. This blog post will show you how to display review scores in your search result using Sitecore’s SXA. How can this drive business for you? Why would you want to surface this information to […]

It’s a Program, Not a Project: Designing Websites for Accessibility

Many companies view accessibility remediation as a one-off project or a parallel effort to their current development life cycle. In fact, it is the opposite. Accessibility should be integrated into your overall design process from the very beginning. It’s important to focus on the benefits and advantages of “shifting left” and incorporating accessibility into the […]

Get Ahead of Headings: How to Correctly Use Headings for Accessibility

Heading Overview  For those that may not be familiar with heading levels, here is a quick run-down. Titles on your web page will have heading (<H>) tags to indicate their level of importance. Web developers use <H> tags for page titles to structure the content of the page. Not only are <H> tags used for […]

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A Good Taxonomy Can Make the Difference

In a world of sophisticated search engines and machine learning (ML), it might seem like investing in a taxonomy is overkill. After all, can’t those ML-enabled search engines find everything? Sometimes even technology needs an assist. Let’s look at why you might want a taxonomy. What Taxonomies Are Good For Taxonomies enable three main digital […]

FAQ Schema Markup – Results May Vary

At the May 2019 Google I/O event, Google Search and Google Assistant officially announced support and a new Google Search Console enhancement report for FAQ structured data. The FAQ schema.org markup is meant for Frequently Asked Question pages that contain all questions and answers on a single page. Adding it can create a FAQ rich […]

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You Should Know About the New Evergreen Googlebot. Here’s Why.

In early May 2019, Google announced that Googlebot is now evergreen. What exactly does this mean for the search community? Check out our recent video from Eric Enge where he and Google’s Martin Splitt explain how the new evergreen Googlebot will affect search in areas such as rendering hash URLs, <div> tags, and infinite scroll. […]

You Must Be Prepared for Visual Search. Here’s Why.

SEO for imagery is becoming more important to marketers. But why? Check out our recent video from Eric Enge, who joined Perficient Digital through our acquisition of digital consultancy Stone Temple, where he explores Google’s inclination toward presenting more visual content. Visual SEO impacts rankings. Here’s why:  To learn more about Stone Temple, read […]

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Pagination is Important. Here’s Why.

According to Google’s John Mueller, Google has not been using rel=prev/next tags for a while now. So should you still implement pagination? Check out our recent video from Eric Enge, who recently joined Perficient Digital through our acquisition of digital consultancy Stone Temple, where he explores why Google has not made use of rel=prev/next tags […]

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On-Page and Off-Page SEO Creates Success. Here’s Why.

There are several fundamental aspects of SEO success that have remained consistent in a constantly evolving field. Check out our recent video from Eric Enge and Mark Traphagen, who joined Perficient Digital through our acquisition of digital consultancy Stone Temple, where they share a case study that demonstrates how the fundamentals of SEO have paid […]

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Include User Needs Analysis in Your SEO. Here’s Why.

Google is rewarding sites that have both depth and breadth of content, but how do you know if your site measures up? Check out our recent video from Eric Enge and Mark Traphagen, who joined Perficient Digital through our acquisition of digital consultancy Stone Temple, where they explore Google’s interest in content and why a […]

Sharpen Your Keyword Research with RCQA. Here’s Why.

Do you ever wonder what Google really thinks of your site? A ranking content quality analysis (RCQA) is a great tool you can use to prioritize your future SEO campaign efforts. Check out our recent video from Eric Enge and Mark Traphagen, who joined Perficient Digital through our acquisition of digital consultancy Stone Temple, where […]

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