There is no doubt that the best websites are made in a way which can please the users as well as the search engines. Such websites maintain a perfect balance between two elements- functionality and aesthetic.
Business has reached a new level and the people are having a smartphone in their hand and they are looking for online shopping for their needs and wants. As reported, 70% of the people are searching on Google for their products and services.
Search engine optimization has come a long way through various changes and accompanied the traditional ranking factors that still play a key role in SERPs.
Structured data. Schema. Markup. Rich snippets. No corner of content and search engine marketing is more jam-packed with jargon, tech-speak and insider language. We’re going to lift the veil and explain what it all means and how it’s valuable to you as a marketer. Schema is a markup language that webmasters use to add information
While a lot of guides just throw around terms like ‘good’, ‘efficient’ or ‘optimal’ web design, one simply has to wonder what metrics are used in their evaluation. Imagine a scenario where your website is all but aesthetic, yet, for some strange reason, your particular target demographic is responding strongly to it. Wouldn’t that make