A couple weeks ago, we introduced our readers to a series of free SEO tools that can help you get your website back on the map when it comes to organic search. One of the tools we covered was Moz’s Keyword Explorer, which offers business and website owners valuable insight into which keywords their site ranks for and how well it’s doing against the competition. Learn how to make the most of the free version of Moz’s Keyword Explorer in this post.
How to know when it’s time to upgrade your SSL certificate
SSL certificates are important tools for inspiring user trust on your website and keeping details like login information, account numbers, and credit cards secure. But SSL certificates offer varying levels of security, and as your website evolves, your certificate needs may change. If you’re not sure if it is time to upgrade your SSL certificate, these are some good signs to look for.
Four G Suite features you may not know about
When you look at the G Suite product, the first thing that comes to your mind is likely email—which is perfectly justified, considering how useful and simple a custom Gmail address can be. But G Suite offers a host of productivity tools far beyond just a reliable inbox. Here are some of its most useful features.
Improve your SEO with these 5 free tools
Great Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, can be what makes or breaks a website—so it’s no wonder that some companies spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to make their websites as SEO-friendly as possible. But even beginners can access tools and tips that will put them on the right track for awesome organic search rank. Check out five of our favorite SEO tools that are free for anyone to use.
Take your personal branding to the next level with a .ME website
4 free ways to get more traffic on your website
One of the biggest challenges new website owners face is building up a healthy amount of consistent traffic on their site. Even if you don’t have the budget for expensive marketing, there are plenty of free ways to encourage more eyes on your content. Try one of these methods to boost the number of views your website gets.
20 resources to help you start your website from nothing at all
By John Stevens
Are you thinking of creating a website, but you don’t know how to start?
There are over 1 billion websites on the internet today. Whether you plan to keep an online journal or own a business, the online community is a robust place for everyone. Creating a website is especially important for businesses; Google receives 10.3 billion searches every month, where 78% of its traffic is searching for a product or a service. If you’re not investing time and effort in building your website and your online presence, you are losing the chance to be in front of a potential customer.
4 ideas on how to use a one-page website
Sometimes the simple products are the best ones—and that’s how we feel about Prologue one-page websites, which allow businesses and individuals to set up simple landing pages online within a matter of minutes. Here’s how you can put your one-page website to best use.
A beginner’s guide to Google Analytics
Once you get your website up and running, you’ll want to know more about how many people are visiting your site, where they’re coming from, and the type of information they’re seeking. Google Analytics is one of the most powerful tools available to give you insight into how people interact with your website—and you can use it for free.
What’s a favicon?
Your website is nearly finished with only a few final touches remaining. So what are you missing? You might have skipped adding a favicon, which is a small but important visual detail on your website.