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What is technical seo?
Are you ready to dive into the exciting world of Technical SEO? Well, buckle up, because we’ve got a lot to cover!
We’ll cover a few topics here starting with mobile indexing. With more and more people using their phones to browse the web, it’s important that your website is optimized for mobile devices. Google now uses a “mobile-first” approach to indexing, so if your site isn’t mobile-friendly, you could be missing out on a lot of traffic.
Next up, we have page experience. This refers to how users interact with your website, including factors like loading speed and the overall design of the page. Google wants to provide the best possible experience for its users, so if your page is slow or hard to navigate, it could negatively impact your search rankings.
Speaking of loading speed, we have web core vitals. These are a set of metrics that measure the performance of your website, including things like loading speed and interactivity. By improving your web core vitals, you can give your users a better experience and potentially boost your search rankings.
Structured data is another important aspect of Technical SEO. This refers to the way that you mark up your website’s content using tags and other formatting techniques. By using structured data, you can help search engines understand the content on your website and display it in a more useful way in search results.
Finally, we have crawl budget. This refers to the amount of time and resources that search engines allocate to crawling and indexing your website. By optimizing your crawl budget, you can make sure that search engines are able to easily access and understand all of your pages.
With more and more people using their phones to browse the web, it’s important that your website is optimized for mobile devices. Google now uses a “mobile-first” approach to indexing, which means that the mobile version of your website is what it uses to determine your search rankings. So if your site isn’t mobile-friendly, you could be missing out on a lot of traffic.
To make sure your website is mobile-friendly, there are a few things you can do. First, make sure that your website loads quickly on both desktop and mobile devices. No one likes waiting for a slow website to load, and Google takes page speed into account when ranking websites. You should also make sure that your website is easy to navigate on a small screen, with buttons and links that are easy to tap on a phone or tablet.
Core Web Vitals
Structured Data (Schema)
Frequently Asked Questions