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To optimize and how much to optimize seems to be a predicament today. There are a lot of varying views regarding the need for optimization. While some people advocate optimizing a site, there are others who do not feel the need for it. In my humble opinion, optimization is a need for every website.
Optimizing a web site or a web page is not about having a check-list of things that need to be completed. It is much more than that. In order to implement optimization best practices for a website, a complete understanding of, what, how, where, when, and for whom, is very-very important.
With Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), publishers can create, publish, and distribute optimized content instantly. The content is optimized for higher performance even on slow mobile networks.
In keeping with search results that are getting more and more relevant and specific, a kid safe search engine, Kiddle, powered by Google, was launched recently.
With thousands of websites competing for the same audience, how does a website stand out from the crowd?
In order to stand out, there is a constant need of thinking differently. This post explores some of the ways of coming up with unique ideas.
Goals are one of the best ways of measuring a website’s performance. Goals can be set up for simple actions such as, clicking on a call to action to completing an order on-line. Google’s analytics tool provides easy to configure goal templates that help in providing insights on areas that need improvement, and highlight the ones that are working fine.