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How Can Your WordPress Site Consistently Hit 90+ Score on Google’s PageSpeed Insights (for Mobile)

Being in SEO for about 7 years, while the entire world was transitioning more & more to smartphones in the background, along with strides in 5G internet connections, I knew that if there were to be any future for any website, speed would be a tremendous factor! When I started my blog, I knew that

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How to Setup FileZilla (FTP) for Your WordPress Site

WordPress is probably the most preferred CMSs out there with all of its plugins, themes, customization options, widgets, etc. in all of its glory! Some WP pros even tweak and work directly with .htaccess files, or various .php files. Typically it’s not an issue, but things do go wrong, and you may lose access to

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Understanding Google’s Updated Guidelines on Nofollow, Along With Sponsored, and UGC Link Attributes

Links are the essence of indexing the web. However, they’re significantly nuanced for deciphering the intent — while understanding the why and the how. Welcome to Nofollow, Sponsored, and UGC link attributes! All 3 link attributes will play a major role in SEO; but, before we dive into the nitty-gritty, let’s understand what happened with nofollow. How Did

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How to Configure Cloudflare CDN (for Free) for Your WordPress Site, and Verify Whether or Not It’s Working

For the uninitiated, CDN (Content Delivery Networks), helps with site speeds. Site speed, in return, helps you with SEO (amongst other things). The popularity of CDN has grown hand-in-hand, with the same growth of the importance on site speeds. Primarily, CDNs work by storing and caching your assets such as CSS files, JavaScripts, images, etc.

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How to Exclude Your Home Wi-Fi in Google Analytics Tracking, and Then Verifying the Exclusion

If you’re a blogger like I am, or if you’re maintaining a personal website, you’re probably going to your own site to constantly check things, verify things, fix, things, etc. And while that is the expected norm, have you ever wondered about how to exclude your home Wi-Fi in Google Analytics? Excluding your home traffic

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