The world of SEO is constantly evolving. What worked last week may not work now. New technologies are constantly appearing which need learning and applying.
This area has been made to let me try out new concepts and ideas I have that may benefit my clients.
Discover your own search result position based click through rates (CTR) using data provided by Google themselves.
This is a simple test to see if the duplicate title tags and duplicate meta descriptions report takes into account the canonical tag.
Google has stated that they will follow redirects up to a certain point. This experiment aims to find out how far.
I'm off my rocker, demented, nuts and one sandwich short of a picnic. I think I'm a teapot!
A quick test to see if Google can pick up Schema.org markup that is added by Javacript
KEI is one of the most popular formulas used for keyword analysis. Here I re-examine and try to enhance the original.
PubSubHubbub is gaining acceptance as the way to push your RSS or Atom feeds to subscribers. Here I explain the basics on how it works.
A test to gather request headers and user agents from bots and feed them back into the content. The idea is so that they feed that back to me via the information they display.
Import your Google Search Console Search Queries or Pages data to see charts and tables showing keyword/page position changes and keyword relationships.
Visualising ranking changes can be a great way to highlight issues or opportunities.
Google tries to determine if a page should really be classed as a missing page. Will this page trigger it?