This time of year is full of reflection, and to keep up with tradition, we thought we would look back at our most popular blog post from 2019 (by number of pageviews). From webfonts to UX design and schema markup, we’ve got it all. So, let’s delve in…
In this post, our Graphic Designer, Andy provided the low down on Google webfonts and why you should use them. If you’re a web designer or are just interested in webfonts, this post is for you.
This post was the first part of our YouTube series which looked at one of the most simplest YouTube features there is that not many people know about – The YouTube Channel URL. In this post, we ran through the steps to find, claim and edit your YouTube Channel URL.
Take a look at our other two parts of our YouTube series – YouTube Guide #2: How To Change Your YouTube Channel Name and YouTube Guide #3: Transcriptions & Closed Captions
Towards the start of the year, we looked at what was in store for UX design in 2019. Minimalism, bold colours, split screens and illustrations were all on the cards for 2019 – we wonder what 2020 will have to store?
This is a question we hear a lot and the truth is, it depends. Did you know there are 200+ factors that Google takes into consideration when ranking websites? We didn’t look at all 200, but we did look at the ten most important factors, including site speed, mobile-friendliness and content quality.
Lee, our SEO Specialist provided everything we needed to know about structured data in our 5th most popular blog. Schema markup and rich results can improve your presence in search results, so this post is well worth a read if you want to improve your click-through rate.
Posting on social media is now a vital part of many businesses marketing strategies. Yet, many are failing to include the correct image sizes for their posts. Luckily, we have a pretty comprehensive guide to show you what size images should be for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube and Snapchat.
Metadata provides an overview of the webpage content and appears in SERPs, so it’s important that these are optimised properly. Our guide goes through our top tips on how the write winning meta titles and descriptions. Meta titles are also a ranking factor.
If you’re an avid social media enthusiast, you’ll probably be aware of the fact that it’s becoming more and more difficult to get engagement on your social media posts, particularly organically. However, fear not! We’ve got the stats to show you what days and times are best to post on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.
In at number one is our guide to Google smart shopping campaigns where we summarised how to set up smart shopping campaigns and best practices to follow. Smart shopping campaigns have been very popular with advertisers since launching in 2018 and have provided some great results for our clients which we hope will continue in 2020.
And that’s a wrap! Thanks for taking the time to read our blogs in 2019, we hope we provide more interesting articles in 2020.
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