Content Management

7 Sticky Navbars Your Site Is Begging For

One trend that's been gaining momentum in recent months is the sticky navigation bar. A sticky navbar follows the user as they scroll down your page, making it easy to move to any area of your site without the need to scroll back to the top.

You have just a few seconds to make a good first impression on site visitors. If your navigation bar is easy to find and intuitive, people are more likely to form a positive image of your brand. One user experience (UX) study showed fixed navbars reduce browsing by 22 percent.

Wikipedia and YouTube Dominate Search Results Globally, a New Study Finds

San Mateo, February 28, 2019 - Wikipedia retains its crown as the most visible website in Google search results globally based on its performance in organic search in ten countries, including the United States, UK, Germany and France. Second comes YouTube, which also saw the biggest absolute improvement in search performance over the whole of 2018 in all the countries analyzed.

What is Organic SEO? Important Things to Boost Organic Traffic

Ranking high in the search engines is tough, especially in a world where everyone is competing for space and visibility. The trend has been drastically changing, and website visitors are today more influenced by paid adverts that lead them to specific sites. It means that organizations are finding it difficult to generate organic traffic as more money goes to influential campaigns. This notwithstanding, it is still possible to make organic traffic and while at it convert some of your web visitors to customers.

M-Files Leads Five of Gartner's 2018 Critical Capabilities for Content Services Platforms

DALLAS – Nov. 13th, 2018 – M-Files Corporation, the intelligent information management company, today announced that the company received the top scores in five key categories in the 2018 Gartner Critical Capabilities for Content Services Platforms report. The five key categories include content management, content security, search, metadata and classification and delivery model.

Joomla 3.9’s Privacy Tools Drive GDPR and Regulatory Compliance

As a collaborative community-driven software release, Joomla 3.9 reflects and incorporates global user feedback gathered through extensive community surveys, Joomla forum posts and feature requests. Joomla have incorporated the very latest feedback in Version 3.9 to provide users with a comprehensive ‘Privacy Tool Suite’. This facilitates the compliance of Joomla websites with laws and regulations, most notably GDPR.

Among the new features included are:

New Searchmetrics study: Google now wants brands to get niche-specific

San Mateo, October 17, 2018 - Brands’ organic search strategies on Google should now be tightly tailored to the niche they operate in, according to the latest research by Searchmetrics. That’s because Google’s use of technologies such as AI and machine-learning are helping it pin-point, more clearly than ever, the specific factors that satisfy search queries in different niches and contexts. 

Rehabilitating Google AMP: My failed attempt

Back in February I wrote an article saying how I believed Google AMP has been imposed on the web by Google as a ‘standard’ for developing fast webpages, and my dismay about that. Google apparently developed this as an internal project without any open collaboration, and avoiding the W3C standardization processes. Google made implementation of Google AMP a requirement to show at the top of the search results for common news searches.

To many of us open web folk, Google’s AMP violated the widely held principle of search engines not putting bias into search results, and/or the principle of web standards (take your pick – it would not be bias if it was a standardized approach that the wider web community had agreed upon).

Tags and categories – Learn the SEO fundamentals that add value to websites

Just as much important it is to publish high-quality content on sites consistently for consumer engagement, it is perhaps equally important to pay attention to taxonomy for improving the usability of websites. Since providing better user experience is the goal of any marketer, you cannot afford to overlook the aspect of taxonomy that comprises of categories and tags of WordPress websites.  Unless it is easy to sort content conveniently, viewers will find it difficult to quickly identify the content they are looking for.

Top 3 On-Page SEO strategy for your business website

You take the necessary steps to develop a website for your business for a purpose. You want it to be a catalyst in attracting plenty of relevant online traffic. Only then will internet users come to know of your site and browse through it. For this to happen, it needs to secure high ranks on the result pages of prominent search engines. This is why you need to implement a suitable search engine optimization strategy. However, many entrepreneurs find that coming up with such a plan is never an easy task. You could be one of them. There are a number of significant aspects which you need to consider. One of them is on-page SEO.