Tag Archives: Martin Splitt

How to Speed up WordPress with New Plugin | Canonical Chronicle ep53

– If SEOs know one thing, it’s that flashing on the internet is a bad idea. (fabric flapping) (woman exclaiming) No, no, no, not that kind of flash. ♪ Flash ♪ ♪ Ah ♪ Not Flash Gordon either. – I’m fed up. The more I clean this bath, the duller it looks. – That’s scouring… Read More »

SEO Mythbusting – Official Trailer (New Series)

[Music] no one understands how the Googlebot actually like works the ominous the great the Googlebot what our dim you know help create things that I should be doing is there much of a difference between like frameworks sizes and approaches for how those might get crawled is JavaScript the devil [Music] on one end… Read More »

JavaScript SEO is Dead, Long Live JavaScript SEO!

Hello, guys! So few weeks – a few months back I was talking about the idea of JavaScript SEO dying. – And the good news for them is JavaScript SEO is dying. – It has an expiration date. – Really? – I guess we all know that, like, think about that for a second, like,… Read More »

Web Performance: SEO Mythbusting

People often find that their sales will go up, they’ll get more engagement From audiences. They didn’t know they had just because they can now access the content Hello and welcome to another episode of SEO myth busting with me today Is Ada Rose Cannon and you’re working for Samsung? Is that right? What do… Read More »

Googlebot: SEO Mythbusting

A lot of confusion revolves around SEO because no one understands how the Googlebot actually works. Hello and welcome to another episode of SEO myth busting. With me today is Suz Hinton from Microsoft. Suz, What do you do at work? And what is your experience with front-end and SEO? So right now I’m doing… Read More »

JavaScript: SEO Mythbusting

Coming from a developer background there’s so many misconceptions and myths about SEO that developers come up with or have heard or That come from the SEO world as well. Where do these come from? How do these get into the world? The myths, the legends that come through now JavaScript? I think a lot… Read More »