Conecticut SEO Expert’s [Organic Search Infographics]
Rank Your Website In The Search Engine Results
I have over 14 years of Google SEO experience and a big fan of many types of infographics.
Infographics connect with my brain differently than reading, watching, or listening. I have a very visual memory. The combination of short & to the point facts and visuals have definenty enhanced my digital marketing marketing knowledge over the years.
My first exposure to SEO infographics came from Pinterest. Infographics are available for most subjects and in many different languages. If yuu want learn more about almost anything do a quick Pinterest search, create a board and pin away
I specialize in local SEO (Google My Business Optimization, Top 3 Local SEO Map Pack, Google Maps placements), organic SEO, on-site technical SEO, and WordPress.
I am a certified Google AdWords manager.
Google certified in Analytics, Google AdWords Fundamentals, Search, Shopping, Mobile, Display, Video, and Google My Business.
I have 14 years of digital marketing experience and knowledge and use professional SEO tool including SEMrush, Google Search Console, Ahrefs, Screaming Frog Spider, Moz, SERanking, Google Keyword Planner, and others.
Website Speed Is Now A Part Of Google’s Core Algorithm
A Strong SEO Ranking Factor
In July 2018, after months of alerting webmasters, Google rolled out a “Speed Update” to its core algorithm.
Google doesn’t give you credit for a fast WordPress site but punishes slower sites in its rankings.
It makes sense. Today’s mobile users dislike slow websites and are likely to “bounce” back to Google.com if a website doesn’t finish loading on a mobile phone within 3 – 4 seconds (even though the industry average is around 7 seconds).
A fast bounce back alerts Google that the website either did not answer the user search query or there may be a technical reason the user returned to Google so quickly.
Google gives points to sites where a user “dwells” (or spends an above average time on). It is one sign that the user has found the answer to their search or may ever have discovered additional, relevant, and useful information they hadn’t thought of.
Google does not use your Google Analytics data but has their own internal analytics for their site.