Blog SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is more important than ever when it comes to getting your blog posts noticed on search engines like Google.
Today, that makes SEO for bloggers one of the primary concerns worth dedicating a lot of time & effort to learning and implementing during your content creation process.
Now that we’re in 2020, a whopping 93% of online experiences start with a search engine, and for 92.04% of those users, Google is their search engine of choice.
For many content creators, blog SEO sounds incredibly complex. It’s easy to think no list of blog SEO strategies could ever make a meaningful difference. Others make Google out to be a grim reaper that hand-picks which blogs to let live, and which ones to deprive of precious organic search traffic.
Six years ago when I first started learning how to start a blog, I felt like that too—completely
Our Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide covers around a dozen common areas that webmasters might consider optimizing. We felt that these areas (like improving title and description meta tags, URL structure, site navigation, content creation, anchor text, and more) would apply to webmasters of all experience levels and sites of all sizes and types. Throughout
As a school we are really taking a full part in the Hour of Code week, today is the turn of Year 4.
Mrs Henry is very excited about your lesson as – The Force Awaken… Star Wars Coding!
One part of BEST you really need to do in coding is S – stick at it! Sometimes it isn’t always easy and takes a few goes. Before you ask your teacher for help there is a lot you can do for yourself – the VIRTUAL STUCK STATION! The program will show you videos – don’t skip them, but listen carefully as they will teach you what you need to know! Also if your code is wrong the computer will give you hints so you know what you are missing!
Best of luck
The Code Master!
Take me to the code challenge
Updated to clarify how to access the Spotlight search screen.
The big Apple news this week might seem to be the new iPhones. But truth be told, the bigger news is iOS 7.
This is the free software update for iPhones (iPhone 4 and later), iPads (iPad 2 and later) and iPod Touches (fifth generation). It’s a radical, huge redesign. Its master architect was Jonathan Ive, the
Apple designer who has brought us astonishing hardware designs for many years; now, for the first time, he’s been put in charge of a whole software universe.
The look of iOS 7 is sparse, white — almost plain in spots. No more fake leather, fake woodgrain, fake green felt, fake yellow note paper. It’s all blue