By Niki Mosier and Brett Woodward You may have heard the term “web accessibility” before, but you might still have a few questions. Here’s a few of the most common ones: What does web accessibility actually mean?What are the benefits of having an accessible site?How can I test my site’s accessibility and make it better?
There is no shortage of SEO conferences to choose from each year. It can be hard to narrow it down when it comes time to decide which conferences to attend. TechSEO Boost should definitely be at the top of the list for anyone who wants to learn more about what people in the trenches have
I’ve been reading a lot about this debate of “does site speed matter for organic success?”, and to me it always sounds like an evening out at a restaurant. Page speed is the time it takes from a customer first entering a restaurant, to receiving their food. The longer it takes, the more likely it
In early July, five members of our SEO team headed west to Seattle for a few days to attend MozCon 2018. As one of the best conferences out there for technical SEO, mobile strategy, analytics, and content, we all were excited to learn and bring back actionable insights for our accounts. We also were excited
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We’ve been growing our SEO team here at Two Octobers, and we’ve been spending a lot of time discussing what make a great SEO analyst. Some traits are extremely helpful, while some can get in the way, depending on the type of team you’re trying to build. If you’re in a similar situation or trying
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“We need a new website.” Those are five simple words, but they pack a punch. I’ve seen more than one client come looking for help midstream during a redesign project because they didn’t realize just how much work was involved. Worse yet are the times a distraught client comes to me after unveiling a new