A well-crafted URL provides search engines an easy-to-understand indication of what the destination page will be about. URL that includes keywords can improve your site's search visibility.
Although some search engines may be able to find your site on their own, we submit your website to major search engines, which helps to speed up the process of getting your site indexed.
Webmaster tools helps you to understand what’s going on with your site. You can make decisions based off of data instead of going in blindly. Monitor how search engines sees your website.
Sitemap is a list of pages on a website that is accessible to all users. An XML sitemap is a way for website owners to tell search engines about all the pages that exist on their website.
Robot.txt is very effective in blocking search engines attempting to index scripts, utilities and other codes. It also resists indexation of duplicate content on the website.
Link building is the process of acquiring hyperlinks from other websites to your own. If you want traffic from search, you need to consistently secure good links from relevant websites.
Content optimization is crucial for SEO. It is important for pages that include information. A well-optimized image also has the right name and alt text, so it’s optimized for search engines.
Ping is like making aware the search engine about your new posts/pages or new changes introduced recently. Pinging helps your content, posts by alerting the web crawlers.
Keyword research is a core SEO task that involves identifying popular words and phrases people enter into search engines in an attempt to figure out what to rank for. It isn't just a one-off task.
An Site Audit is a health check for your site. It looks at the technical infrastructure of your site, the on-page elements and off-page essentials to optimise SE visibility, usability and conversion.
Link juice refers to the equity passed to a site via links from external or internal. Interpreted as a vote of recommendation and is one of the factors in determining site’s search ranking.
Meta tags are snippets of text that describe a page’s content; they don’t appear on the page itself, but only in the page’s code. Meta tags help tell SE and users what your site is about.