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In the past, creating a website meant writing the code yourself, figuring out hosting, and possibly even hiring a webmaster. Now you can create a site in minutes; no HTML or CSS experience required.
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Now let’s take a look at some smart, useful resources that every website owner should use. Believe me. You need to bookmark these.
Start with Google Search Console
When it comes to search, Google reigns supreme. If you want more traffic, start here. Google offers free tools Helps you monitor, maintain and troubleshoot your site’s presence in Google search results.
There are several reasons to plug your website into the console, but most importantly, it tells you how search engines find and crawl your website. You’ll be able to see if the page has any indexing issues, and if you add new content that doesn’t show up in search results, you can request a reindex.
Search Console also provides information about your visitors’ browsing habits, such as the search terms they use to find you or how often your site appears in search results. helpful.
check your link
You can have great design and great content, but broken links are annoying enough to turn visitors away. link checker from WC3 scans website links and gives you a summary of their health.
It provides information about any 200 errors (“Some links to this resource point to broken URI fragments”), 404 errors (“The link is broken. Double check that you haven’t made any typos or mistakes”) and more.
It’s easy to see if all your content and links are pointing in the right direction. Pro tip: Broken links affect your position in Google search results, which means less traffic.
Make sure your website is mobile-friendly
How frustrating is it to open a website that you can’t navigate on your phone? Most browsers can extend web content to a mobile version, but there are bound to be things that look out of place, broken, or just weird.
This mobile friendly test The feature from Google is exactly what the name suggests: it checks whether your website is mobile-friendly.Just enter your website URL and click test url.
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View your site’s score
Want a more complete picture of your website’s health? Nibbler double check your website and gives you a score from 1 to 10 in multiple categories.
Results are broken down by section. Nibble will give you where to improve. For example, the accessibility score takes into account internal links, page titles, headings, and mobile friendliness. Technical analysis of how well your website is designed. The experience focuses on the site’s satisfaction with the user.
The test is free to complete, but please note that you will be limited to three reports.
Improve your search results and content
How does your website compare to your competitors? By checking your domain or keywords associated with it, Uber advice You’ll be shown top-ranking pages from your competitors, suggested keywords for your page to rank higher in search results, and even some handy content ideas to drive more traffic.
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