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SEO: 8 mistakes to avoid in natural referencing

SEO: 8 mistakes to avoid in natural referencing

January 7, 2022 |

Whatever the goal of a website, to make a business more visible or to develop its sales, it is necessary to avoid certain pitfalls in SEO for the site to fulfill its mission. Focus on fundamental errors that are detrimental to its presence on search engines and its contribution to the growth of the business. Do not conduct a semantic audit Starting a website without conducting a semantic audit is like driving a car at night without headlights. The semantic audit makes it possible to exhaustively determine the keywords and phrases corresponding to the queries of Internet users on which it is important for the site to rise in the Google rankings. Complex site architecture Structuring the information on your site properly allows Google to better understand the topics covered and the services or products you offer. The architecture stems from the work done in the semantic audit, which helps…    read more 

The release of the next version of WordPress has been postponed

The release of WordPress 5.9 has been postponed

November 26, 2021 |

Originally announced for December 14, the update of WordPress has been postponed to January 25, 2022. In an official post, the CMS used by 42% of sites in the world announces a “revolutionary version”, which should offer more control over the design of a site, as well as easy access to models. This will make it easier to change the entire look of your site without having to change the theme. Among the major evolutions expected within the framework of WordPress 5.9 is the Full Site Editing (FSE) project, which must offer a new native experience to manage the interface of its site from editorial blocks. More than 30 thematic blocks will be at your disposal to create all the parts of your site. You will also benefit from new design tools, such as adding filters to images and more precise settings for button borders. While it was to constitute…    read more 

Google Chrome: with this new feature, some pages open instantly

Google Chrome: with this new feature, some pages open instantly

November 19, 2021 |

If Google Chrome is the most popular browser in the world today, it is in part thanks to its integration with the company’s other services from Mountain View. But it’s also because Google keeps making improvements. In fact, recently Google has speeded up the Chrome update cycle. Whereas previously new releases would arrive every 6 weeks, now they come every 4 weeks. And precisely this week, Google is rolling out a new version: Chrome 96. As reported by the Android Central site, on computers, this new version brings something new that will greatly improve your browsing experience. Called a “back-forward cache,” this new feature in Chrome will cause certain pages to open instantly. The operation of this novelty is quite simple to explain: in fact, Google Chrome will memorize in the cache the pages which you have already opened, so that these can open very quickly if you press the…    read more 

What is the impact of hosting on your site's Google ranking?

What is the impact of hosting on your site’s Google ranking?

October 27, 2021 |

In its last algorithm update last August, Google changed a number of its ranking criteria that are directly related to the quality of your web hosting. In this article we’ll take a look at the four aspects of your web hosting that can influence your website’s ability to rank and explain why they are important: Server availability Google is not at all inclined to send users to offline websites. If it continues to provide links to sites that don’t exist, people will turn to another search engine. Google therefore monitors how long websites are online and uses it as part of its ranking algorithm. There are many reasons why your site may go offline. Some of these are related to changes you make to your site, such as putting it in maintenance mode or crashing by installing incompatible software or because of coding errors. Other reasons could be due to…    read more 

4 reasons to adopt responsive design

4 reasons to adopt responsive design

October 21, 2021 |

As an internet user, have you ever come across a website that is not suitable for your mobile device? Certainly! And how annoying, frustrating and annoying when responsive design is not adopted! You most certainly did not continue to visit this site or do business with this company which made a very bad first impression on you. This is so important in the field of sales and advice. But as a professional that you are, regardless of your sector of activity (self-employed, craftsman, director of an SME or a large company, etc.), do you have a website perfectly suited to mobile browsing? ? The entire world’s population is spending more and more time on the web (searching for information, shopping online, social media, etc.) from mobile devices. So more and more potential customers are surfing the web using their cell phone or tablet. It is therefore essential that the content…    read more 

WordPress 5.9: what's new for the December 2021 update

WordPress 5.9: what’s new for the December 2021 update

September 13, 2021 |

In a blogpost, Josepha Haden Chomphosy, executive director of the WordPress project, unveiled the release schedule for the last major version of WordPress in 2021 and its various stages, namely: Go / no date: October 12, 2021 Feature freeze and bug fixes: November 9, 2021 Beta 1: November 16, 2021 Release Candidate 1: November 30, 2021 WordPress 5.9 official release: December 14, 2021 An update focused on the complete edition of the site (FSE) With WordPress 5.9, the CMS, which now largely dominates the market with 44% of the market share, wants to move up a gear by launching Full Site Editing (FSE) more widely, the new management experience native to its interface. “The main goal for 2021 is to get the full edition of the site for all users,” confirms Josepha Haden Chomphosy. As a reminder, FSE must allow administrators and developers of WordPress sites a better mastery of…    read more 

WordPress: the old editor will be maintained until the end of 2022 minimum

WordPress: the old editor will be maintained until the end of 2022 minimum

September 5, 2021 |

This is news that should please more than one WordPress site owner: the Classic Editor plugin will be maintained until 2022! First slated to be accessible until the end of 2021, some WordPress users were starting to wonder about this “forced” transition as the deadline approached. WordPress management reassured them that the plugin will be available “until at least 2022, or as long as necessary”. As a reminder, in 2018 the CMS began the launch of a new block editor (Gutenberg), aimed at making it easier to add, edit and manipulate content when creating articles. At the same time, this change was not unanimous among the WordPress community. In response, the Classic Editor plug-in (which reverts to the old editor) was implemented. An official plugin maintained by the WordPress team, which aims to “ease the transition from the old editor to Gutenberg, the block editor.” MondialPress TranslationsFrom English to Arabic,…    read more 

WordPress: the CMS king of the Web

WordPress: the CMS king of the Web

August 23, 2021 |

Even if you’re not a geek, unfamiliar with CMS, you’ve probably heard of WordPress before. This titan reigns over the web, and particularly over content managers. In 2001, Michel Valdrighi began the development of b2, a software for publishing blogs. Two years later, Matthew Mullenweg and Mike Little fix bugs and add features. The software becomes B2évolution, then WordPress. Version 1.0 was released in 2004 and has been enriched with new features every year. Be careful not to confuse WordPress.org and WordPress.com: where the former manages the open source distribution of the CMS, the latter provides a hosting service for a WordPress site. This content manager is distributed in open source under the GNU GPL license. The statistics on WordPress are dizzying, since nearly 40% of sites are powered by this manager. Over 500 sites are built with WordPress every day! The American giant The Walt Disney Company and the…    read more 

WordPress or Wix? Which platform to choose for optimal SEO?

WordPress or Wix? Which platform to choose for optimal SEO?

August 9, 2021 |

Everyone knows that these days a web presence through a quality site is essential for all professionals. Whether you are a business owner, a self-employed worker (regardless of your sector of activity), a professional or a craftsman, it is essential to make yourself known and develop your turnover to have a professional website. (WordPress, Wix or other). Of course, being on the web is just the first step in a business’s marketing strategy. You should also think about natural referencing (SEO) so that you can rank among the top results of search engines such as Google. So you’ve decided to build your website, but you don’t know which platform to choose? After several searches, you still don’t know which online website builder to choose for optimal SEO? It is indeed very easy to get lost among all the platforms available when you are not specialized in the field. No problem,…    read more