Reasons Your Website Faces A Google Penalty

Google will penalize websites if they are not following the guidelines within them. If you follow the rules, then your site becomes more relevant to users searching online. This means people find your content easier, which in turn improves traffic from organic searches. If there is no improvement in SEO over time, then Google may decide to remove those sites completely or reduce their ranking even further depending on the severity of their violation. In some cases, Google could also ban an entire domain name from appearing at all. To fix it, you may use the Google Penalty Removal service. But before, let’s delve into the reasons, why the penalty takes place, and how to avoid it.…

The Impact of Social Media on Today’s Education System

Social media has made so much growth and changes over the past years. This spiked over the period of the coronavirus pandemic. People spent the most time on social media creating content, interacting with others, and working or studying. This has brought a lot of transformations, especially to the educational system. Some positive and others negative. Students and teachers can easily tell all benefits they have gained from using social media for their studies. On the other hand, parents can also tell the effects they have seen on their children.…

Meta tag “description” to improve SEO

Tag descriptions in WordPress 2.8 is a very interesting post on how to improve your post keywords (tag description). A good way to optimize the blurb nested in the <meta name="description" content="Specific description to make GoogleBot smile to your contents">. See also my long boring french (sorry) post titled: Une meilleure indexation avec Not at All in One SEO pour WordPress (A better SEO with Not at All in One SEO for WordPress)!  …