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Easy-To-Use Excel Checklist For Converting HTTP To HTTPS

An Easy-to-Use Excel HTTP to HTTPS Conversion Checklist For SEOs from B-SeenOnTop

Security is a top priority for Google and a growing concern for savvy Internet users. HTTPS (HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure) uses encryption and authentication to protect the integrity and confidentiality of data shared between two Internet devices. Google is pushing hard for website owners to migrate from HTTP to HTTPS, but it is not as […]

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Why Every Website Owner Should Care About (And Convert to) HTTPS

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I think most people know or suspect that it’s unwise to purchase items over a public Internet connection but they might not know why. One of the reasons is because of a possible man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack. A MITM attack is when someone inserts him or herself into the middle of your, and the website you […]

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The Yoast Focus Keyword Field Is Not Broken

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The Yoast SEO plugin is a popular tool among search engine optimization specialists and bloggers. It helps users optimize their website and suggests popular words and phrases (keywords) people might be using to search for your goods and/or services. You can include those keywords in your blog posts and increase your chances of being eligible to […]

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How To Optimize A Blog Post Using WordPress and Yoast

How To Optimize a Blog Post Using Wordpress and Yoast | B-SeenOnTop

This article is a detailed guide for how to optimize a blog post using Wordpress and Yoast, the popular Wordpress SEO plugin by Joost de Valk. It assumes you have already solved the problem of what to write about, and have a draft blog post title and content ready to go. The post is laid out in 12 steps beginning right after you have logged into your Wordpress site. It’s detailed and long. If you’re looking for a quick and dirty guide, this is not it.

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