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If you're reading this, then our SEO and Social Media Marketing efforts have paid off, so CONGRATULATIONS to us!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Now that you're here, we have to assume that you are interested in improving your website's SEO performance - we can help.

Fixing your site's SEO issues is the first step. Search engines today expect website owners to address their concerns; they expect website owners to invest and demonstrate that they value the latest search engine optimization requirements.

There are various aspects to SEO and driving traffic to your site but it all begins with tuning up your site and addressing the SEO basics.

Here we will show you a few things you can do to immediately improve with your site's SEO.

A few of the SEO things we'll discuss here are: code quality and minifification, customer engagement (bounce rate), driving traffic to your site (social media marketing), and getting results.

Continue reading down this page to learn more and pick up a few free pointers along the way.

Attention To Detail | The First Step

Netvolution Seo Score 98 out of 100

The first thing we need to do to improve the value of your site with Google and all the other search engines is to make sure you have a quality site. The definition of a quality site is always changing so it's important that you are always giving your site a checkup and addressing any issues that may arise. Achieving and maintaining a high SEO score shows the search engines that you care about your site and that you are willing to invest to keep up with the latest requirements. Remember that the value is always in the details.

So, let's talk about the details for a moment and what we mean by details. By details, we mean everything about your site: the files that make up your site, the URLs used by your site, compression of your site, and so much more.

When it comes to the HTML CSS files that make up your web pages, for example, they should be as clean as possible. All files should validate with the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) Standards. Your first freebie are the links below where you can run tests of your files:

Not only should your CSS file meet the W3C standard, but it also needs to be minified along with your JavaScript files. This one is about performance because page speed is important. Your second freebie is the list of links below where you can minify your CSS and JavaScript files:

There are other factors that impact performance and need to be addressed. We'll get to that later. Please keep reading for another freebie.

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