The best way to maintain and standardize the quality of your website's content is to design and implement a publishing workflow that is managed by your content management system.
Optimizing images for search engines is a very easy way to improve on-page search engine optimization. By correctly describing images – and using proper keyword placement – in file names and alternative text fields, you can help boost organic search rankings.
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is legislation enacted by the provincial government in 2005. It set out goals and guidelines to make Ontario accessible by the year 2025. An accessible website accommodates the different ways that people with disabilities navigate websites and consume online content.
A lack of brand consistency can ultimately be confusing for your audience. However, your CMS can help combat the challenge of keeping branding consistent by using it as a hub for branding guidelines.
Google Calendar is a great platform to host your editorial calendar. It's easy-to-use, flexible and moving things around is simple and seamless. It's also easily shareable, making it possible for multiple content contributors to collaborate on ideas and gain visibility into what is in production/go-live dates.
A call-to-action (CTA) is a button or link placed on your website that guides users to complete a task – like filling out a form or downloading an eBook. CTA's are a great way to make sure that your website is working for you and getting you to your business goals.
Google is starting to experiment with a brand new format of search results, which will eventually enable public figures and business to manage a one-way content feed that is directly built into search results pages.
Your site's internal search bar can be mined for valuable metrics and insights about your visitors. This data can be leveraged to improve your SEO strategy, user-experience and conversion rates.
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