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Brightspot provides a number of built-in search engine optimization (SEO) features that you can enable or review with any site launch. Here's a punch list of things to keep in mind as you make a play to win at SEO.
A good content management system (CMS) is critical to the success of many modern organizations. And while your small company may not need all the content production bells and whistles that a multimillion-dollar enterprise requires, you still need a reliable CMS to build a successful digital experience for your customers as well as your in-house team. If you’re shopping for a CMS for your small company, keep an eye out for these key features.
Visit our developer documentation resource to learn more about how the Brightspot CMS is configured to help you succeed at SEO.
While practitioners spend a lot of time doing on-page SEO, it can be beneficial to look further upstream and optimize your CMS content model for SEO. The content model helps to establish the structured data that search engines use to understand and prioritize different web content. Find out more here.
Amazon Comprehend's Natural Language API can be used to provide data insights about keyword relevancy for your content—and power improved SEO performance.
If content is king, then your metadata is the lifeblood that gives it its eminence. Without its metadata, your content would just be invisible.
In this article we discuss SERP rich snippets and why these are important to your SEO efforts, plus how Brightspot is configured out-of-the-box to support them through structured data.
Search engines like Google and Bing are working to deliver search results that respond more accurately to questions phrased in conversational language. Now and into the future—especially with the growth in voice-activated search—meeting complex requests phrased in our natural language will be key to maintaining optimal search performance in the future.
In order to succeed at SEO in 2021, enterprise organizations need to pay attention to the tactics and trends taking shape to stay ahead of the curve. Here are three trends to keep a close eye as you build out your SEO strategy for the year ahead.
Nine out of ten web pages get no search traffic from Google—representing an opportunity for many businesses to boost their SEO strategies, and make SEO a priority this year. To get started, here are three essential SEO tools for organizations and publishers to keep in mind.
Search engine optimization, or SEO, is the process of helping search engines better understand your content so they can determine where it should rank. A well-executed content strategy for SEO will provide a major return on your investment in content that will continue to pay dividends over time.
Looking beyond on-page content and keywords, these five technical issues could be compromising SEO for content on your website.