It’s a reality that information entered by customers into webpage forms can be intercepted. “Hack attacks” are a lurking threat, UNLESS your site is protected by SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). SSL encryption forms a binding connection between browser and server, meaning no one else can access the information typed, except you and your customer. Do we set you up with this? Hell yes we do!
In simple terms, SEO works by demonstrating to search engines that your content is the best result for the topic at hand. This is because all search engines have the same goal: To show the best, most relevant results to their users. Precisely how you do this depends on the search engine you’re optimizing for. If you want more organic traffic to your web pages, then you need to understand and cater to Google’s algorithm. If you want more video views, then it’s all about YouTube’s algorithm. Since each search engine has a different ranking algorithm, it’d be impossible to cover them all in this guide. So, going forward, we’ll focus on how to rank in the biggest search engine of them all: Google.
Improving website load times – By distributing content closer to website visitors by using a nearby CDN server (among other optimizations), visitors experience faster page loading times. As visitors are more inclined to click away from a slow-loading site, a CDN can reduce bounce rates and increase the amount of time that people spend on the site. In other words, a faster a website means more visitors will stay and stick around longer.