A sitemap is a resource you make for your website to allow it to be discovered by Google and other search engines. Providing resource metadata in the form of sitemaps is a vital method to position your content to appear in search.
Search engine web crawlers crawl your webpages and other site pages that link to your content to retrieve content. The content that crawlers retrieve from your website is what forms a given search engine’s index, which is what they use to return search results.
A sitemap gives search engine systems a direct list of URLs to your content, improving a crawler’s ability to find your webpages as it no longer relies solely on your page’s relationship to other referring pages within your website and on the internet.
Event tracking refers to the measuring of interactions on a website beyond a web page load. Event tracking supplies data on how web visitors are engaging with a website, which makes it possible to optimise the SEO and PPC marketing campaigns to maximum effect.Learn More
Every website has a Domain Rank. This represents the total amount of positive link metrics associated with a website in total. The Domain Rank is controlled by the combined PageRank of all of the individual pages on a website.Learn More