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Why Your Website Needs an SSL

SSL, which stands for Secure Socket Layer, is a standard security technology that is used on websites to make them encrypted. It encrypts the information your browser sends to the server.

In a nutshell, an SSL is what you install on a website when you want your website and your users to be kept safe and secure. It's what you see at the top of your browser that makes it HTTPS instead of HTTP.


What is a website silo?

This is something I only ran across recently and it's very interesting in it's potential impact for SEO.

In a website silo structure, you try to put all your SEO influence for one particular keyword phrase into ONE page.


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How to easily post video to your website


One of the best ways to capture your users attention on your website is with video. A video will draw your users in, show them what you have to offer, and encourage them to look further into your website. But how do you put a video on your website?

It's super easy! Just follow our 2 steps below:

Step 1: Upload Video to YouTube

  • Sign in to Youtube (or create an account if you don't already have a Google account).
  • Click "Upload" at the top of the screen
  • If it's your first video you've uploaded, you may have to fill out some basic information, such as your name and birthday. Soon you should get to the screen you see below, or something very similar:
Post Video to YouTube
  • Click on the arrow, and then select the video file on your computer you want to upload. This tutorial is assuming that you already have a video file ready to use.
  • It may take some time for the video to fully upload, but once it's done you should be able to view your video on YouTube!

Step 2: Place Your YouTube Video on Your Website

  • Go to your video on YouTube
  • Click Share
  • Click Embed
  • Copy and paste the code that shows up into your webpage. You can also change the size of the video if you want. See below:
Post Video to YouTube

Your video will appear wherever you place that bit of code! Good luck!

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