Entries by Kim Honiball

Web Design Principles for the Modern Age

Design principles are always changing, meaning web design principles are changing even faster. Here are the top five trends Cabedge is anticipating for website design in 2018: Broken Grid Layouts If you’re not a designer, you probably don’t know about the grid method of design. Basically, you use a grid to lay out all the […]

Why Video Creation is Essential to Your SEO Ranking

In 2018, users are going to increasingly be looking for video content to give them information. YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world, and more and more people are searching for videos now than ever. Video content is growing in popularity as a way to virtually teach lessons and share information to […]

How to Make Friends and Influence Link Earning for Better SEO

Link building has always been important to a website’s SEO, but now more than ever, the practice is about engagement and relationship building. As Google’s machines get smarter, they can realize when links are disingenuous, and then stop giving those links as much credit in their SEO formula. That’s why it’s crucial to build relationships […]

The Age of Voice Assistants: How to Get Noticed

You might have gotten used to calling Alexa for your every waking need, but Google is still trying to figure out how to rank these searches properly. Voice searching is on the rise with gadgets like Alexa and Google Home. Searching is a whole different ball game than it was five years ago, and SEO […]

Google’s Mobile-First Index to Launch in 2018

Over the last decade, more people have turned to their mobile devices to perform searches than ever before. In 2017, mobile searches accounted for 55 percent of all traffic. With the increased use of mobile devices to find answers to user’s questions, Google is working to release its mobile-first index in 2018- an index that […]

The Knowledge Box Takeover

Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs) are constantly changing — becoming smarter to show users exactly what they are looking for. When this happens, it means fewer people are actually clicking through to websites because they can find the answer they are looking for right on the SERP. In 2012, Google introduced what are known as […]