Moreover, when it comes to heading tags, you should avoid using generic terms such as “Home” or “Services” and never put information that most likely appear in your < H1 > as an image.
Ever since 2011, Google announced that site speed is a contributing factor to search rankings, and as today there is even further emphasis on user experience than ever before, site speed will continue to be an important contributing factor. Google knows that users want a faster browsing experience and that they are used to this experience within today's advanced internet technology. You improve your website's speed by doing the following:
Google dropped a bomb recently stating that, as of April 21st 2015, the search engine will be extending the use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal throughout all mobile search results.
To be sure that your site is still appearing in Google's mobile search engine results after April 21st, give your website a test run with the mobile-friendly testing tool. If yours passes through, you shouldn’t have any issues worth worrying about.
For more information on the mobile friendly update please click here to read our “Google To Use Mobile Usability As A Ranking Factor In Mobile SEO” blog post.