Category Archives: SEO News

Google Search Console Impressions Report and Continuous Scroll SERPs

By | October 26, 2021

In a Google Office-hours hangout John Mueller was asked a great question about how Google Search Console (GSC) reports impressions now that the first page of the search results are shown with a continuous scroll format. Continuous (Infinite) Scroll and Google Search Results Continuous scroll, also known as Infinite Scroll is a way to show content without forcing… Read More »

Google Ads App Campaigns Don’t Require Deep Linking

By | October 26, 2021

Google has announced that your app campaigns within Google Ads no longer require manual deep linking. You can now select the option to direct users to the app homepage even if your app does not have deep links implemented. Having deep links is awesome, if you know how to add deep links within your ads and your app.… Read More »

Google Says Non-AMP Page Throttling & Other AG Paxton’s Claims Baseless

By | October 26, 2021

First, please go read Google throttled non-AMP page speeds, created format to hamper header bidding, antitrust complaint claims story on Search Engine Land. In short, the claims from Attorney General Paxton said that Google throttled non-AMP pages and used various techniques to promote its own ad business and much more. Here is a snippet from the article: Newly… Read More »

The Link Building Tactic You’re Not Using: Shallow Links

By | October 26, 2021

You’ve built your fantastic website and filled it with amazing content. What’s left to make it a search engine sensation? Inbound links! No matter how much you optimize your HTML or how well you write your content, your webpages will not see the first page of search engine results unless you get those inbound links. Wait, do I… Read More »

Google Search Console API Gains Discover & Google News Data With Regex Support

By | October 26, 2021

Google added to the Search Console Search Analytics API Discover and Google News data that it added to the web interface earlier this year. Google also added support for Regex with the query and page dimensions. As a reminder, in January Google Search Console added a news performance report and in 2019 Google added Discover reports to Search… Read More »

Google: Using Admin Or Author For Author Name On Articles

By | October 26, 2021

Google’s John Mueller was asked if using “admin” or “author” for the author name on articles would be okay for some web sites. The answer was not 100% clear, but he suggested for YMYL categories of sites, it’s best to stay away from generic author names like that. But even for other sites, it might be best to… Read More »

Google: We Won’t Confuse Titles In SVG Images With Page Titles

By | October 26, 2021

The other day I asked John Mueller on Twitter to confirm that Google can handle and not confuse the titles in the SVG images with the page title. Turns out, John answered this question back in May saying that titles in SVG images are not something to worry about, that Google can handle it. Here is sample source… Read More »

Google Tiki Bar

By | October 26, 2021

Here is an older photo, from 2018, from the Google London office of a Tiki bar in the office. This must have been from some sort of Google party. I don’t have more context but this guy seems to be enjoying the event. It was shared on Instagram a while back. This post is part of our daily… Read More »

Blog: The SEO Cyborg | TechnicalSEO.com

By | October 26, 2021

SEO is more than the tri-force of crawling, indexing, and ranking. Alexis Sanders shares how the incredibly important steps of rendering, signaling, and connecting fit into the puzzle, and how you can use an enhanced SEO model to hyper-focus your efforts. Read the full post on the Moz Blog . Source link

Pixel Ranking Tracking but Even Better: The Absolute Visibility Score

By | October 26, 2021

June 24, 2020   |   Posted by Shay Harel I’ve been on a kick for a while now that the way we track rank on the SERP needs to change. In specific, qualifying what a ranking ‘win’ means is more important than ever. With so many SERP features dominating the above the fold space on the SERP… Read More »