Tag Archives: Engines

IndexNow Now Sharing URLs Between Search Engines & IndexNow API

By | January 14, 2022

When IndexNow was first announced by Microsoft Bing in October, it was not yet at a point where the participating search engines we co-sharing URLs – but that is no longer the case. Participating IndexNow search engines, which is still just Microsoft Bing and Yandex, are now co-sharing URLs. That means when you submit a URL through IndexNow… Read More »

IndexNow Enables Data Sharing Between Search Engines

By | January 13, 2022

Microsoft is making the IndexNow protocol easier to implement by ensuring submitted URLs are simultaneously shared between search engines. IndexNow launched in October 2021 as solution to help websites get their content indexed and updated in search engines faster. The IndexNow protocol ensures that all URLs submitted to any IndexNow-enabled search engine immediately get submitted to all other… Read More »

Google: Fluff Content Hard For Search Engines To Understand & Maybe Rank

By | January 13, 2022

Google’s John Mueller the other day said on Twitter the example given to him was “less about duplicate content, and more about fluff.” He said when it comes to fluff content, it makes “it hard for search engines to figure out what you’re trying to say.” The truth is, it seems like not only does Google crawl and… Read More »

Edward Snowden calls out Google over search engine’s privacy

By | November 17, 2021

Edward Snowden, the individual responsible for one of the most significant information leaks in US history, decided on Tuesday that it was time to call out Google’s search engine. He posted, “Is it just me, or have search results become absolute garbage for basically every site? It’s nearly impossible to discover useful information these days (outside the ArchWiki)”… Read More »

Can Pro-Privacy Search Engines Replace Google?

By | November 1, 2021

Consumers of all ages and demographics are becoming increasingly aware of their growing dependence on technology – in many cases at the expense of their privacy. According to Pew Research Center, 80% of Americans think the potential risks of personal data collection by companies outweigh the benefits and 79% of adults are very or somewhat concerned about how… Read More »

3 Eco-Friendly Search Engines Fighting Climate Change

By | October 22, 2021

Using an eco-friendly search engine can help you to fight climate change by doing what you do every day: searching the web. It’s old news that carbon dioxide (CO2) gases are fuelling climate change, and every time you perform a Google search you’re adding carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. Back in 2009, Google stated that a search generates… Read More »

IndexNow – Ping Some Search Engines With URLs For Instant Indexing

By | October 19, 2021

Microsoft Bing and Yandex announced a new initiative named IndexNow that lets site owners ping IndexNow’s protocol to achieve instant indexing with the participating search engines. The participating search engines right now are only Bing and Yandex; Google is not a part of it, nor are other search engines as of yet. There is a website at IndexNow.org… Read More »

IndexNow – new initiative by Microsoft and Yandex to push content to search engines

By | October 18, 2021

Microsoft and Yandex announced a new initiative today named IndexNow, a protocol that any search engine can participate in to enable site owners to have their pages and content instantly indexed by the search engine. Currently, Microsoft Bing and Yandex are the two search engines fully participating in the initiative but others are welcome to adopt this open… Read More »

Interview With Bill Slawski: Search Engines, SEO Myths & More!

By | October 16, 2021

Bill Slawski is an SEO legend. He’s been doing SEO consulting professionally since 1996 (yes, that’s before Google was founded) and the community knows him as the guy who loves diving deep into search engine patents and whitepapers. If you really want to understand how search engines work, his blog SEO by the Sea is one of the… Read More »

Track Changes In Search Engine Results Using New Serpstat Search Engines Storm Tool — Serpstat Blog

By | October 14, 2021

We implement features in Serpstat based on market analysis as well as at customers’ requests. And today, I have fantastic news for you: the long-awaited tool, which many clients have been asking for, has been launched – Search engines storm! In this article, I’ll explain the benefits of the new tool and how to use it. Source link