Tag Archives:  Google

Post-Possum Google Local Finder Results Plagued by Quality Issues

By | November 28, 2021

October 10, 2016   |   Posted by Tzvi Barish Google definitely has a strong vested interest in ensuring that its search results are not dominated by spammy results. That’s why they rolled out the Penguin algorithm a few years ago to combat websites employing manipulative SEO techniques to boost their ranking. That’s also why at the beginning… Read More »

Google Eliminates Notable Online SERP Feature

By | November 27, 2021

November 3, 2016   |   Posted by Mordy Oberstein This morning started out like any other typical day, considering that the Chicago Cubs had just won the World Series for the first time in 108 years. That was all until I followed my daily routine of checking our Google SERP features tool. Making my way down the… Read More »

Google Will Not Set **** For Mobile-First Index

By | November 27, 2021

Google announced that the deadline for the switch to a completely mobile-first index has been cancelled and there is currently no **** for a final switchover. Postponing the final switch to a mobile-first index was done to accommodate the remaining websites that have not yet updated to a mobile-friendly version. Google Mobile-First Index The mobile-first index was intended… Read More »

Google My Business Rank Checker – Track Your Listing in Local Pack

By | November 27, 2021

November 14, 2016   |   Posted by Shay Harel Managing Google My Business (formerly Google Places) listings for a business with multiple locations is no easy task. Now tracking rank for a business across multiple locations has gotten that much easier and it’s no small deal. If you’re running a campaign for a site whose business is… Read More »

Expired Domains And Google Ranking Bonus?

By | November 27, 2021

In a Google Office-hours hangout Google’s John Mueller answered whether reviving content on a parked domain would have any kind of ranking advantage. Google’s John Mueller explained how Google handles expired domains. Parked And Expired Domains An expired domain is a domain that’s been previously registered but was allowed to expire and it returned to the general ****… Read More »

Google drops its mobile-first indexing deadline, leaves it open-ended

By | November 26, 2021

Google’s mobile-first indexing deadline is no longer a deadline and it decided to leave the “timeline open for the last steps of mobile-first indexing,” John Mueller of Google said on the company blog. Previously, Google postponed the deadline from September 2020 to March 2021, and that deadline came and past. No timeline. Now, Google said there is no… Read More »

Google: Random Sentence Bolding For SEO

By | November 26, 2021

So now that we know that bolding works for SEO and rankings in 2021, we need to start bolding everything. Or maybe we need to be more random about our bolding efforts. Or maybe we need to really think about what we bold. In all seriousness, it is kind of funny how much we are talking about bolding… Read More »

Google: You Can Use The Same Website Theme Across Multiple Sites

By | November 26, 2021

Do you want to use the same design theme on multiple websites? Well, Google’s John Mueller said it is fine to do that, in fact, he said many sites do share a similar or the same theme. The question was worded “Is Code duplication affecting SEO I used my Domain “A” CSS classes to Domain “B” is there… Read More »

Search News Buzz Video Recap: Google November Core Update Continued, Search Console Redesign, Crawling Bugs & Google Ads Credits

By | November 26, 2021

Happy Thanksgiving – we had a surprise from Google again, where the second wave of the Google November 2021 core update happened on Wednesday and Thursday – yes, the busiest time for online shopping. Prior, there was a poll that said 50% of SEOs did not notice changes from the core update. Google rolled out a new design… Read More »

Google: As Featured On Links To Publications Are Normal Links

By | November 26, 2021

I am sure you’ve all seen websites that have a section on their website for “As Featured On” or something like that, then a carousel or listing of logos from those brands. Well, those links should not be feared, John Mueller from Google said putting those links on your site “sounds like a normal link.” John Mueller said… Read More »