Tag Archives: Page

Product page SEO: 5 things to improve

By | October 26, 2021

Besides optimizing your product pages for user experience, you want to make sure these pages are as good as possible for SEO as well. Obviously, you might think. In this post, we’ll show you a couple less obvious — at least for most website owners — elements of product page SEO and tell you why it’s so important… 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 »

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 throttled AMP page speeds, created format to hamper header bidding, antitrust complaint claims

By | October 24, 2021

Newly unredacted complaints against Google allege that the search giant’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), which the company claimed would “dramatically improve” mobile web performance when it launched in 2015, was in fact a scheme to coerce publishers into using the format in order to limit advertising dollars not spent on its own ad exchanges. The complaint, which is… Read More »

Latest Google Algorithm Update: Page Experience | Search Engine Marketing Consultant & Search Engine Optimization Services

By | October 23, 2021

Latest posts by Daniel P. Borbolla (see all) If you’re concerned about the new page experience Google algorithm update, you can exhale for now since it won’t be rolling out until 2021. On the Official Google Webmaster Central Blog, they detail what this update intends to fix, what these changes mean for your website moving forward, and how… Read More »

Analyzing the On-Site User Journey: Page Pathing for SEO Insights | TechnicalSEO.com

By | October 23, 2021

At the heart of SEO is content, establishing a platform on which we can create beneficial user experiences. Optimized content brings users to your site and keeps them there, meeting them at their search intents and guiding them down the conversion funnel. However, we often forget to analyze where content leads users once they interact with it. This… Read More »

Google Page Experience Update: What You Need To Know

By | October 21, 2021

Google has been working on integrating page experience into its ranking algorithm for a few years now, but in June 2021 this will be fully rolled out across the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages). The page experience update promises to fuse page experience signals into Google’s core ranking algorithm. To get your website ready for the page experience… Read More »

Help! Google is Updating Page Experience! – Digital Freak

By | October 20, 2021

Help! Google is Updating Page Experience! Google’s page experience update has gotten a lot less coverage than they’re doing away with third-party cookies for targeted behavioural advertising – but that doesn’t mean it’s not important! Here are some things to think about to keep your brand where it should be in Google rankings when this update rolls out,… Read More »

Checking Your Page Size for SEO: A Complete Guide

By | October 20, 2021

Today’s internet speeds are out of this world. According to Statista, the average fixed broadband download speed is 105.15 Mbps, and mobile is 55.95 Mbps. Even so, code bloat, glitches, and other issues can lead to page sizes that become a critical pain point for SEO. You would not believe the kinds of page sizes I have run… Read More »

Google: Different Intent Content On A Page Basis Can Confuse, Not Site Level

By | October 20, 2021

Google’s John Mueller said when it comes to confusing Google around having different intent of content, it is more of an issue on the page-level and not on the site-level. John said “a lot of websites just have a mix of different kinds of content,” and that is an issue “page-level rather than on a website level,” he… Read More »