Tag Archives: support

Highlight your customer support methods in Google Search  |  Google Search Central Blog  |  Google Developers

By | March 19, 2023

Wednesday, July 7, 2021 Customers are often looking for ways to contact businesses, and Google works to show the best available information to help them in a variety of ways whenever we can. You can help us with this by following several best practices that help ensure we’re showing the most accurate information for your business or service.… Read More »

Yoast SEO 20.3: Better highlighter and Portuguese language support

By | March 14, 2023

Today, we’re making Yoast SEO 20.3 available to the world. This release comes with a long list of enhancements, bug fixes, and other improvements designed to help you improve your SEO experience. Improved highlighting in analyses One of the most significant updates in this release is an improved highlighting feature. Yoast SEO helps you quickly locate where you… Read More »

Google Unwraps February 2023 Product Reviews Update With Language Support

By | February 22, 2023

Google, at about 5pm ET last ***** on February 21, 2023, has unleashed the sixth product reviews update. This is named the February 2023 product reviews update and it expands to several more languages in addition to just English. Like most other updates, Google says this will take about two weeks to rollout. The languages now supported include… Read More »

seoplus+ to provide Digital Marketing support for CanExport Program – seoplus+ Blog

By | October 15, 2021

seoplus+ partnering with Canadian organizations to provide SEO services, paid advertising management, and e-commerce consulting in conjunction with CanExport funding grant program for SMEs. If you’re a business, times are tough. Turbulent, even. But not having an adequate digital marketing strategy in place can make those seas all the choppier. The optimal approach is, unironically, to optimize your… Read More »

Yoast SEO Premium comes with Spanish customer support

By | October 13, 2021

Did you know Spanish is the second-most spoken native language on this planet, after Mandarin Chinese? Over 500 million people natively speak Spanish. What’s more, Spanish is the fourth-most spoken language in the world. For Yoast, millions of Spanish-speaking people use our tools to improve their websites in their markets. We like to help them succeed. As of… Read More »

We asked, you answered: Should Google add noindex support to robots.txt? Poll results

By | October 5, 2021

In September, I put up a poll here on Search Engine Land to see if readers would like to have an instruction in robots.txt to mark pages for No Indexation. Today I’ll present the results along with a review of what the key issues are (and why Google won’t be adding support for this). Why would this be… Read More »

Google Search Drops Support For Internet Explorer 11 And So Can You

By | October 4, 2021

Malte Ubl, a Technically a Software Engineer at Google, announced on Twitter that Google has finally dropped officially support for Internet Explorer 11 IE11. He said “Google Search ended support for IE11 in its main product.” Here is the tweet: As a web developer this is one of the happiest announcements in a while: Google Search ended support… Read More »

Google Search Ends Support For Internet Explorer 11

By | October 3, 2021

Google Search is no longer supporting the Internet Explorer 11 web browser, as the company says: “We did the math. It’s time.” Malte Ubl, a software engineer at Google, made the announcement on Twitter noting it’s especially good news for the developer community: As a web developer this is one of the happiest announcements in a while: Google… Read More »

How to Use Structured Data to Support E-A-T

By | September 30, 2021

Google’s concept of “E-A-T” (Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness) has become a *** topic in the SEO community in recent years, as well as a source of many myths and misconceptions. One of the most prominent questions and mysteries surrounding E-A-T is whether and the extent to which it is a direct ranking factor in Google’s algorithms. However, Google… Read More »

Should robots.txt support a feature for no indexation? Take the survey

By | September 27, 2021

I saw a discussion on Twitter this morning about the idea of having a feature in LinkedIn that would block both crawling AND indexing. It started with this tweet by Christian Thurston (@ct_oz): “Hi John [Mueller], has Google considered making it so that the robots.txt file doesn’t just block crawling, but also blocks indexation? To quote @willcritchlow: “I… Read More »