Tag Archives: TechnicalSEO.com

Presentation: SEO for eCommerce | TechnicalSEO.com

By | March 21, 2023

MozCon – March 5th, 2019 The post SEO for eCommerce appeared first on TechnicalSEO.com. Source link

Presentation: SEO for eCommerce: A Comprehensive Guide | TechnicalSEO.com

By | March 20, 2023

April 2nd, 2014 The post SEO for eCommerce: A Comprehensive Guide appeared first on TechnicalSEO.com. Source link

Blog: We Tested How Googlebot Crawls Javascript And Here’s What We Learned | TechnicalSEO.com

By | March 20, 2023

Think Google can’t handle JavaScript? Think again. Contributor Adam Audette shares the results of a series of tests conducted by his colleagues at Merkle | RKG to examine how different JavaScript functions would be crawled and indexed by Google. Read the full post on Search Engine Land . Source link

Blog: Troubleshooting Data Fluctuations in SEO | TechnicalSEO.com

By | March 20, 2023

“It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.” –Sherlock Holmes, A Scandal in Bohemia Just like Sherlock Holmes, as SEO consultants, we stand behind our work by showing performance changes with our data. We’ve all come in on a morning… Read More »

Blog: Ad Blockers & Analytics: What Webmasters Should Know And Do | TechnicalSEO.com

By | March 19, 2023

As of September 16, 2015, ad blockers entered the world of iOS devices when Apple announced they would allow third-party development of “content blocking” apps in its new operating system, iOS 9. One of them, Crystal, became in a few days one of the most downloaded paid apps from the App Store. Unfortunately for website owners, Crystal (and… Read More »

Blog: Why Google’s Cache Should Not Be Used For SEO | TechnicalSEO.com

By | March 19, 2023

For a long time, SEOs have relied on Google’s cached version of pages to answer questions such as Did Google crawl this page? When? Can the bot see the content? etc. However, this feature (if used) must be used with caution and here’s why. Read the full post on Max Prin’s blog . Source link

Presentation: Structured Data & Quick Answers: Chasing Ranking #0 | TechnicalSEO.com

By | March 18, 2023

SMX Paris – June 2nd, 2016 The post Structured Data & Quick Answers: Chasing Ranking #0 appeared first on TechnicalSEO.com. Source link

Blog: How To Quickly Find And Export All Subdomains Indexed By Google | TechnicalSEO.com

By | March 18, 2023

Performing an SEO audit? Contributor Max Prin demonstrates how to find all of a website’s indexed subdomains using a simple (and free) Chrome plugin. An SEO audit is rarely limited to the www (or non-www) version of a website. When looking for potential duplicate content, it’s often important to know how many subdomains exist and, more importantly, how… Read More »

Blog: AMP: Above and Beyond | TechnicalSEO.com

By | March 18, 2023

Want to know more about Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)? Columnist Max Prin recaps a session from SMX Advanced 2016 featuring John Shehata of Condé Nast and Google’s Rudy Galfi, product manager for the AMP Project. Read the full post on Search Engine Land . Source link

Blog: What Is Semantic Search And What Should You Do About It? | TechnicalSEO.com

By | March 17, 2023

SEO specialists spend massive amounts of effort trying to get Google on our side — to see the brilliance of our content, the ingenuity of our meta elements, and the genius of our organic strategies. We spend so much time treating Google as a metaphorical friend that we sometimes lose sight of the overarching picture: that Google’s (sometimes… Read More »