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Google unveiled a number of new tech products, including Google Pixel, its new smartphone, at yesterday’s #MadeByGoogle event. In the SEO industry, we’re used to paying attention to whatever Google has to say. But as these new devices prove, it’s worth noting their more tangible technology offerings too. Tech junkies take note—Google has some good […]

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Google Penguin 4.0 is here! The long-awaited update (and the last of its kind) has released today and is running in real-time as part of Google’s core algorithm. This is the last Penguin update we will hear about, as further updates will be baked into Google’s continuous algorithm updates. Read on to find out more […]

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With Google placing a greater emphasis on AMP pages, more users are attempting to “AMPlify” their pages. As a result, Google recently shared two helpful guides to help users successfully implement their accelerated mobile pages. Using Search Console to AMPlify Your Site Google’s first guide shows how users can use Google Search Console to check […]

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How much time do you spend wondering how Google works? Do you keep yourself up at night, asking yourself how Google calculates which pages show up first in the search results? More importantly, do you wonder just how Google decides your website should be lower than another? Even at SEO Inc., an SEO company at […]

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Speed Up Your Robots.txt Submission Process

By: | January 4, 2016 | View: 2092

Waiting for your new site to get indexed? Google says you don’t have to wait long. All you have to do is go into Google Search Console and resubmit a new robots.txt file. How to Force a Robots.txt file Reprocessing According to Google’s John Mueller, all you have to do is go to Search Console, go […]

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The proof is in the pudding. And it could soon be in your rankings. In a recently released research paper, Google’s wizards reveals a new process that ranks web pages based on their accuracy. These formulas work based on a new factor called Knowledge-Based Trust (KBT). KBT can be used to “estimate the accuracy of […]

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