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How to get found in Google Image Search When most people think of image SEO, they’re only thinking about the alt tags. While those are important to SEO and accessibility, there’s much more work to do for image optimization to help you get more traffic. Here’s what you should be doing in addition to those […]

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How to Deindex Pages Usually, the fastest way to remove a page from Google’s index is with the URL removal tool through Google Search Console. But if you are dealing with a larger site with lots of URLs, the tool isn’t an efficient solution. In these cases, John Mueller recommends keeping the URLs you’d like to deindex in your XML sitemap with […]

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How to Improve Your Crawl Budget

By: | January 24, 2017 | View: 4331

How to Improve Your Crawl Budget In a perfect world, Google would crawl our entire site. Google would find the right pages to put before our target users, and it would do so at instant speed. But Googlebot doesn’t work like that. More specifically, your site’s crawl budget probably doesn’t allow it. You can’t change […]

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Matt Cutts Resigns from Google

By: | January 19, 2017 | View: 4394

Matt Cutts, former head of web spam at Google, has officially resigned from the company. He took a leave of absence in 2014, spending some of that time working with the US Digital Service. Now, he reports he had officially resigned from Google on December 31, 2016 to stay on at the USDS as director of engineering. Tomorrow, […]

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How to Use Digital Assistants to Improve Local Search Move over, Alfred and Jarvis—Alexa, Siri, Cortana, and Google Home are on the job, and these digital assistants are answering local search queries better than ever before. Digital assistants are great at what’s becoming known as “conversational search”—queries that use actual conversations instead of the two-to-three […]

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Google Kills Off Content Keywords Feature

By: | December 5, 2016 | View: 3826

Google Kills Off Content Keywords Feature In a recent blog, Google reports that “the time has come to retire the Content Keywords feature.” Content Keywords were the primary method webmasters used to see how Google viewed their site, as well as if Google was able to crawl their pages or if their site was hacked. […]

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