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More time, tools, and details on the page experience update

Monday, April 19, 2021 Last November we announced that the page experience ranking change will go live on Google Search this year, in what we’re calling the “page experience update”. To help publishers and site owners improve their page experience and prepare, today we’re announcing a few key updates: Gradual …

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Upcoming changes to FeedBurner  |  Google Search Central Blog

Wednesday, April 14, 2021 FeedBurner has been a part of Google for almost 14 years, and we’re making several upcoming changes to support the product’s next chapter. If you use FeedBurner to manage your RSS feeds, here’s what you can expect to change and what you can do now to …

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Announcing the Sustainable Monetized Websites video series

Monday, April 12, 2021 The new series Sustainable Monetized Websites is now available on the Search Central and the Google AdSense YouTube channels. This series focuses on the best practices for people who create or manage content online and monetize it, acknowledging how challenging this can be and assisting them …

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Expanding support for APAC Search Central Help Communities

Friday, April 9, 2021 Earlier in 2020, we opened Google Search Central Help Communities in multiple markets like the Polish, Turkish, and Arabic communities. As we’ve been continuously working to improve support for website owners in more language markets, we’re very excited to announce the opening of our Chinese, Korean, …

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What creators should know about Google’s product reviews update

Thursday, April 8, 2021 Google Search is always working to show the most useful and helpful information possible, through testing, experimenting, and review processes. From this, we know people appreciate product reviews that share in-depth research, rather than thin content that simply summarizes a bunch of products. That’s why we’re …

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Improved data filtering and comparison on Performance reports

Wednesday, April 07, 2021 The Search Console Performance reports allow users to understand how people find their site on Google. Today, we’re introducing two improvements that will make the reports more useful: regular expression (regex) filters and a revamped comparison mode. Filters now support regular expressions In the Performance reports, …

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New for education sites: Practice problems and Math solver structured data

Thursday, March 25, 2021 According to Unesco, nearly 1.5 billion learners had their education disrupted due to COVID-19. Almost overnight, students, parents, and educators had to adapt to new learning norms. MMany folks turned to Google for help finding educational and learning resources and we are committed to supporting ways …

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Clarifications about the SharedArrayBuffer object message

Friday, March 19, 2021 Some of you might have received an email from Google Search Console with the subject “New requirements for SharedArrayBuffers“. We received feedback that the message was confusing, and wanted to give some more insight into the issue, so that you can decide which next steps are …

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New resources for video SEO  |  Google Search Central Blog

Wednesday, March 17, 2021 As global online video consumption continues to grow, Google aims to surface video content from diverse sources across the web. We want to make it easy for site owners to get their videos indexed and surfaced on Google. Today, we’re excited to share two new resources …

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Providing better product information for shoppers

Friday, February 26, 2021 Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information, and organizing product information for shoppers and retailers is an essential part of this mission. In the last year, we’ve introduced several new experiences that enable brands and retailers to list their products for free on Google, whether …

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New Association functionality added to Search Console

Monday, February 22, 2021 We’re happy to announce that Search Console has an enhanced Association page within the settings menu. Association is a connection between a Search Console property, and some other entity or property in another Google service: for example, between a Search Console property and a Google Analytics …

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Join us at Search Central Live  |  Google Search Central Blog

Thursday, February 18, 2021 On February 24 JST, we will host our first installment of our new event series called Search Central Live. This will be the first of a series of free events, bringing Google Search and our amazing community together online. As with all online events, we had …

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Search Console Discover report now includes Chrome data

Tuesday, February 02, 2021 Discover is a popular way for users to stay up-to-date on all their favorite topics, even when they’re not searching for something specific. Publishers and site owners can already access the Discover performance report to review important metrics about how your site performs in Discover where …

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Introducing Google News performance report

Tuesday, January 12, 2021 Today we are launching Google News performance reporting to help news publishers better understand user behavior on Google News on our Android and iOS apps, as well as on news.google.com. Publishers can access their performance report through Search Console by clicking Google News in the left …

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Index Coverage Data Improvements  |  Google Search Central Blog

Monday, January 11, 2021 Helping people understand how Google crawls and indexes their sites has been one of the main objectives of Search Console since its early days. When we launched the new Search Console, we also introduced the Index Coverage report, which shows the indexing state of URLs that …

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A weird year in review  |  Google Search Central Blog

Wednesday, December 16, 2020 2020, what a year this was! We found new ways to work and collaborate, to learn and have fun, and also to stay safe. Working from home While we were exploring remote work from our homes and finding ways to stay productive, the Search Console team …

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An update on the Structured Data Testing Tool

Tuesday, December 15, 2020 In July, we announced that the Rich Results Test is out of beta. In that blog post, we said that the Structured Data Testing Tool would be deprecated. Since then, we’ve heard your feedback and we’d like to give an update on what the future looks …

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Updates to Search Console’s API  |  Google Search Central Blog

Wednesday, December 9, 2020 A few months ago we announced an API infrastructure upgrade to improve the performance of the Search Console API as demand grows. Today we’re happy to announce some more updates coming your way: Addition of fresh data & news filter in the Search Console API Domain …

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New and improved crawl stats for your site

Tuesday, November 24, 2020 To help website owners better understand how Googlebot crawls their sites, we’re launching a brand new version of the Crawl stats report in Search Console. The new Crawl Stats report brings the following exciting new features: Total number of requests grouped by response code, crawled file …

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We moved! Introducing the new home for the Google Webmaster Blogs

Thursday, November 19, 2020 Last week we changed our name to Google Search Central and published our new central site. As part of this site migration, we’re also consolidating the Google Webmaster Blogs into one place on the new site. Today, we’re announcing that this page within the Google Search …

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Goodbye Google Webmasters, hello Google Search Central

Wednesday, November 11, 2020 The history behind Google Webmasters Merriam-Webster claims the first known use of the word “webmaster” was in 1993, years before Google even existed. However, the term is becoming archaic, and according to the data found in books, its use is in sharp decline. A user experience …

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Timing for bringing page experience to Google Search

Tuesday, November 10, 2020 This past May, we announced that page experience signals would be included in Google Search ranking. These signals measure how users perceive the experience of interacting with a web page and contribute to our ongoing work to ensure people get the most helpful and enjoyable experiences …

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PES@Home 2020: Google’s first virtual summit for Product Experts

Thursday, November 05, 2020 More than ever, users are relying on Google products to do their jobs, educate their kids, and stay in touch with loved ones. Our Google Product Experts (PEs) play a vital role in supporting these users in community forums, like the Webmaster Help Community, across many …

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Best practices for Black Friday and Cyber Monday pages

Tuesday, October 26, 2020 The end of the year holiday season is a peak time for many merchants with special sales events such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday. As a merchant, you can help Google highlight your sales events by providing landing pages with relevant content and high quality …

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The Search Console Training lives on  |  Google Search Central Blog

Friday, October 02, 2020 In November 2019 we announced the Search Console Training YouTube series and started publishing videos regularly. The goal of the series was to create updated video content to be used alongside Search documentation, for example in the Help Center and in the Developers site. The wonderful …

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New Schema.org support for retailer shipping data

Tuesday, September 22, 2020 Quick summary: Starting today, we support shippingDetails schema.org markup as an alternative way for retailers to be eligible for shipping details in Google Search results. Since June 2020, retailers have been able to list their products across different Google surfaces for free, including on Google Search. …

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New open source robots.txt projects  |  Google Search Central Blog

Monday, September 21, 2020 Last year we released the robots.txt parser and matcher that we use in our production systems to the open source world. Since then, we’ve seen people build new tools with it, contribute to the open source library (effectively improving our production systems- thanks!), and release new …

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Googlebot will soon speak HTTP/2  |  Google Search Central Blog

Thursday, September 17, 2020 Quick summary: Starting November 2020, Googlebot will start crawling some sites over HTTP/2. Ever since mainstream browsers started supporting the next major revision of HTTP, HTTP/2 or h2 for short, web professionals asked us whether Googlebot can crawl over the upgraded, more modern version of the …

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Improve SEO with Google Page Speed

Google Page Speed

How to Improve Google Page Speed Score Do you know how to improve Google page speed score? OK, let’s say, Have you ever had one of those moments where you’re staring at your phone waiting for a web page to load, you’ve got a full signal, and nothing’s happening? This …

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Googles Quality Guidelines

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A Closer Look at Googles Quality Guidelines Why Googles Quality Guidelines: Google has recently updated their Quality Guidelines, and we’ve prepared an article for the same that you need to know. If your content does not meet Google’s requirements, then your content could be penalized. Here are the listed rules …

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Google Webmaster Guidelines

Google Webmaster Guidelines

Google Webmaster Guidelines For 2018 As per Google Webmaster Guidelines 2018 everyone must know the information we trying to present. – Let’s be realistic, there’s no short-cut to rank higher in search rankings. The only information this article offers is guaranteed best and worst practices on what positively and negatively …

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Online Digital Marketing Training Programs

Online Digital Marketing Training Programs - The Best Training Platforms

A Digital marketing course is designed to help you master the essential disciplines in digital marketing, including search engine optimization (SEO), social media, pay-per-click (PPC), conversion optimization, web analytics, content marketing, email and mobile marketing. It educates the beginners with the entire digital marketing eco-system in-depth by expert professionals. Online …

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Digital Marketing Changes in 2018

Digital Marketing Changes in 2018

Digital Marketing Changes: Marketing strategies keep changing with time but in 2018, the shift will be bigger than previous years. New trends (digital marketing changes 2018) have started but marketers and brands are in no mood to blindly follow the trends. They want results that can be achieved only through …

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Black Hat SEO Techniques 2017-2018

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Black Hat SEO Techniques in a Nutshell Black Hat SEO techniques is an unethical practice involving the improvement of ranking of your website or violation of Google Guidelines. With Black Hat SEO technique, hackers try to manipulate search engine and misguide it about your website. Though it might achieve its …

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Google Webmasters tools v/s Google Analytics

Google Webmasters Tools Google webmasters tools reflects how Google looks any site online. Webmasters uses this tool to fix problems with the site if any. It offers lots of tools for webmasters with which one can improve the visibility of the site and fix problem if any. It will give …

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What Content Does Google Like and Why

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Do you know what content does google like and why? In the year 2003, Google applied for a patent on the basis of document scoring which was Document Content Update. The score of the content was based on an algorithm which shows the freshness of content. So, for many years, …

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Google Design Sprint- How does it work

Google Design Sprint- How does it work

What is Google Design Sprint– How does it work:  Nowadays, there are many start-ups are founded every day. They bring forward with unique ideas to their clients. However, with the launch of new service and products, high risks are involved. It is very important to understand the level of risks …

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