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Google Shares Tips For Success In Google News Search Results

Danny Sullivan of Google posted on the Google Webmaster blog some tips on how to succeed in Google News in 2019. “We’d like to offer some best practices and advice we hope will lead publishers to more success within Google News in 2019,” Sullivan wrote. The advice. Here are key takeaways for Google News SEO best practices: Make [...]

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25 Tools To Streamline YouTube SEO Optimization

It's known that video streaming services and social media platforms move quit a lot of traffic, and videos are moving slowly but surely to the front and center as the most popular form of online content.  The spread of video content is being helped by being made more accessible by the widespread use of mobile [...]

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Google Search Console’s URL Inspection Tool Adds HTTP Response, Page Resources, JS Logs And Rendered Screenshot

In an announcement, Google is coming out with some new features that can be found within their URL inspection tool found within the Google Search Console.  The tool now has the ability to see a specific URL's HTTP response code, the page resources, the JavaScript logs and a rendered screenshots. Google shared this GIF showing you how to access [...]

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WordPress, Google Team On New CMS And Monetization For Local News Publishers

On the morning of January 14, WordPress parent Automattic and Google announced Newspack.  The new content management system (CMS) is “an advanced open-source publishing and revenue-generating platform for news organizations.”  Smaller, local news publishers that struggle with traffic and revenue are the main target of this new content management system. According to Google, the primary objective of Newspack is [...]

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Nofollow Couldn’t Save The Google Webmaster Blog From Comment Spam

In an announcement, Google has removed the ability to leave comments on Google Webmaster blog.  The reasoning behind Google's decision was “most of the time they were off-topic or even outright spammy.” The irony is strong here, as Google themselves has to worry about spammy comments on the Google Webmaster blog itself.  Most of the topics [...]

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Google May Be Headed For Victory In EU Right-To-Be-Forgotten Indexing Appeal

It seems Google is poised to win an appeal of the 2015 decision of French privacy watchdog decision that data can be removed from Google's EU index under the “right to be forgotten” (RTBF) couldn't remain in the Google index.  Anywhere. The Commission Nationale de l’informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), the French data-protection authority, demanded Google delist [...]

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