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Google FAQ Strusture Data Guideline

Google Updated Its FAQ Structured Data Guideline

These days, it is one of the standard practices by webmasters to include FAQ sections with its structured data in their websites. It is only because of the various benefits that FAQ sections have. Some of these benefits are: Improved user experi
Google on Portal Websites

Google Does Not Give More Importance To Portal Websites In Ranking

Recently on Twitter, Google’s John Mueller was asked about whether Google gives more importance to portal websites rather than static websites in core update. This question was raised when a user searched for taxi related keywords from UK location
XML Sitemap in WordPress Core

Google Proposed Integration of XML Sitemaps in WordPress Core

Huge no of WordPress websites’ search engine visibility gets affected as WordPress core doesn’t generate XML Sitemaps by default. So, to cope with this issue, Google in collaboration with Yoast and other contributors has proposed integration o
Robotted Out Pages In SERP
Technical SEO

What To Do If Robotted Out Pages Rank In SERP?

Webmasters use robots.txt file to inform web robots about which pages not to crawl. But, if the robotted out pages of a website rank instead of pages having content in it, then what webmasters should do? Recently on Twitter, Google’s John Mueller
Code Editing in Mobile Friendly & AMP Test

Google Added Code Editing Option in its Mobile Friendly & AMP Test

Recently Google has announced that it added a new feature in the Mobile Friendly test and AMP Test tools which enables users to have code editing and test options. Some good news to start your week! 📢 New feature in the Mobile Friendly and AMP Te
Responsive Design & Mobile URLs
Technical SEO

Google Suggests Not to Use Both Responsive Design & Mobile URLs

Recently, Google’s John Mueller on Twitter was asked about which one Google will consider first if a website has both mobile URLs and responsive design. Why would you have alternate mobile pages and a responsive design? — 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu
Keyword Spam in CSS
Technical SEO

Google on Keyword Spam in CSS

Often it has been noticed that webmasters are in a dilemma about how search engines like Google consider keywords in a CSS file as id or class names. Recently Gideon on Twitter asked John Mueller about keyword spam in CSS, “is it worth cleaning up
Google Site Migration Gone Wrong Notice
SEO News

Google Introduced Site Migration Gone Wrong Notice

Today, we have found one helpful Google feature for webmasters. And this feature is “Site Migration Gone Wrong” notice. When we migrate our website from http to https, we have few important things to do like Performing proper 301 redirections
Google SERP

No More 100 Results Per Page in Google SERP

Hello Webmasters! This morning, I saw a painful change in Google SERP. Today, randomly I searched for a query in Google and when I went to its “Search Settings” to get 100 results per page, I saw, there is no Results per page slider to slide bet
Google on Shared IP
Technical SEO

Thump of Shared IP Addresses on Search

When multiple websites reside under one hosting, they all share the same IP address. And, we often see, webmasters think a lot about the impact of shared IP address on Google Search and even try to grab a dedicated IP address for their website. Such
Google Local Search Results Checker
Google Volatility Report