Category : Google

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
GSC Preferred Domain Setting Removed

Google Dropped Preferred Domain Setting From Search Console

On June 18th, Google announced in its webmaster central blog that they have removed the Preferred Domain setting from search console. And with this deprecation, Google will no longer use any existing Search Console preferred domain configuration.
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
Google Webmaster Conference

Google Launched Webmaster Conference

On June 10th, Google officially launched Webmaster Conference to help web creators get useful information on how to perform better in Google Search Results. The Webmaster Conference includes series of local events around the world. The motto behin
Mobile First Indexing of Sub Domains

Google on Mobile-First Indexing of Sub Domains

Recently on Twitter, Google’s John Mueller and Gary Illyes were asked about the mobile-first treatment of new sub domains. Also, they were asked about whether this change is content independent or not. It's by domain, so subdomains are treat
Google Domain Diversity Change

Google Introduced Domain Diversity Change in SERP

For many queries in Google search, we normally see multiple URLs from same domain coming in top 10 of Google search results which might not have been more useful for Google users and hence they are making a new change in it. On 06th June, Google
Google Mobile Search UX

Google Acknowledged The Performance Improvements For Mobile Search

On July 2018, Google started rolling out its speed update and integrated Page Speed as a ranking factor for mobile searches. The intention was to provide faster results to users for their searches. Webmasters took this speed update seriously and put
Happy B'day Gmail

Gmail : 15 Years and Going Strong

Since April 1, 2004, when Google launched Gmail services, it has come a long way and now it is impossible to think about any activity without the active involvement of Gmail services. Being used by 1.5 billion people around the globe, Gmail is rising
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
Suggest Best Canonical URL to Google

Suggest Google The Best Canonical URL for Your Pages

When a webpage can be reached by using more than one URL, then Google tries to find out the best URL also known as Canonical URL to display in search and to use in other ways. So, chances are there that webmasters might not be okay with the selected
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