Category : Technical SEO

E-Commerce Category Pages Content

Google’s View on Content of E-Commerce Websites Category Pages

In E-Commerce websites category pages, we often come across a page heading followed by product listings and then a big chunk of text at the bottom. So, is it a good practice? Obviously NO. We all know this answer as this is not a standard optimiza
Google on Crawling & Rendering Webpage

Google on Crawling & Rendering a Page Simultaneously

On various occasions, Google has claimed that crawling and rendering occurred simultaneously. However, we all know that there is considerable time taken between both these operations. On a query raised on Twitter, John Mueller of Google said that "W
Google on URL Structure Change

Google Advised Webmasters Not to Change URL Structure Unless Required

Many webmasters often believe that changing URL structures like changing sub domain path or adding area name, keywords etc. in the URL might help them to boost some rank in Google SERP. But, is it acceptable to change the URL structure of your websit
Google on Shared IP

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
Desktop & Mobile Page Speed

Which Page Speed Score Google Use : Desktop or Mobile?

As Google Speed Update is coming from July 2018, webmasters are now very much concerned about the page speed of their websites. With this update, Google will now start considering both mobile & desktop page speed. And now, we can see, webmasters
Google on JS Charts

Can Google Crawl & Understand JS Charts?

It’s a great way to represent data in a webpage in chart format because, charts provide better user experience. And, now-a-days, it’s being a trend to add charts in webpages as it makes the webpage interactive. So, as charts contain data, it wil
Moving to Https Benefits

Does Moving to HTTPS Provide Industry Specific Benefits?

Moving a website to https has some major benefits and Google in August 2014 also declared that it is considering Https as a ranking signal. But recently, Google’s John Mueller was asked an interesting question, whether moving to https is a flat ra
Reversing Website Move

How to Tackle While Reversing a Site Move?

Moving from one domain to another or changing the website’s URL structure is always tricky and need a bunch of sensible works to be done like proper redirections, changing internal links, updating sitemaps etc. to get everything right. But, site m
NoIndex or Canonical for Duplicate Pages

Duplicate Pages? Better Use rel Canonical over Noindex

To avoid duplicate content issue & low quality pages from indexing, webmasters generally prefer to set noindex, nofollow tag without considering its impact on overall site quality. In a recent Google Webmaster Central office-hours hangout, John
Sitemaps for More Than 50,000 URLs

Tips to Add Sitemaps for More Than 50,000 URLs

Maintaining a website having thousands of URL is itself a headache. A simple error in architecture may hide the new & important URLs from search engine bots. No crawling means no place in SERP and your users can find these pages for whom you actu
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