This is probably SEO 101 but often even those who do SEO every day, they are so in the weeds that the basics kind of slip away. Martin Splitt of Google summed it up by saying just because Google may crawl a page, it does not mean that page will be in Google’s index. Also just because a page is in its index, it does […]
Back in 2014 and also in 2008, Google basically said it has no limit in the number of links it can handle on a specific page. So a site like Techmeme, which I love, has thousnads of links on a page, it would be able to process all of those links. Well, maybe not. Gary Illyes from Google said Google does have “some stupid high […]
So when Google announced Passage Indexing at the Search On 2020 event, there was a lot of confusion around it. We cleared the big one up, i.e. it’s ranking, not indexing. But there is another one, how is this different than featured snippets. Danny Sullivan of Google was asked about this and he said on Twitter that passage indexing is different from featured snippets. He […]
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Any B2C marketer can attest to the total relief that comes right after setting up successful email automation. To know that your customers will receive personalized emails without you having to manually write each and every one … whew, that’s powerful stuff.
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About The Author Abel Hancock is a product designer and musician based out of Los Angeles, California. His passion for both structured efficiency and abstract creative … More about Abel … There are hundreds of Figma plugins available as of today, yet the Figma plugin search functionality is pretty basic and at times it can be very difficult to find the right plugin for a […]
Google has had 3D images, augmented and VR based images in search for over a year now. But now Google has added support for it for car manufacturers and it is live. Do a search on mobile for [volvo xc40 recharge] and you will see the “view in 3D” button and you can put that Volvo right in your living room. Here is a GIF […]
Martin Splitt of Google, in a rare case about talking specifically about Google rankings, said that he has confirmed that while Google can discover links within commented out HTML code, those links do not get used for ranking purposes in Google. Here what Martin said on Twitter “so, after a bit of digging and pending a bit of testing (I’m fairly convinced on the results, […]
Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web. Search Engine Roundtable Stories: Google Squashes Myths Around Passage IndexingLet me start off by saying, I do not blame the SEO community for being confused over Google’s announcement of passage indexing. Heck, Google called it “indexing” but then […]