Tag Archives: Google Search Engine Optimization

Google: Use The Google Search Console API? Refresh The Last Day Of Data.

This is probably common sense to most of you but if you are using the Google Search Console API it is recommended that you refresh or redownload the previous day of data to make sure you have the most complete set of information...

Google: Parameter Handling In Google Search Console Is A Big Gun, Watch Out

Do you use the parameter handling feature within the Google Search Console interface...

Google: Moving A Site Won’t Help A Site Impacted By Panda

It has been some time since we talked about Panda here and I am sure most of you are happy about that. But since Gary Illyes from Google brought it up yesterday on Twitter...

Google: Checkmark � Characters In Titles Looks Spammy

So some one asked John Mueller of Google if it is okay to use checkmark characters, i.e. â", in your title tags. The question was would it make the title tag look more readable. John responded that no...

Gary Illyes From Google Doesn’t Have Manual Actions Clearance

Gary Illyes from Google said on Twitter that he doesn't have rights or clearance to apply manual actions to web sites. That means...

Google May Skip URLs That Repeat The Same Path Many Times

Google's John Mueller said in a Google Webmaster Help thread that Google may decide to "skip URLs that repeat the same path element many times...

Google: Content Stitching Or Quilting Is Not Near Duplicate Content

Dawn Anderson followed up on a topic around what is near duplicate content with Google's Gary Illyes - asking if it is similar to content stitching and quilting. As Dawn suspected, Gary said no...

Google Got An Interactive Fidget Spinner

Go to Google and search for [spinner] and Google will give you an interactive fidget spinner. Just when you thought the craze was over...

Google: Plan On Moving From M-Dot To Responsive? Do It Before Google’s Mobile First Index.

John Mueller of Google said the other day on a Google hangout on YouTube at the 25:16 mark that if you do plan on migrating from an m-dot (i.e. http://m.domain.com) to a responsive mobile friendly design, then it is best to do it before the mobile first index launches...