Tag Archives: John Mueller

Google: No Plan For Structured Data API

Google's John Mueller said he is not aware of Google working on or having any plans on working on an API for the structured data testing tool. He asked the webmaster why and what would he use the API for...

John Mueller Invites Webmasters To Live Google Hangout At GooglePlex

John Mueller, a Google Webmaster Trends Analysts, said on Twitter that he will be at the Google offices in Mountain View, California (for the Top Contributor summit) and because of that, he is inviting local webmasters and SEOs to join him for a special live, in person...

Google: Links To Images Do Not Help Embedded Page Rank

An SEO asked Google's John Mueller if links to a specific image file will help the page that image is embedded on rank better. So for example, if you link to the image URL above, but not to this specific page where the image is embedded on...

Google: JavaScript Links, If Found, Pass Full Link Signals

Google's John Mueller replied to a question around links found in JavaScript saying that once the link is rendered, Google will treat the link like how they treat any other link. John Mueller said on Twitter "a link is a link...

Google: Few Strong Pages > Many Weak Ones

Google's John Mueller said on Twitter that fewer strong pages is often better than having many weak pages. John wrote "You can do a lot of things...

GoogleBot Crawls & Renders Tall, With 9000px High Viewport?

I saw an interesting tweet from Google's John Mueller the other day, where he said that GoogleBot "renders with a very tall viewport, which skews some CSS (often images)." He said if you want to somewhat replicate what GoogleBot sees, "ry in Chrome dev-tools...

Google Retake: Improving Content & Pruning Content Are Both Valid Strategies

The other day at SMX East, Gary Illyes from Google stirred the pot with SEOs by saying pruning content is not a good strategy to help with Panda issues. So Glenn Gabe submitted this question to John Mueller of Google to get his take on how Gary answered the question...
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Google: Improving Low Quality Content is Better Than Deleting It by @MattGSouthern

Google’s John Mueller has cleared up any confusion around what to do with low quality content.

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Google Mobile First Index Is Live For Few Sites & Never Will Stop Rolling Out

As you know, I kind of got Google's John Mueller to admit Google began the mobile first index roll out - although he said, he would bucket it more with the testing phase...