Tag Archives: John Mueller

Google: No, Not All Ads Above The Fold Are Bad

I love John Mueller's one word answers. The Google representative was asked on Twitter if all ads above the fold are bad and John said "no." Of course...

Google Might Publish On SEO Myths; Asks For Topics

We've seen over the years between Matt Cutts, John Mueller, Gary Illyes and other Googlers that they go off for periods of time debunking SEO/Google myths. Well...

When Google Tells You That Your Poor Rankings Are Accurate

I see it from time to time where Googlers such as John Mueller, Gary Illyes and others might just tell someone that their rankings in Google are what is expected...

Google To Add JavaScript Rendered Code In Fetch & Render Tool

Google's John Mueller said in a Google hangout the other day that Google's team, likely the Search Console team...

Join Google’s John Mueller Live In A Webmaster Hangout Today In Mountain View

It is one thing to partake in the Google webmaster hangout office hours events over YouTube Live hangouts but it is another thing to do it sitting inches away from Google's John Mueller...

Google: Try To Use Anchor Text & Image Alt Text

Google's John Mueller made it loud and clear on Twitter that you should try to use anchor text in your links and alt text in your images. He said "I wouldn't leave it out if you can avoid it" when he was talking about anchor text in your links and alt text in your images...

Google: We Do Understand Our Highly Complex Algorithms

Google's John Mueller said it is not true that Google's own engineers do not "know the exact composition of their highly complex algorithm." Many folks in our industry, including myself...

Google: Geotargeting Promotes But Hreflang Does Not Promote A Site/Page

Google's John Mueller answered a geotargeting and hreflang question in the Google Webmaster Help forums...

Google May Release Mobile First Index Slowly In Batches

Google's John Mueller said this week in a Google Hangout at the 25:05 mark into the video that Google may decide to release the mobile first index in batches. As you know...