Tag Archives: webmasters

Google: Does Your XML Sitemaps Need To Load Fast?

Many webmasters and SEOs are obsessed with site speed, not just for their users satisfaction but also because Google seems to be obsessed with it as well. But XML sitemaps are not for users, it is for Google...

Google’s Gary Illyes: I Don’t Private Webmaster Support

Google's Gary Illyes, a webmaster trends analyst at Google who is designed to help around the communication between Google and webmasters said on Twitter a few weeks ago that he does not provide private support...

Google emails warnings to webmasters that Chrome will mark http pages with forms as ‘not secure’

Have forms, login fields and other input sections on your HTTP website? Chrome is going to mark them as not secure. The post Google emails warnings to webmasters that Chrome will mark http pages with forms as ‘not secure’ appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google Maps Reviews Breaks For 4 Hours Yesterday

Yesterday, at around 10am EST, the ability to write new reviews for Google local results in Google Search or Google Maps stopped working. In fact, it stopped working for about four hours. Many webmasters, SEOs...

Google Search Console Sent Verification Emails To Webmaster By Accident

Over the past 48 hours, some webmasters who use Google Search Console may have seen a bunch of new verification emails sent by the tool to their inbox. Some have reported receiving up to a 1...

Here Is Why Google Doesn’t Want To Index Search Results Pages

Back in 2007, Google officially went on record, instructing webmasters to block their search results from being indexed by Google. Ever since then...

Matt Cutts Still Giving Webmasters SEO Help

Over three years ago, Matt Cutts stepped away from Google eventually joining the government workforce and officially resigning as every one expected to happen over the months. But Matt is still offering webmasters SEO advice.

Google: Structure Your XML Sitemap As You Like

Google loves XML Sitemaps, it gives their bots an easy way to discover all your content. Even better, it gives webmasters a way to see how many of their URLs in their sitemap file were indexed and which URLs were not...