Google Shows How to Optimize for Beta Discover Follow

Google added new documentation for a beta feature that allows users to follow a website on their Google Discover feed. The feature allows users to follow a website and see…

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Google’s Top 5 SEO Tools

Google offers a constantly updated suite of tools that are useful for SEO. These tools help publishers understand why a page is underperforming and guide them with specific advice for…

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Google Page Experience Update Fully Rolled Out – This is Why it Matters via @sejournal, @martinibuster

Google announced that the Page Experience Update has finished rolling out. The announcement was largely met with a muted response. Nevertheless this is a big update and it will pay…

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WordPress Gutenberg Template Library Plugin Vulnerability Affects +1 Million Sites via @sejournal, @martinibuster

A third party WordPress Gutenberg Template Library plugin with over a million users was discovered to have two vulnerabilities. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could create an indirect path toward…

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Twitter Super Follows: New Way to Monetize Followers via @sejournal, @martinibuster

Twitter introduced a new program that allows Twitter creators to monetize their followers with a monthly subscription. The new way for creators to earn revenue on Twitter is called Super…

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WordPress.com Parent Company Acquires Headless CMS Frontity via @sejournal, @martinibuster

Today it was announced that Automattic, parent company of WordPress.com, WooCommerce, Jetpack, Akismet and more has acquired Frontity, a headless WordPress framework. The announcement stated that the acquisition will directly…

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Google: Interstitials are Fine Under this Condition via @sejournal, @martinibuster

Google’s John Mueller answered if Google considered mobile interstitials a negative page experience factor. Mueller acknowledged that nothing has changed. But he then suggested a way to show interstitials without…

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Google: Low Traffic Does Not Always Mean Low Quality

Google: Low Traffic Does Not Always Mean Low Quality

Google’s John Mueller answered a question about what to do with low traffic pages that have poor search visibility and traffic. He acknowledged that there could be quality issues but…

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Google Title Tag Update Casualties Lose Search Traffic

Google Title Tag Update Casualties Lose Search Traffic

Google is not showing publisher title tags for just under 20% of search results (commonly referred to as the SERPs). Some in the search marketing community have begun calling Google’s…

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Ranking for Head Term Keywords via @sejournal, @martinibuster

Google’s John Mueller offered advice on how a new site should approach ranking for head term keywords. The question was from a publisher who was unhappy with what was perceived…

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