Google's John Mueller said on Twitter that technically there is no limit to the number of hreflang attributes you can use on the same URL. He said, if you are asking the question, you may want to consider using XML sitemaps to help manage the number of hreflang signals, because using them in your HTML can get confusing and hard to manage if you have so many. … [Read more...] about Google: No Limit On Hreflang Attributes; Consider Using Sitemaps
Consider using sequence instead which is covariant
In the left sidebar you can see an item called ‘Sequences’ this is the place to go. If you click on that, you see where you can add steps. And you can choose if you want to include or exclude the sessions/users. If you don’t want to create a session based segment, you can also choose a user based segment. And you can choose how you want your segment to start. Do you want it to start with ‘any user interaction’ or ‘first user interaction’? … [Read more...] about Annelieke’s Analytics: Sequence segments in Google Analytics • Yoast
var SETTINGS = new Object(); SETTINGS.taskSheet = SpreadsheetApp.openByUrl (“htt://url_of_my_google_sheet”).getSheetByName("My Tab With Tasks"); var rows = SETTINGS.taskSheet.getDataRange(); var numRows = rows.getNumRows(); var numCols = rows.getNumColumns(); var values = rows.getValues(); // Read Header Rows var headerNames = new Array(); var row = values; for(var i = 0; i headerNames[i] = "" + row[i]; } // Read Data Rows With Settings And Run Script If Needed for(var i = 1; i var row = values[i]; for(var j = 0; j var headerName = headerNames[j]; var value = row[j]; SETTINGS[headerName] = value; } } Now, your script can reference SETTINGS.variableNameFromColumnHeader and get the setting from the Google Sheet. … [Read more...] about How To Use AdWords Scripts Efficiently In Agencies And Enterprise SEM
If you couldn’t prevail at removing unnatural links through traditional methods, you should obviously try disavowing them. But the tool should be used only in specific situations, such as a Manual Penalty. If you’re unsure how to use it and what it’s capable of doing, you should avoid it. However, if you think you’ve tried everything else, it’s worth a shot. … [Read more...] about When Not to Use the Google Disavow Tool?
Takes time: If you want to do things the right way, you’ll have to spend a lot of time researching your link profile and making sure that you’re not disavowing any useful links (remember, the CognitiveSEO Tool can help you speed up this process) Can mess things up: Remember, the Disavow Tool is an advanced feature and should only be used in specific cases. You shouldn’t waste your time with it if you’re not 100% sure it’s the right way to go. Has actual guarantee it will work: Even if you know what you’re doing, there’s no guarantee it will help. Who knows, it might actually make things worse. Conclusion The main point that you should remember is that this tool shouldn’t be used if you’re not 100 percent sure how it works. Disavowing links is a powerful and irreversible process that may resolve your ranking drops or may throw your site into search engine oblivion. … [Read more...] about When You Should and Shouldn’t Use the Google Disavow Tool