Google Search Console tracks the validation state of each instance of an issue as well as the state of an issue as a whole. If all the instances of an issue are fixed, the issue is marketed as fixed in the status table and dropped to the bottom of the table. … [Read more...] about How to Fix Index Coverage Issues Detected in Google Search Console (Step-By-Step)
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Key Takeaway Checking for errors in your Search Console should be a part of your SEO routine. Always optimize all your pages. Make sure that these pages can be crawled and indexed by Google with no problem at all. While submitting a sitemap does not directly affect your rankings , it will help Google notify you of any errors that might negatively impact your website’s rankings. … [Read more...] about How to Fix Index Coverage Errors in Google Search Console
Summary Given that the outreach to bloggers was done so fast and wide-spread, we can assume that Interflora was well prepared and probably already warned about Unnatural Links a lot earlier. This makes a lot of sense for Interflora and any company depending on Google’s organic traffic. Link risk management is something that came with the Google Penguin updates and the first time that poor links can cause harsh traffic drops and penalties. … [Read more...] about What Did They Fix & How Did They Come Back So Fast?
YouTube’s more recent strategy has been to pursue premium content as a means to generate revenue. All video metrics point to the reality that premium content and professional content is the only real moneymaking video opportunity on the web, as Hulu has demonstrated most recently. YouTube’s original premium content strategy was to approach major broadcasters and extol the virtues of its huge audience combined with the Google advertising prowess. The pitch was essentially “give us all your content and we will send you a big check each month.” The problem was that major media companies had already witnessed the loss of channel power from Google web search, and sat by frustrated while Google made billions from its content aggregation model in the form of Google web search. These lessons wouldn’t be forgotten and Google’s pitch fell on deaf ears. … [Read more...] about YouTube Is Broken. Here’s How To Fix It
Website SEO gets your site crawled by optimizing on-page and off-page elements while building authority through links and social media. However, in mobile app SEO, you want to optimize the page on which your app resides rather than the app itself, because search engines don’t crawl inside mobile apps. The content on the page hosting the mobile app is what provides context and relevant cues for indexing. … [Read more...] about Optimizing Your Digital Assets To Boost Rankings & Branding