It’s exceedingly easy to find the Twitter for iPhone app. It’s listed right at the top of the page, on Twitter itself. Yes, you have to click from there to do the actual download from iTunes, but it’s hard to say that it’s not relevant to show the official page, from the official developer, first. As for iTunes, it appears listed third — after two pages from Twitter. (FYI, on Bing, iTunes comes first, followed by Twitter’s page). … [Read more...] about Yes, Google Says It’s Having Problems Listing iTunes Preview Pages
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d) Try again later on; this is probably the best of all options because, as the problem is out of your control, those responsible for it will likely be working on it and after a while the service will likely return to normal. It could also be that the 503 is down to an unexpected influx of traffic, in which case you will be able to access the site when they leave. … [Read more...] about Most Common HTTP Errors Explained & How to Fix Them
“Our strategy for Webmaster Tools is to improve the web interface and provide important, actionable, and useful information. Our changes are designed to improve the experience for all of our users, including power users. For example, we made changes to have crawl errors going back 90 days and to show the full aggregate count of URL errors instead of just the previous 100,000 cap. Power users can still access the firehose of data through our original GData API. One of the improvements we made is to now display the full count of URL errors, and that should help give more accurate data to larger sites. For example, previously if one site has over 35 million Not Found errors, that number would have been capped and shown as 100,000 errors. Now, that site can see the new number and even see where the increase happened in the historical data. We think that’s a big improvement.” … [Read more...] about Google Webmaster Tools Revamps Crawl Errors, But Is It For The Better?
The documents are used by Google Quality Raters to aid them in classifying queries, measuring relevancy, and rating the search results. To do so, the Quality Rater must understand how Google works and this document has a bunch of that. Let me pull out some of those details in easy to read bullet points. … [Read more...] about The Google Quality Raters Handbook
I’m not going to cover the step-by-step process, since that’s not the focus of my post; Screaming Frog recently published a post covering how to do this, so I’ll just point you there. I was part of the beta testing of fetch and render in Screaming Frog, and I have used it extensively since late fall. It’s awesome, and you can use it in staging, on a local server, on your production site and so on. … [Read more...] about 3 examples of how fetch and render in GSC can reveal big SEO problems