So the short version is you can’t. In particular if a page is embedded within an iframe, within a bigger other page, then it's possible that we will index that embedding page as well. And when we render that page we obviously see your content because it's is visible in the iframe as well. And to some extent we may say well this is the whole page with this content on it, we will index it like that. So we could show it in search results like that. … [Read more...] about Google Can Index Content In iFrames
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John Mueller confirmed this in a hangout yesterday at the 32:31 mark saying that Google will index the desktop version if the AMP version is not set as your mobile version using the rel alternate set up for mobile. So if you have desktop, AMP and no mobile - Google by default will index your desktop version of your site. … [Read more...] about Google: Got AMP & Desktop But No Mobile Page? Google Will Index The Desktop Page.
A lot of our clients were asking what effect the speed update may have for their own website, but based on what we’ve seen so far it was only affecting poorly performing websites whose user interface and overall performance were not up to date. The update affected old CMS websites, or websites with old mobile versions, so it was clear that they need to dedicate time for improving their user satisfaction, and speed was just one of their issues – not the only one. Clients who were interested to know how to prepare for the upcoming update are usually the ones who had already applied many changes and improved their performance, so there were no losses with their websites’ visibility or traffic. The update hit really old non-responsive designed websites, and websites who did not count on mobile-first indexing at all. … [Read more...] about From Speed Update to Lighthouse Insights: Expert Voices on Google Page Speed Optimization
Yea, they said this before but then had to say no, it isn't fully resolved after saying it was resolved. In short, Google dropped tons of pages from their index, which resulted in pages not ranking for queries they normally rank for. Which means, lost traffic, lost conversions loss of money. … [Read more...] about Google: We Fully Fixed The Google De-Indexing Bug