Google has added to their event markup documentation the ability for publishers to submit a reevaluation request if your site was banned from using event markup in the past. Aaron Bradley spotted this and posted about it on Google+.He wrote "publishers can now request (re)evaluation from Google if event rich results aren't displaying a ticket purchase option." This change happened on August 6, 2018. The form should be used to let Google know that you want to be included in ticketing references in events on Google Search. The first steps you should take, Google said are:1. Make sure that your structured data includes the offers.url field and that your URL meets the URL requirements for offers.url per events on Search guidelines: https://developers.google.com/search/docs/data-types/event2. Tested the structured offers data using our testing tool: https://search.google.com/structured-data/testing-tool3. Ask Google to recrawl your site: … [Read more...] about Banned From Google Event Markup? You Can Now Submit A Reevaluation Request.
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Google’s index is huge and sprawling, and sometimes they need a little help keeping up with it. If you want to get a list of URLs removed from the index, there are a few ways to go about it, but they all center around the Google Remove URLs Tool.Options for Removing URLsThere are a few different options you will have to explore when you want to remove content from Google’s index. Let’s explore them.First up are two questions you have to answer.Do you own the content you want removed?Do you want the content removed from the search index, or from the web entirely?The answers to these questions will guide the process you have to follow. I’ll explore each one in its own section.You Own the Content and Want it Removed from the IndexIf you own or control the content you want removed, and you want it removed from the Google search index, you can use the official Google URL Removal tool. That tool can be found here. In order to remove content from the index, however, … [Read more...] about How to Bulk Remove URLs From Google’s Search Index
While it is certainly useful to review organic keyword data in Google Webmaster Tools, it’s not a patch on the level of insightful detail once achievable in Google Analytics back in the days before Google’s move to 100% secure search (a.k.a. “not provided”). I’ve written about the importance of replacing this data before, but given the feedback I’ve received, it’s clear that more detail is in demand. Mapping traffic behavior for particular keyword phrases though from landing page to exit, or through the conversion funnel, allows for much more powerful insights to be derived. Care for an example? OK. Let’s say you’re a retailer trying to work out why your purchases for a particular product have fallen off a cliff over the last month. You can see that that all traffic sources are still at the same level. Filtering by channel shows that organic traffic is suddenly bouncing 200% more than in the previous month and is exiting the funnel … [Read more...] about How To Replace Google’s (Not Provided) Data To Strike SEO Gold
On April 21, Google updated their mobile search algorithm to include mobile-friendly as a ranking factor. In other words, websites that are mobile-friendly are likely to rank better than websites that are not. Even if your website still ranks well in mobile search, you still have to deal with it not being labeled as mobile-friendly. If you are the owner of an online store, you may be wondering how the Google mobile friendly update affects your website. In this post, I am going to look at how you can determine if you need to make your website mobile friendly and show you how to do it. The first question you might be asking yourself is if your online store needs to be mobile friendly in the first place? The answer can be found in the Mobile Overview report in the Audience section. When you navigate to this report, you will see the following table at the bottom. If you have conversion goals set up in Google Analytics, you will see the dollar amount of sales you are making from users … [Read more...] about Google’s Mobile-Friendly Update Guide for E-commerce
Over the past couple of weeks, Google has been spotted introducing some interesting changes to the look and layout of its search results pages. The first, as we reported in our round-up of key search marketing news on Friday, is that Google appears to have increased the length limit for title tags in the SERPs to around 69-70 characters. Long title tags being tested again in the SERPs. Seeing 69 and 70 character results today. pic.twitter.com/esiKTctV96 — Ross Hudgens (@RossHudgens) May 6, 2016 Title tags on mobile have lengthened even further, some now clocking in at a whopping 78 characters, giving rise to a bit of a dilemma for SEOs wanting to optimise for both desktop and mobile. Featured snippets have also grown in size, while descriptions now seem to be able to fit a larger number of characters onto one line, although the overall length of descriptions appears to be staying the same for the moment. Meanwhile, Google is also conducting some A/B testing of different link … [Read more...] about Google’s recent SERP changes and tests: everything you need to know