— John ☆.o(≧▽≦)o.☆ (@JohnMu) 14. Juni 2018 How to create an XML Sitemap file for your websiteAmong many other things, the website audit tool in SEOprofiler creates an XML Sitemap file for your website. You can create your SEOprofiler account here: … [Read more...] about Google: the order of the URLs in your XML Sitemap does not matter
Sitemap does order matter
Yes, John - tell us more! Why put the most awesome URLs at the beginning of the file? (That can be difficult to with programmatic files generated for large sites, but also, you know that will lead to the mad dash trying to figure out how many Google considers the "start" part. :) … [Read more...] about Google Sitemaps URL Order Does Not Matter
Make sure your content is served quickly. Those micro-moments are short, and they need to be sweet. That snackable content needs to be served quickly. Consumers today are in a rush, with 40 percent saying they are always or usually in a hurry when looking for instructions on mobile and over 33 percent saying they are in a rush when searching for a local business. As a result, most of those who abandon websites (70 percent) do so because it takes too long to load, according to Google. … [Read more...] about Does finding that micro-moment feel like chasing fireflies? Here are 9 data points that will help you catch them.
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Thank You, Google, For Hreflang No, for once this is not my British irony shining through. I wanted to make absolutely clear that I understand why Google launched hreflang, and that it’s very welcome, because it does provide a wise option for marketers. It’s just that webmasters shouldn’t blindly deploy something simply because it exists — rather, they should carefully consider which option is best overall. … [Read more...] about 3 Reasons Why Deploying Hreflang Shouldn’t Be An Auto-Reflex!