Thursday10 Digital Newsletter – Week 58

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1〉 How to discover & suggest Google-selected canonical URLs for your pages

Google is unplugging the info: command due to under usage. Before we could easily access to user declared and Google selected canonicals via the info: command this will no longer available, the only way to when you have verified access to the site in Google Search Console and plug that URL into the URL Inspection tool.

Read more on Google Webmasters Blog


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2〉 Google’s rel=prev/next Messaging: Nothing Has Changed

Gary Illyes said that “Google rel=prev/next was not being honoured” and yet webmaster trends analyst team keeps saying “nothing has changed”. That’s a quite dilemma, right?

Read more on Seroundtable


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3〉 Google’s Webspam Report 2018

Google intends to keep providing high-quality search results for us and in order to keep that their target is keeping spammy results under 1%, they fought 3 different types of spams:
a) Spam on hacked websites
b) User-generated spam
c) Link spams.
According to Google, they generated 186 million messages to inform site owners about potential improvements, issues and other problems that could affect their site’s search results. If you want to get more insights on how Google works with users you should check it out.

Take a look at Google Webmasters Blog


Optimizing for Searcher Intent Explained

4〉 Optimizing for Searcher Intent Explained in 7 Visuals

Almost everybody once in a while got a feeling that Google can actually read your mind through our small set of keywords in the search box. This is more depressing if you are a marketer or SEO person, at the end of the day there is a possibility to lose your job. Rand Fishkin is leaned on this subject in a very entertaining way and explained the logic behind it.

Check it out on Moz Blog


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5〉 Google March 2019 Update Theories on How to Fix

Google rolled out a Florida update 2 on March 12, people are still trying to figure out what is it going on and many theories out there. In this article evaluates each theory and how to diagnose ranking drops.

Check it out on Search Engine Journal


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6〉 Google makes emails more dynamic with AMP for Email

The necessity of AMP for email is open for arguments but Google officially rolled out for Gmail. Booking.com, Pinterest and other companies already supporting this new format. Do you think it is a need or gimmick? Let us know in the comments below.

Read more on Techcrunch


Add Poll Stickers To Instagram Stories Ads

7〉 Brands Can Now Add Poll Stickers To Instagram Stories Ads

60% of companies on Instagram are already using interactive elements on their stories, this is not the news. The new thing is from now on they can use this feature on their ads as well.

Check it out on Wersm


Speed the biggest challenge for APAC mobile users

8〉 Speed the biggest challenge for APAC mobile consumers

APAC region users use mobile devices more than desktop and this comes with some issues, such as site speed. Google APAC published a new study which contains 720 mobile websites from 15 APAC consumer engagement and conversion.

Check it out on Campaign Asia


March 2019 Core Update Full Analysis

9〉 Google’s March 2019 Core Update – Full Analysis Of Over 1,700,000 Pages

Better numbers do the talking rather than speculation right? If you are wondering insights of March 2019 Core Update, here is a really deep and comprehensive analysis of it. Thanks to Eric Lancheres for his informative article.

Read it on My Traffic Research


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10〉 Social media: How does it affect SEO?

If you are looking for answers such as how social media have an impact on your SEO? Or, social media shares, amps boost your ranks? This article helps you to ease these questions.

Read more on Search Engine Watch

 

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