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5 steps to optimizing your site for Google’s mobile-first index

Now that Google is officially testing a mobile-first index, columnist Ryan Shelley believes it’s well past time to get aboard the mobile-friendly train. Here, he provides some tips to get you started. Google has started testing its mobile-first index. This new index will look first at the mobile version of your website for its ranking […]


Google says the Google index status in the Search Console report is broken

Google may not be showing you an accurate count of your indexed pages in the Google Search Console Index Status report. This morning, Google’s Gary Illyes confirmed that the Google Search Console’s Index Status report is broken for the time being. Some are noticing that the report, which shows webmasters how many pages Google has […]


Is a big Google search update happening? Chatter thinks so.

The SEO community is vigorously talking about two Google updates, one with the core web search results and one with the local pack results. Have you checked your Google organic search traffic this morning? If not, you may want to. It seems Google may have tweaked their search ranking algorithm, your site may be ranking […]


Google: Friday’s update was not due to the Penguin algorithm

Google’s John Mueller told us to cross off Penguin from the list of explanations for the Google update from this past Friday. Google’s John Mueller said this morning during a live webmaster hangout on YouTube around 5 minutes into the video that the Friday update the SEO community is chattering about is not related to […]


Google reminds webmasters that widget links are against their webmaster guidelines

Don’t be surprised if a new wave of unnatural link penalties are sent out via the Google Search Console for widget links. Google issued a stern warning this morning on the Google Webmaster Blog saying that they are reminding webmasters that links within widgets can be against their webmaster guidelines. Googlers, Agnieszka Łata, Trust & […]


European court says linking to illegal content is copyright infringement

The facts of the present case were egregious but the law created by the court is bad for the internet. In a decision that is already controversial, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled in favor of copyright owners and against hyperlinks. The CJEU decision, though qualified, raises the strong possibility […]