Google has enhanced Rich Snippets features, adding Rich Cards for movie and recipe websites. Google has announced their enhancement on rich snippets, the way webmasters can mark up their pages to better user experience in their search results. They are calling it Rich Cards. As per Google: Rich cards are a new Search result format building on … Continue reading Google Updates: Google launched Rich Cards for Movie and Recipe websites
As we have already discussed the concept and scenarios of Google AMP on our previous article Google AMP – Accelerated Mobile Pages and now we are discussing the implementation of Google AMP in WordPress sites. We have started to explore the Google AMP on WordPress because 70% business website and corporate website built with WordPress CMS. Its … Continue reading How to Start With Google AMP In WordPress
Google AMP stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages. Its goal is to improve the user experience and website performance in mobile devices. Google AMP, a Google project designed as an open framework for any publisher to have pages load quickly on mobile devices. As per the Google Blog – Introducing the Accelerated Mobile Pages Project, for a faster, … Continue reading Google AMP – Accelerated Mobile Pages
We know, it’s really painful for every digital marketing agency when Google announced or released a new algorithm for the organic search. We believe, it’s really affected the current search result of the company and organization worldwide. Last year, I had seen article at Bloomberg which is Google Turning Its Lucrative Web Search Over to AI Machines, … Continue reading Google New Search Algorithm RankBrain And Why Does It Matter?
I wonder when I saw a post from Gary Illyes at Google+, a Webmaster Trends Analyst at Google, A recent, small-scale analysis we ran showed that more than 80% of the HTTPS URLs that are eligible for indexing (i.e. no crawl issues, no noindex, all’s good), can’t become canonical because website owners don’t tell us about them. … Continue reading Do you think Google Support HTTPS website?
As per Google announced, we will continue to improve Google’s Safe Browsing protection to help more people stay safe online. In November, we announced that Safe Browsing would protect you from social engineering attacks – deceptive tactics that try to trick you into doing something dangerous, like installing unwanted software or revealing your personal information (for example, … Continue reading Google News – No More Deceptive Download Buttons