SEO: Site Speed

Making website speed and performance part of your SEO routine

Success in search engine optimization (SEO) requires not only an understanding of where Google’s algorithm is today but an insight to where Google is heading in the future. Based on my experience, it has become clear to me Google will place a stronger weight on the customer’s experience with page load speed as part of …

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Google’s Page Speed Update does not impact indexing

In response to questions raised in the community, here’s clarification about how indexing is impacted by the Google Page Speed Update. The post Google’s Page Speed Update does not impact indexing appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Source link

Will AMP improve your rankings? How to set up an AMP test

Though Google has repeatedly stated that Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) are not a ranking factor, many have speculated that they may soon become one. AMP pages are built for speed — so when you consider Google’s recent announcement that page speed will become a mobile ranking factor later this year, right around the same time the …

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3 SEO tasks to start 2018 off with a bang

We’re just about three weeks into the new year, and the momentum you establish now can easily set the pace for the rest of your year. I’d like to help you start 2018 off with a bang by earning three simple wins that will set the stage for further success and growth, not just for …

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What’s next for technical SEO?

It seems as though technical SEO is experiencing a resurgence in popularity. In 2016, Mike King believed that we were on the cusp of a technical SEO renaissance due to the rapid advancement of web technologies. And in 2017, interest continued to boom. Needless to say, spirits are high going into 2018 with a renewed passion for learning and …

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AMP pages, Search Console notifications & desktop only pages

Google has just announced its latest algorithm update, named the Speed Update, that will be launching in July of this year. We asked Google several questions about this update, including how this impacts desktop pages, whether pages with AMP URLs but slow canonical URLs will be impacted, if webmasters will get Search Console notifications and …

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Google PageSpeed Insights now uses real data from Chrome browser users

Google announced that the PageSpeed Insights tool has been updated to use data from the Chrome user experience report, which means the tool is using metrics from “real-world Chrome users who experience popular destinations on the web.” The pagespeed tool now shows you how fast your pages load based on real user data, which is …

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A case for websites serving developing countries

Like Taylor Swift, Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMPs) have a reputation. In a not-very-official Twitter poll, 53 percent claimed AMP was “breaking the web.” What do you think about AMP? — Maximiliano Firtman (@firt) March 23, 2017 The mobile ecosystem is already complex: choosing a mobile configuration, accounting for mobile-friendliness, preparing for the mobile-first index, implementing …

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SEO + UX = Success

These days, SEO best practices include consideration for the user experience (UX). Columnist Sherry Bonelli explains how SEO and UX work together to help both search engines and users. The post SEO + UX = Success appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Source link

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) conquer the competition for shoe retailer

In the highly competitive footwear vertical, no season matters more than late summer, when shoppers spend $27 billion on supplies and clothing for the coming school year. According to the Deloitte back-to-school survey for 2017, some 55 percent of that spend, about $15 billion, is devoted to clothing and accessories. Late summer may be only …

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