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Google confirms store visits, store sales reporting data incorrect from 4/28 on

Google has confirmed that store visits and store sales data has been impacted by the bug that hit Google Ads reporting more than a week ago. New information. Store visits and store sales reporting is inaccurate as of 12:01 PDT on April 28, Google said in an update to its blog post on the bug …

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Google confirms AJAX (i.e. XHR) calls consume crawl budget

In January 2017, Gary Illyes from Google published a document on the Google blog explaining how crawl budget works to webmasters and SEOs. He has now updated the document to make clear that AJAX (i.e. XHR) calls, can and will consume a site’s crawl budget.   The clarification. The update (in italics added here) reads, …

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Vietnam coach Park Hang-seo confirms desire to give up coaching multiple teams

Vietnam coach Park Hang-seo claims that he still plans to concentrate on only one of the two national teams for the country. The Korea Republic coach, who led the Golden Dragons to the AFF Suzuki Cup 2018 title, also heads the junior squads. And according to news, he is tired of doing so, and wants …

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Google Confirms that Structured Data Improves Targeting

John Mueller clarified how Schema Structured Data can affect rankings. Previously it has been said that structured data was useful for receiving enhanced search listings like stars for reviews and breacrumb navigation displays in the SERPs. John Mueller’s statement makes clear that structured data has more impact than enhanced displays in the SERPs. Structured Data …

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Google Confirms March 7th Algorithm Update Was About Relevance, Not Quality

Google’s John Mueller has confirmed the March 7th algorithm update did not necessarily target low quality sites. Rather, it had more to do with content relevance. Mueller revealed this information during a Google Webmaster Hangout held on April 6th. He was asked: ”If we have a site that was hit by the March 7th and …

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