Google recently sunset the old version of their Search Console tools and migrated all webmasters over to the “new version” of Search Console. One of the features missing from the new version of Google’s webmaster tools is the “Fetch As Google” function underneath the Crawl tab. This was how webmasters could request that Google crawl and index new URLs on their site. However, websites can still do this in Search Console. It just works differently now.
Most people think “great content” is what’s going to help them improve their SEO standing. Alas, that isn’t true anymore. You could write an incredible article and that still would not be enough, unfortunately!
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Handling your social media is a necessary part of any marketing strategy, but it’s also a vital part of any good SEO strategy. The popularity of social media has risen and probably will keep doing so.
After hours of coding, writing, designing, and optimizing, finally you are ready to live your new web page. But hey, why is my blog post not showing on Google?
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The new UI matches what's found on iOS and Android.
MUHAMMAD JARIR KANJI
19 Mar 2020 0
Source: Android Central
Google’s John Mueller recently spoke on the topic of placing links and where on the page they hold the most value.
This was discussed during a Google Webmaster Central hangout on May 1 where the following question was submitted:
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