New updated seo newsletter

New updated seo newsletter
New updated seo newsletter

1. DO YOU KNOW HOW WHAT ARE THE DUPLICATE CONTENT SEOS?

Based on over 1000 votes on Twitter by Sophie Brannon on the question: “What would you do with duplicate content?”

The result is:

  • 57.5% usually put the canonical tag
  • 18.4% will rewrite the content
  • 11.8% then set is always noindex
  • 12.3% apply other measures

Information link on: https://twitter.com/SophieBrannon/status/1427905326683148290

And you?

2. GOOGLE: MOBILE AND DESKTOP PAGE DO NOT NEED TO MAKE THE SAME YEAR BUT MUST MEET THE SAME PURPOSE

John Muller said that desktop pages and mobile pages do not have to be exactly the same, it is important to have the same purpose.

For example, on desktop you have 16 products/pages and on mobile only 8 products/pages, as long as the content division is consistent, page breaks, etc.

Detailed link: https://twitter.com/jpigla/status/1428712808846331906

3. GOOGLE: CLICK FROM NEWSLETTER EMAIL HAS NO EFFECTS ON SEO

The question posed on Twitter to J. Mueller banana was: “Does clicking from emails/newsletters have any effect on SEO? I tested it by sending about 100+ emails and noticed an improvement in rankings from posts that received email traffic.”

John Mueller replied: "It doesn't work, just like ads, social media. Diversifying the traffic sources for the website is good, but not everything has an impact on SEO.

Detailed link: https://twitter.com/JohnMu/status/14298470353191103493

4. GOOGLE HAS A SECTION FOR YOU TO CONTRIBUTE COMMENTS ON TITLE CHANGES IN RECENT DAYS

Google has opened a dedicated topic for title changes recently. Here, you can contribute to Google information about the changed title, old title, new title, device name used, ...

These contributions will help Google better understand and handle title-related changes.

If you are researching or planning to create better titles then you will see a lot of cases of title change in the above forum, which is a good source of data for synthesis and analysis. 

Detailed link: https://support.google.com/webmasters/thread/122879386/your-feedback-on-titles-shown-in-search-results

5. GOOGLE: GENERALLY REMOVING AMP DOESN'T IFFECT RANKING.

On Twitter (https://twitter.com/digitalsan.../status/1430788522714095623), John was asked: "Let's say I have an AMP page that has a keyword ranking 2nd. If I delete that AMP page and redirect to another page (non-AMP), will keyword rankings be affected?”

John Mueller: “Probability will stay the same. Speed ​​is important but it depends on the site and the queries. But what's the point of removing it while it's healing?"

In short, it can be reduced but will not be significant.

6. SHORT DESCRIPTION BELOW TITLE MAY CHANGE BY USER'S SEARCH.

In other words, depending on the user's search problem, this short description may be different.

As for the title, as Google has confirmed: user queries do not affect title changes anymore. 

Detailed link: https://twitter.com/rustybrick/status/1430879672150155271

7. LINK SPAM UPDATE DONE.

The spam link update Google announced from July 26, and took about 1 month to complete, about 2 weeks longer than expected that Google had previously announced. 

Link: https://twitter.com/dannysullivan/status/1430226301974040578

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