Setting goals for your website (and why it matters) | Search for Beginners Ep 2

Setting goals for your website (and why it matters) | Search for Beginners Ep 2

Do I Need a Website? | Search for Beginners Ep 1

Do I Need a Website? | Search for Beginners Ep 1

Do you need a website? Before you start, you should ask yourself: who are your customers, and where can you find them? Do they search for products and services on the internet? Users often use search engines to find what they’re looking for, so it’s important for your business to be easily found online. When

Google vs. JavaScript – What’s the Score in 2019?

Google vs. JavaScript – What’s the Score in 2019?

Word of mouth, ads, okay, that’s two ways of getting people on the website. You can also sit at a computer and just go on your website or something, I don’t know. Another way is actually search engines. So you’re not sure that search engines find your content online. And there’s like a whole profession

Google Search News (Sept ’19) – changes in GSC, nofollow links, new meta tags, and more

Google Search News (Sept ’19) – changes in GSC, nofollow links, new meta tags, and more

Hi everyone and welcome to the first Google Search News. I hope life is treating you well, wherever you are. I’m your host today, John Mueller, here from Google Zurich in mostly sunny, Switzerland. With this show we want to give you a regular summary of what’s been happening around Google search, specifically for webmasters,

Introducing reCAPTCHA v3

Introducing reCAPTCHA v3

If you have a website, you need to protect your users from bots. Bots are trying leaked passwords, posting spam and scraping your content. The reCAPTCHA, “I’m not a robot” checkbox, changed the way to protect your websites. But it’s one-time verification doesn’t fit every use case. reCAPTCHA v3 does away with the need for

The CRAWL BUDGET EXPLAINED in 3 MINUTES!

The CRAWL BUDGET EXPLAINED in 3 MINUTES!

Website performance and site speed are two critical components to successful web search ranking. But an often overlooked aspect that you need to pay attention to is your crawl budget so what’s the crawl budget anyway? I’m glad you asked. The Internet is big. The index web has 5.5 billion pages and counting. That’s the

JSON-LD Structured Data: Where to Insert in a Page? #AskGoogleWebmasters

JSON-LD Structured Data: Where to Insert in a Page? #AskGoogleWebmasters

Today we have a question from Virginie who’s asking is It possible to insert JSON structured data at the bottom of theinstead of the? It seems to work fine for many websites. Thank you for your question, Virginie. JSON-LD is one of the ways that Google can process structured data on a webpage. The other

What is GOOGLEBOT?

What is GOOGLEBOT?

Googlebot. This is the web crawling software that Google uses to collect and index the internet for its search engine. In reality when using the term we’re talking about two kinds of crawlers. The mobile crawler and the desktop crawler. Both are used to simulate the user experience for its respective platform.

Is Google’s Two Waves of Indexing Over?

Is Google’s Two Waves of Indexing Over?

Hello, it’s Bartosz! I had an amazing opportunity last week to go to Google’s office in Zurich and sit down with both John Mueller and Martin Splitt and talk a little bit about how Google is changing, how they render our content, how they render JavaScript, and there are a few very exciting news for

How to Verify Your Website with Google Webmasters Tool (Google Search Console ) in 2017

How to Verify Your Website with Google Webmasters Tool (Google Search Console ) in 2017

So one of my videos which I recorded in December 2015 Which was on verifying your website with Google Webmaster has gone viral, and it’s very helpful I read comments every single day a lot of people are finding it useful so I thought of recording a new video Hi, this is Digital Critique and