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Google’s Gives Official Recommendations On JavaScript Sites / Progressive Web Apps


Updated: Google’s Gives Official Recommendations On JavaScript Sites / Progressive Web Apps

John Mueller: how Google indexes JavaScript sites

On Mar 4, 2016, Google’s Webmaster Trends Analyst, John Mueller, posted an updated on how Google indexes JavaScript-based sites and progressive web apps. Below are his recommendations.

  1. Don’t cloak to Googlebot
  2. Use rel=canonical tag
  3. Avoid the AJAX-Crawling scheme
  4. Avoid using “#” in URLs (outside of “#!”)
  5. Ensure that all required resources aren’t blocked by robots.txt
  6. Limit the number of embedded resources in site
  7. JavaScript can be used to provide titles, description & robots meta tags, structured data, and other meta-data
  8. Use sitemap file with correct “lastmod” dates

Checked with reference to the documents mentioned below…

Old vs. New SEO On One Picture

New SEO On One Picture

Internet Marketing Agency in Utah and Arizona recently released a stunning new infographic The Old Days of Google vs the New to explore 37 different aspects of SEO and compare how the method have changed through the years.

old vs new seo infographic

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Join Automattic’s Worldwide WP 5k 2015

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The 2015 edition of the Automattic Worldwide WP 5k (#WWWP5k) is around the corner!

Automatticians already hit the trail at our company meetup last week. It was early — the sun was barely peeking behind the mountains in Park City, Utah — but the air was crisp and the morning was perfect for running a 5k. (Staying fit is an important part of our company culture.)

Automatticians running the WWWP5k in Park City, Utah Automatticians laced up and ready to go! Photo by Dean Royal.

Now it’s your turn! The Worldwide WordPress 5k will take place next week from Monday, October 26th to Sunday, November 1st.

Lace up your running/walking/hiking/hopping shoes and join us for the 5k blogged about around the world! Read on to find out how to participate.

What is a 5k?

A 5k run/walk is approximately 3.1 miles long. You can run, walk, or skip; it’s totally up to you. There’s…

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Google Alert hard! Sites not Mobile-Friendly

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April 21, 2015 Google launches new search algorithm “mobile friendly”!

Tough times for those who do not have a site optimization for Tablets & Smartphones.
From next month, Google will update the algorithm to prioritize the sites mobile-friendly with the goal of improving the user experience.

READ ▬ It’s OFFICIAL! April 21 Is The Death Of The Sites Not Responsive

Changes In The Algorithm Of Google

Google wants to improve the user experience when searching from a mobile device, it has made changes to its algorithm Google mobile friendly. What will happen from April 21, is that Google will improve the position of those web adapted to mobile devices, and even allow indexing applications through its new indexing App.

Your website is it suitable for mobile? Take the Test !!!. 

Google has changed their algorithm to adapt to new ways of doing their user searches. To get an idea of the impact it has mobile devices, only in India and in 2014 over 213 million Internet users were connected from their devices, this is a figure gathered by a survey conducted by the Internet and Mobile Association of India

Mobile Internet User's Report India - IAMAI

Image Courtesy : IAMAI

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[INFOGRAPHIC] How to Optimize the CTR & Get More Clicks from Google

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When people search on Google and your blog appears in the search results pages (also called SERPs), there are certain elements that can attract users to click on your link. I’ll tell you what those elements are and how they’ve gotten through more clicks (CTR optimize) from the pages of Google.

What is CTR and SERPs?

CTR – The CTR (Click Through Rate) is the number of clicks it receives divided by the number of times the link shown in the results pages of Google (clicks ÷ times shown = CTR) link. Is usually represented as a percentage and of course the higher the better. For example, if a link to my blog appears 100 times in the results of Google and 10 users clicked on it have a CTR of 10 clicks / 100 times that shown = 0.1 = 10%

SERP – The SERP (Search Engine Results Page) is the page of search engine results. For example, if you search “Hire Professional SEO Expert” on Google, the search results page that shows Google is a SERP. Normally in each SERP about 10 links as results of the search are shown.

One of the best sources of data for troubleshooting website performance issues (like low %CTR from search engine results) is Google Webmaster Tools, and in the “Search Queries” section you can see the famous CTR.

See the Infographic more details …

Google CTR Study

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