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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…

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10 YouTuber’s That You Should Be Following Right Now


10 YouTuber's That You Should Be Following Right Now

According to YouTube, there 1 billion monthly active users on the platform, average YouTube users visits the site 14 times per month, Users spend an average of 25 minutes on the site each time, 40% of YouTube traffic comes from mobile 92, billion page views each month {13x World Population} ..

Those 10 YouTuber’s provide the best advice:

Subscribed them, and learn the best from Google

Search Engine updates & other Google developments.!

10 YouTuber's That You Should Be Following Right Now - Infographic

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Google Authorship Is Now Closed!


Time to Say Bye-Bye, Authorship

John Mueller, webmaster trends analyst at Google announced in a Google+ post: the search engine will no longer take into account the tag rel =author and attributed it to date. The news came as a surprise to one: that proposed by the Google functionality seemed consistent to improve the relevance and significance of the results but more importantly, allowed to highlight its social network Google +.

According to Mueller, Authorship has failed to prove its effectiveness and does not really increase the traffic of a website. It also does not affect the number of clicks on advertisements.different opinions on this change.

Now that Google has removed authorship from search results what are the impacts on SEO? This article by Danny Sullivan on Search Engine Land explains the difference between authorship and author rank.

Here is a quick summary:

  • Authorship was the inclusion of author photos, names and Google+ details in Google search results
  • Author Rank is the potential boosting of ranking for stories by trustworthy authors
  • Google is likely to be looking at bylines (e.g. “Post by Benjamin Mangold”) moving forward to determine author rank
  • You might want to continue to use authorship markup (e.g. rel=”Author”) to tell Google about the authors of your blog posts 

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Update – Google’s John Mueller On Improving URL Removals on Third Party Websites


google's john muellerIn a recently Google Webmaster Blog Post, John Mueller, Google’s Webmaster Trends Analyst Introduced “Improved URL Removal Tool For Third Party”.

John Mueller offered points on what you should do at the start of removal request.

This tool is useful for removals on other peoples’ websites. You could use this tool if a page has been removed completely, or when it was just changed and you require having the snippet & cached page removed. If you are the webmaster of the website, then applying the Webmaster Tools URL removal feature is quicker& less complicated.

To remove entire webpage, it is required to have a proper HTTP result code (403, 404 OR 410), noindex robots meta tag, robots.txt file that is blocking the page, When you will entered the URL in the URL removal Tool, The Google analysis tool will be confirm that the particular page is no longer there.

The tool is available at https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/removals and looks like this:

General URL Removal

Just in case web pages was not taken off, you can makes use of the same tool, Making use of the Webmaster Tools URL removal feature is very simple for the real owners of the website. Visit the tool and type in a phrase that no longer appears to the live web page and Google will get it from there.

To get more detailed & information about this new tool please read the most recent post on the Official Google Webmaster Central Blog.

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