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Website speed is a crucial factor for any website owner. If your site takes too long to load, you risk losing visitors and customers. This article will share how to optimize images for website speed.
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Marguarite (Maggie) Humphrey worked at Cypress North as an intern back in 2019, then went to DAC for a few years, and then back to Cypress North after I interviewed her. Maggie was born in Rochester and met Greg Finn at an RV and Marine industry and Greg offered her an internship. Maggie credited Greg and Cypress a lot for
Google’s John Mueller often posts detailed and thoughtful responses on Reddit related to SEO and also general gadget tinkering. In one of his latest SEO posts, he posted a very detailed and throughout post on when, where and how to go about using hreflang on your site.
Hreflang is super complex and John wants you to make sure there is
Ginny Marvin, the Google Ads Liaison, posted last night that Google Ads has an issue where some ads may not be served. “Google is aware of an internal issue impacting ads serving,” she wrote. She said, “the impact of this issue may prevent ads from serving in certain circumstances for your account.”
Basically, some Google Ads advertisers are noticing weird
In this week’s video, we cover how Google said they try not to overlap search algorithm updates but then announced the rollout of the fifth product reviews update before the core update was done. We also dug into the product reviews update and what we are seeing from it. There is a bug with Google Ads preventing some ads from
As you know, Google began to roll out the fifth Google product reviews update on September 20th during the roll-out of the September 2022 core update. I promised to return and share some of what we’re seeing with this update, as it rolls out.
We are now a couple of days into the update and the chatter amongst the SEO
Google’s John Mueller explained what he would consider being a search quality issue, causing ranking issues specific to Google considering the site not “quality.” John said on Twitter “to me, quality issues are things that users would consider to be problematic.”
He added that technical issues that users do not see likely would not be considered a quality issue by
Google, at about 4 am ET today, September 20, 2022, has unleashed the fifth product reviews update. This was released prior to the September 2022 core update being completed, which was not excepted and Google’s Danny Sullivan said likely would not happen – but it did happen.
Google wrote on Twitter “Today we released the September 2022 product reviews update
Last week, Google rolled out a new Search Console report for HTTPS, and with that came a lot of confusion around a specific error. The error was “HTTPS is invalid and might prevent it from being indexed.” This shows in the URL inspection tool, which was part of this upgrade.
John Mueller from Google did say this morning on Twitter
There is an interesting response from John Mueller of Google on what to do with URLs that may appear duplicated because of URL parameters, like UTMs, at the end of the URLs. John said definitely don’t 404 those URLs, which I think no one would argue with. But he also said you can use the rel=canonical because that was what
What a week, we had the launch of the September 2022 core update that started off strong and fast. Google confirmed the helpful content update is done rolling out but I bet most of you didn’t notice anything. Google even possibly had a local search ranking update, or it might be some ranking bug. Google also may be showing fewer
Core Web Vitals (CWV) are a set of metrics developed by Google to measure the user experience of site visitors.
They provide an idea of how well a webpage performs and help identify areas needing improvement.
Google offers several metrics for measuring page performance that is called Web Vitals, which are different from Core Web Vitals. Web Vitals provides a
Google has made changes to how your feeds work in Merchant Center for countries, removing the need to list a primary country and additional countries, and replacing them with target countries.
Google wrote it is removing the concept of one target country being the primary country for a feed. Google explained that the “primary country of sale” and “additional countries”