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10 Key Steps for Building a Great Small Business Website

By Allison Bowlus Whether you are a freelance photographer, own a hardware store, or have another type of small business, a great website is essential for your company’s success. As a webmaster who has worked on building or marketing over 100 small business websites, I know what it takes to create great and engaging business websites. If you are looking to build a new startup website or make your current site more effective, here are 10 key steps to getting started and helping your small busines...
Tags: Internet, Wordpress, Marketing, Sales, Godaddy, Sales & Marketing, Google Analytics, Shopify, Squarespace, Wix, Drupal, Woocommerce, Google Search Console, Joomla, Bluehost, E-commerce & Social Media


Google Search Console Won't Be Impacted By The Latest Indexing Bug

So now that the indexing bug from yesterday is fully resolved, I had to ask if we should expect any ripple effect in Google Search Console or other areas. Gary Illyes from Google said he does not expect data loss in Google Search Console as a result of this issue.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google Search Console, Gary Illyes


How to do a one-page analysis in Google Analytics

I often get a request from our Blog team about one of their pages. Sometimes they want to know if the page has gotten more pageviews or they notice something weird and they want me to find out what’s going on. And this time they wanted more insight in the performance of one particular page. […] The post How to do a one-page analysis in Google Analytics appeared first on Yoast.
Tags: Seo, Google Analytics, Google Search Console


Google John Mueller: Voice Search Query Data Shouldn't Be A Priority

For years and years now, Google has been suggesting that Google Search Console way add ways to see your query data filtered by voice search. So you can see how people search using voice versus other inputs. John Mueller from Google said he personally feels there are more important things to add to Search Console over this specific request.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Search Console, Google Search Console, John Mueller


Google URL Inspection Tool Labels 410 HTTP Status Codes As 404

Did you know that the URL Inspection Tool within Google Search Console will label a 410 HTTP server status code as a 404 HTTP server code, not the 410 it truly is?
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google Search Console


How to Find Orphaned Pages and What to Do with Them

Last updated on May 21, 2019 at 05:43 pm Maintaining a website and doing SEO means putting out content regularly. Whether it’s an e-commerce website that has thousands of products or a services website that publishes blog posts regularly, a website will inevitably expand the number of pages inside as time goes by. Whether a website has 100 pages or 10,000 pages, internal linking is a crucial on-page SEO strategy . Linking one page to another helps visitors to navigate through your web...
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Analytics, Google Search Console, Gsc, Semrush, Screaming Frog, Orphaned Pages, Orphaned Pages Google Analytics


Church SEO: What to Optimize for Better Organic Search Results

In part 3 of our series, What is Church SEO? we discussed the 3 Ways to Improve Church Search Engine Results. One of those three ways is by improving your position in the organic search results. Google looks at more than 200 different factors in its algorithm that determines organic search results. A person could spend years analyzing and optimizing all those factors, so in this article we’re going to focus on the factors that are most important so you can make the best use of your time. Before ...
Tags: Google, Religion, Seo, Search Marketing, Authority, Google Search Console, Facebook Twitter Pinterest, Church Seo, Better Organic Search Results, Relevance x Authority


SEO Audit 2019: A Comprehensive Guide

Last updated on May 17, 2019 at 10:37 am Website optimization is made up of different facets that need to be optimized individually in order for your site to slowly reach the top spot in the first page of the search results. Onsite optimization – consisting of different factors that are inside your website need to be checked and optimized, offsite optimization – consists of different factors that deal with links that connect other websites to yours, and technical optimization – everything t...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Australia, Seo, Google Analytics, Philippines, AMP, Google Search Console, CSV, SEO tips and tricks, Seo Audit, Complete SEO Audit Guide, SEO Audit Guide, XML Sitemap Check, Geography Location Google, Internal Linking Audit Internal


6 Critical Things to Check Before They Kill Your Church SEO

Continuing our series What is Church SEO? … Most of the time when I talk to people about church SEO, they immediately start asking about things like optimizing title tags, link building and local listings. Those things are important, but before we get to them we need to look at some “Technical SEO” issues – issues related more to church website design– that could be a big hindrance to a website’s search rankings. Failing to address technical SEO issues is like starting your SEO journey with the ...
Tags: Google, Religion, Seo, Search Marketing, Google Search Console, YOAST, Search Engine Journal, Facebook Twitter Pinterest, Gsc, SEO Yoast, Google Search Console GSC, Church Seo, Christian SEO, GSC Mobile Usability, Page Speed Google


How Google Search Console’s New Page Speed Report can Help Improve SEO

Last updated on May 14, 2019 at 05:20 pm Aside from podcasts showing up in the SERPs, Google I/O has another good news for SEOs around the world. They’re finally adding a Page Speed Report in Google Search Console. This is an awesome addition to the constantly improving features of Google Search Console and can definitely improve our lives as SEOs. We all know that page speed is an important factor and we use a variety of tools to check and optimize our websites to make it faster and co...
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Seo News, Google Search Console, Ilya Grigorik, Kenichi Suzuki, SERPs Google, Google I/O 2019, Page Speed Report, Index Coverage


SEO 101 Episode 355: GoogleBot Gets a Major Upgrade, Integrates Podcasts, and Google Search Console News

Summary of SEO 101 Episode 355 GoogleBot has had a significant upgrade bringing its technology in line with the latest versions of Chromium. The hosts discuss this, along with Google’s rolling integration of podcasts in search results, issues with Google Search Console, a new ‘How-To’ for structured data markup, and more. The episode is topped off with answers to more great questions from the SEO 101 Facebook Group. Important Links from this Episode of SEO 101 GoogleBot Runs Latest Chrome ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Seo, John, Google News, Ross, Seo Podcast, Andy, Google Search Console, John Mueller, Facebook Group, GoogleBot, Google Assistant, Google Lens, Zack Reneau Wedeen, SEO 101 Facebook Group Important Links


Google Officially Launches FAQ & How-To Structured Data Markup

Google announced it a year ago at Google I/O 2018 but didn't launch FAQ and How-to structured data until a year later at this years 2019 Google I/O event. It comes with new rich results and new Google Search Console enhancement reports.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google Search Console


Google Search Console New Speed Report

At Google I/O they demonstrated a new report within Google Search Console named the Speed Report. It is currently in beta or experimental mode but they showed some screen shots of it in action.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google Search Console


There’s a new Speed Report coming to Google Search Console

You can request beta access to this new speed report today. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Seo, Google Search Console, Barry Schwartz


Proven Shortcuts To Improve Your Content Marketing in 2019

When it comes to content marketing, there’s no substitute for hard work and expertise, but at the same time, there’s also no point in doing work that’s unnecessary! That’s why we’ve put together these 5 shortcuts to help supercharge your content marketing. There are a number of tools and processes that we as content marketers can use to improve our efficiency and ultimately, our results. Some will simply improve efficiency, while others will open up opportunities to explore that you may never ha...
Tags: Google, Sem, Google Analytics, HubSpot, Haro, Google Search Console, SiteVisibility, SEO Agency, Time The New York Times


Google Search Console Adds Three New Reports

Google announced three new reports to Google Search Console yesterday. They include uparsable structured data report and two enhancement reports (a) sitelinks searchbox and (b) logo enhancement reports.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google Search Console


Google Search Console's Lost Data Directly Related To Indexing Bug

I was confused as to why Google Search Console lost 16-days worth of data if the indexing bug lasted from April 5th to April 11th. Furthermore, if the indexing bug started on April 5th, why did Search Console have data loss from April 9th through April 25th? Shouldn't there be a one-to-one overlap in dates to the data loss?
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google Search Console


Google Search Console Manual Actions Now Back After Disappearing

Yesterday we reported that Google Search Console had yet another bug, this time with your manual actions disappearing without any good reason. Google fixed the issue within 24 hours and if you had any manual actions that were gone yesterday, they are probably now back and visible within Google Search Console.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google Search Console


Where did my Search Console errors go?

If you’ve noticed that your Yoast SEO Search Console report looks surprisingly empty, it’s because Google have shut down the system which provides data about their crawl errors. There’s no need to worry, though – we knew this was coming, and we have plans for the future. Your Search Console report won’t show any information […] The post Where did my Search Console errors go? appeared first on Yoast.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Console


Google Search Console Lost Data From April 9 to April 25th

Remember those Google Search Console bugs that we thought was related to the indexing issue? Google said it was resolved mostly with the exception of the backlink report, which should be resolved soon. Well, resolved means that the data was completely lost for all reports excluding the performance report and filled with data from April 26th instead.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google Search Console


Some April Google Search Console data lost, manual actions disappeared

Most of the reports are missing data during the de-indexing bug period. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Seo, Google Search Console, Barry Schwartz


Google Search Console Reports Finally Up To Date

After Google pausing several of their reports within the Google Search Console due to the indexing bugs, Google now has updated them as of this morning. Previously it was stuck at data from April 7th or so, now you can see data as recent as a couple days ago, April 27th.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google Search Console


Google Search Console reports back on track after multi-week delay

You can finally now check your coverage and enhancement reports in Search Console after a three-week delay. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Seo, Google Search Console, Barry Schwartz


Analyzing Link Building Results Using the Google Search Console Link Report

Last updated on April 25, 2019 at 05:58 pm For the past few years, I’ve always seen this question being asked frequently across blogs, social media posts, and online forums, and the question is: “Is link building dead?” I’ve seen this being asked in various sites and channels, and the answers that you would get can vary between “Link building is a dead strategy that would not be effective in the next few years” to “Link building is still a viable strategy”. The number of answers that you ge...
Tags: Google, Seo, Link Building, Google Search Console, Ahrefs, Gsc, Internal Links Internal, Link Building Strategy, Link Building Analysis, Link Report


SEO 101 Episode 353: Google’s De-Indexing Issues, the New Discover Report, Mueller Files, and Great Questions from Listeners

Summary of SEO 101 Episode 353 Google surprised the SEO community with serious issues with its index when it seemingly de-indexed up to 4% of its total index arbitrarily. The hosts discuss this along with its supposed correction, issues with Google Search Console still showing, along with the new Discover Report. Next up, Matt Cutts makes a great suggestion. Ross and John touch base on a couple of key basics on redirects and link reports, and they answer three excellent questions from the ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Seo, Tennessee, John, Ross, Seo Podcast, Google Search Console, John Mueller, Facebook Group, Matt Cutts, Austin Thompson, Jackson Tennessee, Steve Dale, SEO 101 Facebook Group Important Links, SEO Matt Cutts Wants Google


Google Search Console is Still Affected by Indexing Bug by @MattGSouthern

Google's indexing bug was resolved last week, but Search Console is still recovering.The post Google Search Console is Still Affected by Indexing Bug by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google, Tools, News, Seo, Search Console, Google Search Console


De-indexing bug hits Google Search Console reports, tools

Don’t trust the Google Search Console coverage and enhancement reports, nor the URL inspection tool until Google fixes ongoing indexing bugs. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Console, Don, Barry Schwartz


New Google Search Console Discover Report

One thing SEOs were asking Google for for some time now is a report in Google Search Console that tells you about your traffic from Google Discover. Now we have such a report and it is pretty cool to see this new data.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google Search Console


How to Optimize Your Content for Google Discover (And Why It’s Important)

Last updated on April 11, 2019 at 06:19 pm As Google’s take on the social feed, Google Discover has been making quite a buzz since it was introduced in December 2018. The new addition to the Google family was born out of a revamping effort for its predecessor, the Google Feed. Discover is user-centric, a melting pot of interests, and it provides better access to relevant topics even without searching for it. And with Google Search Console (GSC) adding a report for site performance in the Disc...
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Google Search Console, Gsc, Google Search Console GSC, SEO tips and tricks, Google Discover


Google Search Console adds Discover report

If your website gets a lot of traffic from Google Discover you may see a new report in the Google Search Console to help you analyze that data. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Console, Barry Schwartz