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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


A closer look at Chrome’s User Experience Report

Google’s Ilya Grigorik offered this breakdown at the SMX Advanced event in June. Here’s a refresher. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Eric Enge]
Tags: Google, Seo, Ilya Grigorik, Eric Enge


SMX Advanced 2018 – Keynote with Ilya Grigorik of Google

A session recap of the SEO keynote with Google’s Ilya “the internet plumber” Grigorik at SMX Advanced Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Eric Enge]
Tags: Google, Seo, Ilya Grigorik, Eric Enge, Ilya, Grigorik


SSL Is Here To Stay!

Like having a business plan is essential for your business growth, so is SSL, especially if you want to rank well with Google in 2018. Why not? Implementation of SSL will have minimal impact on your current rankings and in return set you up for success! Google Cares If You’re Secure! As of 2018, Google and many other search engines will be prompting the words ‘Not Secure’ next to the URLs of websites that do not have an active SSL certificate. If you’re a business owner and have a presence onlin...
Tags: Google, Seo, SSL, Tips, Ilya Grigorik, Google rankings


Google Shares Details About the Technology Behind Googlebot

Posted by goralewiczCrawling and indexing has been a hot topic over the last few years. As soon as Google launched Google Panda, people rushed to their server logs and crawling stats and began fixing their index bloat. All those problems didn’t exist in the “SEO = backlinks” era from a few years ago. With this exponential growth of technical SEO, we need to get more and more technical. That being said, we still don’t know how exactly Google crawls our websites. Many SEOs still can’t tell the dif...
Tags: Chrome, Google, Seo, Css, Hulu, Google Panda, Google Search Console, Ilya Grigorik, GoogleBot, Ilya, Goralewicz, Web Rendering Service, Google Search Console Bot, Google Fetch


Does Googlebot Support HTTP/2? Challenging Google's Indexing Claims – An Experiment

Posted by goralewiczI was recently challenged with a question from a client, Robert, who runs a small PR firm and needed to optimize a client’s website. His question inspired me to run a small experiment in HTTP protocols. So what was Robert’s question? He asked... Can Googlebot crawl using HTTP/2 protocols? You may be asking yourself, why should I care about Robert and his HTTP protocols? As a refresher, HTTP protocols are the basic set of standards allowing the World Wide Web to exchange info...
Tags: Google, Seo, Css, Php, John, Google Hangouts, Robert, Peter, TCP, John Mueller, Ilya Grigorik, GoogleBot, Surma, Mobilio, Goralewicz, Apache Nginx


Faster Sites: Beyond PageSpeed Insights

Posted by BenjaminEstesGoogle’s PageSpeed Insights is an easy-to-use tool that tests whether a web page might be slower than it needs to be. It gives a score to quantify page performance. Because this score is concrete, the PageSpeed Insights score is often used as a measure of site performance. Similarly to PageRank years back, folks want to optimize this number just because it exists. In fact, Moz has a popular article on this subject: How to Achieve 100/100 with the Google Page Speed Test Too...
Tags: Google, New York, Seo, Css, Atlantic, Paris, Ilya Grigorik, PSI, CDNs, BenjaminEstes, BenjaminEstesGoogle, KB Latency, Minify CSS, Minify JS Probably, Grigorik


Google: There are three certainties in life – death, taxes and IPv6

And TCP-killer QUIC, right? Everyone loves QUIC? CloudFlare Internet Summit As internet engineer jokes go, Google's Ilya Grigorik came up with a good one. On stage to answer the question "what can we expect from the internet in 2020?", he offered:…
Tags: Google, TCP, Ilya Grigorik


Webfonts on the Prairie

I last wrote about the progress of webfonts for A List Apart six years ago. Very few sites used webfonts then, but there was a lot of pent-up frustration among designers to get moving after 15 years of confinement to so-called “web-safe” system fonts. And move they did. With the learn-as-you-go self-reliance that web creators have always been so good at—a slick change in syntax to grease this thing here, a polyfill to patch that thing there—we’ve come a long, long way with very little prepara...
Tags: Firefox, Google, London, Yahoo, Css, Macbook, United States, Atkins, Unicode, Malayalam, Scully, Morse, Tab Atkins Jr, Ilya Grigorik, Jeffrey Zeldman, Alexa Top


Tool To Find Mixed Content Issues To Fix Your Broken HTTPS/SSL Lock

John Mueller of Google reshared a post on Google+ originally shared by Google's Ilya Grigorik with information on a tool that helps webmasters find and ultimately fix those hard to find mixed content issues on your site...
Tags: Google, Google Search Engine Optimization, John Mueller, Ilya Grigorik


Google’s Ilya Grigorik Talks PageSpeed and Service Worker by @brentcsutoras

Ilya Grigorik talks about how important the PageSpeed score really is and what Service Worker is and how it could change the way we develop websites.The post Google’s Ilya Grigorik Talks PageSpeed and Service Worker by @brentcsutoras appeared first on Search Engine Journal. [Link to media]
Tags: Google, Marketing Nerds Podcast, Ilya Grigorik, Search Engine Journal


New #MarketingNerds Podcast: Google’s Ilya Grigorik Talks PageSpeed and Service Worker by @brentcsutoras

Ilya Grigorik talks about how important the PageSpeed score really is and what Service Worker is and how it could change the way we develop websites.The post New #MarketingNerds Podcast: Google’s Ilya Grigorik Talks PageSpeed and Service Worker by @brentcsutoras appeared first on Search Engine Journal. [Link to media]
Tags: Google, Marketing Nerds Podcast, Ilya Grigorik, Search Engine Journal