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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


BrightonSEO Slides – April 2019

SiteVisibility are proud co-founders of BrightonSEO and we’re the official sponsors of the speakers slides (You can find out more about our relationship with BrightonSEO here). If you couldn’t make it to the conference or missed out on a talk, we’re here to help! Below you can find the slides from the April 2019 BrightonSEO Conference as well as the videos of the main stage from Authoritas. We’ve ordered them by the schedule on the day to help you find what you’re looking for. You’ll notice that...
Tags: Google, Seo, Sem, Css, James Brown, Brighton, Mark Osborne, The Digital Marketing Blog, Brightonseo, Kenichi Suzuki, Christoph, Marcus Tober, Justin Clarke, Lukasz Zelezny, Gareth Simpson, Lily Ray


Google Docs On Removing AMP Content From Search

Google has added a new developer document page on removing AMP content from search. This was first spotted by Kenichi Suzuki, he posted it on Twitter. I guess enough people asked, Google finally made a document telling webmasters the safe way to remove your AMP content...
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Kenichi Suzuki


Google Structured Data Testing Tool Updated

The Google Structured Data Testing Tool has been given a makeover, as noted yesterday by Kenichi Suzuki on Google+. In addition to updating the Testing Tool, Google has also published a help page on Google Developers describing the features of the Testing Tool and how to use it. Structured Data Testing Tool features The updated Testing Tool has a number of capabilities, most of which were available in the prior version of the tool, but some of which are new. Support for URLs or code...
Tags: Google, Seo, Semantic Web, Schema.org, Structured Data, Google Structured Data Testing Tool, Jarno van Driel, Kenichi Suzuki, Dan Brickley


Google Using schema.org for Local Business Information

Google is now piloting a program that allows local business owners to provide information about their business by using schema.org. By providing with a mix of required, recommended and optional properties with values for the schema.org LocalBusiness class, a business can now provide Google with information about things like the business's name, address, telephone number, physical location and hours of operation. Google has supported the provision of local business information with schem...
Tags: Google, Seo, Search Engines, Dave, Semantic Web, Json-ld, Schema.org, Actions, Local Businesses, Knowledge Panel, Kenichi Suzuki, Grace Massa Langlois, Menashe Avramov, Local Business Information