Close

What Google’s Indexing Looks like From Discovery to Ranking

Google’s Martin Splitt explains Google’s indexing process from discovery to ranking and where rendering fits into that queue How a website renders is a part of the indexing queue and like the other parts has an impact on SEO and ranking. Google’s Martin Splitt explained in a webinar hosted by Duda how rendering impacts SEO and what the […]

Read More

What’s new in Microsoft .NET 6

Microsoft has published a second release candidate for its upcoming .NET 6 software development platform. The “go live” release candidate, .NET 6 RC2, was published October 12. RC2 has been tested on, and is supported on, Visual Studio 2022 Preview 5. The new release candidate can be downloaded from dotnet.microsoft.com. A bulletin on RC2 cites planned .NET 6 capabilities […]

Read More

Microsoft Advertising New Search Ad Attributes For Marketing With Purpose

Microsoft launched 32 new business attributes you can add to your search ads on Bing. These attributes are called Marketing with Purpose Business Attributes and are in the categories of inclusion, environmental, community/social responsibility and accessibility. Microsoft said these attributes will “allow you to differentiate your brand from your competitors by highlighting unique attributes that showcase the […]

Read More

Google Still Uses Original Page Titles For Search Rankings

Following Google’s recent page title update, the search engine will continue to use a website’s original titles to rank results. Google’s John Mueller confirms a webpage’s original title will still be used for ranking purposes even when it’s replaced in SERPs. This is stated during the Google Search Central SEO hangout recorded on September 3, 2021. […]

Read More

Google Redesigns “How Search Works” Website

Google has revamped its ‘How Search Works’ web portal with a fresh coat of paint. Google has updated its ‘How Search Works’ website which contains information on how Google organizes, ranks, and tests search results. The website was launched in 2016 and explains the inner workings of Google’s search engine in a way that even […]

Read More

WordPress Dominates Market Share Of Top 10,000 Websites

New research highlights content management system ranking by market share with WordPress taking the lead with an incredibly impressive share. When you mention brands that dominate the market, the likes of Google, Facebook and Amazon are likely to spring to mind. Likewise, when it comes to CSM market share, it won’t surprise you to know […]

Read More

GitHub Container Registry available for production use

Part of GitHub Packages, the service for publishing and managing Docker and OCI container images will remain free for the time being. GitHub Container Registry, a new GitHub service for publishing and managing Docker images and OCI (Open Container Initiative) images within GitHub, is now generally available. The registry, which had been in a public beta period since last September, is […]

Read More

Research Papers May Show What Google MUM Is

Google Multitask Unified Model (MUM) is a new technology for answering complex questions that don’t have direct answers. Google has published research papers that may offer clues of what the MUM AI is and how it works. MUM is likely comprised of multiple innovations. For example, the Google research paper, HyperGrid Transformers: Towards A Single […]

Read More

Advanced Core Web Vitals: A Technical SEO Guide

Real humans want good web experiences. What does that look like in practice? Well, one recent study cited by Google in a blog post about Core Web Vitals found that mobile web users only kept their attention on the screen for 4-8 seconds at a time. Read that again. You have less than 8 seconds […]

Read More