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You may have noticed that the SERP Checker has now moved out of your advanced reviews and into a separate page, with new functionality and greater flexibility. We’ve provided a summary of what’s changed and how you can get the most from the SERP Checker. Where to find the SERP Checker The SERP Checker can now be accessed via the link at the top of your advanced reviews.
Google is always working to return the most relevant results to users based on their search queries. We know that among other things, Google also considers User Experience in its ranking algorithms, helping websites with great engagement to out-perform those that send negative signals, such as high bounce rates.
As we all know too well, almost all websites have some kind crawling issues, whether due to broken links from internal pages or linking websites, problems with servers not responding properly, incorrect linking from sitemaps, or other reasons. WooRank users have been able to sync their Google Analytics accounts to pull useful data into their WooRank reviews for some time now.
After reaching out to our customers to find out which features they wanted to see next in their WooRank Reviews, we have some exciting news to announce! For those of you that missed it, our friends at Search Metrics recently released their 2015 Ranking Factors study, which highlights that backlinks continue to remain at the top of the list when it comes to influencing the search results.
In the last post, we covered the main link building strategies to avoid to help you identify any black hat tactics that may have been used by one of your previous in-house SEOs or digital marketing agencies. Finding & removing low quality links should be the first step of any link building strategy, so if you didn’t get a chance to read it take a look before moving on.
Link building techniques have been used and abused since the very beginning of search engines, and while Google has been in a constant battle to prevent websites from manipulating its search results through acquiring unnatural links, a lot of ground has been covered in recent years, particularly with the release of its spam fighting algorithmic update, codenamed ‘Penguin’.
Whether you’ve just launched your website and want to help Google discover it; you’re having problems making your web pages appear in the search results; or you want to increase the rate at which Google crawls your website in order to get your new pages i ...
In recent years, Google began reducing the amount of keyword data that it made available through its Analytics platform. This came in the form of the dreaded ‘not provided’, which gradually consumed keyword data, leaving us with a fraction of what we once had. However, thanks to the ‘Search Query’ Report in Google Webmaster Tools, website managers were able to extract useful d ...