• The Beginner’s Guide to Successful Blogging

    … 162Reactions The Beginner’s Guide to Successful Blogging We’ve launched the Famous Blog about 5 years ago to help out new bloggers building successful blogs. We love to share all kind of tips, tricks and trends provided by expert bloggers, so today; I am going to share a new beginners blogging guide, which I believe will make a difference…

    Hesham Zebida/ Famous Bloggersin Blogging- 15 readers -
  • Case Studies: Fixing Hacked Sites

    … Webmaster Level: All Every day, thousands of websites get hacked. Hacked sites can harm users by serving malicious software, collecting personal information, or redirecting them to sites they didn't intend to visit. Webmasters want to fix hacked sites quickly, but unfortunately recovering from a hack can be a complicated process. We're trying…

    Google Webmaster Central Blog- 8 readers -
  • How To Create A 301 Redirect Map

    If you redesign your website, you need to create a 301 redirect strategy. At the core of this strategy is making a 301 redirect map. If you launch a new website without a 301 redirect strategy, the website redesign will be a failure because you will lose a lot of traffic. When Digg redesigned its website, for example, it lost vast amounts of traffic.

    Neil Patel/ Search Engine Land- 11 readers -
  • User-Centered SEO: Creating Long-Term Value

    CMOs understand that by its very nature, SEO rarely stays the same for long. The shift to putting end customers and users front and center is quite different from SEO practices of yesteryear. While this new SEO direction may seem daunting, it also opens up a huge realm of opportunity for those that are willing to adapt.

    Chris Marentis/ Search Engine Land- 26 readers -
  • Webmaster Academy now available in 22 languages

    … Webmaster level: Beginner Today, the new Webmaster Academy goes live in 22 languages! New or beginner webmasters speaking a multitude of languages can now learn the fundamentals of making a great site, providing an enjoyable user experience, and ranking well in search results. And if you think you’re already familiar with these topics, take…

    Google Webmaster Central Blog- 4 readers -
  • #NoHacked: a global campaign to spread hacking awareness

    …Last month, we introduced a weeklong social campaign called #NoHacked. The goals for #NoHacked are to bring awareness to hacking attacks and offer tips on how to keep your sites safe from hackers. We held the campaign in 11 languages on multiple channels including Google+, Twitter and Weibo. About 1 million people viewed our tips and hundreds…

    Google Webmaster Central Blog- 8 readers -
  • Rendering pages with Fetch as Google

    … Webmaster level: all The Fetch as Google feature in Webmaster Tools provides webmasters with the results of Googlebot attempting to fetch their pages. The server headers and HTML shown are useful to diagnose technical problems and hacking side-effects, but sometimes make double-checking the response hard: Help! What do all of these codes mean…

    Google Webmaster Central Blogin Google- 19 readers -
  • Making your site more mobile-friendly with PageSpeed Insights

    … Webmaster level: all To help developers and webmasters make their pages mobile-friendly, we recently updated PageSpeed Insights with additional recommendations on mobile usability. Poor usability can diminish the benefits of a fast page load. We know the average mobile page takes more than 7 seconds to load, and by using the PageSpeed…

    Google Webmaster Central Blog- 11 readers -
  • Webmaster Guidelines for sneaky redirects updated

    …Webmaster Level: All Redirects are often used by webmasters to help forward visitors from one page to another. They are a normal part of how the web operates, and are very valuable when well used. However, some redirects are designed to manipulate or deceive search engines or to display different content to human users than to search engines. Our…

    Google Webmaster Central Blog- 2 readers -