'UX stands for user experience. How is the experience of using a website for the user? Is it easy? Does it produces the desired results?
SEO or search engine optimization is not just about keywords or meta tags or even content. Those things play a small role but search is more about user experience. Optimizing your website for search engines (in other words SEO) means focusing on the user experience'.
Small business owners who once obsessed over their top keyword rankings and traffic from a few money terms now need to adjust their thinking with the rise of "(not provided)" keywords and the arrival of the Google Hummingbird algorithm.
Il 7 Ottobre 2015 Google ha annunciato Accelerated Mobile Pages Project, un progetto che - come dice il nome stesso - mira ad accelerare la velocità della fruizione dei contenuti editoriali via mobile. In estrema sintesi: nel 2015 il mobile web non può più essere lento come le connessione analogiche di una dozzina d'anni fa. E quindi Google, assieme ad alcuni partner editoriali e tecnologici, ha lanciato una iniziativa open source atta a migliorare le prestazioni dei siti mobile, indipendentemen
Google is becoming increasingly adept at recognizing links built in an attempt to game search engine rankings, and they are discounting the value of those links (sometimes even penalizing sites with large numbers of these “unnatural links”). There simply is no sustainability in trying to manipulate the algorithm.
The question has now become what it always should have been: “How can I improve my authority, relevance, and value online? And how can I ensure that Google recognizes my site’s importance appropriately?”
Prefazione Matteo Bianconi Quando Salvatore Russo mi ha parlato per la prima volta di questo post a diciottodue mani, io mi stavo lavando i denti. Mi ricordo la telefonata: “Ma tu sei social?” C’è stato un piacevole scambio di battute e di insulti, poi ho letto questo post che vedi qui sotto. Cosa significa essere social? La...
Now when you search Google for hashtags, Google will add related Google+ posts to the right of regular search results, as long as they have been shared publicly or directly with you, and provide links to search hashtags on other sites.
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