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5 Most Recent Google Changes That Have Affected Publishers

In the words of Heraclitus, “the only thing that is constant is change.” And working in publishing, you probably find this especially true. Google changes every day, and so do we. Certainly other professions have their own versions of change to deal with: mechanics had to cope with the switch to electric cars, and environmentalists have to hear climate change is fake news. We all have our struggles.

3 New Google Rules for 2017

Are you following the Google rules that have been set out for all publishers?
Google has been very aggressive in setting standards lately that will affect search engine rankings and visibility. In a nutshell, the Google rules basically require publishers to create websites that are responsive, fast and secure.

Maybe you’ve heard this story, about two guys

Protected: Executive Council Update: 3 Google Rules for 2017

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Protected: Executive Council Update: Making the Transition to HTTPS

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Building a Google Visibility Report: A Step-by-Step Guide

Our clients publish in many different niches: food, investing, archaeology, environmental infrastructure, natural health and clinical pathology among many others. When they first come to us, they have nothing in common with one another, but after working with us for six months to a year, they all have one thing in common: a Google Visibility Report (GVR).

Understanding the Role of Metadata in Google Visibility: 5 Best Practices

Your metadata doesn’t matter anymore … Just kidding. It does, sort of.

Recently one of our clients noticed that the metadata they were putting into their articles wasn’t necessarily the data that was getting pulled into Google search results.

In days of old, metadata was valuable. It’s what Google used to determine the content on our pages. When we wrote it, it showed up in search engines. There was no discrepancy between what we put in the meta description field, and what showed up on the page.

SEO Preparedness: Focus on Audience Engagement

Tips on appeasing Google Penguin’s algorithmic changes

Google changes have been a popular topic as of late throughout the industry. Digital publishers and content marketers seeking safety from the wrath of Google have a few options.

There are numerous SEO professionals studying the effects of Google’s algorithmic changes and the reasons why websites get hit so hard. These penalties sometimes account for a loss in over 80% of overall website traffic.