For example, Google looks to try and solve problems and make searches solve as many problems as it can. No matter what Google changes they always stick to the following fundamentals. Each of these key factors play a role in how a website is ranked.
This latest announcement from Google My Business is a major coup for the restaurant owners out there ripping their hair out at menu mistakes. Now, you should be much more likely to put together a full restaurant list with your menus easy to edit and adjust as you had intended.
While in the past you could rank with impunity, today most pages go for one particular keyword to rank for. While that is still a good strategy, it turns out that you can rank for two keywords on one page without penalties.
You should be able to easily learn to understand the more detailed side of the said snippets. With the main reason for their development arguably due to mobile search and voice-activated searches, there’s much to be understood about this important new feature.
Named quite sensibly as the “Speed Update”, this is going to play a major role in helping to make Google even more involved with page rankings.
With so many people requesting that the feature be installed, this is now finished being tested and implemented. This landmark new feature will be one to use for any business wanting to use video to help advertise their products and services.
Since 2016, however, there has been a rather interesting quirk taking place across the Google platform: third-party reviews are appearing on the Knowledge Graph for local venues.
These latest changes are known merely as “Fred” to people – or the Maccabees Update. This major update is a massive part of the Google algorithm adjustments and will determine how SEO works for the long-term.