Category: News

We present you news from the world of SEO, SEM and online marketing. Find out what are the latest trends and what changes in search engine world, what news await you in Google Ads and what is happening in the Google Algorithm Zoo.

Yoast SEO Is Adopting IndexNow

Yoast SEO Is Adopting IndexNow

Yoast SEO is going to adopt the IndexNow protocol despite being reluctant at first. What changed? Does it mean that IndexNow is the future? Keep reading to find out!

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Google Multilingual Title Algorithm Update

Google Multilingual Title Algorithm Update

May algorithm update got another improvement just a few days ago. This time it’s about multilingual website titles, which Google has found a whole new way to handle. What exactly has changed? Keep reading to find out!

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Google Core Algorithm Update – May 2022

Google Core Algorithm Update – May 2022

It’s already a tradition that we write about the core algorithm update in May or June. Google releases a broad core update several times a year. Check out what it might mean for your website, is there anything to be afraid of?

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JavaScript & SEO – A New Perspective

JavaScript & SEO – A New Perspective

Lately, a lot has been said about the influence of JavaScript on the website position in the SERPs. Even though Google robots have made visible progress in processing this type of page, their performance still leaves much to be desired. Recently, we’ve learned some new information about the topic. Want to know more? Keep reading!

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Will Google Write Meta Description for You?

Will Google Write Meta Description for You?

Since January, Google Docs has been able to generate content summaries. For the time being, the functionality is available only for business customers who use Google Workspace in English. Could this feature allow you to create blog post meta descriptions quickly and effectively?

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Universal Analytics Will Be Going Away in 2023

Universal Analytics Will Be Going Away in 2023

Google Analytics as we know it will be going away on July 1, 2023, and will be replaced by Google Analytics 4. What does this mean? Is it worth switching to GA4 right now? And what about data we have been collecting all these years, will it all be lost?

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