Google's John Mueller said on Reddit that higher page count "means nothing" for ranking higher in Google. He said, in fact, he has seen case studies from the SEO community where reducing the number of pages results in overall better rankings in Google search. But the number of pages on your site is not a specific ranking factor in Google.John wrote:A higher page count means nothing (otherwise everyone would have an infinite calendar on their site, or heck, two.) There's (still) no magical ranking factor that results in a site ranking better if it has more pages indexed. If anything, anecdotally from conference presentations & talking with folks, large sites that reduce the number of indexed pages end up ranking better (usually from cutting out cruft, merging similar content,...
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has not attracted too much attention of the German courts yet. Apart from a decision of the Lüneburg Administrative Court concerning CCTV and a decision of the Cologne Higher Regional Court concerning the rights and obligations of photographers, there has not been really relevant case-law during the GDPR’s first 100 days. The supposed flood of frivolous lawsuits has failed to appear. The Frankfurt Higher Regional Court has recently decided on a lawsuit brought against a search engine operator. The plaintiff had sued the US based search engine operator for the removal of search results presenting and linking allegedly objectionable content on certain internet pages. The court jumped at this opportunity to provide guidance on the scope and ap
Back when I started blogging, I always employed the best means to get people to read my posts. I wasn’t after big numbers then, just a mere 100 views per day would have been okay for me. But hey, I never got those numbers. This frustration of not getting enough views on my articles got me to search for possible means to get traffic to my blog. At the time, I experimented mainly with Facebook Adverts. However, it didn’t take me long to realise that it was not very sustainable. The thing with paid traffic is that when you stop paying, traffic ceases to come in and that’s especially very bad if you are not using your traffic to sell goods or services as in the case of ecommerce. Someway somehow, I came across SEO. I don’t really remember my first contact with SEO, but I do know that I c
If you’ve ever wondered how to get your business noticed on the Internet, this seminar is for you. PASO ROBLES, Calif. (PRWEB) June 20, 2018 Access Publishing is hosting a complimentary Google Seminar to help local businesses and organizations improve their online marketing presence. Beth Brennan, an online marketing expert with Access Publishing, will talk about SEO – Search Engine Optimization. The hour-long seminar is on July 11 at 10 a.m. at North San Luis County Association of Realtors, 1101 Riverside Ave #A, Paso Robles. Register online at Access Publishing or call (805) 226-9890.