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Google Review Calculator

Business rating for Google is calculated by taking the average of all scores and showing that rating. So, if you’ve got 26 ratings, you’d add up all-stars earned for all 26 studies and divide the total number of stars by 26 (the number of reviews), which would give you your Google ranking. Example: There are 24 5-star ratings, one of which is a 2-star review, the other a 4-star review. This is 126 total Google stars.  Then you split the 26 studies into 126 leads, and your average review rating is 4.8.     Examples of W...
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January 29

Google’s Unexpected Ranking Fluctuation of January 2019

  Have you noticed a sudden fall or rise in your website’s Google ranking between the 6th and 9th of January? You’re not alone.   While checking the ranking...
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June 29

Google confirms March update was about Relevancy

  Precursor About Subject Matter On April 6, during a Google Webmaster Hangout, John Mueller from Google confirmed that the algorithm update on March 7 did not ...
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June 21

Google Chrome Will Mark Non-HTTPS Websites as Insecure

  Precursor to Subject Matter Starting from July 2018, Google Chrome will mark non-HTTPS websites as insecure. HTTP means Hypertext Transfer Protocol. The “S” a...
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February 20

Needed SEO tools for 2018

    We all know that SEO is important when dealing with a company, however, what a lot of people don’t know is how to maintain it – it’s the same deal with ...
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January 31

The superhero tendencies of web analytics

    Web analytics is something that is highly taken for granted, people know it’s important, but they’re not entirely aware of its capabilities. If this wer...
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November 5

“User Localization Google Update” – User Location First

  Google search is no longer dependent of country code top level domains (ccTLDs) for search results. Before the update: As most of us might know, Google has alw...
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August 23

What you need to know about Mobile First index!

    Mobiles are becoming the trend of today. People no longer only rely on their desktop for any form of access or program usage, everything is made portabl...
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July 11

Here’s why everyone is going crazy over AMPs

  Many of you might be wondering what exactly is AMP? This term has been tossed around a few times within the technological spectrum, however, not many seem to k...
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March 2

How to Implement Pagination rel=next & rel=prev for News Sites

  Here are tips from official Google Guidelines that help to implement “Pagination” attributes to solve duplicate content for websites especially news websi...
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