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Google confirms March update was about Relevancy

Posted On June 29, 2018 by Furat Jarad

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 necessarily target websites that were low quality. Instead, it focused on content relevance. In other words, any website rankings that were affected by theRead More >

Google Chrome Will Mark Non-HTTPS Websites as Insecure

Posted On June 21, 2018 by Chain Reaction

Precursor to Subject Matter Starting from July 2018, Google Chrome will mark non-HTTPS websites as insecure. HTTP means Hypertext Transfer Protocol. The “S” at the end of “HTTPS” means “secure”. A website visitor will be confident that the visited website is the website that he or she intended to visit,Read More >
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Needed SEO tools for 2018

Posted On February 20, 2018 by Chain Reaction

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 having a dog, the thought of actually have them is great, bringing you fun and joy, but it requiresRead More >

The superhero tendencies of web analytics

Posted On January 31, 2018 by Chain Reaction

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 were a superhero movie, web analytics would be the Clark Kent in disguise. Web analytics is actually a great tool for a number of different servicesRead More >
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“User Localization Google Update” – User Location First

Posted On November 5, 2017 by Furat Jarad

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 always worked on a basis of website domains. For example, Google.ae or Google.co.uk These country domains indicate different results of that country’s searchRead More >
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What you need to know about Mobile First index!

Posted On August 23, 2017 by Furat Jarad

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 portable and available via your phone. This brings us to the question, how is Google utilizing this development? During the last years, Google engineersRead More >
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Here’s why everyone is going crazy over AMPs

Posted On July 11, 2017 by Mohammad Ghazawi

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 know what it actually is. AMP actually stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages, which is pretty much a HTML with more restrictions thatRead More >

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

Posted On March 2, 2016 by Chain Reaction

Here are tips from official Google Guidelines that help to implement “Pagination” attributes to solve duplicate content for websites especially news website   Implementing rel=”next” and rel=”prev” If you prefer option 3 (above) for your site, let’s get started! Let’s say you have content paginated into the URLs: http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=1 http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=2Read More >

How to optimize E-commerce Website for SEO

Posted On March 18, 2015 by Chain Reaction

Any online business can benefit from SEO. Try these simple tips and see your profits soar. Not only does globalization affect our communication methods, but also our purchasing habits, obligating business owners to search for a universal way to advertise and trade their goods and services. That is exactly howRead More >

Valuable Tips for Mobile SEO

Posted On July 25, 2013 by Chain Reaction

Google handles mobile sites in a slightly different manner than desktop pages. If you want optimal SEO results, combined with a great user experience for visitors on mobile devices, there are a few things that you must keep in mind. If you’re creating your mobile website from scratch, you mightRead More >