Public Liaison for Search, Danny Sullivan, recently released an article explaining the process of implementing changes to the Google Algorithms. Providing an in-depth overview of how changes reflect in search gives us a further understanding of how these updates roll out for every query.
Aside from podcasts showing up in the SERPs, Google I/O has another good news for SEOs around the world. They’re finally adding a Page Speed Report in Google Search Console. This is an awesome addition to the constantly improving features of Google Search Console and can definitely improve our lives as SEOs.
Google’s search tools are not only some of the most reliable SEO tools around, but they are also free to use, allowing users to be able to monitor traffic, conduct keyword research, and manage their business’s online presence without having to pay for a fee to access premium features.
Google has updated their review feature on Google My Business once more. This time, the update now prevents former employees from posting negative reviews about the companies that once employed them. The reason for this change is because of the new guidelines, which sees these kinds of reviews as conflict of interest.
I understand. It’s really tough to keep yourself updated with all the clutter, truths, myths, and ultimately, crap content out there on the web. So here’s the little ingredient we use at SEO Hacker to keep ourselves updated with the latest in the industry.
Okay so I posted an entry last night (14 hours ago) about SEO Philippines. The post was entitled ‘SEO Philippines‘ and had a good number of ‘SEO Philippines’ keyphrase inside the body of the content. I did this mainly for three reasons:
- I was experimenting on how high I can rank for the term SEO Philippines
- I wanted to contribute to the Philippine SEO Community
- I wanted to let my readers know about great Filipino SEO specialists out there