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Google Introduces Fact Checking in Search

Three years ago Google launched “Fact Checking” in order to enable more informed judgements about the information they encounter online. The new 2020 venture by Google intends to place power in the hands of journalists and webmasters when rating “truthfulness” of other claims. The Fact Check Search Engine. Fact Checking was implemented three years ago …

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ES6 Syntax and SEO

ECMAscript 6 is the latest JavaScript syntax form that improves your code readability, primarily by Search Engine crawlers such as Googlebot. Google’s ability to read JavaScript Search Engines have always struggled with the ability to interpret JavaScript. This originates from JavaScript’s dynamic attributes, allowing data on page to be changed and manipulated without information having …

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Structured Data Markup

Rich Snippets for Web Crawlers. What is Structured Data? Structured Data is additional information that is only viewable to Search Engine Crawlers, which help them better understand your website. Structured Data has enabled rich snippets. Thanks to Google’s Hummingbird Algorithm update, structured data became an extractable thing, rather than something that was just meant for …

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12 Black-hat Strategies Recognised By Google

Orthodox black-hat strategies that Google recognises and actively tries to protect against. What is black-hat SEO? Black hat SEO is a practice against search engine guidelines, used to get a site ranking higher in search results. These unethical tactics don’t solve for the searcher and often end in a penalty from search engines. Black hat …

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How has SEO changed?

How have the tides changed, and what were the impacts? SEO: Dependant on Search Engines SEO is completely dependant on Search Engines, like Google, Bing, and Yahoo. It’s a shame that the ranking algorithms can’t be given to us, because then we’d all be getting great results! However, that’s part of the charm, testing and …

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HTTP Response Codes

HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the language of website-to-website/server communication, and as such has created a series of “responses” that websites can issue servers or other websites. These commands are referred to as response codes that can indicate success, information, failures, or redirects. Search Engines gather response code information through their crawlers to create index …

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