• Transitioning Google URL Shortener to Firebase Dynamic Links

    We launched the Google URL Shortener back in 2009 as a way to help people more easily share links and measure traffic online. Since then, many popular URL shortening services have emerged and the ways people find content on the Internet have also changed dramatically, from primarily desktop webpages to apps, mobile devices, home assistants, and more. To refocus our efforts, we’re turning down support for goo.gl over the coming weeks and replacing it with Firebase Dynamic Links (FDL). FDLs are smart URLs that allow you to send existing and potential users to any location within an iOS, Android or web app. We’re […]
  • AMP Websites and Web Presence Optimization

      AMP WEBSITES On Google’s blog, Google announced in its blog that AMP pages now appear in mobile search results. What is AMP? The AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) task is an open-source activity expecting to enhance the execution of the versatile web; it was propelled by Google, last October. AMP strips out the greater part of the components which cause website pages to stack slower on cell phones. For instance, Java Scripts, pointless navigational elements, and a considerable measure of customary promotions; HTTPS is obligatory for AMP pages. [quads id=1]   On February, 24th, Google declared: AMP pages will […]
  • Google Explains How Search Console Reports Works

    Why are the reports in the Google Search Console delayed?     Sometimes the reports from the Google Search Console reporting get delayed and this article is to talk about how it works. One reason for the delay is because of idleness from crawling to reporting and per-URL crawling rates contrast. With respect to the totaled reports in Search Console, there are two-time parts incorporated that one ought to think about: Inactivity from crawling to reporting, it takes a couple of days and sometimes a week for Search Console to show information after it has been crawled. Different procedures […]
  • Google deals with 65% of the 35,000 user-generated spam reports a month

        Google prevents most spam from reaching its users. But if an unwanted message makes it through, it can be reported as spam.  And quite a lot of times, some users report spam now and then.  The rate of these reports has grown so high that Big G has to take action on them as often as they come in. Google’s Juan Felipe Rincon, however, shares statistics on how many spam reports Google receives from users and how serious they take these reports. And how often they act on them. It is a known fact that spams are […]
  • Attention! Removed Ads From The Search Results Page Can Affect Your Adwords Budget!

      Google recently removed text ads from the right-hand side of search results. Simultaneously, we will now be able to see four ads to show just above the organic results. Although this is only on a slight percentage of highly commercially relevant queries. The ads that appear below the results are unaffected by this change With those ads below this results, we can now have a maximum of seven text ads. Showing at the same time, on a single page. This is a decrease from 11 ads which used to be there when you include the ones that showed […]