Tag: Googles

Google’s latest gadget that helps you learn more about your sleep to get a better night’s rest

(KTLA) – Google’s latest Nest Hub smart display can analyze your sleep and help you get a better night’s rest – all without wearing any sort of tracker. I’ve been sleeping with it near my bedside and I now know more about my sleep than ever before.

“We were kind of astounded actually with how many people were struggling with sleep,” started Ashton Udall, a Google product manager with Nest.

The Nest Hub 2nd generation, as it’s officially called, is very similar to the company’s first smart display – it can handle all of your typical smart home

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How Google’s Page Experience Update Announcement Can Benefit Search Engine Optimization

By Seth Rand, Co-Founder and CEO of Wizard Digital Marketing.

For many years Google has been advising site owners to prioritize user experience (UX) in order to benefit search engine optimization (SEO) rankings, but now five key signals are being officially announced to amass in Google’s page experience update, launching May 2021.

This new algorithm of lumping together experience-level factors comes with new implications and considerations. There are some practical steps that you can follow to take advantage of Google’s new algorithm’s effect on page rankings to stay on the top. 

What Is Included In Google’s New Page

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Google’s John Mueller Answers Rapid Fire SEO Questions

Google’s John Mueller answers a mixed bag of SEO questions in rapid fire style in the latest video on the Google Search Central channel.

This video is the latest installment in the Ask Googlebot (formerly “Ask Google Webmasters”) series where members of Google’s search advocacy team answer questions submitted by site owners.

Previous editions of Ask Googlebot have focused on answering one question per video. But not every SEO question needs a four minute video in order to give

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Google’s John Mueller Stresses Importance of E-A-T For YMYL Websites

Search Advocate John Mueller stresses that Google is most concerned with expertise, authoritativeness, and trustworthiness (E-A-T) when ranking content that deals with health & finance.

This topic is discussed at length during the Google Search Central SEO hangout recorded on March 26.

Ritu Nagarkoti, who does SEO for a medical ecommerce site, asks Mueller for advice on tactics that can be used to increase traffic and visibility.

Mueller says a medical ecommerce store likely falls into the category of a YMYL (your money your life) site, which Google holds to a higher standard than other types of sites.

Following SEO

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Google’s Family Link can help you manage your child’s phone use: How to use it?

Google’s Family Link is an easy-to-use application allowing parents to set rules for their children to use devices like smartphones and tablets. It ensures that children grow in a healthy environment gaining useful knowledge while blocking inappropriate online content.

Who needs Google Family Link?

Nowadays, children have as much access to gadgets like smartphones and tablets as an adult. Most schools have curriculums in which children have to submit homework and assignments through a portal or mobile application. Besides, the COVID-19 pandemic has led tasks like lectures and assessments to be carried out solely online on the internet.

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Google’s John Mueller Debunks Myth That Shorter Domains Are Better For SEO Ranking

What makes for a better SEO (Search Engine Optimization) ranking on Google? Many eCommerce websites or businesses who advertise digitally have been working around on all the ways to rank better on Google’s search engine. One of these is to have a shorter domain name for websites. However, Google’s search advocate John Mueller comes out online to debunk the myth.

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URL/Domain Length Not A Factor in Google SEO Ranking

As reported by SeRoundtable, John Mueller has expressed his sentiments on Twitter by saying that contrary to popular belief, having a short

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