Posts Tagged “Google”

What Do We Know About The Current Google Algorithm?

Posted on November 7th, 2017 by Neil Cumins

Search engines are notoriously hard to analyze or report on. There are implausible variations in market share statistics, and fierce disagreements about the merits of privacy-oriented engines like DuckDuckGo. Also, despite the claims made by digital marketing agencies, nobody outside Google and Microsoft fully knows how search engines order their results. There is even greater…

Google AMP Pages Controversy

Posted on July 21st, 2017 by Guest Blogger

From the user’s point of view, anything that makes navigating the internet a faster and more seamless experience is a win. Such is the rational basis for AMP pages—or the accelerated mobile pages – offered in Google search results, which are commonly used to display news articles from other publishers. However, what’s good for the…

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