Combining international and multilingual SEO can get complicated. Contributor Marcus Miller walks us through the details of using International SEO tactics and multi-language content on global websites. The post SEO for multi-language websites: How to speak your customers’ language appeared… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
In Google’s latest SEO snippets video series, Google’s John Mueller talked about non-English URLs and SEO. The post Google: Using non-English URLs for non-English websites is fine appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
The court held that Google can’t be held liable before being notified of a ‘clearly recognizable violation’ of individual rights. The post German court: Google has no ‘duty to inspect’ websites for illegal content before displaying appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
As the gap in connection speeds between developed and developing nations continues to widen, columnist Alexis Sanders argues that brands can use Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) to address this gap. The post AMP: A case for websites serving developing countries appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
Chatbots, artificial intelligence, machine learning and virtual and augmented reality may be all the rage in digital experience, but websites and email remain the most common points of engagement between consumers and businesses. That’s at least one of the findings in Marketo’s “The State of Engagement” report (registration required). Continue reading…
Atlanta-based FullStory — a Google-Ventures backed data analytics platform — yesterday unveiled Rage Grade, a new tool designed to help users identify and analyze what areas of their websites and apps are generating the greatest visitor frustration. Rage Grade builds 55-employee FullStory’s Rage Clicks feature, which was unveiled in 2015. Continue reading…
Facebook has announced another News Feed algorithm update – this time focused on reducing the reach of slow-loading sites.