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Google Search Console, formerly is Google Webmasters is a free service offered by Google that helps you monitor and maintain your site's presence in Google Search results. You don't have to sign up for Search Console for your site to be included in Google's search results, but doing so can help you understand how Google views your site… Show Full Article»

Image uploaded to the Blog is stored at Google Album Archive . We can manage setting or delete our image content from there. To manage Video uploaded to our Blogs, we can go to Settings and then Other, Under "Import & back up," find "Videos from our blog" and click Manage your videos as the Blog admin, or at Settings and … Show Full Article»

Breadcrumb trail or A breadcrumb is an element frequently used as a navigational aid in programs, even website or blogs. It allows users to keep track of and maintain their awareness of locations within programs, documents, or websites, or blogs. In a website, Breadcrumbs typically appear horizontally across the top of a Web page, often below … Show Full Article»

Minification refers to the method of removing unnecessary or redundant data while not affecting how the resource is processed by the browser - e.g. code comments and data formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names, and so on. When it comes to generating a page or running a script, internet browsers aren’t concern… Show Full Article»

Search engines will have a tough time understanding the content on our blogs. This can be wherever structured data is very important and comes into play. Structured data allows search engines to not only crawl our website, but to really understand the content on our blogs by generating rich snippets, that area unit pieces of information which wi… Show Full Article»

In General term, the featured image is images that are will be displayed only at our post summary. Its not visible by a visitor if he visits a post which has featured image, but we can call it to appear on a widget like a thumbnail, or a popular post with thumbnail by calling his data tag. Blogger does not have any command or expression to let u… Show Full Article»

GDPR which stand for General Data Protection Regulation. It's data protection law in the EU, which comes into force from May 2018. In short, GDPR states if a website collects or stores personal data related to an EU (europe) citizen, we must comply with the following: Tell the user who you are, why you collect the data, and how long it wil… Show Full Article»

When visiting a secure web page (i.e., using HTTPS), our connection is encrypted with SSL . If the HTTPS page also includes content retrieved from a regular HTTP connection, the connection is only partially encrypted. This called a web page with mixed content. If our website delivers HTTPS pages, all active mixed content delivered via HTTP on th… Show Full Article»

A custom domain is a branded unique name that identifies a blog or website. For example, Blogger Book’s custom domain is Custom domain is also known as vanity URL, appear in the address bar of every browser. We use them every day to navigate around the web; you probably have many of your favorites webs memorized or bookmarked. When we… Show Full Article»

Meta Tags are one among the most basic components of SEO. It's a must knowledge for every blogger. They been a big part in search engine history. They were valued as an element in search engine rankings before – until people started abusing their use in getting on top of the SERPs. After that, Google opted meta tags out of the ranking fact… Show Full Article»

Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is the secure version of protocol, the protocol over which information is shipped between your browser and the web site that you just are connected to. The 'S' at the end of HTTPS stands for 'Secure'. It means that all communications between your browser and the web site are encrypted. … Show Full Article»

SERP (Search Engine Results Page) is a web page generated by the search engine as a response to a user request. In simple words, this is when we want to find some information and write the related keyword phrase and the search engine we use, gives a feedback in the form of a page with the results found. These results are those links with the d… Show Full Article»

In the SEO world, crawling means following your links and “crawling” around your website. When bots come to your website (any page), they follow other linked pages also on your website. This is one reason why we create site maps, as they contain all of the links in our blog and bots can use them to look deeply into a website. Show Full Article»
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