Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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The June 22/23, 2020 Google update gave a big boost to many government websites

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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Were you affected by a Google Update or Covid-19? Tips for making sense of your data

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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An early look at how Coronavirus is affecting website traffic globally

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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January 2020 Core Update

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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The November 8, 2019 Google Update may have been a link related update

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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Q&A with Gary IIlyes – Pubcon Vegas 2019

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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Does disavowing links work in 2019? Here are some case studies.

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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Review of the Expert’s Guide to SEO

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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Why did MHC join the Wix SEO contest?

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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The June 3, 2019 Core Quality Update was a big one

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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What can Google’s Updated QRG tell us about quality in 2019?

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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Disavowing in 2019 and beyond – the latest info on link auditing

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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E-A-T confirmed by Google to be an important part of their algorithms

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Thoroughly understanding user intent – the next big thing for SEO

Recently, Google shared some exciting upcoming changes to search with us in their SearchOn event. They also released an updated version of the Quality Raters’ Guidelines (QRG). It is clear to us that Google is working hard on doing a better job of satisfying user intent. In this article, Marie Haynes breaks down the recent changes to Google's Quality Raters' Guidelines and how to understand user intent.

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Core Web Vitals – What you need to know

In ep.134 of our newsletter we reported that Google has made changes to the speed report in Google Search Console. The change means that the speed report is now called the “Core Web Vitals” report, and draws data from the new Web Vitals engine released by Google on May 5th, 2020.  The GSC report looks […]

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An intensive analysis of the May 2020 Google Core Update by MHC

On May 4, 2020, Google announced that they were releasing a core quality update. So far, this is shaping up to be an update with widespread effects, possibly even more impactful than the August 1, 2018 Medic update. In this article we will share our observations on what we are seeing with sites that have either improved or declined significantly with this core update.

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