Rel Attribute

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Rel Attribute A link relation is an attribute that tells the relationship between the source and destination resources. This attribute is attached to a hyperlink to define the type of the provided link. Rel is short for a relation that specifies the relation between the tag and href whereas, href […]

UGC Links

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UGC Links Last year on September 10, 2019, Google announced UGC for user-generated content means random people adding links to a website’s content. This announcement by Google has shaken the SEO industry. UGC is an acronym for “user-generated content”. The UGC links attribute looks something like this: Rel=”ugc” You can […]

Do-Follow and No-Follow

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Do-Follow In simple terms, Do Follow is the default state for a link. It means any link without any no-follow attribute is the dofollow link. Do Follow links are introduced in 2005 by Google, are an HTML attribute that reduces the search engine spam, allow search bots to follow the […]

Facebook Creator Studio

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Facebook Creator Studio Facebook Creator Studio is a multiple social media account management tools provided by Facebook itself. It makes easy for Digital Creators and other social media users to easily post on Facebook & Instagram simultaneously instead of posting individually on both the platforms. Not only this, Facebook creator […]

Next Gen Formats

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Next Gen Formats Next Generation image formats like JPEG2000, JPEG XR & WebP having better compression and less data consumption are being considered for a SEO friendly website.Serve Images in Next Gen Formats has become one of the major criteria for Google Page Speed Insights.  WebP image stands for Website […]

First Input Delay

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First Input Delay First Input Delay (FID), developed by Google to measure the time from a user first interacts with your website. FID is typically quick and fairly simple to implement. It accurately measures the time from clicking a link, taps on a button, or use a custom, Javascript powered […]

Cumulative Layout Shift

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Cummulative Layout Shift (CLS) Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) is a core web vitals metric, measures singnificance of unexpected layout shifts on a page. CLS is a web peformance metric that helps you understand the delightfulness of the user experience.  CLS is a relatvely new metric that measures or calculates the […]

Largest Contentful Paint

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Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) is a new page load metric for your website that helps you measure how fast your webpage takes to load. It is one of the most important user-centric metrics for measuring perceived load speed. It is a high-level metric on Google page […]

Private Blog Network

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PBNs – Private Blog Network Private Blog Network or Perosnal Blog Network refers to creating multiple blogs sites such that all are interlinked or pointing to one domain in some or the other way. This works best for Black Hat SEO as individual sites of PBNs have already gained Seo […]

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Core Web Vital Issue

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Core Web Vitals Assessment Issue Google Update for Improved Site Speed and Better User Experience Core Web Vitals Issue – Google Update for Improved Site Speed and Better User Experience Core Web Vitals Assessment is a major Google Update to enhance the user experience by evaluating website page speed based on […]

UI – User Interface

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UI – User Interface UI- User Interface, refers to the design created for look and feel. User Interface (or UI) has become one of the most creative, innovative, and dramatic fields in tech. Technically, UI design or User Interface design refers to the aesthetic design of all visual elements of […]

UX – User Experience

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UX – User Experience UX – User Experience, refers to the design created for better user experience than look and feel.  User experience (abbreviated as UX) is the process where design team plans, combine market research, product development, strategy, branding, and design to create seamless user experiences for products, services, […]

Schema Markup

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Schema Markup Schema markup is an SEO term that makes it effortless for search engines to parse and interpret the relevant information on your web pages more efficiently. In other words, Schema markup is a code (semantic vocabulary) that you put on your website, with the purpose of helping the […]

CPV

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CPV Definition: Cost-Per-View, or CPV, is a method of charging for video advertisements based on the number of views or interactions an ad receives. CPV advertising opportunities provide a platform for ecommerce merchants to connect with their relevant audience, making them a worthwhile consideration for brands looking to expand awareness.

Google BERT Algorithm

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Google BERT Algorithm Google BERT stands for Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers and is an update to the core search algorithm aimed at improving the language understanding capabilities of Google. BERT is one of the biggest updates that Google has made since RankBrain in 2015 and has proven successful in […]