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site:your-domain search

Simple use of an advanced Google search. Extend the use of Site: command (Google site search) beyond All Google results and Google in general.

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How to Audit Core Web Vitals Using an SEO Spider

Simple and easy guide on how to perform Core Web Vitals check on multiple pages using Screaming Frog SEO Spider with Page Speed Insights API

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Technical SEO for multi-regional and multilingual websites

Websites which offer different content to users in different languages, countries, or regions, can have optimized Google Search Results.

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Why are Google Core Vitals so Important?

Nowadays, it is very trendy for everyone to write about Core Web Vitals. The posts are usually more or less the same, full of new terms, but they repeat what the official statement says. Here you can see a brief and slightly different opinion.

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A quick and easy way to find the right FAQs

According to Neil Patel, the FAQ schema can help your site rank higher in less than 30 minutes. Here’s an easy way to find quickly the right questions.

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Get Videos on Google with Schema Markup. Easy How-To Guide

Better Search Visibility with Video Schema Markup. Easy How-To Video Structured Data Step by Step Implementation. Simple Video Structured Data Code Snippet Template.

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What is Alt Text? Is it important? Requirements and how to test it

The next post is about Alt Text. It contains some widely known information, but it also covers specific cases where there are crawling difficulties or how to handle the accessibility problems in case you have background images.

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Internal site search results and Google indexing

So, what to do? Should we disallow the website internal search results to be indexed by Google and how to do that?
The short answer is “Yes” and either of the following easy options could be used:
• Disallowing the crawlers access in robots.txt
• Preventing from indexing using a meta tag