Tag Archives: search

Google Instant Launch Event

>>STRICKER: Good morning. Hi. Wow, you like that entertainment. Goodness. I’m Gabriel Stricker, Director of Global Communications and Public Affairs at Google. I just have a couple of quick housekeeping items to go through before we begin. First, is everyone able to access the Wi-Fi in here? I’m actually–I’m getting some yes and no. So,… Read More »

How to Add Google Search in a WordPress Site

Hey guys, welcome to WPBeginner and thanks for watching. In this video we’re gonna cover how to add Google search to your WordPress website. If you have a lot of information and you want to make it easier for your readers to find what they’re looking for then adding Google search for your website is… Read More »

Search Console explained (and why you need it)| Search for Beginners Ep 6

Imagine a service where you can check any aspect of your website’s activity in Google Search…for free! You could find out how many users visit your site from Google Search, which queries bring people to your websites or how your website appears on Google Search. Well, there’s good news! This service already exists, and it’s… Read More »

Google I/O Keynote (Google I/O ’17)

علاقة محرك البحث جوجل مع الـ SEO

How Google search engine works Search Engine “A program designed to search for information stored over the Internet “Searches are automatically displayed in a list by keywords by relevance Searches and analysis of web pages are performed by computer programs called   Web crawlers programs What are web crawlers? A computer program that crawls and… Read More »

You Ask, I Answer: Do Keywords Still Matter in an AI SEO World?

Christopher Penn: In today’s episode, Shane asks, with the changes that Goo le is made to its algorithm. Is there st ll any validity to having a list of eywords and tracking how they are rank ng? Do keyword still have a place in the SEO process? This is good question because a lot of… Read More »

Where can I learn more about the science of search engines?

Today’s question comes from Cardiff, UK. Tristan Perry asks, “Hi Matt. What resources– textbooks, online PDFs, et cetera– would you recommend to people interested in learning more about LSI, semantic indexing, search engine algorithms, et cetera?” That’s a really fun question. I think one of the things I would do is I would hunt down… Read More »