SEO is always evolving, and 2018 has been no different. 2019 is sure to bring new changes and trends to watch - what can we expect from SEO in 2019?
Voice search has long been heralded as the next big thing that will disrupt how SEO works, and how we optimise our sites to rank. However, conversational AI in the form of virtual assistants and chatbots is likely to be …
Google announced a while ago that Chrome would begin alerting users when visiting a website that was unsecured and still on HTTP rather than HTTPS in July 2018 - and that time has come.
This is to help advertisers and marketers connect with potential customers, and allow businesses to make simpler decisions when it comes to choosing the correct Google products for what they are looking for.
Google has confirmed that they have shortened the search results snippets. This comes just 5 months after it previously increased the length of search results snippets.
Google has officially confirmed rumours they it recently updated the search algorithm. Some websites reported an improvement in rankings, while others have seen very little change, and some negative changes.
After a year and a half of tests, Google has begun migrating sites that follow best practices to the mobile-first index.
At PubCon, a webmaster conference, Gary Illyes of Google made the official announcement that Google would be rolling more websites into the mobile-first index within the next few weeks.
The search engine results pages have seen a significant shift since around mid-December 2017, and Google has confirmed that it was indeed down to algorithm updates.
A lot has happened in 2017, both good and bad. And in such a turbulent year for the world, the top Google search queries were always going to be interesting.