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Donna 'SnowWrite' Snow 💚#techseo 15 Jun 18
Need clarification on something for the recent discussions about WebLight.. do we now have 3 possible scenarios for parsing pages on mobile.. standard, AMP & WebLight based on network speed? transcoded (WebLight) vs non-transcoded?
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Cindy Krum 15 Jun 18
Honestly, my guess is that Google is somehow creating article IDs now - so the links and urls don't/won't matter soon....
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Cindy Krum 15 Jun 18
Look at the Chrome feed- Articles are associated with an Entity/topic & they open in Windowed-Chrome too, on a Google-hosted url. If Google can create canonical entity IDs, they can do article IDs too. If Google hosts it, they can choose how it is presented & get engagement data.
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Donna 'SnowWrite' Snow 💚#techseo 15 Jun 18
Does it make sense to block WL .. and do we know what that would do for ranking? IE if we get "some" 2g impressions but in an area that may not be our market.. will blocking WL slow down the canonical entity ID's? IE if we don't want Google to get to our data heh :D
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🍌 John 🍌
Web Light doesn't change rankings, it's purely a way of making your content more accessible to folks with lower-end devices & connections. You can check the impressions & clicks for it in Search Console now if you want to decide based on that :)
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Donna 'SnowWrite' Snow 💚#techseo 15 Jun 18
Replying to @JohnMu @Suzzicks and 2 others
yep that's why I'm asking the question to get a better grasp on the whole thing. thank you :) I've been playing with the new filter in SC -- lightbulb was dim but it's getting brighter :D
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