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Jan-Willem Bobbink
Cycling, Physics & Search engine lunatic - SEO with a focus on performance. Crossing continents by bike. 2018
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Philipp Kloeckner 15h
The semantic web, i.e. when you start leveraging the entity recognition webmasters have build for you thru structured data usage.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 13
Time to first bed dan weer niet
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 13
Technische SEO waar je geen ranking mee op schiet > 302 redirect > bier drinken
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 13
't gaat mij meer om interne links. Dus categorie pagina die additionele producten inlaadt op basis van scrolldepth
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 13
Replying to @Jaijal @mhoving and 9 others
Eta 1630
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 13
Replying to @mhoving @Jaijal and 9 others
Nu heb ik nog steeds geen lazy loading gone perfect examples Julian. Misschien m'n zorgen maar gewoon wegdrinken
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 13
60% of mobile connections worldwide are 2G (Chrome Dev Summit 2017) - Avg. mobile site loads 1.3mb -> Loading over 2G would take 2 minutes!
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 13
Replying to @dejanseo
It ranks means it shows up bold within the meta description. That's when you know for sure Google uses it for the specific query.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 13
Replying to @dejanseo
Current test I'm running it shows it ranks a full paragraph of text even if half of it is hidden. The second or third paragraph are not included in the ranking but just indexed. Next test is to see what happens if we remove </p> closing tags and just use <br /> instead
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 12
Replying to @Clayburn @SEOpub
WordPress is one of the most hacked platforms. People forget to update old versions and once security breaches are found, automated hacking will take place.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 12
Replying to @SEOpub
A3: anything can be hacked but it's always important to check certain security flaws individuals CMS have
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 12
A2: to much HTML, css and JavaScript bloat. Making it impossible to have fast loading pages
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 12
. sinds wanneer draagt een Google partnerschap bij aan organische vindbaarheid? Valse voorwendselen zijn strafbaar...
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 12
Replying to @gfiorelli1
💩 Ception
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 12
Replying to @TomDavenport
That's the least of your problems. Stealing your credit card data would be a bit more annoying :)
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 12
You mean content he copied from the real smart people in the industries? Yes, he is a smart copy machine!
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 12
Replying to @ThinkSEM @Moz and 4 others
Ahh Neil Patel, my favorite technical SEO ninja!
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 12
A5: follow designers / developers that don't tweet anything a out SEO. Be part of the JavaScript and communities.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Sep 12
Replying to @semrush
A4: Research if an app would do a better job than a mobile first website!
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Digital Olympus Sep 12
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