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Jan-Willem Bobbink
Cycling, Physics & Search engine lunatic - SEO with a focus on performance. Crossing continents by bike.
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Barry Adams 🧩 10h
I approve* of this list. *Not just because I'm on it but also because it's a pretty damn good list of SEO people to follow.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink 12h
Replying to @badams
Dynamic rendering by Google
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 16
Anders een Private Friends of Search editie erbij? :)
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 15
Replying to @Kevin_Indig
Links
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 14
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 13
If they do that, I think someone will hack the Googleplex :)
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 12
More than half of the world's population is now online, but that does not mean we all see the same thing
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 10
Replying to @robdwoods @joehall
It depends. Are there secondary internal link sources? But just adding noindex directives to all your archives types isn't preferable.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 10
Replying to @joehall
Ok, but this crawler behaviour was noticed before this video was recorded. And it makes total sense right? Why would they waste time on a page that they are not allowed to index?
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 10
Replying to @joehall
and access log analysis proofs it does have an impact on blog level. Make sure you indeed mininize, so choose one. Not open up categories and tags and whatever other taxonomies.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 10
Replying to @joehall
And lower crawling rates of the blogs mentioned within those archived pages?
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 10
Replying to @wilreynolds
Crawl websites -> extract structured data. Use Wikidata, eg. Use Word2Vec 'skip-gram with negative sampling'. A nice paper on word embedding for drug name recognition:
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 8
Front End Performance Checklist 2019
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 5
Replying to @dohertyjf
And what are the real user affecting metrics? You can have a 10s time to interactive result and still have a 90+ score in this Google tool.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 5
Fast indexing of your new website? Prerender, XML sitemaps and JS removal for bots ;)
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 4
Replying to @syndk8
Fair point, but benchmarking things like PageSpeed scores, SemRush & Moz & aHrefs metrics don't make sense. It creates a false sense of the real opportunities and challenges.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 4
Replying to @syndk8
What caused you to keep using arbitrary scoring tools like Google PageSpeed or crawlers that report the number of noindexed pages went up from 70 to 76%?
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 4
SEO - My 2019 best practice: stop using scoring tools, only use tools for data collection and measurements. Think for yourself!
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 4
Replying to @ChrisLDyson
Ask Spain about their Link Tax 😂
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 3
Yes, stop using scoring tools, only use tools for data collection and measurements. Think for yourself
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