It looks like Google may be changing the name of their app indexing protocol from Google App Indexing to Firebase App Indexing.Last night, I captured screen shots of Google changing the Google search developer page from saying Google App Indexing to Firebase App Indexing.But it seems Google changed it back this morning to just App Indexing.Yes, Firebase is a company Google acquired back in October 2014.So it is possible Google would renamed their mobile efforts Firebase and bring App Indexing into that.They also announced more features around this that we covered over here.
Google is testing a real-time indexing API.In a talk Thursday at Google I/O, Google s Richard Gingras said the purpose is to give trusted publishers a way to send Google their content immediately, without Google having any delay in discovering that content.Google can then surface that content to searchers immediately, in real time, without any delay.Here is a photo of Gingras announcing it:Google plans on releasing a beta more widely in the upcoming months, but until then, we won t hear much about this new API.Google does have a live carousel, which shows live real-time coverage, but this seems different.Here is a photo of what real-time results look like with the API:About The Author
Google published on the developer site information about the search live coverage carousel, which lets publishers feed Google breaking content in real time that is related to live sports, elections and breaking news.This does seem directly related to the real-time indexing API announcement made at Google I/O in May by Richard Gingras.This search live coverage carousel is a pilot that Google is opening up to select publishers.Publishers can apply by filling out this form over here.It allows Google to surface content more quickly than is currently possible with a standard crawl on your website.Google said content that makes sense for this live coverage carousel includes live sports, elections, and breaking news and can include live blogs, full length articles, videos and more.
p How to know if google or bing has indexed a website?Small ideas about how I do things.
Top 6 Content Analytics Tools Content contributes to web indexing To keep an eye for the whole web, search engines use programs called web crawlers (sometimes also called web spiders). These robots conduct indexing with the help of algorithmic factors that are set by the search engine company and kept in their robotic minds. However, do not be obsessed with the quantity of a content instead of focusing on its quality. By adding keywords to your content, be it an article or posting, you increase the chances to be detected by your target audience that is looking for information somehow related to your service or product. In turn, the usage of appropriate to the topic keywords helps search engines like Google to identify your resource as a spot where users can satisfy certain needs. If you consider the biggest competitors in your niche, you will see that they have hundreds of thousands of pages that were indexed by Google or other search engines.
At the end of 2018, Google said mobile-first indexing — that is, using a website’s mobile version to index its pages — was being used for over half the web pages in Google search results.Today, Google announced that mobile-first indexing will now be the default for all new web domains as of July 1, 2019.That means that when a new website is registered it will be crawled by Google’s smartphone Googlebot, and its mobile-friendly content will be used to index its pages, as well as to understand the site’s structured data and to show snippets from the site in Google’s search results, when relevant.The mobile-first indexing initiative has come a long way since Google first announced its plans back in 2016.In December 2017, Google began to roll out mobile-first indexing to a small handful of sites, but didn’t specify which ones were in this early test group.Last March, mobile-indexing began to roll out on a broader scale.
Mobile-First Indexing by default is the new way of things at Google Search.This won’t come as a surprise to those that’ve been watching the throne – Google’s been headed toward this day for a long time.Today is when the official Googlebot army begins indexing new webpages with a mobile-first approach.Mobile-first indexing is set to be default for Google Search results on all “new, previously unknown to Google Search” websites starting July 1st, 2019.For all websites already in play – your day is coming soon enough.Google searchers around the world will not see immediate changes.
However, over past couple of decades while Usenet groups have become less of a focus for internet users they still remain very active.Luckily, NZB indexing websites provide an easy way to search for information buried in newsgroups, by apply NZB file formats, which are similar to XML files.Additionally, do be aware that some providers charge a monthly fee for access to the information you need to search through.If you can get in before the door closes, signing up will give you a free account which allows five downloads a day and 200 days retention, but no API hits.Lists of ‘Top downloads for the last 24 hours’ show you what's available in audio, video or other categories.The interface looks much like every other web search tool you've ever used.
Google is having indexing issues today, meaning that some new content across the internet is not showing up in search results.A look at the Top Stories in Google News, for example, shows that while some of the stories are from the last couple hours, many are from yesterday.Search Engine Land first reported on the issues.The company confirmed at 4:28AM ET that it was seeing reports of indexing issues, and later added that it was seeing “issues in the URL Inspection tool within Search Console.” Google said that the URL issue was fixed as of 11:41AM ET, but it hasn’t provided an update on indexing.Google is constantly crawling, or indexing, the web to find new content to show users when they search on a topic.When Google experiences problems with indexing, like it is today, search results won’t be as up-to-the-moment as users expect from the search giant.
If your Google search results are seeming a bit stale today, you're not alone.Google announced early Thursday morning that it was experiencing indexing issues on its search service, which affects new content from appearing in search results.Similar indexing issues plagued the search giant earlier this year, as one in particular in April lasted for nearly an entire week.Google said the issue impacted "some sites," though it did specify further on the scale of the problem.At the time of writing this article, searching the name of major publications like the Washington Post and New York Times in Google News, the freshest articles returned are at least four hours old.Some, on the first page of results, are from the prior day.
US digital ad spend up 18% YoY, new IAB report saysDigital advertising expenditures in the U.S. increased by 18 percent year-over-over from the first quarter of 2018, hitting $28.4 billion, with paid search comprising some 40%, according to new report data from the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB).B2B Buyers Prefer Email, But That’s Only One Of Their Demands, Study Finds41 percent of B2B buyers consider email as their preferred channel, with some 57 percent preferring quotes to come via the channel, while 33 percent choose vendors based on reference reviews, according to newly-released survey data.Report: Instagram Story ad share doubles while overall ad growth levels outInstagram Story ad spending doubled from 9 percent to 18 percent year-over-year from the second quarter of 2018, reaching levels that are now similar to those of Facebook, according to newly-released report data from Kenshoo.
Before start the discussion about Way to Index a New Website in Google first i want to clear the concept of Crawling and Indexing.Always Google discovers new website pages by crawling the web, and then they add those pages to their record.In this blog, i am going to discuss about way to index a new website in Google search results.There are few simple steps which help you to know how to index a new site on Google easily.Get the code.You will want to use the HTML tag under the Alternative MethodRobots.txt file give the instruction to search engine spiders to which file or page crawl or not of your websites.
Open-source database darling PostgreSQL emitted a new version of its eponymous database last night with more nods to standard SQL and a performance boost.The performance of adding data to partitioned tables via INSERT and COPY has also been improved, as well as the critical addition of the ability to attach a new partition to a table without blocking queries.Other indexing performance bumps from lower overheads in write-ahead log generation and the enabling of Just-in-time compilation by default should speed up the execution of expressions in WHERE.The feature isn't new – it was introduced back in 2018's PostgreSQL 11 – but was left turned off by default.What is new, however, and will have many administrators jumping for joy, is the arrival of REINDEX CONCURRENTLY, which can rebuild an index without blocking writes to the table.Compatibility with SQL standards has also received a nod in the release with "generated columns" derived from other columns and a "stored" version, which will stash the computed version on disk.
Google has announced that it will stop indexing Flash content in Search as the internet prepares to bid a (not so fond) farewell to the multimedia software platform next year.“In web pages that contain Flash content, Google Search will ignore the Flash content,” said Google engineering manager Dong-Hwi Lee in a blog post.“Google Search will stop indexing standalone SWF files.”It is no secret that Adobe Flash is well and truly on its way out — two years ago, a consortium of internet companies (including Adobe itself) committed to killing Flash by 2020.Preceding that, Steve Jobs’ famous Thoughts on Flash letter from 2010 helped set the wheels in motion for the proprietary software’s eventual demise, with the Apple cofounder citing numerous reasons why his company’s hardware would not support Flash, including performance on mobile and poor security.For more than a decade now, internet companies have been diminishing their support for Flash while simultaneously increasing support for HTML5, with major browsers such as Chrome now blocking all Flash content by default.
As the internet prepares to finally bid farewell to Adobe Flash next year, Google has announced that it will stop indexing Flash content in its search engine.In a blog post, the company's engineering manager Dong-Whi Lee explained that Google Search will no longer index SWF files, saying:“Google Search will stop supporting Flash later this year.In Web pages that contain Flash content, Google Search will ignore the Flash content.Google Search will stop indexing standalone SWF files.Most users and websites won't see any impact from this change.”
Website owners can now probably breathe a sigh of relief now that Google is holding off on another one of its web-breaking changes. The search giant has been aggressively pushing for new systems and standards to make the Web safe and more accessible on any device, but those changes don’t happen just by magic. They require site owners and developers … Continue reading
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99% of the mobile-indexing URLs are restored and 55% of the canonical URLs are restored. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
This feature should be back in the upcoming weeks while Google makes infrastructure changes. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
Google will begin passage based indexing later this year for English languages. It is a ranking change, not an indexing change. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.