Bing makes it easier for website owners to test their robots.txt for Bingbot and other spiders, while Googlebot starts crawling with Chrome 85.
Read how Apple may turn into a serious competitor for Google, while WordPress users can speed up their mobile pages with AMP 2.0, and Backlinko gives us a hint about human behavior in Google search.
Content creators can profit from a new handy feature, while Google emphasizes the role of Core Web Vitals, and Bing is treating user engagement as a ranking signal.
Two drastic changes to the SERPs occur in one week, while DuckDuckGo predicts a shift in the mobile search market, and a new plugin by Google helps Shopify stores improve their Core Web Vitals metrics.
Another week, another news juice. From handling the new WordPress Core XML sitemaps to the role of Google Search Quality raters, here’s what last week was all about in SEO.
Bing offers better functionalities with their new Webmaster Tools, while Google supports Web Stories, and GPT-3 threatens human-written content. Learn what’s new in the world of SEO!
Webmasters have a bit more time to prepare for the mobile-first indexing, while Bing launches WordPress plugin for automatic URL submission, and Twitter gets back to Google search after hack-related removal. Here are 5 five SEO news items you might have missed last week!