Category: SEO

  • Webmaster rolls out new Search Console

    Webmaster rolls out new Search Console

    This has been coming for quite some time. Google Webmaster is slowly rolling out an update to the Search Console. The new search console is a much cleaner interface with most of the reports and insights hidden under multiple layers. The Dashboard The new Search Console dashboard is much more simpler now, with just three […]

  • 18 months down the line, what has Google AMP really achieved

    In early 2016, Google launched Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) for publishers who wanted to have their content loaded in a flash on mobile devices at a much faster rate. At the point of writing this article, 65% of all traffic in Asia (and this is higher for developer countries) is on the mobile. A bulk […]

  • Data anomalies in Search Console

    In the past 5-6 years or so, a lot of online businesses, especially the ones who are hungry for growth have relied on organic traffic as one of their key sources. Now growth could mean an increase in pure numbers (traffic, sessions, users) … or it could mean an increase in more tangible business parameters […]

  • Game Theory and SEO

    Game Theory and SEO

    This blog has been my place to articulate my thoughts, to propose experiments and my views on multiple topics. Having said that, this is one such piece. I would love to hear your views about this and feel free to scroll down to that comment box and leave a line (or two). What is Game […]

  • Google, GoDaddy and the HTTPS Conundrum

    I like to stay active on this blog, and I love the constant tinkering on WordPress (right from identifying which plugins to install to customizing the theme). This is one of the main reasons I am able to blog on a regularish basis. Obviously, since it’s a content driven site, the bulk of my traffic comes […]

  • Google Webmaster Tools says No to Flash

    Google Webmaster Tools says No to Flash

    Every day I make it a point to go through the Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools data of this blog. The reason I do this is because daily monitoring the site’s data helps me quickly spot interesting usage behaviors in the site.

  • Food for Thought: Part V

    Food for Thought: Part V

    Ever since Google Reader was shunted, I haven’t been able to settle on a RSS reader. I did try out multiple other services and I am currently using Digg’s reader. Not having a good RSS software kind of puts a huge impediment on one’s reading, and this is probably my excuse for not posting more […]