From the HTTPS protocol to a publisher's domain name all the way to the (lack of a) trailing slash, every part of a webpage's URL plays a role.
Hi Barry, many thanks for your splendid work with the News SEO newsletter. Would you please elaborate a bit about why the meta <title> is so low in your importance ranking? Thanks in advance!
This is an amzing read, Thank you for your time.
Hi Barry, I am planning to create a query parameter based structure on my blog. Example - www.example.com/fixed_news_page.html?id=2539152849
id parameter will change, the rest will be the same. I know its bad, I need to know will it be taken in Google News?
Amazing article, Barry. If I have 2 site maps on my site, one for main site and one for news and submit both to GSC, how will google know whether an article I publish is for the news site map or if it’s for the main one? We publish several articles a week, both news and evergreen guides.
Hi Barry! Thank you for this article, super helpful! I have a question about changing URL's structure: if I change a standard of article URL, for example: www.example.com/sports/last-news/2020/11/22/article-title.html to www.example.com/sports/2020/11/22/article-title.html, and don't change the legacy, starting publishing in this new way now, but I don't change like the section /sports/ itself or even /sports/last-news/, do you think it could mess the way Google sees our structure? Thank you =)
Hi Thanks for shearing this google news its my website https"//devquiretimes.com and its about news how to add this website in google news list