Google has improved the experience in Search Central and picks up users individually depending on their level of knowledge. Those interested can find tips for their SEO there.
Who better to give tips on how to rank well on Google than Google itself? The company has released a new, interactive SEO checklist. This collects solid tips on what you can improve at your side. The tips are aimed at business owners, marketers, developers or SEOs. Based on the role, Google presents a series of first steps. If you select Business Owner, Google will, for example, redirect you to the points “How Google Search Works”, “Start Guide to Search Engine Optimization”, “Introduction to Indexing”, “Setting Up Company Information on Google” and “Introduction to Search Console” . For advanced users, Google has collected tips on crawling, user friendliness and APIs.
Learning Paths for Beginners: Indoor and Advanced
So everyone, regardless of what level of knowledge they currently have, will find an entry point and suitable resources for themselves. This also includes case studies and the latest news about Google Search. In order to create the “Learning Paths”, as Google calls them, the company analyzed where users enter the site and what they are looking for. in the Blogpost explains Google:
To build the learning paths, we analyzed our audience and noticed that users who land on our homepage are looking to get a head start or to generally learn more (as opposed to users who land on deep URLs with specific questions). With this interactive learning path, we hope that new users—ranging from SEOs, digital marketers, business owners—can now explore content on Google Search Central in a more streamlined and structured way.
Those interested can read the tips in der Google Search Central look at.
Source: OnlineMarketing.de by onlinemarketing.de.
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