Web Frameworks: SEO Mythbusting


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In this fifth episode of SEO Mythbusting, Martin Splitt (WebMaster Trends Analyst, Google) and his guest Jason Miller (Sr. Web Developer Programs Engineer, …

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  1. Citikliniken Labs
    Citikliniken Labs says:

    I do not understand why google should decide how I will use a button on a page. I want as a user that a button could take me to another page/content. For instance a button, when you click it takes you to a specific product. What did I miss here?

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  2. mountainash
    mountainash says:

    The myth I'd like busted is "are the guests on this series really this naive to SEO basics"? I'm hoping that it's just an act, else it's quite concerning that a popular library creator (https://preactjs.com) doesn't already know this. But it's not just Jason, some of the other guests [voluntary actors] are in reputable roles as well.

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  3. Ryan McCain
    Ryan McCain says:

    Thanks for these.

    1. The set looks like the hatch from Lost. Is anybody there pressing a button over and over again?

    2. Martin is insanely good at maintaining eye contact.

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  4. Jon Snow
    Jon Snow says:

    It would be great if you would add subtites to all your videos. Your content is very interesting, but automatic subtitles do not recognize many phrases correctly.

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  5. Marek P
    Marek P says:

    They should change the title from 'Mythbusting' to SEO For Web Developers. Thus far they haven't busted any SEO myths. All they do is give friendly advice on how to build an SEO friendly website. This is a prime example of why you should take whatever Google says with a big grain of salt. They preach create quality on-topic content and here they do the opposite, misleading headline to generate views and content that doesn't much it. They should get a top spot in the FAKE NEWS category. John Mueller"s webmasters hangouts are way better addressing SEO issues without a misleading title than this FAKE so called mythbusting channel.

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