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  • The new "More Results" button on Google Search for Mobile Users
    Google officially releases “More results” button on mobile search Google officially releases “More results” button on mobile search

    Google officially releases “More results” button on mobile search

Google officially releases “More results” button on mobile search

It’s a fact that most of us spend more time on our mobile phones rather than our desktop computers and laptops. Google is surely aware of that and thus; the leading firm announced that it officially released a feature it has been testing for months – that is the new “More Results” button for mobile searchers on Google.com. A great UX update for Google Mobile Search At Josoor, we really like the new feature and we believe it will definitely make the search experience on Google’s search engine easier, more convenient and less confusing. Weren’t you ever in situation where you spent sometime searching for something on your smart phone and while you’re navigating through the SERP (Search Engine Results Page); your fat fingers couldn’t tap the page number you really want? It happened to all of us! And here is Google’s response to that. Couldn’t the button be colored? Maybe it’s just us, but there is a consensus among our digital marketing team here in Josoor Internet Marketing ‘s Cairo office in Egypt that although we understand that Google has a strict rule for simplicity in design with focus on functionality; yet we feel like that the new button is a bit hard to recognize amidst the different blue, grey and black text that could be seen on Google’s search results pages. What about coloring the new “More Results” button using any of Google’s brand colors? Do you agree with us? Whether Google listened to our suggestion or not, it won’t shake our belief that Google Search has been making lives easier for more than 15 years! If you have any inquiries on how to improve your website’s ranking on Google’s mobile search results; please contact us and we’ll get in touch with you shortly!  

By |April 15th, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Google officially releases “More results” button on mobile search
  • Google Search Algorithm
    Don’t panic if your website’s ranking dropped on Google Don’t panic if your website’s ranking dropped on Google

    Don’t panic if your website’s ranking dropped on Google

Don’t panic if your website’s ranking dropped on Google

Several times every year, Google run updates to its Search Algorithm with minor – and sometimes major – enhancements to improve the search experience for its users. Over the past week, our SEO Team witnessed sudden changes in ours and our clients’ websites, which come as no surprise to SEO specialists. And the good part is that Google didn’t leave everyone in darkness for long, as it has confirmed that a “broad core algorithm update” was run recently and that it impacted the rankings of some of the websites that are indexed on Google Search.  On its official account on Twitter, Google tweeted that there is nothing webmasters and websites owners can do to “undo” the impacts caused by the latest algorithm update. Most importantly, Google stressed that if your website enjoyed a purge in or a boost in its ranking; this doesn’t mean that you did something specially good or bad recently; alternatively; it’s just Google who changed the way it regards websites and accordingly changed their rankings in the light of this fresh update. Below, we’re quoting Google’s tweet on the subject: Each day, Google usually releases one or more changes designed to improve our results. Some are focused around specific improvements. Some are broad changes. Last week, we released a broad core algorithm update. We do these routinely several times per year. As with any update, some sites may note drops or gains. There’s nothing wrong with pages that may now perform less well. Instead, it’s that changes to our systems are benefiting pages that were previously under-rewarded. There’s no “fix” for pages that may perform less well other than to remain focused on building great content. Over time, it may be that your content may rise relative to other pages. So, whether your website witnessed a rise or a fall, relax. It is […]

By |March 18th, 2018|Blog, News|Comments Off on Don’t panic if your website’s ranking dropped on Google
  • SERP Websites Location Example
    If your website lacks a location, add yours immediately! If your website lacks a location, add yours immediately!

    If your website lacks a location, add yours immediately!

If your website lacks a location, add yours immediately!

Despite the significant rise of Social Media; Google’s Search traffic is still undeniably a main source of online traffic for any website in the modern days. Losing your Google traffic can be a disaster to your business, depending on your business model – of course. Why are we stressing on such a known fact?  Well, it’s because, last December; Google announced that websites that lack locations, or choose to hide their location; would no longer be listed on SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages). Meaning? If your website does not have a location listed on it, you should immediately add one to avoid being affected by Google’s latest update. Bottom line, at least, mention your website’s country of origin. It goes without saying that you should not by all means use a location where you do not have presence, as many websites on the internet use this trick to trap users into thinking that they are credited and trustworthy by – for example – falsely claiming that they are a US-based company… etc. This recent update from Google is definitely something we would happily back and support at Josoor Internet Marketing. Do you have an inquiry about your website’s SEO? Contact us and one of our experts will get in touch with you shortly.

By |January 8th, 2018|Blog, News|Comments Off on If your website lacks a location, add yours immediately!