The most important discussions and opinions about SEO

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In addition to experience, testing, and a lot of observation, SEO means being aware of new changes from Google and search engines in general. I follow Twitter accounts, blogs, Quora posts, Facebook groups, and forums about SEO and in this article, I will keep you updated with the most important information that matters from an SEO point of view.

I also recommend you to see the article The most important SEO News with the latest news about Search Engine Optimization, Most important Google Algorithm Updates & Changes, things you need to consider.

Google: category name or topic name in your URL slug has zero impact on your rankings – December 9th, 2021

Google’s John Mueller said on Twitter that putting the category name or topic name in your URL slug has zero impact on your rankings. See the full discussion here.

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Personally, I don’t believe this one bit, but anyway it’s a good thing to add from the perspective of user experience, so that the visitor can more easily identify where he is on the site.

Google: Forum Links Do Not Work For SEO – Jul 16 2021

In response to the Reddit thread question, “Is Forum Posting Still Work As Link Building Method in SEO?” Google’s John Mueller said “NO.”

My opinion is that it doesn’t help you as a link in the profile page if it has nothing to do with the topic, on the contrary, I noticed that it hurts sometimes, but a link in a topic related to the website content helps. I had positions on keywords that increased mainly due to the links in 3-4 forum posts, but which were related to the topic of the site. In fact, those forums were in the first pages of results for those keywords.

Also, big sites receive a large proportion of links from forums, links to product pages, so if you want to grow a site, in addition to advertorials, to have a natural profile you also need links from forum topics.

But I repeat, no links in the user’s profile page that are not related to the content of the site.

Google: will Ignore PDFs For Core Web Vitals & Mobile-Friendlessness – Jul 15 2021

Yeah, we essentially ignore PDFs when it comes to Core Web Vitals & mobile-friendliness. Sometimes they show up in the reports, but there’s no need to do anything specific with them.

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So if You have PDFs on your site, you don’t have to worry about the core web vitals scores or if they are mobile-friendly.

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