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October 18, 2019 16:34

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.tech gTLD startups “raise $2 billion”

Tech startups using domain names in the .tech gTLD have raised $2 billion in venture capital financing over the last two years, according to Radix. The registry looked at startups listed on Crunchbase as of June and found 650 companies using .tech domains. Of these, 170 of them had raised $2 billion in funding. About […]

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How Google lost part of the search index!

Most of the time, Google’s search engine runs properly but in April 2019 many different issues appeared at about the same time. “Our teams work hard to prevent technical issues that could affect our users who are searching the web, or webmasters whose sites we index and serve to users. Similarly, the underlying systems that […]

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Warning: beware of new fake GoDaddy app

GoDaddy, the most popular and biggest domain name registrar in the world, is once again the target of scammers and possibly hackers. There is a new fake android app on Google Play called “GoDaddy Dashboard : Website, Domain Name, Email”. This app was not created by GoDaddy but from a company called Million Solutions LLP […]

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Google makes Mobile-First indexing the default for new domains

Google announced that it is making Mobile-First indexing the default for all new domains. Over the years since announcing mobile-first indexing – Google’s crawling of the web using a smartphone Googlebot – Google’s analysis has shown that new websites are generally ready for this method of crawling. So mobile-first indexing will be enabled by default […]

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Google announces “domain properties” in Search Console

Google recommends verifying all versions of a website — http, https, www, and non-www — in order to get the most comprehensive view of your site in Google Search Console. Unfortunately, many separate listings can make it hard for webmasters to understand the full picture of how Google “sees” their domain as a whole. To […]

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Google introduces reCAPTCHA v3 to fight spam

Google introduces reCAPTCHA v3 that is a new version that detects abusive traffic on your website without user friction. It returns a score for each request you send to reCAPTCHA and gives you more flexibility to fight against spam and abuse in your own way. The newest API helps you detect abusive traffic on your […]

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Every new website on AdSense now needs to be verified

Every new website on AdSense will now need to be verified according to Google’s new quality efforts. Google wants to improve quality in AdSense and make it more attractive to advertisers which in turn leads to better outcomes for their partners. What’s changing? Before you can show ads on a new site, you now have […]

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MMX will integrate .luxe with Ethereum

Minds + Machines Group Limited (AIM: MMX) announced that it has entered into an exclusive agreement that will enable Ethereum’s Ethereum Name Service (“ENS”) to be integrated into the services marketed by registrars to consumers in MMX’s, soon to be launched top-level domain, .luxe. The  ICANN-approved .luxe extension is set to shortly enter its pre-launch […]

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Google rolling out mobile-first search indexing

Google announced that after a year and a half of experimentation and testing, they have started migrating sites that follow the best practices for mobile-first indexing. To recap, Google crawling, indexing, and ranking systems has typically used the desktop version of a page’s content, which may cause issues for mobile searchers when that version is […]

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Google is enabling publishers to show non-personalised ads

Over the past year Google has been preparing to meet the requirements of the GDPR, the new data protection law coming into force on 25 May 2018. The GDPR affects European and non-European businesses using online advertising and measurement solutions when their sites and apps are accessed by users in the European Economic Area (EEA). […]

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