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2022年3月07日
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Pure SEO’s Auckland Headquarters has moved to 35-37 Kawana Street, Northcote, Auckland – effective July 9, 2018. Our entire team of digital experts is excited to be working in a bigger, two-level building as we continue to help businesses achieve online success. The new Pure SEO Auckland headquarters not only signifies a better office space (although the upstairs kitchen is a total upgrade) – it also represents our continued growth as New Zealand’s most awarded digital marketing agency. Plenty of time and energy went into “The Big Move”, and we’re excited to share our journey with you. Read on to take a closer look at Pure SEO Auckland’s World of Digital. So how’d we get here? The new Pure SEO Auckland HQ has been in the Philippines Photo Editor works for a total of nine months. Design plans were completed in September last year, and demolition work started three months later in December – you can guess how the work went over the holidays. (The answer is: it didn’t really) We’ll skip the logistics of the move, only because it’s a distant, haunting memory we’d rather not get into right now. The Vision When it came to the overall vision for the office, the theme mattered less than what we could do with the available space. Ashley Williams, Pure SEO Operations and HR Manager, said: “We wanted to be able to connect with each other, and still have somewhere to go if we needed to break away from our desks.”
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2022年3月07日
In Wellness Forum
Here at Pure SEO Auckland, we’ve heard that Google has been trialling new varieties of search result snippets for a few months now. Frequently Asked Questions, Questions & Answers, and How-Tos will allow webmasters to display their content to searchers in new ways, and provide more information to searchers on what they are likely to find from a result – before they even click on it. What Is Schema Markup? Schema.org Markup – usually just referred to as Schema – is a library of tags you can add to your HTML. Schema enhances the link that a search engine delivers when your webpage is referenced as a result. This could be star ratings for recipes, publication dates for articles, or other user-focussed information that exists to customise search results – the goal is to deliver information that can be easily understood at a glance. Schema is an ongoing collaboration between Google, Bing, Yahoo! and Yandex, to encourage webmasters in providing data a search engine can use when translating content for a more user-friendly experience. FAQ, Q&A, and How-Tos on the Search Results The new formats which Google showcased are fairly straight-forward: Q&A brings up variations on the searched question Photo Editing Services and their respective answers for users to browse. FAQ brings up related, frequently asked questions – most likely when a user asks something of a specific brand or product. Finally, How-To displays collapsible step-by-step guides for a user when they ask for instructions. Google has already integrated new methods for displaying the most relevant answers in forum threads or other discussions to match a search query, including the most upvoted area on a site it has been drawn from. It seems like the plan is to surface information in a similar manner for FAQ and How-To content. Getting Ahead of the Game It’s worth mentioning that the Schema.org website already has this new markup available. Google plans to open an interest form to webmasters soon, to give them a chance to properly implement the markup formats, but the opportunity to integrate them into your HTML ahead of time is already here!
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