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Christian Oliveira
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Tehcnical SEO Consultant
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Whether you have already implemented #AMP or not, you have probably heard of lot of assumptions about the project and its performance that may or not be true. In this article, I explain they 5 most common ones. #seo #mobile
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Después de un viaje largo probablemente nos dolerá más el mundo, nos asfixiará más la rutina, etiquetaremos más dramillas como "problemas del primer mundo". Aquí, una guía de Lucía de +algo que recordar  para ayudarnos a sobrevivir sin morir en el intento a una vuelta tan complicada como necesaria. http://algoquerecordar.com/utilidades-la-vuelta-claves-sobrevivir/
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Mi review de la beta de Google Trips!
Aquí nuestra review de Google Trips! La app para organizar tu viaje que va camino de convertirse en una de nuestras imprescindibles

http://randomtrip.es/google-trips-la-app-organizar-viajes/
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Más formatos en SERPs para medios
Earlier this year, we announced that users would start seeing carousels with news content on the Search results page, powered by structured data markup that publishers implement. Today, we’re launching a new form of publisher carousels, specifically for live blogs. We’ve worked with a group of partners over the last couple months to launch this experience, including The Guardian, Washington Post, The Telegraph and platform provider ScribbleLive.

Starting today, we are making the markup that powers these live blog carousels publicly available. So, if you’re a publisher interested in improving the way that users find your content in Google Search, head over to g.co/LiveBlogMarkup to learn more. And if you’re interested in learning about other ways Google Search can help you drive acquisition and engagement for your app and web properties, visit g.co/DeveloperSearch.
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"Ghost" URLs: As you may already know, Googlebot tries to crawl anything he finds in javascript that looks like a URL. This is common for example if you use Virtual Pageviews in GA (google will try to crawl the URL you define there), or if you customize the URL in the trackPageView GA method. 

What +John Mueller said about this is that those 404 errors doesn't affect your rankings and that you don't need to worry about that:

https://plus.google.com/+JohnMueller/posts/RMjFPCSs5fm
https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/1154698

But, if you have a big website (1.000.000 URLs), and you have 2 different "ghost" urls in each of your pages, wouldn't that be a waste of time for Googlebot? (2.000.000 extra URLs to try to crawl). Shouldn't we block those URLs in the robots.txt file, as we know those URLs are "useless" for Googlebot?

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Molan los sparks para seguir y estar al día de temas/keywords:

https://plus.google.com/sparks/interests/turismo%20rural

Como un Google Alerts en tiempo real o algo así no?
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Totally true :D
Problem: The initial users of #Google+ are tech geeks. First adopters of #Facebook were the girls in your class you wanted to hang out with.
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Nice!
A few Google+ tips:
- You can click on profile pictures to rotate through them. Nice find by +MG Siegler on that one.
- In the stream, you can click 'j' to navigate down to the next item or 'k' to navigate up. I think it's the same keys that Gmail uses, which is probably in turn because +Paul Buchheit uses vi and created Gmail. :)
- If you're sharing a post with a small circle of people, you can prevent resharing. Click the arrow at the top-right of the post and choose "Disable reshare."
- If you're looking for more fun things in your stream, the "Incoming" stream is stuff from people who are sharing with you, but who you haven't added to a circle.
- One great one from +Frederic Lardinois is that "there is some basic text formatting, too: (*)bold(*), (_)italics(_) and (-)strike-through(-) are the ones I've noticed so far."

What are your favorite Google+ tips?
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