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I don't see any negatives to setting up your articles so they appear in Google News. Yes, you only appear in the 'news' searches for a certain amount of time, but obviously that's how it works, timely results – but it doesn't stop your stories appearing in the normal search results. You can see an example here. I have made a search for hreflang tags and in ...


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Google recommend using the Schema.org Article Markup for "in-depth articles" and the same should apply to news. Schema.org even state that the Article schema is for: An article, such as a news article or piece of investigative report. Newspapers and magazines have articles of many different types and this is intended to cover them all. If you make sure ...


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Here is the official advice from Google about getting images included in Google news: Use standard image formats, like JPEG, and standard filename extensions, like .jpg or .jpeg. Make sure that your images are fairly large in size, at least 60 pixels by 60 pixels. Use images that have reasonable aspect ratios. Ensure that your images are inline. Ensure that ...


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I'm very confused as to the structure of your site, based on Inspect Element. It appears that different sections of your site, such as the sidebars, footers, comments, and other stories sections are strangely mixed together - this may be what is confusing Google as well. (The following is based on the link you posted that was edited out of your original ...


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This Google support page says there are multiple reasons this might happen: Use standard image formats, like JPEG, and standard filename extensions, like .jpg or .jpeg. Make sure that your images are fairly large in size, at least 60 pixels by 60 pixels. Use images that have reasonable aspect ratios. Ensure that your images are inline. Ensure that your ...


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Yes, Google is very strict. It's hard to get listed. If you only have a blog then just say you are a blog. There are guidelines and content policies available in the news publisher center I'm being vetted at the moment


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Auto-linking content is possible and there are sites out there that already do this. As for doing it in Drupal it can be done but this is outside the scope of webmastering and is getting more into programming as you would have to create a custom plugin for Drupal. How it is done, how text which should be linked and where it should link to is more a business ...


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Your brand's website is not at the top in normal searches of your brand, either. A brand's social media outranking a brand's own website often means that the website is very new and/or has very few backlinks and reputation. I would recommend working on your SEO to bring your site to the top of the SERPs for "techcarving" (preferably with sitelinks), then ...


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These are labels: Sometimes, label application is informed by publisher selection of appropriate tags in the Google News Publisher Center, or by the application of tags in HTML markup. We continually add new labels to help users understand and select the content they want to read. Labels not listed below are applied algorithmically. If you use Google News ...


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I remember this happened to me in like 2015. Here is the link that I had to visit in the Google News Publisher Center: https://partnerdash.google.com/partnerdash/d/news#p:id=pfehome


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If you take a look at the linked schema.org page firstly you see that the ClaimReview schema is pending which means that it may be up for change as it develops and they are still finalising examples but at the bottom it provides an example json-ld block which can be embedded in your page head. The page also provides a description of what each tag means ...


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If you have navigation and/or footer with many links, it could be the cause of error alert too. Try to markup navigation, footer and article with html5. Another thing: HTML source page can be up to 256KB


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Here is a link from Moz explaining how to do this for Shopping, though it should work the same way for news: https://moz.com/ugc/tracking-google-shopping-traffic-with-google-analytics-14244 The difference will be Field B -> Extract B, which you'll want to set as: (\?|&)tbm=nws Then change the Output to -> Constructor: Campaign Source to "google news" ...


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You don't need to post anything in a different section. As long as your .htaccess file isn't blocking webcrawlers, bing and google will add it to news. If it is a blog, you might want to tag it "news", like you mentioned. Then exporting it to the news sitemap would be highly recommended, yes. But you don't need to reorganize logic or have a separate section ...


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This page gives instructions and guidelines for meeting Google News requirements, then at the bottom there is a link saying "submit your site for inclusion!" https://support.google.com/news/publisher/answer/40787?hl=en&ref_topic=2484652


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Is google alert the most complete system so that we can expect that the results from news, blog search, youtube feed Yes, it is. If you get a hit on your chosen keywords/phrases in News, Video, Images, Blogs, Web, etc. you will get an alert on it. Furthermore, the alert will be subdivided by the above categories to make it extremely obviously where the ...


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There have been instances where Google has detected a blog as a news feed and provides access to it through Google News. When this happens you will see referrer traffic showing up from news.google.com and when the actual indexing of your content happens you will see pageviews showing up as news.google.com as the news crawler indexes the news articles in your ...


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