Pinterest is using the subdomain method of internationalization.
Let's take a look:
tr.example.com <-- Subdomain Method
Despite Google saying that they rank subdomains more or less the same as subdirectories/folders, SEOs still debate it.
Strong opinions on this likely come from success after implementing it, which most likely has nothing to do with the ...
Unless I have misunderstood something, the example in that guide only deals with 1 particular subpage https://example.org/article
Structured data for paywalled content needs to be done on a page-by-page basis, yes.
this way of specifying structure data seems to only apply for actual articles
According to the resource you linked, this structured data is ...
Google says in their flexible sampling documentation:
Enclose paywalled content with structured data in order to help Google differentiate paywalled content from the practice of cloaking, where the content served to Googlebot is different from the content served to users.
If you are using structured data to tell how the content is limited for users, then ...
From the articles that I have read(including your mentioned link), Google is against fingerprint tracking for data privacy or advertising purposes. I don't think your customer view limit is data that is prohibited for fingerprinting. So it should not affect Google's search ranking.
As far as I know, most web securities/firewalls like Cloudflare use browser ...
From your mentioned old blog says:
You can use the rich snippets testing tool to test the markup of
our page and see an illustration of what the search result would look
I tried Movie schema and the result is:
Page is eligible for rich results
But when I tried MusicRecording schema and the result is:
Page not eligible for rich results known by ...
Search engines do not like "search result pages" in their search results. They tend to push better pages out of the top 10 results, and create a bad user experience overall, since the user is NOT taken to the item they want, but must now scroll down through another search results page to find the item they want.
As such, it is best to exclude ...
Search engines do not like to index so-called "infinite spaces". You should use robots.txt to block search engines from crawling your internal search results pages. You can block them by using a robots.txt directive like this:
or this, if appropriate:
Make sure you let Google index (don't block) your single ...
If you open the kebab menu (the three vertical dots on the SERP) you will see that none of your pages have been cached yet by Google. You say that your website was only recently indexed; Google needs time in order to cache your pages and properly generate snippet descriptions.
The solution is to wait for Google to catch up. Give it a week or so and the ...
You've grown a longer tail. That is, your keyword search-ranking distribution has grown a longer tail. For some reason, Google has thrown your url onto the 4th, 5th, 6th, etc. result pages on some keywords where previously you were unranked.
Imagine the keyword "spelunk." A week ago you were ranked #200 on "spelunk" and got zero ...
This doesn't depend on structured data. Google automatically defines important content and shows this in snippets. You can influence this, but no warranty, that your content will be shown like this. I know two popular ways to increase chances put main content into extended snippets:
Use tables with <table> tag
Use lists with <ul> tag
These are ...