Contrary to hurting SEO, I've found that placing numbers next to headings can help SEO in some cases.
More specifically, if you have a numbered list of things, sometimes it can qualify your site for the "Numbered List Featured Snippet".
Here's an example of one of those snippets showing for my own site:
And the markup that it was generated from:
"It feels like I have spyware on my computer."
Oh, it's much worse than that. There is spyware on everything but your computer, probably.
Grapeshot is an Oracle service. Here are a few quotes from the crawler explanation page:
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The featured snippet in Google that Maximillian posted is a good example of where I would use numbered headings. Quick how-to guides, recipes, ranking, anything where the order of events actually matters.
In most cases it seems unnecessary with website content (your experience may vary) and it wouldn't make sense for Google to present the headings like that. ...
When I was starting out in SEO we had ten out of ten spots for a plumber search in a major metro. Honestly, I don't remember how we did it, and none of the stuff we did there would work now.
I am a little confused by your question. The entire point of a landing page is to rank for that keyword, deliver content, convert, more efficiently than the home page. ...
Yes - you can, and should, use this schema regardless of whether you have a Google My Business listing. (Although if you have a brick and mortar location, you should create a GMB listing too.)
Use this schema on your website's page for the business. If your whole website is dedicated to this location, you can put this on the home page. If you have different ...
That is interesting.
Am I right in thinking that at some point it really was stylized (but not abbreviated) as "POP Trading Company" and then it was changed to "Pop Trading Company" later?
There are multiple websites referring to the company by 3+ variations of its name, and they're not random spam sites either. The official Converse ...
Our company uses GSuite and we get the same issue when we send OTP emails that go to our 'catch-all' gmail address. When one of our devs tries the link in the email, they discover that it's already been used!
We may try to ...
If you are using the user agent to determine if www.example.com serves content or is redirected to m.example.com, then you should use Vary: User-Agent.