Google Webmaster Academy Gets An Upgrade

Mar 19, 2014 • 8:34 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Google Webmaster AcademyA couple years ago, Google launched Google Webmaster Academy that was aimed at helping newbies learn the ropes quickly with SEO and general Google webmaster questions.

Now, Google has updated the portal with a new flashy logo and new fresh content. You can access it at g.co/WebmasterAcademy.

Google updated the content, added new content and added three new sections:

  • Making a great site that’s valuable to your audience (Module 1)
  • Learning how Google sees and understands your site (Module 2)
  • Communicating with Google about your site (Module 3)

Google also quietly updated their new Help Center.

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Comments:

Michael Martinez

03/19/2014 02:01 pm

Sadly, they failed to take their own advice about creating good navigation.

Gracious Store

03/27/2014 04:07 am

Is it a given that any website that religiously follows the directions in these modules in designing and optimizing their sites will receive decent traffic from Google?

StefanDo

07/12/2014 08:24 am

All 3 modules give a well rounded basics. I was wondering if anyone try to do webmaster academy traffic experiment?

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