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SEO experiments

SEO experiments
June 5, 2018

JavaScript SEO surprise! Google DOES use JS-injected canonical tags.

At I/O 2018, Google announced that they didn't use canonical tags that can only be found in the rendered HTML and not in the HTML source document. Our test results suggest that this statement was not true.
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SEO experiments
December 14, 2017

More JavaScript SEO experiments with Google Tag Manager

Learn how to change title tags, meta descriptions, noindex, canonical tags and internal links with Google Tag Manager and how Google deals with these changes.
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SEO experiments
October 26, 2017

Machine learning for SEO – How to predict rankings with machine learning

Learn how we trained a machine learning algorithm to find keywords with high ranking potential by predicting positions after on-page optimisations.
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hreflang Google Tag Manager
SEO experiments
August 11, 2017

How to implement hreflang with Google Tag Manager

Have you ever wondered if you can implement hreflang with Google Tag Manager? This post explains how to do it in three easy steps.
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javascript-seo-test
SEO experiments
July 13, 2017

JavaScript SEO test: Does Google use pre- or post-DOM HTML for interpreting hreflang?

We wanted to know if Google uses pre- or post-DOM HTML for interpreting hreflang, so we did an experiment. See the surprising results here!
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