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What's on your radar today? Keep my fingers crossed for this digest.

So today go for a catch from the top down to find: a guide to content optimization for voice search, a brief overview of HTML headers to dub beginners to SEOhood, and a guide to multilingual website optimization.

P.S. Thanks a million to those who pinged me about a broken link in the last read. Guys, you're awesome.
Voice SEO: How to Optimize Content for Voice Search
As more and more people enter their search queries with hands-free approach, you need to make sure that your content is optimized to be recognized by voice search and not end up on the last page of search results.
Explore Voice SEO
How to Use HTML Headers for Better SEO Performance
People rarely read online – they're far more likely to scan than read word for word. With this in mind, use HTML headers to structure the content of the page. The entire blanket of the text split into logical parts is perceived easily by both users and search robots.
How to Optimize Multilingual Website for Local Search
If you have several versions of the same page in different languages with different URLs, you need to use the hreflang attribute to tell the search engine about it. Regularly check them with Netpeak Spider to see if nothing slipped through the cracks.
Netpeak Spider & Checker can assuage all your SEO pains. Contact our specialists – they will be thrilled to show you useful and non-obvious features precisely for your day-to-day tasks.
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FYI
The Need for Speed, 23 Years Later
In spite of an increase in Internet speed, webpage speeds have not improved over time. For the past 10 years, Httparchive.org has recorded page load times for 6 million popular websites. The results are not encouraging: for webpages visited from a desktop computer, the median load time hasn't improved. Today's websites aren't that much faster than they were 10 years ago.
The May 2020 Google Core Update – 4 Case Studies
Glenn Gabe covers four case studies that provide some valuable lessons about core updates, about the need for continual monitoring and improvement. Above all, the cases emphasize the complexity of Google's broad core updates.
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