Back in March, Google re-launched the Webmaster Academy for English webmasters, which was essentially a roadmap – albiet a fairly basic one – of what webmasters should be doing to rank well in Google. It must have proven to be a hit, as they have updated it to include the academy in 22 languages.
While it is likely there is nothing new, I am sure it won’t stop some webmasters from going through their language-specific version of the webmaster academy to double check incase any useful (but currently unconfirmed) tidbit of information managed to slip through.
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