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2 12, 2022

Twitter Now Puts Recommended Tweets In Everyone’s Feeds

2022-12-02T07:42:06+11:00December 2nd, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Matt G. Southern - Twitter is expanding recommended tweets to all users, including people who managed to avoid them until now. In an announcement, the company states: “We want to ensure everyone on Twitter sees the best content on the platform, so we’re expanding recommendations to all users, including those who may not have seen them in the [...]

2 12, 2022

LinkedIn’s New Focused Inbox Surfaces More Relevant Messages

2022-12-02T12:47:16+11:00December 2nd, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Matt G. Southern - LinkedIn is upgrading its messaging experience with a new ‘Focused Inbox,’ which aims to cut down on spam and surface more relevant messages. The next time you login to LinkedIn and open your inbox you’ll see a notification inviting you to “Try Focused Inbox.” Credit: LinkedIn Clicking on the button shown above will automatically [...]

2 12, 2022

Google Updates Display & Video 360 Account Level Suspension Policies

2022-12-02T02:32:06+11:00December 2nd, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Brooke Osmundson - Throughout the year, Google has made numerous updates and clarifications to its disapproval policies. These updates have mostly revolved around providing more context to advertisers on the nature of ad disapprovals. Earlier this year, Google updated its ad destination policy, unavailable video policy, and 3-strike rule. To round out the year, Google is updating its [...]

1 12, 2022

8 Creative Real Estate Marketing Ideas And Examples

2022-12-01T21:27:07+11:00December 1st, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Atul Jindal - Sixty percent of realtors search for leads daily. There are more than 3 million active real estate licenses in the U.S. These numbers paint a clear picture of how the real estate industry is: competitive and difficult to survive in. In this situation, you need solid real estate marketing strategies in place to drive lead [...]

1 12, 2022

Google Answers If Splitting A Long Article Could Result In Thin Content

2022-12-01T14:53:24+11:00December 1st, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - In a Google Search Office Hours video, Googler Lizzi Sassman answered a question about thin content, clarifying a common misperception about what thin content really is. Thin Content The word thin means lacking thickness or width. So when we hear the term “thin content” it’s not uncommon to think of thin content as a webpage [...]

1 12, 2022

Links Have Less Impact Today Than In The Past

2022-12-01T11:04:10+11:00December 1st, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - In a Google SEO office hours video, a Googler answered a question about backlinks and rankings and offered the interesting fact that backlinks have less impact as a ranking signal than it used to in the past. Backlinks Ranking Signal Links and anchor text signals made Google a better search engine than the competition when [...]

1 12, 2022

Google Shares New Info About Vulnerabilities Found In Chrome

2022-12-01T06:12:07+11:00December 1st, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Matt G. Southern - Google security researchers are sharing new information about vulnerabilities detected in Chrome, Firefox, and Windows. In a blog post, Google and Threat Analysis Group (TAG) detail steps taken since discovering a commercial spyware operation with ties to Variston IT. Based in Barcelona, Spain, Variston IT claims to provide custom security solutions. However, the company [...]

30 11, 2022

Ex-Googler Answers Why Google Search is Getting Worse

2022-12-01T01:07:07+11:00November 30th, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - An ex-Googler named Marissa Mayer appeared on the Freakonomics podcast to discuss the topic of whether Google is getting worse. Mayer suggested that asking why Google Search is getting worse is the wrong question. Her explanation of what is wrong turns the spotlight back on the web itself. Why Marissa Mayer’s Opinion Matters Marissa Mayer [...]

30 11, 2022

Google: HTTP/3 Doesn’t Impact SEO

2022-11-30T14:48:26+11:00November 30th, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Matt G. Southern - Google Search Advocate John Mueller debunks a theory that the faster speed of HTTP/3 can directly impact a website’s SEO. This topic is addressed during the November 2022 edition of Google’s SEO office-hours Q&A session. Joined by the Google Search Relations team, Muller answers the following question: Could the use of HTTP/3 improve SEO [...]

30 11, 2022

Google is More Hesitant To Send Users Out Into The Web

2022-11-30T14:47:06+11:00November 30th, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - Ex-Googler Marissa Mayer in a podcast on the topic of why Google search is so bad explained that it wasn’t Google that was bad it was the Internet. Then she opined that one of the reasons for keeping users on Google is because the web isn’t always a good experience. Ex-Googler Marissa Mayer Marissa Mayer [...]

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