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Google’s Penguin 3.0 update is here – here’s the skinny on what we know so far.
Could you still do well in search rankings without doing any link building at all, relying instead on the strength of your content to be deemed relevant and important by Google? Rand Fishkin of Moz answers.
If your site has received multiple DMCAs, you can expect that it will begin ranking lower.
The new study found that if you do not rank in the number one position in the mobile results, the click-through rate drops off significantly, so much so that ranking number barely matters.
Yep, we could’ve told them so. After Google complies with German publishers removal requests, they beg to be re-included.
Google has expanded Knowledge Graph with the ability to recognize video games.
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Despite building its entire existence around real identities, Facebook unveiled Rooms, its new anonymous app that lets you create places for the things you’re into, and invite others who are into them too.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg conducted an impressive Q&A session this week entirely in Mandarin Chinese.
Link posts with large thumbnails made it to Google+ app for Android – 7 months after rolling out to the web.
Ello will remain third-party ad-free. For good. To assure that Ello always remains ad-free, Ello converted to a Public Benefit Corporation (PBC).
More Ello: Ello has raised $5.5 million in new venture funding, according to CEO Paul Budnitz.
Buffer gives its users easier ways to share to social networks from Apple’s mobile devices plus full iPad access to the Buffer dashboard – for the first time.
Goodbye Email & Social Logins? Twitter’s new free service Digits is online sign-in protocol that uses telephone numbers to authenticate identity.
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Marketing This & That
HUGE Google news: Google chief executive Larry Page is stepping back at the giant technology company, while senior vice president Sundar Pichai will be assuming more responsibility.
Check out Google’s new Inbox: by the same people who brought you Gmail, but it’s not Gmail: it’s a completely different type of inbox, designed to focus on what really matters.
You know those annoying ads that automatically play video or audio whenever you visit a website? There’s an easy setting in Google Chrome that will turn off the autoplay.
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