• Dropping the narrative

    Okay, you don't like what your boss did yesterday or last week or last month. But today, right now, sitting across the table, what's happening? Narrating our lives, the little play-by-play we can't help carrying around, that's a survival mechanism. But it also hotwires our feelings, changes our posture, limits our possibilities. What does t ...

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  • Webmaster Forums Top AMP Questions

    It has been busy here at Google Webmaster Central over the last few weeks, covering a lot of details about Accelerated Mobile Pages that we hope you have found useful. The topics have included: What is AMP? How to get started with Accelerated Mobile Pages How can Google Search Console help you AMPlify your site How to best evaluate issues with your Accelerated Mobile ...

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  • Are Voice Searches Changing the Nature of SEO?

    Over the past few years, the number of voice searches has more than doubled and makes up around 20% of mobile searches. Tools such as Apple’s ‘Siri’, Windows’ ‘Cortana’ and ‘Okay Google’ have made the medium of voice search more accessible to smartphone users worldwide and may have an influence on ad campaigns and even the SEO industry as a whole.

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  • Penguin 4.0 is Here

    30 September 2016 | Asad Imam Penguin 4.0 is Here After weeks of anticipation, Google has released another update to its Penguin update, coined as Penguin 4.0. Penguin is now part of the core algorithm. Penguin was first rolled out in April 2012 and its last update was in August 2014. Since the start of the year, many ranking fluctuations were suspected to be a Penguin updat ...

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  • The Algorithm Academy #6 SEO NOs

    30 September 2016 | Paige Marsh The Algorithm Academy #6 SEO NOs Welcome to the Algorithm Academy, your six part guide designed to make you a Google genius. We’re going to be teaching you about Google’s algorithm and its ranking factors; from what makes you rank, to what has a negative impact on your rankings.

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  • Introducing the ProBlogger Job Board 2.0

    Today I’m pleased to announce that we’ve given the ProBlogger Job Board a complete overhaul. It now has new features those advertising to hire bloggers, writers, editors and more, and also makes it easier for those who are applying for jobs. The Back Story Back in 2006 I started to notice two emerging types of questions from readers of ProBlogger: From bloggers – How do I g ...

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  • How Refinery29 is expanding in Europe

    Many U.S. digital publishers are expanding abroad, often relying on local partnerships. But Refinery29 is relying on local teams to create content for national audiences — and build relationships with advertisers. Refinery29 has an 11-person editorial staff in London, where it launched nine months ago; it has a six-person editorial team on the ground in Berlin following its start in early June.

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  • 320,000 downloads in, what WWF has learned from its iMessage app

    One of the biggest changes introduced with Apple’s new iOS 10 was letting users access third-party apps in iMessage. On cue, companies including Disney and Burger King flooded its Message store with branded stickers on Sept. 13. Global charity World Wildlife Fund was one of the brands in on the ground floor.

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  • ‘A game of Chutes and Ladders’: Nat Geo’s CEO on media and platforms

    National Geographic has 60.6 million followers on Instagram and 42.1 million followers on Facebook. It’s also one of nearly two-dozen publishers on the Snapchat Discover platform. But while the Nat Geo brand is big on social, it’s not reliant on platforms in the way that many distributed digital media companies are — and it aims to keep it that way.

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  • Some publishers appear to be cooling on Facebook Instant Articles

    Several media outlets, some of them early adopters to Facebook’s fast-loading Instant Article format, are posting less and less there, according to a new analysis by analysis by Newswhip and confirmed in independent reporting by Digiday. Newswhip looked at several publishers’ posts to Instant Articles during a five-day period (Sept. 16-20).

    Lucia Moses/ Digidayin Social- 3 readers -
  • EBay dips its toes in fashion with Project Runway partnership

    At the end of every Project Runway episode, contestants sit nervously as their work is judged by the show’s hosts Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn. Whether or not it meets their approval, contestants still might make a sale: Viewers who like the outfit can now buy the very ensemble feat ...

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