This week’s emojinal My Five says goodbye to Harambe the gorilla, and has a giggle at Waitrose. There’s talk about money laundry-ing and then Chewbacca goes to school.
What are featured snippets and how can brands ensure they will benefit from them? A roundup of Rob Bucci’s BrightonSEO talk reveals all
Cute dogs, stereotypes, more cute dogs, a flying pink unicorn, and a juddering climax to roundup this week’s My Five.
The rise and return of the bot. Get ready to see branded chatbots, the interactive software that helps users get things done.
Twitching, Tweeting and April Fools all feature in this week’s My Five. Plus: Find out which meme FunnyStatus has dubbed master of memes.
The change to the Instagram timeline has sparked debate, but what will moving away from a chronological feed mean for users?
What is Voice Search, who is using it, and how is it set to impact SEO? Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Text-to-Speech (TTS) is changing search.
Use these tips to help build meaningful connections with influential bloggers and journalists, and you’ll reap the benefits well into the future.
Lessons learnt in this week’s My Five: Friendship is magic and so is licensing; Trolls prefer GIFs over cola; dating is bullsh*t but also hilarious.
Improving a website’s organic rankings is only half the battle, you still need to entice people to click through to your site and a good way to do that is with a well written meta description…
It’s been a busy news week in the world of social media. Here’s Lisa’s summary of what’s been happening, including the age debate, Twitter moments and #BritishAstronautProblems.
A Monumental My Five from Lisa this week – Twitter Polls, Google gets fooled, Back to the Future Day and some new monumental apps.