It’s a social and search engine heavy My Five this week, with changes to Instagram targeting, a new link spam algorithm update and clarification around redirects.
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In today’s My Five, Clubhouse opens its doors, Twitter tests a new feature, and the Global Emoji Trend Report reveals which emoji to avoid if you’re after some sexy time.
Earning coverage and links from authoritative, relevant websites, is obviously a huge part of SEO, but what’s not always clear, is the time, effort and strategy that goes into it. […]
A Twitter and sport-heavy My Five this week. But most importantly, there is a (very happy) dog getting a bath from chimpanzee friends.
While football didn’t come home, we can take a lot of positives from the Euros. Here are 4 things digital marketers can learn from England’s Euro 2020.
Instagram is much more than just photo sharing, the BBC undergoes a major rebrand, questions about the importance of internal links, and could Facebook be about to launch its own town?
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Google treats us to a frenzy of algo updates, we wave goodbye to broad match modifier, and we might need our eyes checked, but it looks like football’s coming home.
AdTech platforms and publishers have welcomed the news, as they now have additional time to get to grips with the new technologies being developed to fill the void.
SEO’s coming home! The country’s gone football mad and so have we, with that in mind here are 10 similarities between SEO and the Euros.