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.
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?
New Google shopping features, updates to Twitter’s verification process, Facebook moves into PPV sports events, and a helpful woof, time for My Five.
In this week’s My Five, Facebook takes away Analytics, Google Search Console gives us regex filters, and we celebrate 16 years of Yahoo! Answers.
Understanding the various social media algorithms is a difficult task. In 2018 I took a look at everything you need to know about social media algorithms – here we see how the platforms have changed in 2021.
In this week’s My Five, the Aussie tech giants war rages on (Google backs down, Facebook doesn’t) meanwhile Trustpilot leads the battle against fake reviews.
The second week of 2021 turned out to be a riot, didn’t it? Find out why Parler and Facebook are on the naughty step as a result.
What is the ultimate cure to the tumultuous start to 2021? A sea shanty. Obviously.
A distinct lack of harmony between some Internet giants this week, but all ends well with the fantastic singing blobs. It is MyFive time.
Tech giants are feeling generous in this week’s My Five. Facebook reluctantly agrees to pay publishers for content, and Google expands its Maps and Google My Business options. Meanwhile, Spotify shames the nation for its music choices.
The season of goodwill is upon us. Burger King drops its beef with McDonald’s, and LinkedIn creates a helpful tool for job seekers in this week’s My Five.