Sony Playstation 5 London Underground

My Five #414

Oxford Circus tube station transformation, Twitter and yacht fleets set sail and the disavow tool finds a new home – what an absurd MyFive.

Joe Friedlein

My Five #413

In this week’s My Five we look at Google’s new ranking factors, LinkedIn shares advice for businesses, and we wish happy birthday to a true meme lord.

Ali Cort

My Five #412

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.

Kerry Sheahan
Bubbles

My Five #409

More Gov facepalms (but do they know it yet?), good and bad news for webmasters and proof that bubbles are the answer.

Joe Friedlein

Google is now hiding more search query data

Google has loosened its match type definitions and is now sharing less data in its search term reports, plus text ads could be a thing of the past. Read all about it here.

Ashleigh Davison
Search Giants

My Five #402

To lick or not to lick (one’s fingers)?, SEO sexism, big moves for the search giants and the patter of tiny gorilla feet. It is MyFive time.

Joe Friedlein

My Five #401

It’s an extra sweet My Five this week with Ben & Jerry’s taking a political stance, the rise of orange chocolate, and Google discuss the importance of heading tags.

Ali Cort
Do Not Panic About Google Rankings

Why you shouldn’t care about rankings

Mass panic about Google rankings on Tuesday felt like a return to the days of the Google Dance. What did we learn?

Joe Friedlein

My Five #395

Google rolls out 3D ads, big brands boycott Facebook, and Captain Birds Eye gets a facelift all in this week’s My Five!

Will Greenwood

My Five #387

It’s an almost coronavirus free My Five this week as we look at the new Google algorithm update, Bud brings back a classic ad, and CashNetUSA ask what kids keep in their pockets?

Ali Cort
King of the Air

My Five #374

Has social media become anti social? A raft of negativity towards social media but birthday celebrations for Google Maps and a celebration of the wonders of technology.

Joe Friedlein

The end of third party tracking cookies

As of 4 February 2020, Chrome users will be given more control over third-party cookies, allowing them to opt out more easily. Find out what this means for advertisers.

Victoria Spall