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The Future of Web Q&A Panels Should be Cake

Last week, Recode's veteran tech reporter Kara Swisher visibly held an aggressive interview with Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey, who has been on something of a meandering press tour over the last few months, which has led to more questions than it's seemingly answered, as he has avoided specifics, and not taken full responsibility for many of the negative impacts the platform he created has spawned.Despite Kara's noble attempts, this round didn't fare much better, largely due to Twitter's f...
Tags: Cake, Twitter, Media, Yahoo, Steve Jobs, Blog, Seo, Blogging, Atlantic, Reddit, Jack Dorsey, Jack, Medium, Dorsey, Sxsw, Ama

We Are Social’s Monday Mashup #434

UK reports examine Facebook’s practices The results are in from the UK Government’s Cairncross Review, a report examining the health of U.K. news media and digital advertising. It recommends the creation of new official “codes of conduct” for news publishers that deal with Facebook and Google. It also called for the creation of a regulatory body to make sure the platforms were actually delivering on promises to clamp down on the spread of fake news. This was followed by another report from the U...
Tags: Google, Facebook, UK, London, Instagram, India, US, Seo, Lego, Reddit, Jack Dorsey, Mashup, Cpc, Ama, Facebook Twitter, Facebook Instagram

Google May Treat Figcaption As Caption For Images

Google's John Mueller responded to questions on Reddit about the figcaption tag for figurines. The NY Times uses it for their images and SEOs want to know how Google treats it. Google does read the content within figcaptions but they don't treat it as alt text, they treat it as a caption.
Tags: Google, Seo, Reddit, Google Search Engine Optimization, Ny Times, John Mueller

Stop the online conspiracy theorists before they break democracy | Julia Ebner

Cannibals, aliens and clandestine lizard overlords: thanks to algorithms, such ideas threaten the future of EuropeOrganised conspiracy theorist networks have launched an all-out information war across Europe. At the heart of this is the QAnon movement. It expanded from the US to Europe and the UK at rapid speed, hijacking political debates on social media as well as mass protests in the streets in recent months. Our at the Institute for Strategic Dialogue shows that European conspiracy theoris...
Tags: Europe, UK, Technology, Media, 4chan, US, Social Media, World news, Digital Media, Reddit, The far right, Bavaria, Institute for Strategic Dialogue, Tommy Robinson, EDL, Julia Ebner

Digital Marketing News: LinkedIn’s Live Video, CMI’s New Content Marketing Agency Report, Google on SEO, & Reddit’s $3B Valuation

The post Digital Marketing News: LinkedIn’s Live Video, CMI’s New Content Marketing Agency Report, Google on SEO, & Reddit’s $3B Valuation appeared first on Online Marketing Blog - TopRank®.
Tags: Seo, Reddit, Cmi, Online Marketing News, Digital Marketing News, SEO Reddit

Reddit Is Now Offering App-Install Ads

Reddit added application-install ads to its offerings and rolled out an improved conversion pixel. Piggybacking on its official debut of cost-per-click ads late last month, advertisers on Reddit can now choose app install as an objective, and Reddit said it will enhance ad performance to drive visits to app stores. Reddit will directly target its...
Tags: Advertising, Reddit, Social Pro Daily

2018 really was more of a dumpster fire for online hate and harassment, ADL study finds

Around 37 percent of Americans were subjected to severe hate and harassment online in 2018, according to a new study by the Anti-Defamation League, up from about 18 percent in 2017. And over half of all Americans experienced some form of harassment according to the ADL study. Facebook users bore the brunt of online harassment on social networking sites according to the ADL study, with around 56 percent of survey respondents indicating that at least some of their harassment occurred on the pla...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Harassment, Instagram, Bullying, Youtube, Social Media, Tech, Whatsapp, Cybercrime, Abuse, United States, Digital Media, Reddit, Cyberbullying, Behavior

Reddit Has the Least Valuable Users Compared to Other Social Networks by @MattGSouthern

Reddit is now home to 330 million monthly active users, but they're the least valuable of any social network.The post Reddit Has the Least Valuable Users Compared to Other Social Networks by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: News, Seo, Reddit

How Google will shift resources to media search and other tidbits from Gary Illyes’ AMA on Reddit

The Google webmaster trends analyst also touched on topics like the possibility of an Indexing API, whether internal over-linking penalties exist and how the clustering of duplicate pages works. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Google, Seo, Reddit, Ama, Gary Illyes, Barry Schwartz

Jeff Bezos Nudes, Self-Aware Fish, and Brain Zapping: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

A good rule of thumb if you’re going to threaten to publish nude photos of the richest man on the planet unless he says you’re not working with the Saudi government is: Probably don’t do that! And if for some reason you are reckless enough to do that, you probably shouldn’t do so in writing!Read more...
Tags: Google, Star Wars, TV, Science, Technology, Movies, Instagram, Net Neutrality, Labor, Drugs, Horror, Funerals, China, Social Media, Star Trek, Fish

Twitter, YouTube, Google and Reddit Shared Their Highlights and Stats From Super Bowl LIII

The final whistle of the New England Patriots' 13-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII was the top moment on Twitter during the Big Game, while YouTube saw a 58 percent increase in viewership of Super Bowl ads on its platform during the game compared with last year, fans turned to...
Tags: Advertising, Reddit, New England Patriots, Los Angeles Rams, The Big Game, Twitter YouTube Google, Social Pro Daily

We Are Social’s Monday Mashup #432

Facebook releases Q4 earnings update Despite what seems like a constant stream of bad press recently, Facebook has managed to beat expectations in its Q4 earnings report – boasting $16.91 billion in ad revenue last quarter (up 30.2% year-on-year) and . The company’s shares also shot up following the announcement, jumping 11 per cent from $150.42 to $167. Facebook’s report also revealed that the platform now has 2.32 billion monthly and 1.51 billion daily active users, with 2.7 billion people n...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Instagram, Seo, Snapchat, Reddit, Burger King, Mashup, Cpc, Reuters, GrubHub, CPV, Facebook research, Instagram Stories, David Wehner

Clix Marketing Blog’s #PPC News & Views: Friday, February 1, 2019

Happy Friday, friends, and welcome to this week’s edition of the Clix Marketing Blog’s PPC News & Views! From the Experts 3Q Digital How to Create a LinkedIn Sponsored InMail Campaign: The responsibility isn’t just on a salesperson to nurture leads – work the funnel by testing out this feature. Disruptive Advertising 8 Google Ads Automated Bidding Strategies and How to Use Them: If you’re going to let Google take the wheel and relinquish control, understand the strategy for each individua...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Linkedin, Sem, Ppc, Reddit, Keywords, Ppc News And Views, Social Media Examiner, Robert Brady, PPC News amp, PPC Keywords, Amazon Advertising, Reddit Advertising, Automated Bidding

6 Ways Social Listening Can Help Your SEO

Gone are the days of SEO being a straightforward process of keyword research, on-page optimization and link building. As Google adds other factors to its algorithm and learns to assess website quality in a human-like way, SEO becomes intertwined with other marketing tactics. One of these tactics is social listening, which has been mainly used for social media marketing until recently. In this post, I explain how social listening can benefit your SEO. First things first: let’s figure out the mea...
Tags: Google, Seo, Panda, New York Times, Brighton, Reddit, Digital Marketing, Gary Illyes, Twitter Facebook YouTube, Brandwatch, Social Media Consulting

Reddit to Provide Cost-Per-Click Ads on Platform, Receiving Mixed Reviews From Agencies

Reddit is making what it calls its first foray into performance-driven ad bidding with its official debut of cost-per-click ads on its platform on Wednesday. However, this isn't a new endeavor for most companies. CPC bidding has been in beta testing the past few months with over 50 advertisers, including Wayfair, Hired and Kabam. Reddit...
Tags: Advertising, Reddit, Cpc, Publishers & Platforms

Tackling Holocaust denial with Reddit “Ask Me Anything” project

As we approach Holocaust Memorial Day (Sunday 27th January), our team in London has partnered with the National Holocaust Centre and Museum and Green Cave People to support a unique anti-hate project. Here, our Senior Strategist Diego Chicharro explains more. The internet is filled with holocaust denial, fake stories and conspiracy theories. You would think this is a niche phenomenon, perpetrated by a handful of trolls. But incredibly, little more than 70 years after the liberation of Auschwitz,...
Tags: London, News, Barack Obama, Social Media, Seo, Reddit, Auschwitz, Ama, Tim Berners Lee, Janine, Holocaust Centre and Museum, Holocaust Memorial Day, Green Cave People, Diego Chicharro, Janine Webber, Kapoo

Google On Potential Issues With Canonicals & JavaScript

Google's John Mueller posted a very detailed response on Reddit about how Google treats canonicals and how JavaScript based sites that use them might run into issues. JavaScript isn't the issue itself but it can cause some confusion.
Tags: Google, Seo, Reddit, Google Search Engine Optimization, John Mueller

Reddit’s r/changemyview is a template for how all online discussion should be

The threads start as they would anywhere else online: a contentious topic, the type that adds fuel to debate before engulfing an entire comment field in flames. “Just like anorexics are forcibly hospitalized and made to gain weight, overweight people should be hospitalized and forced to lose weight,” one thread reads. For those who ignore the internet’s number one rule — “never read the comments” — you know that this is the sort of statement that precedes an orgy of insults and abuse. When ratio...
Tags: Startups, Social Media, Reddit

Reddit’s model community offers a prototype for controversial discussion

The threads start as they would anywhere else online: a contentious topic, the type that adds fuel to debate before engulfing an entire comment field in flames. “Just like anorexics are forcibly hospitalized and made to gain weight, overweight people should be hospitalized and forced to lose weight,” one thread reads. For those who ignore the internet‘s number one rule — “never read the comments” — you know that this is the sort of statement that precedes an orgy of insults and abuse. When ratio...
Tags: Startups, Social Media, Reddit

Social Media Marketing Tips for 2019 From The Internet Marketing Podcast

We had a range of social media experts feature on our Internet Marketing Podcast in 2018 and they shared with us their wealth of knowledge and experience. From how to increase your following and the importance of social media automation to the unexpected trends of the year, read on to discover their top tips and advice about social media marketing in 2019. How to Generate 1 Million Followers in 30 Days: Interview with Brandan Kane Brendan Kane is a digital strategist and author of One Milli...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Twitter, Sem, Reddit, The Digital Marketing Blog, Internet Marketing Podcast, Social Media & Online Pr, Brendan, Jay Baer, Social Media Tips, Social Media Marketing Tips, Founder Institute, Madalyn, Social Pros Podcast, Social Jukebox

The best subreddits for 2019

So you've just joined the wonderful world of Reddit and want to explore it. With so many subreddits, however, navigating the "front page of the internet" can be daunting. Here are some of the best subreddits to get you started. The post The best subreddits for 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Social Media, Web, Reddit, IAmA, Subreddits

Embedding Yourself in the Internet

A lot of people worry about information about themselves showing up on the internet. Pictures from the past their spouse might find. Accounts on shady sites that they no longer have access to and can’t delete. Things they posted when they were younger and less than wise. And there is a definite reason to worry. Once something shows up on the internet, then it’s pretty much there now, in many places. Oh, you can take it down from the original location. But then there is Google that will cache t...
Tags: Google, Work, Seo, Reddit, Wayback Machine

This Musician Found a Community of Fans on Reddit. Now, He Leads Brand Strategy for the Platform

As a musician, Will Cady knows just how hard it can be to attract an audience. But on Reddit, Cady found himself a thriving community of fans who not only listened to and shared his music, but even went so far as to find him a new venue in 2013 when show plans fell apart...
Tags: Advertising, Magazine, Reddit, Cady, Publishers & Platforms, Will Cady

Google AJAX Crawling Scheme Workarounds?

I spotted John Mueller of Google giving a Reddit user advice on how to handle helping Google index content that still uses some of the old AJAX crawling scheme that Google deprecated long ago. I don't fully understand the advice but here it is.
Tags: Google, Seo, Ajax, Reddit, Google Search Engine Optimization, John Mueller

Reddit COO Jen Wong and Spotify Global VP Danielle Lee Talk Data, Diversity and Inclusion

Few brands have to simultaneously navigate how to talk to users as a brand and how to talk to other brands that want access to their users. But that's the position Spotify and Reddit find themselves in. That's why, ahead of the Jan. 8 kickoff of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where both...
Tags: Spotify, Advertising, Ces, Magazine, Reddit, Las Vegas, Consumer Electronics Show, Brandweek, Jen Wong, Spotify Global VP Danielle Lee Talk Data Diversity

Il Taille son Apple Pencil 2 pour en Faire un Crayon (images)

Si ce n’est pas la première fois qu’un utilisateur tente de transformer son stylet Apple 2 en un vrai faux crayon à papier, c’est probablement l’une des rares où quelqu’un le fait artisanalement sans même utiliser des autocollants de personnalisation… Un travail d’artiste C’est sur le réseau social Reddit qu’un certain Cedric M. a posté des photos de son Apple Pencil 2 dont l’apparence ressemble à s’y méprendre à un véritable crayon à papier. Notre ‘bricoleur’ a préféré jouer les artistes non pa...
Tags: Apple, Ipad, Seo, Reddit, Apple Pencil, Cedric, Faire, Brico, Stylet

How to Research, Monitor, and Optimize for Questions

Posted by AnnSmartyHave you been optimizing your content for questions? There are a few powerful reasons for you to start doing it now: Niche question research is the most powerful content inspiration source Questions are highly engaging: Asking a question triggers a natural answering reflex in human beings. Using questions on your landing pages and / or social media will improve engagement Questions are very useful for niche and audience research: What can't people figure out in your indust...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Twitter, Seo, Quora, Reddit, Ama, YOAST, Barry Schwartz, Reddit AMA, Google Bing, Google Suggest, Serpstat, AnnSmarty, AnnSmartyHave, Google Suggest Google Suggest

13 Experts Share their Top Holiday Social Media Marketing Tip

Holiday season in full swing and digital marketers are focused on finishing out the year strong. Get an extra edge these actionable tips from bona fide social media , including Neil Patel and Mari Smith. You’ll find ideas for holiday campaigns, bidding strategies, organic ways to drive traffic to your unicorn content and more. I’ll start with my own tip — and it’s one that’s good year round! 1. Larry Kim | CEO/Founder at MobileMonkey Go into 2019 with at least one “intentionally delusional” ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Sales, Social Media, Facebook Messenger, Reddit, Facebook Instagram, Mark Schaefer, Neil Patel, Larry Kim, OPC, Lee Odden, Ergo, Mari Smith, Lilach Bullock

10 Innovative SEO Tactics to Boost Your Online Traffic Fast

by Robert Clough So you've mastered the basics of SEO and improved site traffic tenfold. Great job! Surely now you've decided you have enough traffic and don't need to improve anymore, right? Of course not! The goal of any website or business is to keep growing. But you aren't likely to grow much more by sticking to the basics. It's time to kick it up a notch with these more advanced, yet forehead-slappingly simple, SEO tactics. Add these cutting-edge SEO techniques to your established S...
Tags: Google, Wikipedia, Seo, PA, Reddit, Bing, Search Engine Optimization, Google Search Console, Marketing Tactics, Page Authority PA, Robert Clough, Seo Tip, Create Several Optimized Landing Pages Hopefully, Tap Wikipedia For Broken Links Here, Wikipedia First use Google

Google: We Use The Most Restrictive Crawling Command On The Page

Google's John Mueller said in a Reddit thread that Google will typically use the most restrictive crawling command or signals they find on the page. "Google will use the most restrictive setting you have on the page," John Mueller said. It doesn't matter if Google found it via HTML or JavaScript, assuming Google can find it.
Tags: Google, Seo, Reddit, Google Search Engine Optimization, John Mueller

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