SEO Trends for 2020: How to Get on Top of Google Search

SEO is one of the youngest marketing disciplines out there, and it’s also incredibly fast-paced. It looks almost nothing like what it did when we started. While the fundamental principle remains the same —SEO is about making websites easy to find and understand — the tactics involved are very different than they were 15, 5, and even 1 year ago So what are the most important SEO trends for 2020 and how can you implement them? Here’s what you should know for 2020, as well as key steps for impleme...
Tags: Google, Japan, US, Seo, Content Marketing, Clifton Park, Halfmoon, Social Media Consulting, Voice Search Obviously, Intent Optimization Google, Search Intent Simply Searching Google, Dominate Google

Top 3 Reasons to Outsource Web Development

Many usually really care about choosing affordable hosting for their website and it is important but you have to build a website first. It goes without saying that web development can be quite expensive. Everything depends on what kind of website you require. There are different types of web development projects, lots of different technologies, languages, frameworks and far more to consider. You could either need a few simple landing pages or a whole marketplace to develop. In any case, o...
Tags: Technology, Sales, Web Developer

Amazon Sets Electric Vehicle, Carbon Footprint Goals Amid Criticism

Amazon unveiled a new series of ambitious, long-term sustainability goals on Thursday that would continue the company’s efforts to make its operations more environmentally friendly.Under what Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) has dubbed “The Climate Pledge,” the tech giant said it has ordered 100,000 electric delivery vehicles from Rivian, a Michigan startup Amazon has backed previously. The Seattle-based ecommerce company also committed to reduce its carbon footprint by getting more energy from renewable ...
Tags: Amazon, Energy, Startups, Climate Change, Environment, Climate, Trends, Tech, Sustainability, E-commerce, Online Shopping, Software, Electric Vehicles, United Nations, Wind Power, Aws

5 Cybersecurity Best Practices for Small Businesses

cybAs a small business owner, it can be tempting to think that hackers won’t be targeting your business anytime soon. Surely, they’ll be too busy hacking the big corporations like Google or Equifax. However, you’d be surprised to learn that according to a recent Verizon data breach report, 43% of all breaches in 2019 targeted small businesses. Data like this shows that hackers spare no one when it comes down to who they choose to attack. This means that even owners of the smallest businesses sh...
Tags: Google, Verizon, Business, Cybersecurity, Ftc, MITM, Equifax, Small Business Advice, Cybersecurity Best Practices, Small Business Best Practices, Small Business Cybersecurity

Terrible Ninth Circuit 230(c)(2) Ruling Will Make the Internet More Dangerous–Enigma v. Malwarebytes

This ruling caused this PUP to have a bad day. Photo by Anik Shrestha The Ninth Circuit has issued a Section 230(c)(2) opinion that creates significant problems for anti-spyware/spam/virus vendors (I’ll call them “anti-threat vendors”). The ruling will paralyze their decision-making, expose them to greater legal threats, and reduce their ability to protect consumers from unwanted software. This ruling makes the Internet less safe. I hope the Ninth Circuit will fix it via further proceedings. Ba...
Tags: Google, Law, Congress, Court, US, Rebecca, Margaret Thatcher, Kaspersky, Enigma, Malwarebytes, Privacy/security, Carter, 9th Circuit, Fisher, Congressional, Ninth Circuit

Update Google Chrome Browser to Patch New Critical Security Flaws

Google has released an urgent software update for its Chrome web browser and is urging Windows, Mac, and Linux users to upgrade the application to the latest available version immediately. Started rolling out to users worldwide this Wednesday, the Chrome 77.0.3865.90 version contains security patches for 1 critical and 3 high-risk security vulnerabilities, the most severe of which could allow [Author: [email protected] (Wang Wei)]
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Tech, Vulnerability, Hacking Computers, Use-after-free Vulnerabilities, Wang Wei, Chrome Browser, Browser Security, Browser Vulnerability

4 Tips for Earning the Best Quality Backlinks

If you’re reading this blog post, you’re starting to understand the importance of backlinks. If not, you should know that backlinks are inbound or incoming links that boost attention for your blog. It’s one of the best tools you have at your disposal for raising your search rankings and boosting awareness of your blog. But if you’re just getting started in blogging or SEO, you may not know what it takes to get better backlinks. The higher quality the backlink, the better your ranking. ...
Tags: Google, Advertising, Link Building, Haro, Blogging Tips, Brian Dean of Backlinko, Neil Patel, Patel, Blog Tips, Backlinks, Pixabay, Felix Tarcomnicu, Houston Green Residential Real, Tarcomnicu, Focus on Public Relations PR

What You Need To Know About Refurbished Technology

To many people, refurbished equipment is older hardware of lower quality. But as manufacturers release newer technology, it can be quite confusing distinguishing what they mean by refurbished. Refurbished equipment could be a lightly used device or a trial purchase of user, or it could mean that a device was already extensively used before the… Read More » What You Need To Know About Refurbished Technology The post What You Need To Know About Refurbished Technology appeared first on Gadget Advi...
Tags: Technology, Refurbished, Refurbished equipment

The wearable LEX chair lets you sit where you want – but will it catch on?

A pair of aluminium legs that you strap to your bum could be the solution for people who find there are not enough chairs in the world. As long as they don’t mind looking ridiculousOn Wednesday night, the Tech Insider Twitter account made a simple statement: “This wearable chair could change how we work and travel.” The text was accompanied by a short video advertising the LEX bionic chair, a pair of £200 foldable aluminium legs that you strap to your bum and lean against whenever your legs get ...
Tags: Technology, Wearable Technology

The End of Manual Sourcing

  A Case for Automation Most machines start with the parts before the whole ever comes together. The builder has to scrutinize how each part will fit together and make sure each piece will fit perfectly so it’s able to flawlessly perform its function. In the world of recruiting the end goal is to add […]
Tags: Featured, News, Tech, Recruiting, Automation, Branding, Time Saving, Blog Posts, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition

What It Means That Starbucks Brought Back Its Pumpkin Spice Latte in August

Though autumn officially starts on Sept. 23, Starbucks rolled out its pumpkin spice latte this year on Aug. 27 — a day earlier than in 2018 and over a week earlier than in 2017. Given the popularity of the PSL, which Starbucks began serving in 2003, this trend makes sense. In 2015, Forbes estimated that the drink rakes in around $100 million over the course of a single autumn. The sooner it comes back to Starbucks menus, the sooner the coffee chain can start selling one of its most lucrative ...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Marketing, Social Media, Analytics, Pr, Starbucks, Vox, Google Trends, Psl, Thought Leadership, Forbes, Jennings, Kline, PRSA, Motley Fool

App update

Apologies for the quiet blog this week. I am extremely busy ironing out the SlideMagic 2.0 app. This week the focus is on tightening the integration with the Windows and Mac operating systems:Designing app and file icons that look good and stand out next to other desktop icons (clutter)Linking those icons with the ‘.magic’ file extension on a computerMaking sure double clicking icons, recent files, recent files in the dock, etc. worksCertifying the app both with Apple and with a certification ag...
Tags: Apple, Software, Speaking, SlideMagic

Six First Income Streams Recommended for Bloggers

The post Six First Income Streams Recommended for Bloggers appeared first on ProBlogger. This post is based on episode 198  of the ProBlogger podcast. If you’ve been blogging for a while but haven’t started monetizing your blog, you might be wondering what income stream you should add first. This can be a sticking point, whether you’re a new blogger or have been blogging for a while. There’s no one “perfect” income stream to start with (though I’ll be making a recommendation at the end o...
Tags: Google, Amazon, US, Blogging, Google Analytics, Making Money, Vanessa, Amazon Associates, Digital Photography School, Amazon Affiliate Program, Clickbank, Amazon 's Affiliate Program Amazon, Commission Junction Commission Factory

Orange & Publicis Conseil Launch 'Being Human' Public Service Campaign

Orange is the first operator to speak-out across 27 countries about the risks associated with digital uses. This new campaign sets-out the Group’s commitment to ensuring that digital services remain a genuine opportunity for everyone. Digital services give people an unprecedented ability to communicate, learn, entertain, share and connect with each other. With appropriate use, it has the ability to empower all who have access to it. But digitalisation also comes with consi...
Tags: Technology, France, Advertising, Psa, Middle East, Poland, Orange, Group, Publicis, Europe Africa, Katia Lewkowicz, Publicis Conseil Launch Being Human Public Service, Publicis Conseil Today Orange, Marco Venturelli, Orange Livebox, Orange Telephone

Everything You Need to Know About Nofollow, UGC, and Sponsored Links

Last September 10, Google announced that the link attribute “nofollow” is evolving and introduced two new link attributes: the rel=”sponsored” and rel=”ugc”. This announcement shook the SEO industry.  This is the biggest update to nofollow since it was first introduced by Google in 2005. It was used to combat website comment spam and then was used to discredit paid links. It changed the landscape of link building and made dofollow links the holy grail of SEO. The impact of this can...
Tags: Google, Seo, Link Building, Links, User Generated Content, Ugc, Nofollow, Danny Sullivan, Gary Illyes, YOAST, Barry Schwartz, Cyrus Shepard, Google Now Google, Sponsored Links, Impact of Nofollow UGC, UGC Google

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ vs Apple iPhone XS Max: The weigh-in

Big phones, big price tags… and a big winner among them?
Tags: Apple, Samsung

6 mental health apps that prove technology is a force for good

There’s been plenty of talk about the health risks of mobile phone overuse. Smartphones emit more radiation than a brick of uranium, and social media has turned us all into frenzied validation fiends. Needless to say, the technology hasn’t historically gotten a great rap. [Author: [email protected] (Alex Cohen)]
Tags: Technology, Advice, Marketing, Company Culture, B Corp, Alex Cohen

What do I need to make YouTube videos?

Ed wonders if you need a computer to make YouTube videos, as he doesn’t own oneI’m a newbie. When people shoot YouTube videos, do they need a computer or laptop to do so? I don’t have either. EdPeople shoot videos with all kinds of equipment, from simple smartphones to professional movie cameras. Prices range from £50 to more than £40,000. As always, it depends on the job. Some people are taking selfies for Facebook while others are shooting blockbusters for cinemas. Continue reading...
Tags: Facebook, Photography, Technology, Youtube, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Computing, Laptops

Finding The Ultimate Cause

A lot of our work diagnosing communities is finding the ultimate cause of problems. You can’t really improve a community until you know the ultimate cause behind a problem. To find the ultimate cause, you need to dive deeper into your data. Let’s imagine a typical problem, your posts are declining. To diagnose this you have to go through a series of specific, binary, questions. Question 1: Why Are Posts Declining? For example, imagine the number of posts in your community has dropped by 25% in t...
Tags: Google, Community, Online Community, Speaking, Community Management, Online Communities

Maximize Your Google My Business Listing with New Features in 2019

Google has rolled out multiple updates this year including Google My Business new features for local businesses. The latest updates for Google My Business were officially announced on June 20. According to Google, Google My Business has helped more than 150 million local businesses connect with potential customers and clients who are looking for their services online. And since its launch five years ago, GMB has vastly improved when it comes to interface and usability. With the new features, loc...
Tags: Google, Seo, Tips, Google Maps, GMB, Local Search, Local Seo, Facebook Page, Google My Business, Google Google My Business, Google My Business Welcome Offers, Google My Business Dashboard These Short Names, Conclusion Google My Business

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