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How much a hard Brexit will cost every person in Cornwall - Cornwall Live

How much a hard Brexit will cost every person in Cornwall   Cornwall Live The study has revealed how much a hard and soft Brexit will cost each person in Cornwall.

Danalock Smart Lock V3 & Danapad V3 Unboxing Review
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BoneTalker Adder – Bone Conductive Bluetooth Headphones
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Are You Trapped In Overwhelm Mode?

You may not have heard of it, but there’s this thing called “Responsibility Fatigue”. It happens to a lot of us when we simply can’t say no. The more we don’t say no, the more people rely on us. At home, at work, out in the world. Sometimes it literally feels like there’s a sign on our forehead that says “Don’t worry, I’ll take care of it”! And so we get overloaded, exhausted, often more than a little frustrated or angry. As this NPR show mentions, Responsibility Fatigue can come in our middle a...
Tags: Caregiver, Caregiving, Mindfulness, Self Care

Apple TV Channels, Arcade, News + et Apple Card sont Annoncés (video)

Source : Apple TV Channels, Arcade, News + et Apple Card sont Annoncés (video) Sans grande surprise, Apple vient d’annoncer l’arrivée de ses nouveaux services en ligne par abonnement pour regarder la télévision, lire la presse The post Apple TV Channels, Arcade, News + et Apple Card sont Annoncés (video) appeared first on
Tags: iPhone, Apple, Apple TV, iPad, Mac, News

Google Search Algorithm Update Fluctuations From March 20th to 22nd

As you know, we had a pretty big Google update that Google confirmed as a core update on March 12th. Around March 20th, 21st and 22nd, I saw the forum chatter spike back up a bit and the tools light up - but it wasn't as huge as that last update and we were busy with the rel=prev/next thing.
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Daily Search Forum Recap: March 22, 2019

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web...
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Google Web Spam Report: Google Sent 33% Less Manual Actions Last Year

Google has released their annual web spam report and I just love comparing the previous year report to this one. Here are some of the highlights from the report, including Google sent 4 million manual actions in 2018, where sent 6 million in 2017.
Tags: Google Search Engine Optimization

Google Image Search Tests Article Slide In Feature

Here is a new test spotted by Jose Varghese on Twitter where Google Image search is letting you drag up the article an image is sourced from. As you can see from the GIF or video below, Google lets you drag up the Verge article from the bottom of the image preview screen.
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Search Buzz Video Recap: More On Google March 2019 Core Update, Google Drops Rel Next & Prev & Neural Matching vs RankBrain

What a fun week in the SEO space - we had Google do some explaining or myth busting around the March 2019 core algorithm update, no - it wasn't a reversal. Google just noticed that they have not supported the rel=next/prev markup for years now...
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Bing Uses rel=next and rel=prev For Discovery But Not Merging Pages

With all the controversy around Google just noticing they haven't supported the rel=next/prev and now trying to dig themselves out of a hole - folks are curious how Bing supports it. Frédéric Dubut from Bing said on Twitter that Bing uses them for discovery and understanding site structure but they do not use it to merge pages into a set.
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Nice Interior Photo Of Google NYC Office

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An Active XML Sitemap That Errors Out Won't Slow Google's Crawl

Martin MacDonald asked Google's John Mueller if Google's crawl behavior might change if an active XML sitemap begins to error out. John said it shouldn't.
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Google's rel=prev/next Messaging: Nothing Has Changed

Google keeps saying the same thing over and over again regarding their communication around the rel=prev/next blunder. Simply that nothing has changed, to do pagination just like you always have been doing and that is it.
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Gary Illyes The Googler Who Discovered rel=prev/next Was Not Being Honored

Want to know which Googler found out that Google was no longer honoring the rel=prev/next? It seems it was Gary Illyes, a Google webmaster trends analyst who we often cover over here, was the individual who noticed this and escalated it to the public.
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Google On Neural Matching vs RankBrain

After I wrote up the what is neural matching, I got to thinking and decided to email Google a bunch of questions, which I published at Search Engine Land as Danny Sullivan posted the answers on Twitter via the @searchliaison account.
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The One-Hour Guide to SEO, Part 2: Keyword Research - Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfishBefore doing any SEO work, it's important to get a handle on your keyword research. Aside from helping to inform your strategy and structure your content, you'll get to know the needs of your searchers, the search demand landscape of the SERPs, and what kind of competition you're up against. In the second part of the One-Hour Guide to SEO, the inimitable Rand Fishkin covers what you need to know about the keyword research process, from understanding its goals to building your o...
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Google NYC Dance Dance Revolution Game

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Optimizing for Searcher Intent Explained in 7 Visuals

Posted by randfishEver get that spooky feeling that Google somehow knows exactly what you mean, even when you put a barely-coherent set of words in the search box? You're not alone. The search giant has an uncanny ability to un-focus on the keywords in the search query and apply behavioral, content, context, and temporal/historical signals to give you exactly the answer you want. For marketers and SEOs, this poses a frustrating challenge. Do we still optimize for keywords? The answer is "sort of...
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Daily Search Forum Recap: March 21, 2019

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today...
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Google: There Is No Google Organic Traffic Budget

Google's John Mueller said on Twitter that Google doesn't have an organic traffic budget that will stop sending a site traffic once it reaches a certain number. He said "we try to show pages in search when our algorithms think they're relevant, not based on counters."
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Google's Latest Advice On Pagination & Page Series Post rel=next and rel=prev

As you know, Google told us they just realized that rel=next and rel=prev is no longer supported for the past year or so. Yea, I know. So now what? How do you ensure Google can find your paginated content? How do you communicate to Google a series of pages is part of a set? Mihai Aperghis asked Google's John Mueller a series of hard questions this morning in the webmaster hangout addressing this.
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TheSkimm Announces HOW TO SKIMM YOUR LIFE Book Tour With Charlotte Stop - Broadway World

TheSkimm Announces HOW TO SKIMM YOUR LIFE Book Tour With Charlotte Stop   Broadway World Co-Founders and Co-CEOs of the popular membership company theSkimm, Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg, will embark on a national 10-city tour in support ...

3 New Features to Help You Achieve Online Sales on Pinterest

Pinterest has stepped up their online sales game with the introduction of three new offerings that work together: catalogs, shopping objective, and shopping ads. Now that it’s easier for users to shop from Pinterest, businesses have the tools to complete the purchase funnel and efficiently drive conversions from their Pinterest campaigns. Before you start using these offerings in your paid strategy, here’s what you need to know about how they work. Catalogs: You can upload the product feed of...
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We Are Social’s Monday Mashup #439

Facebook admits to password security fail Last week, Facebook came clean to a rather significant error – storing “hundreds of millions” of passwords in plaintext, unprotected by any encryption. Users of Facebook, Facebook Lite and Instagram were affected and fortunately, there was no evidence that the passwords had been internally abused or improperly accessed. Facebook will notify those affected and security experts have recommended that everyone should change their Facebook password to someth...
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Attribution Analysis: How Marketers Can Stay on the Cutting Edge & Prove Impact

The post Attribution Analysis: How Marketers Can Stay on the Cutting Edge & Prove Impact appeared first on Online Marketing Blog - TopRank®.
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[Infographic] Is SEO Or SEM Better For Online Marketing?

Search engine marketing (SEM) and search engine optimization (SEO) are fundamental to online marketing, and though both are shown to benefit business immensely, they’re not the same. SEM is geared more toward paid search, and SEO is used to drive website traffic through keywords and linking. Graphic: For every $1 spent on AdWords (a form of SEM), companies tend to increase their revenue by $2. (1) 57 percent of B2B marketers said SEO is their prized revenue-generating marketing method and is ...
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Data privacy. A competitive advantage?

I have always been interested in the intersection of public policy, business outcomes and consumer interest. While I didn’t set out to weave this interest into my career, I largely have worked at the leading (and sometimes bleeding) edge of the Internet, digital and social media, so it sort of worked out that way. Internet safety, personal privacy, email regulation, HIPAA, FTC endorsement guidelines, FDA advertising regulations, net neutrality. And now data privacy. From GDPR and the California...
Tags: Digital media, GDPR, Privacy, The Marketing Economy

Time-Savers for Marketers in Google Ads

We know you’re always looking for ways to save time and be more efficient with your data. Read more at
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The majority of listings for car accident attorneys on Google are fake

Google’s ranking algorithm has a huge flaw in its local results that lead generating companies have been using for their own profit. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Joy Hawkins]
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