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Wow, it’s been a busy month or so for Stack That Money! Straight back from the amazing STM meetup in Bangkok, the torrent of fantastic info hasn’t stopped – in fact, it looks like the Bangkok meetup supercharged everyone, because we’ve had an unbelievable amount of good info this month! Let’s get right to it! Tip STM RIO Meetup is coming… It’s an anagram of ROI. It’s sunny.
In April, Google caused a stir in the tech industry by announcing that it plans to reduce the search query data for pay-per-click (PPC) advertisers. Instantly, the conspiracy theories and grumbling began. Google tried to soften the blow by releasing an undetermined number of Google Glasses in “cotton”, but it wasn’t enough to keep techie critics off the company’s back.
Webmaster Level: All We’ve recently launched our global Google Webmasters Google+ page. Have you checked it out yet? Our page covers a plethora of topics: Official news and announcements like when our blog launched en français Tips such as how to handle 404s correctly Q&A office hours with our team Exclusive behind the scenes including planking puns ...
We’ve rebuilt and reimagined our News SEO plugin and taken it to the next level. Today we’re proud to release News SEO version 2.0, which allows you to easily optimize your site for Google News. It had been, unfortunately, almost 2 years since we last updated the plugin which meant it didn’t work anymore for 95% of people and lacked many features.
Some of the largest tech companies in the world including Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe will have to go to civil court to defend themselves against charges of wage collusion. The companies are accused of attempting to limit the pay of employees by agreeing to not recruit engineers from one another.
342 Shares 342 Shares × Do you know the perfect formula for your Blog, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, Instagram, Vine and Tumblr posts? Not that easy right?! Each of them has its own nature and rules. People behave differently on different social platforms and this is the reason why you should treat each of them very special! Beginning with your own Blog ...
… guess what “myth” he starts immediately to debunk? Ads of course, what else. And finally, some of the biggest lies on the internet. Do you agree/disagree? Do you know of anything else you feel should be added here? And as usual, in no particular order: Content Creation & Marketing/SEO and Search Google Slaps Another Guest Blog Network…
What did you search for this week? What about everyone else? Starting today, we’ll be sharing a regular look back at some of the top trending items on Google Search. Let’s dive in. From afikomen to 1040EZ People were looking for information on Palm Sunday and Good Friday ahead of Easter; searches for both days were even higher than searches for the Pope himself.
It is common for SEO myths to pop up on the internet, and following these tips can sometimes have a negative impact on your search engine optimization efforts. Recently, Matt Cutts shared a video talking about SEO myths that you need to watch for: Myth #1: Paid Ads Impact Organic Google Rankings Some people might say that if you buy Google ads, then your organic rankings will improve.
… Images are everywhere online. But, do you ever think about where they came from or whether you’re even allowed to use them on your blog? Many people assume the images they find online are free to use on their blog, social media updates and even print materials. I made the same mistake when I started working with local businesses. After all…
In a recent video, Google’s Matt Cutts addressed a question about the differences between a 404 versus a 410 code on a website. This type of information could be beneficial for webmasters who are trying to understand the right http:// status codes, and there are a few basic things that you need to know.
When Copyblogger removed blog comments on March 24th, it sent reverberations throughout the web. As one of content marketing’s digital founding fathers, removing comments made a statement about where things are, and where they’re going in regards to community participation on the web. At first, I was skeptical.
It seems like Google Plus is becoming more popular with each passing day. Recently I came across a research, claiming that Twitter and Google Plus generate equal amounts of traffic in the USA. The researc ...