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  • Does Google Use Latent Semantic Indexing?

    Sharing is caring! Technology evolves and changes over time. There was a park in the town in Virginia where I used to live that had been a railroad track that was turned into a walking path. At one place near that track was a historic turntable where cargo trains might be unloaded so that they could be added to later trains or trains headed in the opposite direction.

    Bill Slawski/ SEO by the Seain Google- 8 readers -
  • What Separates Good Writing From Bad Writing?

    The other day, I was struck by a quote I read in a blog post about vulnerability from author and Wharton professor Adam Grant: “Good communicators make themselves look smart. Great communicators make their audiences feel smart.” Grant’s words reminded me of the time I discovered, to my horror, that I write at an 8th grade reading level.

    Shane Snow/ The Content Strategist- 17 readers -
  • Training 1 Million People and Small Businesses in Europe by 2020

    By Ciaran Quilty, VP, Small Businesses, EMEA Today we’re announcing a program to help EU businesses grow and to equip more people in the EU with the digital skills they need to compete in today’s workplace. We’re committing to open three new community skills hubs in Spain, Poland and Italy, and to have trained 1 million people and business owners across the EU by 2020.

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  • WWE is going broad with its video strategy

    WWE has a legacy TV business and a growing subscription streaming app — and it’s a giant on YouTube, Facebook and other social platforms. But as the company plans to do more scripted and unscripted programming for TV, streaming video and social platforms, it’s putting many its video teams in one place to do so. For instance, WWE premiered a new live show on Facebook Watch on Jan.

    Digiday- 11 readers -
  • How Facebook’s feed purge could expose publishers to fraud

    One unintended consequence of Facebook’s feed purge is that it may make publishers more vulnerable to ad fraud. With Facebook favoring user content and deprioritizing publishers’ posts in its news feed, publishers will turn to traffic resellers to make up for the clicks they’re losing from Facebook, said independent ad fraud consultant Augustine Fou.

    Digiday- 16 readers -
  • 10 Google updates you may have missed

    Google rarely stands still. In fact, the search giant claims to tweak its search algorithms at least 3 times per day. Some of these updates are bigger than others, and the past month has brought an unprecedented wave of newsworthy enhancements. Just yesterday, for example, the industry was abuzz with the news that Google would officially be using page speed as a ranking facto ...

    Search Engine Watchin Paid Search SEO Google- 11 readers -
  • Should Local Businesses Ask for Reviews?

    On the surface, it might seem quite innocent. A customer visits your place of business. Once the business transaction is complete, you ask whether the customer would be willing to leave you a review on Google, Yelp, Facebook or some other site. You haven’t asked them to write a positive review necessarily. You haven’t specified what they should say.

    Damian Rollison/ Street Fight- 10 readers -
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