Month: November 2019

ADVERTISEMENT Many Facebook Group administrators are experiencing growth. Without proper moderation, a community can easily slip into becoming toxic. Here are some tips for avoiding common mistakes. I have been moderating communities since 2003, both my own communities as an administrator  and as a moderator at WebmasterWorld.  I have quite a bit of experience with Read more

What are “fraggles” in SEO and how do they relate to mobile-first indexing, entities, the Knowledge Graph, and your day-to-day work? In this glimpse into her 2019 MozCon talk, Cindy Krum explains everything you need to understand about fraggles in this edition of Whiteboard Friday. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high resolution version Read more

ADVERTISEMENT Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger experienced major outages in various parts of the world on Thursday, November 28. That means many were left without the ability to share their Thanksgiving festivities on the two largest social networks. At the time of this writing, the problem still persists as users continue to report intermittent outages. Instagram Read more

In link building, few things are more frustrating than finding the perfect link opportunity but being completely unable to find a contact email address. It’s probably happened to you — if you’re trying to build links or do any sort of outreach, it almost always entails sending out a fairly significant amount of emails. There Read more

Sharing is caring! A recently granted patent from Google is about supporting querying and predictions, and it does this by focusing on user-specific knowledge graphs. Those User Specific Knowledge Graphs can be specific to particular users. This means Google can use those graphs to provide results in response to one or more queries submitted by Read more

The ecosystem around and in Google Search has continued to evolve since the first episode of Google Search News. With this video series, we aim to give regular updates on Google Search, in particular for SEOs, publishers, webmasters — essentially anyone who’s creating content with the goal of making it discoverable in search.  [embedded content] Read more

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