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Are you having problems getting into Facebook today? It’s not just you. At about noon Eastern people started complaining about Facebook access issues on Twitter: Tweets about “FacebookDown” Like last week’s outage it’s not hitting everyone. We’ve reached out to Facebook and will update if we get a response.
Much may have changed through the years in SEO, however the importance of the title tag can't be overstressed. Here's how to create title tags that state who you are, what you do, why anyone should bother to click, and why Google should care.
While there are some jobs better left to programmers, coders, and quality assurance specialists, there's room for us marketers to step up our game. Master these five skills to rely on developers a little less and get your work done a little quicker.
If you’ve been in the internet marketing space for some time, you’ve surely come across a few news curation websites. And I’m going to introduce you to the newest one in just a moment. Our own such site, Sphinn, thrived (and survived) for four years with a combination of news curation and forum discussion. (Today, we do news curation via our Marketing Day and SearchCap newsletters.) Inbound.org has been going for a little more than two years now. Threadwatch re-launched in early 2013 after being closed for about five years. Others have come and gone, as well. The latest website to try internet marketing news curation just launched a week ago: IMGlance.com. It’s the work of Matthias Klappenbach, a Seattle-based programmer and eBay product manager who had already built an aggregator for German law blogs. He says he developed IMGlance because of personal need. “Earlier this year I took over eBay’s paid initiatives in social,” he told me via email, “in addition to my work as their affiliate p…
Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Marketers are frustrated by plunging organic reach on Facebook Pages. Pages formerly accustomed to percentage per fan reach in the mid-teens are seeing low single digits. Facebook gets it. So today Brian Boland, Facebook’s vice president of ads product marketing, posted a detailed explanation of why reach is falling and why marketers, businesses and other social publishers shouldn’t give up on the platform. Facebook has tried to explain before, but Boland’s FAQ post is the most complete rundown the company has offered. You can read it in full here, but we’ll address some of the more interesting answers below. Why Is Reach Falling? Much of Boland’s explanation is a rehash of previous details that will be familiar to anyone following the issue closely. It’s tougher to reach Facebook users for free because there’s more competition in the News Feed. There are more people on Facebook, sharing more with surge in use of mobile devices. They have more friends…
When Google believes a site will redirect a mobile visitor to a homepage, rather than the actual page shown in search results, Google will tell searchers that clicking the link "May open the site's homepage" with an option below it to "Try anyway."
What is the most common SEO mistake, according to Google's Matt Cutts? Not having a website. "If you don’t have a website, you're kind of invisible on the web, and you really don’t want to be invisible on the web," he explains a new video.
Automattic, the company that created and owns the WordPress publishing platform, is joining the battle against government surveillance. The company announced today that it’ll begin serving pages on all of its WordPress.com subdomains only over SSL by the end of 2014. Paul Sieminski, Automattic’s General Counsel, explained the move this way: In the face of intrusive surveillance, we believe that everyone in the tech community needs to stand up and do what they can, starting with their own sites and platforms. For us, that means working to secure the connection between users and our websites. We’ll be serving all *.wordpress.com subdomains only over SSL by the end of the year.
If we’ve learned anything over the past year, it’s that encryption, when done correctly, works. If we properly encrypt our sites and devices, we can make mass surveillance much more difficult.
The announcement is timed to coincide with Reset the Net, today’s campaign that involves dozens of tech companies (and others) …
Bing has fine-tuned their music discovery functionality. Bing will display a "dynamic carousel" on searches for an artist, band, album, or song. You can then browse the artist's other music videos from within the carousel.