Ads are always annoying – especially so if they are unskippable. For the past couple of months, YouTube was plagued by 30-second videos that could not be skipped even if the user is using an ad-blocker.
Google has been doing their best to fight the outbreak of fake news. In line with this, Google with the cooperation of the other ‘big’ Search companies is nearing the completion of an agreement that aims to implement anti-piracy measures for search results. The code is essentially a means to purge the presence of links that violate copyright, or the law in general.
One of the most important skillsets that a content creator must possess is the ability to communicate with other content creators and webmasters. Talking to other people with the end goal of link building has never been easy as you have to meet some of their requirements while making them more interested in what you offer.
Before all of that, however, is the challenge of looking for their contact details in the first place. Some websites have their contact details posted on their page, such as SEO Hacker’s own “Contact Us” page but other websites will not have their contact details posted freely.
Luckily, we have just the tool to make that process as possible.
Facebook has been making a lot of changes recently, first, they announced that they were changing the way they ranked videos and now they’re announcing something else. Specifically, Facebook is changing the way they rank content submitted in their News Feed.
Simply put, they’re changing things up by updating and layering new signals to its currently existing ranking algorithm.
Talking about social media and blogging in general, content is often considered the king. Undoubtedly in a way, it is. This is what you put before people, through which they start to develop thoughts about your brand’s image and then they decide whether they follow you or not. The question is whether or not content is the only thing you should focus your efforts on. Not at all!