Entradas de blog mayo 2020 (89)

Twitter to Let Users Choose Who Can Reply to Tweets

Twitter is officially testing a new feature that allows users to prohibit entire groups of people from replying to individual tweets.

Unlike some test features that are rolled out unannounced, Twitter is actively encouraging people to try this one.

Unwanted replies make it hard to have meaningful conversations,” Twitter states in an announcement.

To remedy that, Twitter is giving users the ability to choose who can contribute to a…

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Añadido por stanley el mayo 29, 2020 a las 12:20pm — No hay comentarios

How to Use GitHub for Enterprise SEO

Perhaps you’ve heard that GitHub is a code sharing and publishing service, or that it’s a social networking site for programmers.

While both statements are true, neither explains exactly what GitHub really is.

GitHub is a Git repository hosting service providing a web-based graphical interface allowing for access control and additional collaboration features, such as wikis, basic task management tools for projects through issues, coordinating teams, and so much…

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Añadido por stanley el mayo 28, 2020 a las 2:23pm — No hay comentarios

How Universal Search Works

There are a few definitions for universal search on the web, but I prefer hearing it from the horse’s mouth on things like this.

While Google hasn’t given a strict definition that I know of as to what universal search is from an SEO standpoint, they have used the following definitio

On top of this, there are additional databases that information is drawn from (hotels, sports scores, calculators, weather, etc.) and additional databases with user-generated information to…

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Añadido por stanley el mayo 28, 2020 a las 12:01pm — No hay comentarios

Google Explains Why it Rewrites Meta Descriptions

In a Webmaster Central hangout, a publisher asked Google’s John Mueller why their meta description was being rewritten. Mueller’s answer offered a peek into how Google’s algorithm chooses when to rewrite meta descriptions.

The question was specifically about a meta description on the home page being rewritten on the Google search results pages (SERPs) for branded search queries. The publisher used the example of using the modifier “UK” with the brand name.

There are no…

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Añadido por stanley el mayo 27, 2020 a las 1:06pm — No hay comentarios

How Search Engines Display Search Results

Let me begin this with a full disclaimer. I begin each day by ransacking the news to make sure I know what’s going on in the search world around me.

Follow me on Twitter and at some point, in the morning you’ll find a flurry of Tweets – that’s when.

For a slide deck I had put together recently, I decided to publish each change in the SERP (search engine results pages) layouts for the month prior. There were 18 slides in that section. And that was just for…

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Añadido por stanley el mayo 27, 2020 a las 12:57pm — No hay comentarios

How Machine Learning in Search Works: Everything You Need to Know

In the world of SEO, it’s important to understand the system you’re optimizing for.

You need to understand how:

  • Search engines crawl and index websites.
  • Search algorithms function.
  • Search engines treat user intent as a ranking signal (and where they’re likely going with it).

Another crucial area to understand is machine learning.

Now, the term “machine learning” gets thrown around a lot these days.

But how does machine…

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Añadido por stanley el mayo 26, 2020 a las 12:47pm — No hay comentarios

How User Behavior In Search Works: Everything You Need to Know

In this age of search, it’s not enough to know what ranking signals may-or-may-not be at play.

You also need to understand the environment in which those signals operate.

This chapter will look at how user behavior is – and isn’t – used by search engines.

Unlike the previous three installments, which focused on principles, this post will rely on more specific examples and applications.

Most of this chapter will discuss Google because they are the leader in this…

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Añadido por stanley el mayo 26, 2020 a las 12:26pm — No hay comentarios

Content Strategy Sessions: The Secret to Cutting Costs

February 2013 was the year “content marketing” started picking up real steam.

It got so popular that businesses grew curious and started searching Google for any information they could get on creating content that would help them grow.

It’s become significantly harder for these teams to get results from the content they’re publishing – especially for those that don’t already have an engaged audience.

A 2019 SEMrush survey revealed that 54% of 1,200 marketers in a 2019…

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Añadido por stanley el mayo 22, 2020 a las 1:26pm — No hay comentarios

Using Google Data Studio to Track Your Content Marketing Success

Content marketing is more successful than traditional marketing when it comes to communicating a product or service online.

In fact, roughly 26.4% of internet users will use ad blocking software this year, according to Statista.

With almost 4.57 billion active internet users, that equates to a lot of missed opportunities.

Why are so many people using ad blocking software?

The most commonly cited reason is that consumers want to view relevant content without…

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Añadido por stanley el mayo 21, 2020 a las 2:05pm — No hay comentarios

Preparing for New Normalities: Ways to Use SEO in Taking Action

The demand for SEO is trending to an all-time high, with more than 1.5 million searches in the month of April.

Marketers are searching for the most affordable and cost-effective ways to understand shifts in consumer behaviour and demand volatility while optimizing content for all of their digital channels.

SEO is now mission-critical – it is the front and centre of digital marketing strategies spanning paid media, local, mobile, video, email, and across verticals like Amazon…

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Añadido por stanley el mayo 21, 2020 a las 1:49pm — No hay comentarios

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DESDE ISLA DE PASCUA MAGDALENA NOVOA V.Los primeros quince días de febrero se celebra la Tapati en Isla de Pascua, una fiesta que muchos no conocen, y que representa una de las mayores expresiones culturales de la Polinesia.Desde hace más de cuarenta años este encuentro reúne a los pascuenses tras un objetivo: revivir sus antiguas tradiciones y transmitirlas a los más jóvenes, mediante competencias destinadas a elegir a la reina del año entre las familias participantes. Los turistas se sorprenden al ver la capacidad de organización de los Rapa Nui, que dedican, durante meses, su tiempo libre a concretar con éxito las más de 50 pruebas ancestrales que conforman esta festividad.De día, diversos rincones de la Isla reciben al público y a los concursantes que participan en competencias como la triatlón rapa nui -carrera con cuelgas de plátano, posta y canotaje- que se mezcla con expresiones artísticas, como tallado en piedra y madera, confección de collares de conchas y coronas de flores, entre otras. Y, a las 21:45 horas, el escenario, ubicado en Hanga Roa, decorado este año con pinturas inspiradas en la leyenda del hombre pájaro, llena de color la noche, mientras que la música y los bailes, interpretados por los clanes participantes, animan a los más de 4.000 asistentes, entre rapa nui y turistas.La Tapati es una fiesta hecha por y para los pascuenses, una enciclopedia de su historia relatada en Rapa Nui, y si bien el idioma priva a los visitantes de conocer el secreto que encierran las letras de las canciones o el tema de las obras, resalta el misticismo de una Isla que, por siglos, ha cautivado a quienes se han aventurado a cruzar 3.700 kilómetros por el Océano Pacífico y vivir una experiencia inolvidable en el ombligo del mundo.

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