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Google Plus is set to shut down this April.

Google+ Shutting Down in April—Save Your Data!

Social Service Set to Close Following Low Usage, Data Breaches—Here’s How to Save Your Data Late last year, Google finally announced what many have been suspecting for some time: Google+, the company’s attempt at launching a social media platform, is shutting down on April 2. Now, they’re offering users ways to save their data from […]

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Twitter Insights Tool Tells You When it’s Time to Tweet

New Tool Offers Users More Info on Best Time and Day to Publish a Tweet Twitter launched a new insights tool that gives publishers access to data to help find the best day and time to tweet, based on user engagement. Dubbed “Timing is Everything,” this insights tool took months for the company to build […]

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Google’s New JavaScript and SEO Video Series Kicks Off

New Series Provides Greater Insight into How Google Approaches Programming Language On February 28, 2019, Google’s Webmaster Trends Analyst Martin Splitt announced he would be hosting a regular video series on the Google Webmaster YouTube channel. This series is dedicated to exploring how JavaScript, one of the most popular and common coding languages on the […]

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Using PPC to Amplify Your Message

Paid Ads Aren’t Just About Making a Sale As a business owner, do you ever feel that all your efforts to get your brand out there are hopeless? Let’s face it, we all have those moments of self-doubt. The constant grind of running a business adds up, and when those moments of self-doubt arise, it […]

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Google Brings Shoppable Ads to Google Images

New Product Promotion Format Put Ads in Image Search Results Google recently announced a new format for ads on Image Search, letting retailers highlight multiple products for sale within a single sponsored ad. Citing a recent study that showed that Google “is the first place US shoppers go to discover or find a new brand […]

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Google Doesn’t Use Click-Through Rate as a Search Ranking Factor

Debate Over CTR Data Continues Amongst SEO Specialists, Google Weighs In The debate over click-through rate (CTR) data continues amongst SEO specialists, with recent developments and claims prompting Google to weigh in on the topic. Britney Muller from Moz found a Google developer page that seemed to imply that Google uses CTR data as a […]

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