Revenge is a dish best served cold. A year later to be exact, if former Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach’s antics are anything to go by. SEE ALSO: These are the over-the-top Miss Universe costumes that you need to see On the Miss Universe stage in the Philippines on Monday night, host Steve Harvey was about to announce this year’s winner when Wurtzbach interrupted him, gliding onstage. She then smoothly handed over a thick pair of reading glasses to Harvey. “Thank you so much Pia,” Harvey sheepishly said to a laughing crowd. “A year late, but thank you.” Harvey had caused outrage last year after he misread the winner card and incorrectly announced Miss Colombia as the winner, only to later pronounce Wurtzbach of the Philippines as the rightful queen. Read more…More about Beauty Pageant, Miss Universe, Philippines, Watercooler, and Tv
Join SEJ ThinkTank for a 45-minute webinar and Q&A session to learn about link building strategies for those less-than-exciting industries.The post Link Building for “Boring” Industries [Webinar] by @rinadianewrites appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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Bryan Cranston played Lyndon B. Johnson in HBO’s All The Way, so he’s a decent surrogate to decipher what the former president would have to say about this deeply confusing era of our nation. Cranston won the SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie for his portrayal of Johnson on Sunday. At the podium, the Breaking Bad star imagined what the brash leader would have to say about Trump, who has never had an issue with candor himself. SEE ALSO: Mahershala Ali just gave a powerful SAG award speech about accepting differences “I feel that 36 would put his arm around 45 and earnestly wish him success,” said Cranston before getting down to business. Read more…More about Celebrities, Donald Trump, Awards Show, Sag 2017, and Bryan Cranston
In recent years, search engines have been optimized around the needs of online users and their experience. Google has evolved to reward content valuable and relevant to readers.The post User Intent: It’s the Future of SEO by @CJGiarratana appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
The iPhone 7 may be just a few months old, but the excitement over the 10th anniversary iPhone 8 is already resulting in a few very well-conceived concept designs for Apple’s next smartphone. The latest comes from designer Iskander Utebayev, who not only gives us a look at what the rumored wraparound screen on the iPhone 8 might look like, but also puts the device’s camera in the middle of the Apple logo. Traditionally, Apple tends to let its Apple logo stand alone, but considering that the anniversary version of the iPhone will likely deliver a few design surprises, Utebayev’s idea of incorporating the Apple logo into the device’s most important component is an inspired,albeit unlikely, design choice. Read more…More about Iphone Anniversary, Iphone 8, Apple, Iphone, and Tech
Content is king, and SEO is this king’s best servant. Because even the best content needs to be optimized for search. Learn how with these 7 content optimization tweaks.The post 7 SEO Tweaks to Improve Your Content Before You Hit Publish by @grybniak appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Attention, marketers: if you want your brand’s videos to appear in the News Feed of Facebook users, then you better have high video completion rates.The post Facebook Has a New Way to Rank Videos in the News Feed by @DannyNMIGoodwin appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Spending hours a day sifting through digital clutter is the most annoying and time sucking part of a marketer’s day. Unwanted email subscriptions, notifications, and old accounts can add up. Discover tools, apps, and tips to clear the clutter, your mind, and keep it that way.The post 8 Awesome Ways to Declutter Your Digital Marketing Life by @lisabuyer appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
LONDON — Just because you’re voted the “worst dressed man of the year” by a magazine doesn’t mean you won’t one day end up on the cover. SEE ALSO: Improve your day and watch Ed Sheeran cover ‘Fresh Prince’ theme Ed Sheeran is a shining example of this. He may have earned the dubious title of “worst dressed man of 2012” by GQ magazine, but now — five years later — he’s got this to celebrate: Thanks @BritishGQ for the cover x A photo posted by Ed Sheeran (@teddysphotos) on Jan 26, 2017 at 1:51pm PST Sheeran shared the cover on his Instagram and Twitter, then followed it up with this sassy tweet: Read more…More about Uk, Tweets, Funny, Twitter, and Gq Magazine