Keep your readers interested and engaged. Here’s what’s causing people to skim, ignore, click away, or even bounce from your content.The post 9 Types of Content That Will Always Fail by @KatyKatzTX appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Let’s take a look at some especially potent and efficient ways to find and use customer feedback published 140 characters at a time.The post 6 Ways You Can Use Twitter in Your Customer Feedback Loop by @osbennn appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Search anything related to Facebook and Russia on Google, and the top result will be an ad from the social network. Facebook seems to have taken out search ads on Google targeted at those terms in an bid to shape the narrative around the ongoing controversy over its platform’s role in Russian political subversion campaigns. SEE ALSO: Facebook execs (somewhat) embrace transparency, via Twitter “We take trust seriously,” the headline text of the ads reads, followed by the sub-head: “We will work to help protect the integrity of elections on Facebook globally.” The ads lead to a page in Facebook’s Help Center with a numbered breakdown of the ways the company claims to be combatting nefarious advertising and participating in the congressional investigation into Russia’s effort to undermine the 2016 presidential election. Read more…More about Facebook, Google, Advertising, Russia, and Mark Zuckerberg
LinkedIn is working on a tool called Talent Insights to help companies make data-backed decisions when recruiting talent.The post LinkedIn is Working on a Recruiting Tool Called Talent Insights by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
To help users make informed decisions about which stories to engage with, Facebook will provide additional context about publishers.The post Facebook’s News Feed to Provide Additional Information About Article Sources by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Vice President Mike Pence’s walkout on Sunday from the Indianapolis Colts vs. San Francisco 49ers game — which was rumored to have been a publicity stunt — left members of congress and the public alike with one big question: How much exactly did Pence’s counter-protest cost taxpayers? After all the scandals involving unnecessarily expensive travel by cabinet secretaries, how much taxpayer money was wasted on this stunt? https://t.co/R4SFCTCMUJ — Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) October 8, 2017 Thankfully a bunch of reporters have crunched the numbers, and revealed a hefty price tag for the vice president’s travel costs for the brief trip to and from Indiana. Read more…More about Nfl, Protests, Donald Trump, Mike Pence, and Indianapolis Colts
Let’s explore SEO practices that no longer work and find out if it’s time for you to rethink your own SEO strategy.The post 9 Reasons You Might Need to Rethink Your SEO Approach by @ChuckPrice518 appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Want more traffic and revenue? Here’s proof you don’t need a huge content team to get mind-blowingly powerful results.The post Size Doesn’t Matter: How a Small Team Can Win Big in Content Marketing by @JuliaEMcCoy appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
O.J. Simpson just got out of IRL prison and Saturday Night Live’s writers want to know: What’s it like for the convicted felon and acquitted murder suspect to be single and dating again? He lies! A lot. In dating apps and in person. Of course he does. He’s the Juice, and the Juice is loose once again. Read more… More about Entertainment, Tv, Saturday Night Live, Gal Gadot, and Kenan Thompson
The suburban shopping mall as we know it is dying. Department stores are boarding up, classic mall staples like J. Crew and Abercrombie & Fitch are on death’s door, and Americans are increasingly turning to Amazon for their shopping sprees. But in some cases, a new form of commercial center is taking shape to fill these massive buildings. Desperate to plug empty retail holes, mall owners are turning to less traditional businesses like gyms, grocery stores, and high-end restaurants to keep foot traffic flowing. SEE ALSO: The stores of the future will be full of wine, yoga, and not much else Some have even transformed parts of the buildings into office parks, medical facilities, or homes. Read more…More about Retail, E Commerce, Shopping Malls, Business, and Other