What is Google’s misrepresentative content policy and how does it affect you? Google’s John Brown sheds light on this policy.The post What Google’s Misrepresentative Content Means for AdSense Publishers by @admanjaybee appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Google has introduced a new type of AdSense ad unit called “Native ads,” which may be violating its own policies.The post Do Google’s New AdSense Native Ads Violate Its Own Policies? by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Google is expanding its “Fact Check” tag to search results and news articles worldwide.The post Google Expands “Fact Check” Tag to Search Results and News Articles Worldwide by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
One of the biggest digital ad services has banned Breitbart News from its platform for violating its rules against hate speech. AppNexus said Tuesday that it decided to look into the conservative outlet’s content after receiving several complaints following Donald Trump’s appointment of Breitbart chairman Stephen Bannon as chief strategist. SEE ALSO: White House, meet white nationalist: Steve Bannon gets top Trump job The company’s audit team found several instances of language they thought had the potential to incite violence. Like many other big ad networks, AppNexus bars sites that traffic in unsavory activities like hate speech, pornography or media pirating. Read more…More about Breitbart, Appnexus, Business, Advertising, and Media
Let’s explore Facebook Instant Articles: how they work, what changes publishers have to make, and how those changes could affect SEO for their website.The post Will Facebook Instant Articles Affect #SEO? by @ab80 appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Google’s Head of Publisher Policy Communications, John Brown, answers YOUR questions about AdSense. This month: mobile ads and handling ad blockers.The post #AskTheAdSenseGuy: Google’s Recommendations for Effective Mobile Ads and Handling AdBlockers by @admanjaybee appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
We are excited to announce that Yext has joined SEJ Summit as the first partner in our 2016 conference series!The post Yext to Partner With #SEJSummit 2016 by @jrdoog appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Give your podcast a little extra umph with these ten WordPress plugins.The post 10 Awesome #WordPress Plugins for Podcasters by @albertcostill appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
BuzzFeed announced today their launch of the “BuzzFeed Open Lab for Journalism Technology and the Arts.”The post BuzzFeed Announces New R+D Arm Called “Open Lab” by @AllieGrayFree appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Facebook has announced the launch of a new way to read and consume content in a way that promises to be a vast improvement over the experience found in Facebook’s mobile app. The company says web articles take an average of 8 seconds to load on Facebook’s app, which is the slowest of any single content type. In order to improve this experience for readers and publishers alike, Facebook is introducing Instant Articles — a tool that can load articles as much as ten times faster than standard mobile web articles. In addition, Instant Answers promises to offer a richer […]The post Facebook Introduces Instant Articles: A Faster, Richer Content Reading Experience by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.