This wasn’t supposed to be how it ended. What should have been a triumphant finish to a momentous career ended in injury when Usain Bolt fell to the track in the midst of his last-ever race at the IAAF World Championships in London on Saturday. SEE ALSO: Usain Bolt’s favorite fitness app is Kevin Hart’s Snapchat Bolt had apparently developed a cramp in his left hamstring just after taking the baton in his anchor leg of the 4×100 relay and was unable to finish. The United Kingdom went on to win the race, and America and Japan took second and third as Bolt’s teammates helped him limp off of the track. Read more…More about Usain Bolt, Entertainment, and Sports
Messaging via Google My Business is now rolling out to all businesses in the United States.The post Google My Business Messaging Coming to All US-based Businesses by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
If your website isn’t optimized to meet basic accessibility standards, now is the time. Here’s how to do it.The post Give Your SEO a Boost With These 12 Accessibility Improvements by @tamar appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Virtual reality has great potential. Here are a few tips to plan out your content marketing strategy for VR.The post How to Prepare Your Content Strategy for Virtual Reality by @DholakiyaPratik appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Here are a few interesting ways you can use Twitter polls to help drive more engagement.The post 6 Interesting Ways You Can Use Twitter Polls by @wonderwall7 appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
It turns out that the Philippines’ Manny Pacquiao will not be fighting British pro Amir Khan, after all. The two headlining boxers had initially agreed to a $38 million offer to fight in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in April. SEE ALSO: So much for that rematch: Mayweather reverses, calls Pacquiao ‘sore loser’ The offer, which was made an unnamed group of investors in the UAE, has been revealed to be fake. Pacquiao and Khan had earlier posted details of the fight on their Twitter feeds last week, with Khan saying that his team had “agreed terms” with Pacquiao. My team an I have agreed terms with Manny Pacquiao and his team for a super fight #pacquiaokhan #April23rd — Amir Khan (@amirkingkhan) February 26, 2017 Read more… More about Amir Khan, Manny Pacquiao, Boxing, Philippines, and World
Google, along with other search companies, are close to finalizing an agreement to implement an anti-piracy code for search results.The post Google to Implement Anti-Piracy Code in Search Results by June 1st by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Google has released an update for the Maps app on Android with the unique ability to display information about parking difficulty.The post Google Maps on Android Now Shows How Difficult it is to Find Parking by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Work productivity software just got a little more integrated. Atlassian, the workplace software company behind JIRA, HipChat and Confluence, announced Monday it has acquired Trello, adding to its portfolio of tools for team collaboration and project management. SEE ALSO: Grab an Uber without leaving the chatroom with Slack competitor, HipChat Atlassian is acquiring Trello for $425 million, with $360 million in cash and the rest in shares. Trello is expected to remain as a standalone service. Trello had previously raised around $10.4 million in venture capital, according to Crunchbase. “We’re giving teams more choice in the tools they use to support the way they want to work. Trello will become an important part of the Atlassian portfolio, offering a fun, new way for teams to organize the often messy range of information that feeds into great teamwork,” Jay Simons, president of Atlassian, wrote in an email to Mashable. Read more…More about Worksheet, Work Tool, Slack, Apps And Software, and Tech
What do a 24-year-old kid from Perth, Australia, and the 44th President of the United States have in common? Quite a bit actually, if you ask the Aussie actor of Netflix’s upcoming biopic Barry. Like the young Barack Obama, who he plays, Devon Terrell is on a journey of self-discovery. And thanks to Obama, he’s learning a lot. SEE ALSO: Aussie Devon Terrell nails a young Obama in full length ‘Barry’ trailer Barry centres on the life of Obama as a young Columbia University student in racially-charged New York of the early ’80s. Emigrating from Indonesia in 1971, the child of a white American woman and a Kenyan man, Obama deals with issues of belonging in Barry — based partly on his account of the period in the memoir Dreams From My Father. Read more…More about Australia, Barry, Film, Netflix, and Devon Terrell