Google’s John Mueller goes over three possible reasons why a website’s structured data is not generating rich results in search.
Google’s John Mueller says it’s normal if 30-40% of URLs in a site’s Search Console report are returning 404 errors.
In the first ever peer-reviewed study on Zoom fatigue, Stanford researchers expose the psychological consequences of being on video calls for hours a day.
Twitter presents a first look at a new feature called Super Follow which lets users pay a monthly fee in exchange for premium content.
Facebook Groups, and online communities in general, are becoming more prevalent in peoples’ lives according to data from a new research study.
LinkedIn is reportedly planning to launch a new service this fall where users can find and hire freelance professionals.
Google Search Console has a new and enhanced Associations page which will carry over all existing associations.
A new report shows user-generated content, such as photos uploaded by customers, plays a significant role in purchase decisions.
Exploits detected in the Ninja Forms plugin for WordPress, installed on over a million sites, can lead to a complete site takeover if not patched.
Google’s John Mueller answers questions about SEO best practices for news websites, particularly as it relates to publishing shorter articles.
Google’s John Mueller says the total number of backlinks a website has doesn’t matter at all to the search algorithm.
Google tries to distinguish press releases from other types of content and may treat them differently in search results, says Search Advocate John Mueller.
Google is hosting the first installment of a new event series, called Search Central Live, on February 24.
YouTube is giving creators a new set of tools that make it easy to compare the performance of multiple videos over a period of time.