New features are rolling out to Facebook Messenger and Instagram DMs that allow users to be more expressive in how they communicate.
Facebook rolls out Neighborhoods, a new feature within the main app that offers many capabilities similar to Nextdoor.
Twitter furthers its plans toward developing subscription offerings with the acquisition of Scroll, a service that removes ads from news sites for a monthly fee.
Twitter Spaces, a feature which allows users to participate in live audio chats, is now available to everyone with 600 followers or more.
People are eagerly awaiting post-pandemic life, as evidenced by Pinterest search trends, with Gen Z taking the lead for greatest increase in search volume.
Creative Commons Search is joining WordPress, which will help keep the search engine of free-to-use images running for the foreseeable future.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg shares details about new features coming to Instagram that will allow creators to get paid for their content.
Google Search Console is now letting site owners report indexing issues with the click of a button.
As search trends show a renewed interest in travel, Google is adding new features to help people find the safest ways to travel.
It’s now possible for YouTube creators to change the name of their channel without changing the name on their Google account.
Google’s John Mueller describes a technique called reconciliation which is used to recognize when different content across the web belongs to the same author.
Facebook is sharing plans on how it plans to give users more of what they want to see in their news feeds.
Google has updated its official Web Stories plugin for WordPress with the ability to embed content on webpages.
Google’s John Mueller answers a question regarding the accuracy of the average position metric which appears in the search performance report in Search Console.
Pinterest is giving content owners greater control over their intellectual property with a tool that lets them claim copyright and decide how images are used.
Google’s John Mueller says the launch of the Page Experience update creates opportunities for SEOs to start side hustles, provided they level up their skills.
Google’s Search Liaison, Danny Sullivan, explains the two reasons why content gets removed from search results.
Google is pushing back the launch of its Page Experience algorithm update, which will see the Core Web Vitals become ranking signals, to mid-June.
Facebook is rolling out several updates for businesses which include the ability to schedule stories across Facebook and Instagram.
LinkedIn users can now address gaps in employment history with profile options to indicate when life events such as a parental leave or sabbatical occurred.
Google’s John Mueller advises site owners to be careful not to block Googlebot if they choose to block traffic from an entire country.
Pinterest implements a mandatory code of conduct, called the Creator Code, aimed at maintaining a positive experience for all users.
More adults in the US use YouTube than any other social network, according to a study from Pew Research Center.
Google’s latest Lighting Talks video focusing on doing SEO for web stories and tracking how they perform in search.
Today Google launches the product reviews search algorithm update, designed to rank well-researched, in-depth content over brief product summaries.
Yelp’s latest local economic impact report reveals that searches for diverse businesses grew significantly over the past year.