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.
Google’s John Mueller advises that changing publishing dates on web pages will not improve search rankings if no significant changes were made to the content.
Google Search Console gets two new features designed to improve the efficiency of analyzing data in reports.
Yahoo Answers comes to a close on May 4 with no plans to provide an archive of the website’s 16 years of content.
YouTube is allowing ads to run on more types of content, which will expand the monetization opportunities for content creators.
Facebook is giving users more control over their experience on the website with changes to post comments and news feed filters.
Google’s John Mueller answers a mixed bag of SEO questions in rapid fire style in the latest video on the Google Search Central channel.
LinkedIn is updating user profiles with the ability to add introduction videos, and rolling out an all-new ‘Creator’ mode.
Google is adding more information to Search and Maps about businesses that offer options for grocery delivery and pickup.
Google’s John Mueller advises site owners that mobile-friendliness is not the same as ready for mobile-first indexing.
Google’s John Mueller says there’s no benefit to having an artificially flat URL structure compared to one that shows directory depth.
Search Advocate John Mueller stresses that Google is most concerned with expertise, authoritativeness, and trustworthiness (E-A-T) when ranking content that deals with health & finance.
Google’s John Mueller says the search engine’s recommendation to maintain parity between AMP and canonical HTML pages does not apply to ads.
Google is adding support for a new type of schema markup with the introduction of rich results for education sites.
Google advises site owners that the use of buttons on web pages is not optimal as Googlebot is not able to click on them.
Instagram users will soon be able to create stories and save them as drafts to publish later, the company confirms in an announcement.
Pinterest’s latest report on recent search trends show that people are more interested in travel now than they were before the pandemic.
Google provides guidance to SEOs and ecommerce site owners on best practices for providing the search engine with accurate information about products.
A new, free tool for SEOs tracks what percentage of Google search results pages in the US contain local packs.
Twitter confirms it’s testing long requested updates to publishing tweets with photos, and working on YouTube integration for a better video experience.
Facebook is launching three updates aimed at helping creators of video content make more money.
YouTube Shorts is rolling out in the US as part of a beta launch that will see creation tools added to the mobile app.
YouTube is now letting creators see how many people subscribe to their channel with a new counter that updates in real-time.