Google’s John Mueller speaks on whether it’s okay to publish charts as images, or if it’s more beneficial to use HTML.
TikTok is taking the first steps toward paying users for content with the launch of a $200 million “creator fund.”
YouTube is rolling out a new metric in the channel analytics section that shows creators how much revenue they’re earning relative to video views.
People are downloading more apps, adopting new apps at a faster rate, and spending more time within apps according to data from a new report.
A new report on Pinterest search trends reveals which topics are seeing a spike in popularity during the summer months of 2020.
Facebook posts that receive the most engagement are usually seen by a small percentage of people, says Facebook’s Head of News Feed.
Facebook Live and Messenger Rooms are coming together to make it possible for 50-person group chats to be broadcast live.
Google is making it free for retailers to sell products in search results by waiving fees for sales made via the ‘Buy on Google’ option.
Facebook is bringing fundraisers for personal causes to the Instagram platform, which small businesses can utilize to raise money.
There’s currently an issue with the ‘site:’ command in Google Search that may fail to show a site’s indexed content.
Google Search Console has been updated with a new type of filter that lets site owners isolate traffic and impressions generated by the News tab.
Google’s John Mueller answers a question about using robots.txt to block special files, including .css and .htacess.
Facebook is expanding Messenger’s screen sharing capability, first available on desktop, to the iOS and Android mobile apps.
Facebook is reportedly planning to bring Instagram Reels, a direct competitor to TikTok, to the US in August.
Google prefers ranking content from YouTube over other video sources, according to a new report in the Wall Street Journal.