The responsibility for ensuring full site accessibility does not lie with web devs alone. Wix has released a new tool to improve accessibility.
Study shows 60% of SaaS blog posts are NOT unique. Discover how to harness your stolen content for better SEO performance.
Facebook calls recent data leak ‘old news.’ Discover why the information is still valuable to cybercriminals and whether your data was stolen.
The Privacy Sandbox is Google’s initiative responding to third-party tools going ‘far beyond their original intent.’ Today, FLoC is launched.
Accidental typos and guestimated spellings actually train Google’s spelling algorithm. Find out how.
A new search platform gains $40 million Series B funding. Founded by ex-Google employees with headquarters down the road from the tech giant.
An in-depth look at Australia’s new code to combat Disinformation and Misinformation and why it has been called ‘pointless’ by Reset Australia.
Google specifies how they combat content fraud and vandalism, while celebrating the 20 million genuine submissions made every day.
Google accepts fine for replacing official star ratings with their own. An investigation found Google’s search engine results were ‘misleading’.
Pinterest continues to build its audience and add features to help marketers connect with Pinners as monthly active use and revenue grow.
Bing throws their hat into the ring to replace Google in Australia’s Search. A meeting has taken place amidst the News Media Bargaining Code dispute.
One year on from the COVID-19 outbreak, we take a look at popular search terms. From expected to bizarre, take a look.
Google Chrome Canary users have a new way to measure Core Web Vitals. Discover how to access the scores on your site and your competitors.
Google is fighting against Australian legislation to pay news publishers while signing an agreement to pay French publishers. What’s the difference?
Could Google stop making search available in Australia? Google warns that could happen if a new law, forcing them to pay for news content, passes.