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Introduced in 2019, the before: and after: search operators help you find webpages that were published during a specific time period.
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Firefox Total Cookie Protection blocks all cookies from tracking users across the Internet, while preserving website functionality and a good user experience
In this post, you’ll learn how to use different tools to export Google search results to a spreadsheet, including relevant keyword data.
WordPress proposal takes aim at improving security and performance of third party plugins
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WordPress managed web hosting company WP Engine acquires Delicious Brains, makers of plugins used by about 4 million users
Inlinks launches keyword topic and content planning tool that speeds up the content creation process
WordPress 6.0, code named ‘Arturo,’ is rolling out with nearly a thousand improvements and new features.
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Meta Facebook Transparency Report shows that the most popular content might not be what you think it is.
Google published details of a breakthrough technology that significantly improves Google’s newest cutting edge algorithms
Google’s John Mueller explains how to use FAQ structured data in everyday content that is not formatted as an FAQ
Updated support page adds a new troubleshooting section for helping diagnose why Google is rewriting title tags
New metrics improve feedback on server-related speed and provides a more comprehensive representation of page performance than previously available
Expand the research process beyond search volume in order to keep up with how search engines rank content today. Here’s how.
Google’s Digital Marketing Training Course recommends a maximum 2% keyword density, a minimum word count and where to seed keywords on web pages
Google’s Search Advocate John Mueller is asked if “plagiarizing” one’s own content was okay. Mueller’s response teaches a valuable lesson.