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While the spread of misinformation has been in the spotlight recently, it’s nothing new to the internet. However, with recent booms, social media platforms and search engines alike are implementing tools in an attempt to fight the spread.
Google and Pinterest are two of the most popular search engines in the world. While they both offer a wide range of features, there are some key differences between them. Here are some of the most notable differences between Google and Pinterest.
Greenwashing makes it harder to stand out as an eco-friendly brand. However, you can do so by optimizing your environmentally conscious content for search engines. Stay within your niche and cater to eco-conscious consumers at the same time.
Person-first content helps your SEO by appealing to the broadest audience possible. You’ll see dynamic keyword usage, improved UX, and a higher level of consistency, all of which can help improve website rankings.
Despite its status as the world’s dominant search engine — or perhaps because of this — people routinely claim that Google search results, SERP construction, or the brand as a whole are all getting worse. But exactly how, or compared to what? The answers vary depending on the critic.
As one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, Instagram can be a very effective marketing and SEO tool for businesses. Advertising on Instagram is relatively easy and affordable, but there are several things all marketing professionals should know before they get started.
If you’re reading this, it’s probably not on a Google SERP. Over half the time, Google generates its own description, although social apps may use it to preview shared posts. However, character display limit variations and no search ranking impact mean the meta just isn’t that important to SEO.