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    Google announces beta testing of ‘Search Console Insights’

    Posted on August 18, 2020

    Yesterday, search giant Google announced a new feature via Twitter, which is being tested by beta users: Search Console Insights.

    Google claims that this new feature will provide content creators with an easier way of understanding how the content they publish resonates with their users. In its official announcement, it said: (more…)

    Posted by Emily Jones

    Facebook to give users control of viewing page content

    Posted on August 17, 2020

    Facebook appears to be changing the way users view the content of pages they follow, giving them the option to control what forms of content they see.

    On Friday, social media consultants Matt Navarra and Akram Alodini shared what appears to be a new filtration system for Facebook users, wherein they can alter their ‘follow settings’ and choose (more…)

    Posted by Emily Jones

    Google trials virtual business cards in India

    Posted on August 14, 2020

    Search giant Google has begun testing ‘people cards’, a form of virtual business card that appears in the search results when (more…)

    Posted by Alan Littler

    Study reveals few websites meet Google’s Core Web Vitals

    Posted on August 13, 2020

    Last month, Google announced its latest ranking factor change, Core Web Vitals. We covered what they are, when they’re being released and everything else we know so far here. Now, new data from a study by Screaming Frog has revealed that less than 15% of websites actually meet the criteria set and can pass a (more…)

    Posted by Emily Jones

    Google glitch sparks worldwide horror

    Posted on August 12, 2020

    In the early hours of yesterday morning, Google experienced what many people thought was a dramatic, disastrous update to the search engine. Fortunately, this has since proven to have been a glitch, but not before uproar was seen across the SEO world.

    The glitch was experienced by users worldwide, encompassing all languages. Outrage was most vocally expressed by (more…)

    Posted by Emily Jones

    DuckDuckGo claims Google market share would drop if users given choice

    Posted on August 11, 2020

    Search engine DuckDuckGo has recently released user research arguing that Google would see its market share decline by around 20% if users were presented with a screen displaying an option of (more…)

    Posted by Alan Littler

    WordPress Divi theme compromised

    Posted on August 10, 2020

    Researchers at WordFence have recently discovered a security weakness in WordPress’ Elegant Themes Divi, the Divi Builder plugin and Extra themes.

    What is the vulnerability?

    In essence, this vulnerability allows users with either editing or publishing authorisation to upload harmful files onto a site. In order to do so, a user’s login would first have to be compromised – assuming that (more…)

    Posted by Emily Jones

    People are not just Googling about the pandemic!

    Posted on August 7, 2020

    With 2020 being a year defined by the outbreak of COVID-19, it can be easy to think there’s nothing else to talk about and that everyone’s use of the internet is being dictated by their virus-related needs and (more…)

    Posted by John Murray
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