Twitter is adding a ‘Subscribe’ button to peoples’ profiles that will allow users to quickly sign up for newsletters.
WooCommerce has launched an extension that allows all 4.4 million merchants to easily upload their product inventory to Google for free.
Google’s John Mueller says, in some cases, it’s possible to forward ranking signals from an old page to a new page without a 301 redirect.
SEO software provider Moz has been acquired by email marketing company iContact with plans to continue offering both sets of tools.
LinkedIn says there’s more demand for marketers now than ever, and new job postings are shifting toward remote positions.
Google is releasing a broad core algorithm update today on June 2, 2021. This will be followed by another core update in July.
Google is updating the new regular expression (regex) filter in the Search Console performance report to support expressions that don’t match regex.
Google’s John Mueller advises site owners that deleting a sitemap won’t prevent URLs from being crawled in the future.
Google is now letting users password protect the Web & App Activity page, which contains their history of web searches and usage of Google Maps.
Facebook and Instagram users can now prevent others from seeing how many likes they receive on posts.
YouTube does not automatically remove videos or penalize channels for receiving a certain number of flags. All content goes through the same review process.
Google is retiring the generic rich results search appearance in Search Console performance reports, as there are now individual filters for most rich result types.
Google is adding new data to Search Console to help site owners track the appearance of practice problems and math solvers rich results.
Google’s Martin Splitt offers last minute guidance to SEOs who are working hard to get ready for the Page Experience update.