Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today…
Facebook and Instagram users can now prevent others from seeing how many likes they receive on posts. The post Facebook & Instagram Users Can Hide Their Like Counts appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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Amazon Alexa’s recognition makes understanding and optimizing for Alexa extra necessary than ever. Here is every little thing you want to know. The put up The Full Information to Amazon Alexa search engine marketing appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
B2B targeting on Facebook can be effective, despite popular belief. Here are the audiences and tactics you should know to drive results. The post B2B Targeting on Facebook: Audiences & Tactics That Work appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
As you know, when the page experience update launches, AMP will no longer be a requirement for showing up in top stories. The buzz in the SEO news world is what will you do, will you remove the AMP pages, will you keep the old ones, will you keep going with AMP, what will you […]
Google announced it is removing the generic rich result filter from the Google Search Console performance report search appearance section. That means, you will no longer to see in general how well rich results are performing on your site. Instead, you will drill into each individual rich result that your site supports to see how […]
If you search for [pfizer mrna] on Google Search on your desktop, you won’t see any free organic listings. At least I cannot and many others cannot see any results. I do seem them on mobile but only after I click on the “more results” button, but that button is not available on desktop.