In the first of a six-part series on negative SEO and its effect on links, content and user signals, contributor Joe Sinkwitz sets the tone by dispelling myths and providing definitions of key concepts. The post What negative SEO is and is not appeared first on Marketing Land. Please visit Marketing Land for the full […]
Looking for insights into newer markup options and advanced structured data? SMXpert Alexis Sanders shares additional pointers to help you refine, update and optimize your content. The post Ask the SMXpert: SEO markup and structured data appeared first on Marketing Land. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
In order to be the best, you need to train with the best. Join us at Search Engine Land’s SMX® Advanced June 11-13 in Seattle for the opportunity to do just that. SMX Advanced has sold out every year for the past 10 years, and we’re on track to sell out in the three weeks […]
Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. The post Marketing Day: Quora’s native image ads, DAA’s ‘PoliticalAd’ icon & the story of data appeared first on Marketing Land. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
YouTube Music will include skippable and non-skippable in-stream ads. The post YouTube’s new streaming music service to start rolling out this week appeared first on Marketing Land. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Columnist Peter Minnium explains the increasingly important field of HCI and its effect on the marketing environment. The post Human-computer interaction and digital advertising appeared first on Marketing Land. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
There are no shortcuts to greatness and no smartphone maker knows this more than Chinese startup OnePlus. To fully understand and appreciate the company’s new OnePlus 6 Android smartphone, we need to take a brief trip back a couple of years. In 2014, the company nobody had heard of had, against all odds, successfully launched […]
We’re willing to bet that many people who purchased the Echo Dot — Amazon’s adorable hockey puck of a personal assistant — did so under the assumption that they’d be able to take it anywhere. It’s so small, so why not move it around the house or put it in your pocket and bring it […]