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Apple Wants To Charge You To Boost Facebook and Instagram Posts

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Apple is poised to attach a fee when advertisers boost posts on Facebook or Instagram iOS apps, but Meta is offering a loophole.
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Google Blocked 45% More Fake Reviews In 2023 With New Algorithm

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Thanks to a new review algorithm, Google says it has become better and faster at identifying fake reviews.

New Social Media Survey Gives Insights To Reach Your Audience

YouTube and Facebook may still be the most widely used social media platforms by adults, TikTok is continuing to grow significantly.

Google To Replace a Core Web Vital Ranking Signal In March

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Google is replacing the First Input Delay Core Web Vital with the newer Interaction to Next Paint signal on March 12.
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What’s Changing The Updated SEO Starter Guide From Google?

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Google is planning to update its SEO Starter Guide, and now we have an idea what type of changes will be made in the new version.

LinkedIn Launches Sponsored Articles For Brands

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LinkedIn is introducing a new feature called Sponsored Articles that allows brands to turn articles they publish on the site into ads that will reach wider audiences. The goal is to provide a way for users to engage with sponsored content…
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TikTok Continues to Become a Search Engine Alternative

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New research from Adobe indicates that more and more people are turning to TikTok to find information, music, recipes, and other things we used to rely on traditional search engines for.

Google’s Danny Sullivan Responds To Claims That Rich Results Steal Content

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A lead Google spokesperson gave a surprising response to claims that the search engine stole content from a publisher without providing any benefit to the publisher’s website.

Threads Gets Its Own Version of Hashtags

Meta’s Twitter replacement, Threads, has added a new way to sort and explore content called “topic tags”.