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Twitter Will Let You Add a 'Subscribe' Button To Your Profile

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Twitter is making it possible to drive newsletter sign ups straight from your profile through recently acquired company Revue.

Instagram Makes It Easier To Set Up Online Shops and Share Affiliate Links

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By partnering up with a range of online marketplaces, Instagram is making it easier for brands and creators to establish shops that are directly accessible in the social network, as well as introducing new features for affiliate links and other…
Google Blog Posts Vs Other Web Pages

Does Google Rank Blog Posts Differently Than Other Parts Of Your Site?

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Despite the difference in how the pages are used and thought of, Google’s John Mueller says the search engine sees no difference between “blog posts” and “web pages.”
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Google Begins Rolling Out First Of Two-Part Core Update

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While announcing they were rolling out a broad core update, Google revealed it is just the first part of two.
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Snapchat Finally Introduces Public Profiles For Businesses

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Snapchat has finally given brands an official presence on the platform with Public Profiles for Businesses.

LinkedIn Launches New Event Ads and "Boosted" Organic Posts

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LinkedIn is expanding its advertising options for brands and entrepreneurs with new Event Ads and the ability to “Boost” organic posts from your page.
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Google's New Page Experience Advice Gives Insight On the Impending Update

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Google's Martin Splitt suggests some brands could survive the upcoming Page Experience ranking signal update.

Google's Page Experience Ranking Update Is Coming To Desktop After All

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Google’s upcoming Page Experience ranking update - initially believed to be exclusive to mobile search - will also be coming to desktop search results in the future.
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Leaked Previews Detail The Upcoming Twitter Paid Subscription Service

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New data extracted from the Twitter app gives us the clearest picture so far of what the company’s upcoming subscription service will look like.