For the person doing the Googling, Google Quick Answer Boxes are great—they provide concise, simple answers to a wide range of search queries and places them right at the top of the search engine’s first page.
Has your Facebook feed been acting a little funny lately? It could be the work of the new Facebook 360 Photos feature that developers released in June 2016.
A 360 photo is a lot like what it sounds like: an immersive photo that places the viewer in the middle of the action. Think of it as panoramic photography, just beefed up a bit. The beauty of the 360 photo is that the viewer can interact with the photo by rotating/tilting their phone—by doing so it gives the experience of watching a video. It might remind you a bit like Google Street View. This is a handy photo-viewing feature since a normal panoramic photo would in no way ever fit on the screens of our handheld devices.
About 20 years ago, as the Internet was really taking off, businesses flocked to the idea of having a website. And as more and more businesses got on board, the Internet got crowded – fast. There became a desperate need for a way to catalog all of the information that was being published at breakneck speed. Search engines worked fine, but they weren’t great. They weren’t robust enough, and websites weren’t detailed enough. Things were still in their infancy. Enter the online business directory.
In order for your YouTube videos to be found and end up in your search engine results, you will need to do some SEO optimization when you upload your video. This post will explain how to optimize your YouTube video for SEO with a step by step guide.
Since its inception in 2007, BrightEdge has quickly emerged as the industry’s leading enterprise SEO platform. BrightEdge offers insights in to current search visibility, recommendations for improving that visibility, and opportunities for further improvement. This three-pronged approach allows a marketing team to fully rely on the platform for all areas of digital marketing.