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10% of Twitter Users are Creating 80% of Tweets

A study on Twitter usage among US adults finds a disproportionate amount of users are responsible for the greatest share of tweets. The study from Pew Research Center also analyzes the demographics and attitudes of Twitter’s most active users. Findings from the study are based on survey responses from 2,791 US adult Twitter users. Key Findings More […]

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New Chrome Feature May Hurt Publisher Revenues

Google informally announced a new feature coming to Chrome. It will allow lazy-loading images and iframes with an HTML attribute, no JavaScript required. It will improve the user experience, which is good for publishers and site visitors. But there is also a potential negative impact to ad revenues. What is the Loading Attribute? Native lazy-loading […]

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6 Tips for Building an SEO + UX-Minded Main Navigation

Architecting an effective website can be an arduous task. It begs the question, where should one start? This can also be asked of simply improving an existing site to provide better content pathways, usher conversions or portray content importance to crawling search engines. The answer: your main navigation. Website main navigations are like snowflakes. You […]

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Google’s Gary Illyes Urges SEOs to Stick to the Basics

More than once during his recent AMA on Reddit, Google’s Gary Illyes advised SEOs to stick to the basics. In particular, that means making sites more crawlable. A question was asked about his thoughts on the future of SEO and what will continue to play a role in ranking websites. Illyes responded by emphatically stating that […]

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The Secret Life of Backlinks

This is a sponsored post written by SE Ranking. The opinions expressed in this article are the sponsor’s own. Backlinks are the backbone of your website – the stronger they are, the better the position of your website. However, even the slightest change in your backlink profile – like the link disappears or a malicious one being […]

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