Guidelines

Google: Stick to structured data guidelines if you want the rich result

“In order to be eligible to be shown as a rich result, you need to make sure that the page uses the right structured data and that it complies with the appropriate policies on our side,” said Webmaster Trends Analyst John Mueller on the October 9 edition of #AskGoogleWebmasters. The question. “We need to use …

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Google Changes Nofollow Link Guidelines & More Recent News

Hey, everyone! Welcome back to the blog for another online advertising news round-up. We’ve got seven stories for you this week: Google changing the way it interprets nofollow links, Facebook testing in-app checkout, and more! Let’s dive in. 1. Google announces changes to nofollow links In an effort to aggregate more information and “better understand …

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Sign in With Apple and Guidelines to 3rd Party Kids Apps Relaxed

Today, Apple has updated its Review Guidelines for analytics and advertising on Kids apps at the App Store. Moreover, it added several criteria on when apps can use the ‘Sign in with Apple‘ feature. Before, apps that use a social login service, e.g., WeChat, Amazon, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google or Facebook to authenticate must also have …

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Apple makes changes to kids app guidelines after criticism from developers

A child looks at a kids app. (Ilana Panich-Linsman for The Washington Post) Apple rolled back privacy rules Thursday that developers of apps for children had said would hurt their ability to make money and improve their products. The rules, which were originally announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in June, would have prohibited apps …

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