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You Can Rely on Bitly: Service Continuity Plan for COVID-19 - Bitly

You Can Rely on Bitly: Service Continuity Plan for COVID-19 – Bitly

In light of global events related to COVID-19, we want to reaffirm our commitment to ensuring Bitly products and services are up and running for our customers. We understand our customers and users rely on Bitly to share critical content and communications with their audience, especially in times like these. To mitigate potential disruptions to …

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The Dirty Little Featured Snippet Secret: Where Humans Rely on Algorithmic Intervention [Case Study]

The Dirty Little Featured Snippet Secret: Where Humans Rely on Algorithmic Intervention [Case Study]

I recently finished a project where I was tasked to investigate why a site (that receives over one million organic visits per month) does not rank for any featured snippets. This is obviously an alarming situation, since ~15% of all result pages, according to the MozCast, have a featured snippet as a SERP feature. The project …

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Health and Medical Sites Rely on Google for 87% of Their Traffic

Last Updated on October 17, 2019 How Health and Medical Websites Rely on Google The nature of the topic of health makes Google a very valuable tool for medical professionals running their own health and medical sites. Prospective patients turn to the largest search engine in the world to find more information about their health …

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Customers Rely on Reviews for Purchases, But Only 32% of Businesses Use Them According to New Survey

WASHINGTON, Oct. 24, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Consumers and businesses rely on online reviews to guide their purchasing decisions. Less than one third of businesses, however, invest in collecting and promoting client reviews (32%) and case studies (23%), according to a new survey of 501 businesses using inbound marketing from Visual Objects, a portfolio website.Research from …

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Hideo Kojima’s games rely on sexist tropes — and Death Stranding will probably be no different

This article was originally published by Super Jump Magazine, an independent publication all about celebrating great video games and their creators through carefully-crafted, in-depth featured produced by a diverse team of games journalists, designers, and enthusiasts. Death Stranding, the long-awaited first game from Hideo Kojima after his split from Konami, is on its way. And with each …

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Voice Assistants Alexa, Bixby, Google Assistant and Siri Rely on Wikipedia and Yelp to Answer Many Common Questions about Brands

on July 11, 2019 at 10:52 am Consumers are increasing employing search through voice assistants and those queries extend to questions about brands. In the Voice Assistant SEO Report for Brands published this week by Voicebot in collaboration with Magic + Co., a key finding of note is the particular importance …

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Why You Shouldn’t Rely Too Much on Marketing Best Practices

More than two decades ago, Michael Porter warned about the dangers of relying on benchmarking and “best practices” to produce business success. In a landmark article in the Harvard Business Review, Porter drew a sharp distinction between operational effectiveness – which often involves identifying and implementing best practices – and real business strategy. Porter argued …

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Younger users rely on snippets and knowledge panel, often don’t click, survey says

A new consumer survey about Google SERP engagement, from Path Interactive, finds organic search results still dominate user attention but younger searchers are more inclined to look to content in Featured Snippets and the Knowledge Panel without clicking through to third-party sites. This phenomenon has been dubbed “no-click” search results and is a worrying trend for many publishers. The …

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