Google is rolling out a Core Algorithm Update, that will be known as “May 2020 Core Update”, this is the second core update that they roll out this year.
Google lost an important case in France. Now Google is obliged to compensate French news publishers for the use of their content.
Pinterest has seen a surge in traffic due to quarantine measures taken around the world in connection with COVID-2019.
Facebook added a new element to the Ad Manager this week called Experiments. This new feature will help you centralize all of your tests and Facebook advertising results, making it easier to track and analyze.
Two new features for Google Search Console, which will let website owners have a more granular control over the information that they receive about their website performance on their inboxes.
Google announced today that by September 2020 they will use mobile-first indexing for all websites, so far 70% of all the websites are already shifted over, and meantime they will continue to move sites when the system detects that the website is ready.
Yes, this it’s not clickbait, tomorrow (there is not a precise hour) some TLS certificates issued by Let’s Encrypt will be revoked due a bug in the Certificate Authority Authorization (CAA), this will affect only 2.6% of the 116 million active certificates issued by Let’s Encrypt.
Wordfence informed today they found out on February 13 a vulnerability on the WordPress plugin wpCentral installed on over 60,000 sites, that allows the attacker to register as a subscriber and then gain access as administrator.
Last week the SEO community was chattering about a possible update in the Google Search Algorithm because there are signs that make us think that this is a huge algorithm update.
Google Chrome announced today that they will begin to apply the new standards for video ads that were announced today by the Coalition for Better Ads, this coalition helps companies like Google to determine which ads are the most intrusive for users based on feedback from around the world.