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Five hacks to enhance your organic CTR and rankings in SERPs

By CTR, google, Increase Search Engine Rankings, meta content, organic search, ranking factors, search intent, searchenginewatch, SEO, SEO tips, SERPS

Want to improve your organic CTR without content creation or link building? Use these five strategies today to generate more site traffic while boosting search rankings.

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How to create an XML sitemap and submit it to Google

By Development, evergreen content, google, Google search console, searchenginewatch, SEO, SERPS, site architecture, technical seo, website optimization, XML, XML sitemap

Detailed information on sitemaps and the benefits of using them. This article covers how to properly create an XML sitemap using different tools and details on how you can fix existing sitemap errors.

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Google will turn some of its offices into COVID-19 vaccination sites

By cdc, coronavirus, covid-19, donations, engadget, facilities, gear, google, kirkland, new york city, News, San Francisco, vaccination

Google will convert some of its facilities into COVID-19 vaccination sites starting in New York City, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area and Kirkland, Washington. Partnering with One Medical and public health authorities, it will open “bu…

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Democrats ask Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to rework their suggestion algorithms

By conspiracy theory, engadget, facebook, gear, google, Internet, misinformation, politics, qanon, social media, Twitter, youtube

A group of more than 30 democratic lawmakers led by Representatives Tom Malinowski (D-NJ) and Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA) are calling on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to make substantive changes to their recommendation algorithms. In three separate l…

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The best deals we found this week: $40 off Google’s Pixel 4a 5G and more

By affinity designer, affinity photo, affinity publisher, Amazon, apple, Beats, commerce, engadget, engadgetdeals, gear, google, iPad, irobot, lenovo, macbook pro m1, News, pixel 4a 5g, razer, solo pro, thebuyersguide, weeklydeals

This week brought a return of some holiday sale prices, plus a few deals that are even better than those we saw late last year. Google’s Pixel 4a 5G fell to a new record-low price, while the 8th-generation iPad remains on sale for $299. If you…

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Put Bernie Sanders almost anywhere with this Google Street View app

By app, bernie sanders, engadget, entertainment, google, Google: Maps, Google: Street View, inauguration, meme, News, street view

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris might have been the headliners of Wednesday’s inauguration, but Sen. Bernie Sanders stole the show just by sitting on a chair in his winter gear. A photo of an isolated, masked Sanders wearing mitt…

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Google is investigating an AI researcher over the handling of sensitive data

By AI, artificial intelligence, Business, engadget, ethical ai, gear, google, google.ai, margaret mitchell, News, sundar pichai, timnit gebru

Google is investigating an artificial intelligence researcher after it detected that “an account had exfiltrated thousands of files” and shared them externally. Margaret Mitchell, a co-lead of the Ethical AI unit, has been locked out of Google’s corp…

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2021 Search marketing: The year of automation

By 2021, digital marketing, digital strategy, Dynamic Search Ads (DSA), google, keywords, Paid Advertising, search marketing, searchenginewatch, SERPS, strategy

Today’s SERPs are riddled with shopping ads, Quick Answers, popular products, and videos. Key elements marketers must master in 2021 to stay ahead of the search marketing curve.

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Donald Trump pardons ex-Waymo, Uber engineer Anthony Levandowski

By Anthony Levandowski, Autonomous Vehicles, Donald Trump, engadget, gear, google, News, otto, pardon, potus, self-driving car, uber, uber atg, waymo

Last year Anthony Levandowski pleaded guilty to one count of stealing materials from Google, where he was an engineer for its self-driving car efforts before leaving to found a startup that he sold to Uber. The judge said during his sentencing…

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Ways to get the most out of your Google Adwords PPC strategy

By campaign strategy, google, Google: AdWords, long-tail keywords, negative keywords, online marketing, Paid Advertising, PPC, PPC ads, PPC guide, searchenginewatch, SERPS

A brief on PPC’s benefits, PPC advertising must-haves, elements of attractive and effective PPC Ads, and optimizing your Google Adwords PPC strategy.

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Facebook and Google allegedly cut a deal that reduced ad competition

By ads, advertising, antitrust, engadget, facebook, gear, google, Internet, News, politics, Regulation, Social network, social networking

The antitrust cases against Facebook and Google might have some additional fuel. The New York Times says it has obtained documents from Texas’ antitrust lawsuit elaborating on a “sweetheart deal” (first mentioned by the Wall Street Journal) Go…

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‘Hitman 3’ players on Stadia can share playable custom setups

By engadget, gaming, google, google stadia, googlestadia, hitman, hitman 3, hitman iii, hitman3, hitmaniii, io interactive, STADIA, state share, world of assassination

Hitman III arrives next week, and those who check it out on Stadia will be able to share playable chunks of the game with others. Google is bringing state share to the entire World of Assassination trilogy when the latest entry hits Stadia on …

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The Galaxy S21 vs. the iPhone 12 Pro and the Google Pixel 5

By apple, cct tech, commerce, comparison, engadget, feature, galaxy s21, gear, google, iphone 12 pro, pixel 5, s21event, Samsung, thebuyersguide, vsthecompetition

With Mobile World Congress pushed back to the summer it seems Samsung wasn’t content to wait to unveil its new Galaxy phones, announcing them today in a virtual Galaxy Unpacked event. This year we’re looking at three models once again, with th…

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