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While creating a professional website requires skills that the average person doesn’t have, ANYONE can edit and maintain a WordPress website. Fortunately, there’s a publishing platform available with the right balance of functionality, flexibility, cost, and support to match hand-coded websites and it also outperforms the...

Google Updates Search Engine Rules, Will Rank Sites Based on Their Mobile Versions First by Catalin Cimpanu ALL Wordpress Website are Mobile-Ready! Google announced on late Friday afternoon plans to use a website's mobile version as the primary content source for ranking sites for its search engine's results, in...

Facebook’s Feed Now Punishes Pages That Ask For Likes Or Share Reruns. Share unique, interesting content and you’ll be fine! Thanks for keeping it real Facebook!

You’re not clever enough to fool Facebook. Asking users to “Like this post!”, sharing the same link or photo over and over, or bait-and-switching people with links to ad-filled sites will now get your Page’s reach in News Feed destroyed, the company said today. Share unique, interesting content and you’ll be fine.

Last week I wrote a deep guide to why Facebook’s Page reach is naturally declining and how News Feed works. The truth is that there are more and more Pages and friends competing for the finite amount of time people spend reading the feed. Increasing competition plus limited attention equals decreasing reach.

It's best to keep informed or you'll lose out!

Last fall, Google rolled out one of its largest changes of the past decade - an entirely new search algorithm, nicknamed "Hummingbird." In contrast to the past updates, Panda and Penguin, which modified existing search algorithms and affected roughly 2 to 5 percent of search queries, Hummingbird is believed to have affected nearly 90 percent of all queries and dramatically changed the way the engine processes user requests.