Starting February 1, Twitter users will be able to appeal account suspensions for evaluations based on new criteria for reinstatement. The post Twitter Introduces New Appeal Process For Suspended Accounts appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Google Ads introduces account-level negative keywords worldwide, providing advertisers with greater brand safety and suitability. The post New Google Ads Feature: Account-Level Negative Keywords appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Google Analyst Gary Illyes offers guidance on large robots.txt files, the SEO impact of website redesigns, and the correct use of rel-canonical tags. The post Google’s Gary Illyes Answers Your SEO Questions On LinkedIn appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
How does identity affect digital advertising, and what does that experience look like in 2023? Nancy Marzouk explains in this SEJ Show episode. The post Identity & Custom User Experiences – How ID Helps Convert [Podcast] appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Find out why sitelink assets (formerly sitelink extensions) are my favorite feature and how to use them in Google Ads. The post Sitelink Assets (Extensions) Best Practices & Examples appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
While these practices sound familiar, you cannot go wrong with the basics. Follow these top 7 tips into the new year and bring in traffic. The post 7 Content Marketing Best Practices In 2023 appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
For subscription-model-based businesses such as yours, pivot your SEO strategy to maintain performance and return on investment using this guide. The post Sustaining A SaaS Brand & Organic Channel During A Recession appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
A review of ethical concerns regarding how ChatGPT and other large language models use web content without attribution The post Is ChatGPT Use Of Web Content Fair? appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
The mass exodus from Twitter is a challenge for digital advertisers, especially with the Super Bowl coming up. Here’s what you should know. The post Where Are The Advertisers Leaving Twitter Going For The Super Bowl? appeared first on Search Engine Journal.