Facebook is rolling out support for AMP as part of its open source Instant Articles software development kit. The company’s new SDK will have an extension that allows publishers to create content in the Instant Articles, AMP, and Apple News format. Support for Google’s AMP will be rolled out first, with support for Apple News […]
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In 2016, Google rolled Panda into its core algorithm. What this means for webmasters is that a website can be hit by (and recover from) a content penalty at any time. But, more problematically, it also means it’s becoming impossible to diagnose why a website has dropped in rankings. Google ultimately does not want us […]
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Posted by STMartin It’s no secret that reply rate is the golden metric of email campaigns. The reason is obvious. As opposed to open and click rate, reply rate tracks how many recipients were interested (or annoyed) enough to actually write you back. For guest blogging and email outreach, your reply rate will determine your […]