Tag Archives: AMA

AMA with Google highlights: The core search algorithm update, mobile-first index status & more

From nofollow links to negative SEO, the core search algorithm and Google showing zero search results — catch up on what Google’s Nathan Johns had to say at SMX West.

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Reddit News: Interest Targeting Coming to Reddit Ads and Spoiler Tags by @brentcsutoras

Reddit CEO Steve Huffman held an AMA style update through a self-post on /r/announcements yesterday, October 26, 2016, to announce a handful of new things they are working on, and also answer some questions. One particular update was worth noting, as they appear to be launching ‘Interest Targeting’ into Reddit Ads, which would “allow advertisers to target audiences based on a handful of predefined interests (e.g. sports, gaming, music, etc.), which will be informed by which communities they frequent. A targeted ad is more relevant to users and more valuable to advertisers.” It doesn’t appear to be available in the Ad […]

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The AMA With Google Brain Team Teaches Us Google Won’t Talk About RankBrain

As you know, Google hosted an AMA with the Google Brain Team yesterday on Reddit and I went through the 742 comments in the thread to pull out any references to search, RankBrain or rankings and honestly…

Key takeaways from the Google AMA: RankBrain, Panda, Penguin, bots & more

From Panda to Penguin, authorship to HTTPS, search console and mobile index, here are my key points from the SMX Advanced talk with Google.

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Google: We’re Still Working On Mobile Only Index

More news out of the SMX Advanced AMA with Google with Gary Illyes, which you can watch on Facebook, was that Gary said they are still working on the mobile only index.

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Reddit’s Revolt: Popular AMA and Other Subreddits Taken Private by @brentcsutoras

Many of Reddit’s top Subreddits have gone dark, as popular admin Victoria Taylor (aka @happysquid, aka chooter) is suddenly let go.

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Panda Update, Authorship, & More: An AMA With Google’s Gary Illyes #SMX Advanced Recap by @GregSecrist

SMX Advanced Attendee’s got to hear from one of Google’s new Webmaster Trends Analyst torch bearers, Gary Illyes.

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How a Background in Search & Social Helped #SEJ Summit Speaker Tony Wright Launch WrightIMC by @wonderwall7

Tony Wright is well-known in our industry; he is on the SEMPO board and also is a regular speaker at conferences like Pubcon and SMX. He’ll also be a panelist at our SEJ Summit in Dallas conference on March 31st, which we still have a few spots open for (request an invite now)! Our keynote panel is an AMA format and past AMAs have been known to include juicy tidbits and unique insight that make it a must-see. The SEJ Summit conference ticket cost is being covered by our partner, Searchmetrics, which delivers enterprise SEO and content marketing analysis, recommendations, forecasting, and reporting for companies who want potential customers […]

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AMA: Common Local SEO Mistakes Made By Businesses Big & Small

Have questions about local SEO? Columnist Andrew Shotland has anticipated these questions and is answering them, Reddit-style!

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Reddit Raises $50 Million in Funding, Promises To Share 10% With Its Users by @mattsouthern

Reddit announced this week that they have just closed a $50 million round of outside funding lead by investor Sam Altman, with participation from Alfred Lin of Sequoia Capital and Marc Andreessen of Andreessen Horowitz. It’s interesting to note that Altman is the President of Y Combinator, the incubator responsible for helping with the launch of Reddit. He’s a long-time fan and user of Reddit, and actually participated in an AMA shortly after this news broke. The company explains what this new funding means for Reddit’s future: reddit has had a long and complex history… During all of this time […]

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