LATEST ARTICLES

Google enables advertisements for sports wagering in Louisiana

0
Google will begin accepting and running ads for sports betting and daily fantasy sports from certified, state-licensed entities in Louisiana beginning on January 28. Advertisers must first apply for certification to be eligible. Application for certification became open to online gambling advertisers in Louisiana on January 27. Louisiana isn’t the only state where it’s legal.…

WordPress 5.9 launches with complete website modifying

0
WordPress, which continues to lead the CMS market by a wide margin, has announced its new release, WordPress 5.9. Among the enhancements announced with the new release are: Full site editing making it easier to edit WordPress themes without using code (only for themes that support the new feature).Ten new blocks for site editing listed…

How to win with pay per click in a dataless world

0
The biggest platforms in the digital advertising landscape — Google, Amazon, Apple and Facebook — are making huge changes to accommodate current and upcoming consumer data regulations. And while many marketers bemoan this loss of data, thinking it will make it much more difficult to manage client campaigns, Sam Tomlinson, executive VP of strategy and…

Google Browse Console logging concern might trigger drop in image search...

0
Starting on January 24, 2022 and currently still ongoing, Google said there was a “logging issue” with Google “Search data for images” which may result in a drop in the number of clicks and impressions you see in your Google Search Console Performance reports for images. This is just a reporting issue and has no…

New Google mobile search function: Individuals Browse Next

0
Google has launched a new feature in its mobile search results called People search next, a Google spokesperson has confirmed with Search Engine Land. The feature is meant to “help people more easily get to and see popular next searches based on what they’re searching,” according to Google’s spokesperson. What is People Search Next? People…

Utah Lawmakers Introduce Curriculum Openness Expense to Make Mentor Products Public

0
(Wavebreakmedia/Getty Images) Utah lawmakers have proposed curriculum transparency legislation that would require public schools in the state to make their teaching materials public. Sponsored by Republican state representative Jordan Teuscher, the bill “enacts transparency and notice requirements for local education agencies and schools regarding curricula, class syllabi, and associated learning materials used for student instruction.”…