Facebook Says It Found More Miscalculated Metrics | The Wall Street Journal
Three Different Ways to Name Your Blog or Website | Aliventures
It’s such a big decision! And sometimes we need all the help we can get.
We read this sort of thing every time, and plenty of it does come down to when your audience responds best. But it’s also pretty interesting to see a cross-section of answers from multiple research projects.
At the end of the day, there’s not getting out of it – good content is what gets shared, good content takes time and effort. There’s no overnight diet for awesome shareability!
3 SEO New Year’s Resolutions | StewArt Media
Say what now? Yes, it’s almost 2017. And with some big Google changes, you might want to re-think your strategy for next year.
Letting go of Gratitude | Potential Psychology
I especially notice this time of year where people haven’t quite hit the goals they set for themselves, or something else has happened with their blog where they feel they’re not where they want to be. Ellen gives is a great reminder to count your blessings and remember what you do have, and what you have achieved. Not necessarily for gratitude, but to balance out what you think are the failures or negatives.
I had no idea cannibalization (of the SEO variety) even existed! But this sure was an eye-opener – a very helpful one.
I am! I am!
And to be honest, it’s how anyone gets anything done. Really beautifully written, and a great reminder.
ow Even Twitter is Copying Snapchat | Mashable
Oh why not, everyone else is! Now you can follow someone on Twitter using QR codes, just like Snapchat has always done. Keep up, ok?!
What’s caught your eye this week?