All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘blogging’

Matt Cutts Talks Guest Blogging (Again) And Article Spinning

Last month, Google put out a Webmaster Help video about guest blogging, and its effects on links. Now, Matt Cutts (who discussed the topic in that video) has appeared in another related video. This time, he responds to the following question: Currently, guest blogging is the favorite activity of webmasters for link acquisition. Due to its easy nature, lots of …

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Tumblr’s “Native” iOS App Update Brings New Dashboard, Gestures

Tumblr has just made a significant step forward for users’ mobiel experience, as they have released version 3.2 of their iOS app. This time, the Tumblr app is completely native and features a better dashboard, new notification previews, and GIF integration. “We’ve been working on hard on some new updates for you, and are thrilled to pull the curtain off …

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In Case You Were Wondering, Quoting Isn’t Duplicate Content [Matt Cutts]

Google’s Matt Cutts has put out his latest Webmaster Help video. This time he takes on a pretty classic topic – duplicate content. There’s not much here that any industry veterans will find to be of particular interest, but he is answering a user-submitted question, so clearly there are people out there unsure of Google’s take on quoting other sources. …

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Matt Cutts Weighs In On Guest Blogging For Links

Google’s Matt Cutts, even with all of the algorithm updates he’s been announcing, has somehow found time to release a new Webmaster Help video. This one is about guest blogging for links. He basically says it can be good to have a reputable, high-quality writer do guest posts on your site, and that it can be a good way for …

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What Does The New StumbleUpon Mean For Your Referrals?

This week, StumbleUpon launched a new iOS app with some big changes to the homepage and how users stumble through content, among other things (see our full review and interview with the company here). While the changes have only come to the iOS app so far, some, if not all of them will come to the other mobile versions and …

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Google Affiliate Ads For Blogger Launches In UK

Google announced today that it has launched the Google Affiliate Ads For Blogger gadget in the UK. The offering was launched in the US earlier this year. “When people share words, thoughts and photos on their blogs, they’re sharing their passions with the world,” said product manager Ali Pasha at the time. “Here at Google Affiliate Network, we see that …

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Twitter Launches New Embeddable Timelines

Twitter launched embeddable tweets (though we’re partial to our own SocialDitto) late last year, but now they’re taking things a step further. The company is launching a new way to embed interactive timelines of tweets on any website. “Whether it’s an author’s Tweets alongside their blog, a hashtag about an event like #DNC2012, or a list of competitors at the …

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Google Adds Dynamic Views To Blogger Blogs On Mobile

Google announced that it is bringing the Dynamic Views feature of Blogger to the mobile version of the company’s blogging platform. This is the feature Google launched last year, which lets users view blogs in different format-styles. Here’s a refresher, in case you’ve forgotten about it: Bloggers can set up the mobile Dynamic Views option on their blogs by going …

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Now, You Can Embed Quotes From Quora On Your Site

You can now embed quotes from Quora on your site, with a new feature from the Q&A destination appropriately called Embeddable Quotes. “Sites all around the web already quote content from Quora which extends the distribution and impact writers on Quora have,” says Hongping Lim. “However, quoting and republishing Quora content requires work and many publishers have asked us for …

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Ask Looks To Spread Its Q&A To 30,000 Publishers With nRelate Acquisition

Ask.com has acquired content recommendation company nRelate for an undisclosed sum. nRelate is a service that serves up related article content on publishers’ pages in a box, similar to the one pictured. There is also an ad component, which enables publishers to get some money through a revenue share model. “nRelate’s platform helps over 30k publishers (bloggers and other media) …

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New Compete Data: Top Business And Tech Sites

Compete has released its new analytics numbers for May. Following is a list of some of the web’s popular destinations for tech, business, search and social media news, and what Compete lists as their unique monthly visitors (US Only). This is not a complete list of all publications covering these areas. Still, while some may cover other areas of interest, …

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Here’s What The New Tumblr iPhone App Looks Like

Tumblr has released the latest version of its iPhone app, version 3.0, after much anticipation from users. New features include high-res images, Spotify support and improved photosets from the dashboard, faster uploads, new shortcuts (like swiping the compose button up for camera, and left for text), offline support (post, like, reply and reblog), a faster interface, and tag search. Here …

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