Medium Teases New Browsing Experience

Medium announced that it is introducing a new browsing and reading experience, which it refers to as Collections. The goal is (of course) to make it easier to find content of interest on a personalized basis. The feature is for…

Google Gives 3 ‘Best Practices’ For Bloggers Reviewing Free Products

On Friday, Google took to multiple company blogs to lay out a few “best practices” for bloggers and companies when it comes to the ladder giving the former free products, and the former reviewing them. These are to keep you…

Will This Get You Using Facebook’s New Publishing Option?

Last month, everyone that publishes content on the Internet got some big news. Facebook said it would open up Instant Articles to all on April 12. This week, Facebook announced a WordPress plugin, which should make it much easier for…

Businesses In Need of Engagement Overlooking Obvious Tool

For a lot of businesses, getting, maintaining, and especially growing engagement on social media is an ongoing struggle. Throughout this struggle, however, many seem to have forgotten about how big of a part their blogs can play. Is your blog…

Medium Gets New Publisher Tools

Medium announced three new publishing features, which it is rolling out this week. For one, users can now schedule posts with the new “schedule to publish” feature. You can specify the date and time you want a post to be…

You May Now Be Able To Get More LinkedIn Traffic

There’s a chance that you may now be able to get more traffic from LinkedIn to your blog than you could have before. Is LinkedIn a significant part of your content marketing strategy already? Let us know in the comments.…

Pinterest Now Lets You Embed Bigger Pins On Your Site

Pinterest announced that it is now letting you embed bigger pins on your website or blog. You’ve long been able to embed pins, but until now, they’ve been relatively small and frankly not that pleasing to the eye. They would…

WordPress.com Adds Support For WebP Image Format

The WordPress.com image service, which delivers the images bloggers use in their posts to their audiences, now supports the WebP image format. With this addition, served images can be reduced by up to 34% in file size compared to a…

The Next Big Phase of Google Search Is Coming Early Next Year

Last month, Google announced Accelerated Mobile Pages, a new open source project, which is basically its answer to Facebook’s Instant Articles. Like Instant Articles, the purpose of the project is to enable web pages to load more quickly on mobile…

WordPress.com Gets Refresh With New App and Features

Automattic announced the launch of a new version of WordPress.com, which it has built from the ground up to let you update pages and respond to comments from a desktop app, manage all blogs and sites from one spot on…