35 Burst results for "Search Engine"
Inside Big Tech's Battle to Erase Trump
"How do you rate the efficacy of big tex attempt to arrays the trump movement yet lead to donald trump They winning odd people pushing back his rumble getter power. Are they making a difference. How how do matters stand right now. What gives me some level of optimism about silicon valley ability to control. Things is that despite the massive amount of resources they threw at donald trump this five altering the very nature of that platform with a ready basis that flap reading voss apparatus offense oakwood misinformation purely as a way to undermine the mind donald trump supporters. They were still only able to. You know win election by By a few a few tens of thousands of This is extraordinary. When you look at the kind of things they did ahead of the election from stanford in the new york post on the biden story censoring breitbart group rule Cop right balked visibility in their search engine by ninety nine point seven percent compared to twenty sixteen almost completely a racist system and they actually did completely erased out through by homosexuals for joe biden out visibility rocky zero overnight automated algorithms thing. There's very clear. What bugles doing that So they did. All of that still only managed to win win the election by a few tens of thousands of both white
Divesting From Biased Mainstream Search Engines
"Is your advice to d- consumer to the person who wants to use a search engine who wants to have email. Do we just try to divest ourselves of the most dominant platforms. Well when with search engines. I think you know you have to go with the afc. The best results. Sometimes it's going to be google. But i think increasingly it's going to be duct duct especially for nothing about the political topic Wikipedia i would never use with for a political Your wikipedia pages probably full of smears. I imagine Breitbart news media pages every conservative pages full of smith every every political topic completely flown suddenly sneak out all the media's britannica or ever repeatedly or Or things like that we compete. I'd say you know still doing for like matters the uncontroversial for bio like the fictional or something like that I no reason to use email. I wouldn't use me and many other better often. Procam male i think being the bat I would avoid walks out. Facebook is increasingly facebook. Owns one or one You know what's still encrypted but Facebook is trying to enforce its service on what some somehow identity how they're able to enforce that without one of some wet so i would favor either signal telegram as a as a message. Anything else rumble. As well as a great old time we we love rumble and we stream on
The Big Tech Threat to Our Freedoms With Breitbart's Allum Bokhari
"Discussing of big tack with breitbart dot coms alum bakari. At what point help us understand we under we get the bias that this is a an unbelievably biased powerful group of individuals that are running social media at what point do market forces prevail or a market forces irrelevant. How how long can you sense Can you allow The aspersions to be cost on conservatives who are also consumers. Is there any point at which the market says. This has to stop or they pay a penalty in terms of mocking shot. Or are we beyond that. Do they have such a gargantuan overwhelming control that free market principles no longer apply and they can basically insult in sensor half of the nation. Well the question is does the quality of their product as a result of warm. They're doing and you know many people still you. Google housing the best for the best of it. Even if you know they'll all ahlerich it's political bias. There's an censorship exchange. But you haven't been able to get from point eight point be. I know they'll do the same with email and things like that But actually i think. I've seen is like google people's that will fall. Google such a product in that area rating You know we're doing within to be on that because Meat which. I think the best software video conferencing just totally deteriorated over for five years one paying attention to it. They want maintaining the quality. And i think part of the reason that asks to be the obsession that company of had over the past five years with all tax with influencing election. That's been the overwhelming out here for a lot of nubile employees and haven't paid attention to that product and as a result was seeing a lot of people moving to duck duck go and and other competing search engines. Eating products and fruit on male is become. I use promo male to email and recently i can pronounce much faster than dream out Which is quite interesting. You know google also you know. Hundreds of millions of dollars into these awesome there just in quality
Why You Should Invest in Video Marketing
"Before we get into why you should invest in video marketing. I wanna i just bust some myths alana. People don't get past their preconceived notions of oh. I don't have the talent. I don't have the equipment. I don't have the expertise to shoot professional video and be a video marketer. The top tick talker in the world. Right now is a young man named copy. Lame shoots most of his videos with this phone. Half of his videos are not even his own content. he's reacting to other videos. He makes jokes. About how people over complicate things or gimmicks or devices that make no sense. And he's got ninety. Seven million fans on tick-tock. It makes something between fifty to eighty thousand dollars up host and he doesn't say a word on his videos. No script right. No fancy equipment. No huge pre-production budget. Nothing okay. he just puts out valuable content. And that's valuable to build entertaining. It's fun you found his niche and went all in but more importantly he found a growing trend which is video marketing video. Marketing is booming. Like crazy right now. All the top social media platforms are investing in video for reason whether it's instagram whether it's facebook doing facebook lives and facebook watch linked in getting into video. Of course. tick-tock is all video and it's the number one consumed type of content on people's mobile devices. People consume video more than any other content more than texts like blog posts more than audio podcasts. More than anything. And i'm here to tell you don't sit out on the sidelines. When something like. This is booming. The market a lot of money is going to get pumped into support it whether it's at dollars whether it's technology trying to make sure these videos are found like search engines whether it software to make it easy to produce this content the point here. Is that your work. Cut out for you. It's easy now to be successful video. And whatever you're comfortable with you're able to do so you don't have to be a comedian. You don't have to be a talking head meaning that you have to be on camera and be talking to your audience directly. You're gonna have video marketing working for you without you being involved in fact we've been doing this to really scale are video marketing. I can't shoot and be featured in every video that we have for our businesses so instead of you trying to be the expert just put your product in front of
InMobi Has Its Eye on Telcos, With Abhay Singhal
"I'm delighted to welcome obey single founder and ceo of imo. Be marketing cloud to the podcast. Talk about this fascinating company. And what where. It's where it's going next obey. How are you. i'm very well rosette Thank you very much for having me on your podcast yet. Thanks for doing it. So i thought maybe we could start with a minute on the origin story of in moby. If you will walk us back fifteen years. What was the first version of this company. Fantastic now this is It's it's been a long story and one that are incredibly proud to talk about the very first version of a mobile. Believe it or not. It started with being a sms. Search engine kind of group on before groupon became the thing. All we wanted to do is solve. The problem of discounts discovery for consumers using the sms on On on on the phones all pre smartphone era remember that iphone launched in two thousand six late two thousand six ali two thousand seven and since then the entire industry has changed. So yes that was very first version of moby which was guarded. 'em korge at that time. M for mobile and coach is a hindi word for search but since then it's it's an interesting interesting right nothing short of a
Take Action and Support Better Candidates
"Primaries. We can support better candidates in primaries. It's tough. I still sit down my wife right outside the studio. She can. She can vouch for me on this. We get these big long ballots in Florida every year. You get a ton of candidates. There's a ton of initiatives on the ballot. It takes me a good two hours. I sit there front. If I don't know an issue, go to the computer. I go to groups. I trust people I trust What do you think about this ballot initiative, and then I formulated opinion. It takes a while. We've got primaries coming up. We should be voting in everything. Just go whatever county you live in. If you plug in, I live in Martin County, Martin County local elections. You'll get every election date ever that every county has this. Don't miss one of them. Start door knocking Go volunteer for a candidate you believe in Action matters that do matters. We're not going to do anything. We're going to stop anything. We talk, everybody. I get this question. What can I do? You can do something is the answer. I don't know what you can do, because I don't know you individually. Some I do most. I don't You can knock on a door. Find a candidate you believe in. Do you know how I got involved in politics? Not a joke. I read the email on the air the night after Barack Obama went one. And you know John McCain lost. I sent an email. So, guys first name's Jerry. I won't say his last name begins with a W He was at the time the head of this Maryland Republican group in the county. You know how I found this name. I just wanted to search engine and put local Republican clubs and he came up and his email was there. I read the email on the air from the day after Barack Obama is actually a few days later took me a couple days put the email together. I think it was four days after he won And I said, Listen, we're losing our country. What can I do? And he pointed me over this club in Severna Park, Maryland, the Elephant Club, and you know what? I sheepishly showed up. I'd never been involved in politics survive. I don't even know what to do. I think it
Biden Directs Agencies to Develop Cybersecurity Standards for Critical Infrastructure
"Federal agencies directed to develop cybersecurity standards for infrastructure president biden issued this directive to federal agencies which will establish voluntary cybersecurity goals for critical infrastructure companies. The project will be headed by cc and nist which will coordinate with other agencies a preliminary baseline security standard will be due by september with final goals within a year the agencies will also have a year to determine whether additional legal authorities would be beneficial to safeguard critical infrastructure. This comes after a may executive order to establish cybersecurity baselines for federal agencies themselves and last week's cyber security requirements for oil pipeline operators issued by the tsa controversial vulnerability search engine re released at defcon security researchers alejandro cassandra's and jason hopper planned to release an upgraded version of punk spider at defcon. A search engine which constantly crawls the web and automatically publishes hackel vulnerabilities in websites as well as a chrome plug into skin visited sites both ranked sites and a scale of one to five dumpster fires. The search engine will mostly be scanning for low hanging fruit looking for seven kinds of explainable. Bugs repeatedly trying variations of common hacking methods to check if a site vulnerable punks originally launched in two thousand thirteen before lapsing due to lack of funding around two thousand fifteen. Its initial incarnation scant websites. Once a year the most exploit vulnerabilities of the year joint security advisories from the australian cyber security center the uk national cybersecurity center cease and the fbi. This is the most commonly exploited security vulnerabilities from twenty twenty and twenty twenty one across the three countries. Most of these vulnerabilities are recently discovered showing that threat actors can weaponize security flaws increasingly quickly to exploit systems vulnerabilities to microsoft exchange accelerate. Vm ware and ford top. The twenty one list while twenty twenty feature the windows net log on privilege escalation atlassian remote code execution and the citrus netscaler directory transversal.
How Pintrest Can Help You Promote Your Podcast With Melissa Guller
"Talk a little bit about your journey using pinterest to help promote your podcast and your business. Everyone excited to be here in. Just as one of my favorite underused strategies so happy to dive right in for those of you haven't met the founder and wire where i help business owners wash their own podcasts and unskilled them up and with pinterest. This is a strategy bloggers have been using for years and as podcast host. Obviously we all kind of look to other podcasters to see what we're up to. But i also think it's march look at youtubers at bloggers at social media folks just to see. What strategies can we borrow for them to use for our podcasts and so one of the biggest ones for me is pinterest. so impinge started. I would say it was round. She thousand eight or nine ish. I think people were using it mostly for recipes and even still today people kind of associate pinterest with only recipes but truthfully every single topic is on interest nowadays and the biggest difference between interests and say other social platforms is that pinterest is actually a search engine so people go to pinterest. There's a search bar on the top. They search or something that they're looking for and they see a whole series of pins and those pins answer their the question and when you click on a pen it looks like an image but it takes you to somebody's website so for us it would go back to one of our podcast episodes and to me. That's what's so different about pinterest. Compared to socials is just the fact that people go there with the intent of finding those answers and instagram. I mean i'm just going to be on my feet scrolling through all the puppies that are coming up. I'm not necessarily trying to leave instagram. Nor do they really want you to so just just that alone. I really interest
Tips for Starting a YouTube Channel with Tattoo Artist YouTuber Terry Lively
"What was your set up because i know some people are thinking. I'd like to start on youtube. We know we've said a million times that for anybody that's new here. You know that. Google owns youtube. So youtube is part of the search engine. I shared some statistics that most people when they are going to youtube. They put in how to blank right when they're searching. Something like youtube. Get so many hit so i know there are a lot of pd professionals. That have thought about it from their business. But they're like. Oh i don't have the right setup or you know anything like that but i know you didn't start with like everything being perfect because no one dies. If you go back to my old videos are really bad. I look at them and i just cringe but i like to leave a mutt. Because they do contain really valuable information that we can still use today. Right left them up. I was just in my studio sitting at a table. I had a cheap little camera and the first mistake i made. I'll tell you all my mistakes was making my videos too long. I go back and look and i would review two or three machines. Earn one video end up being thirty minutes. Nobody wants to see nowadays. They want short concise. Get in there and get the information. Get out type of videos so through the years of doing this. I have learned so much about making them shorter having really good contact content things that are up. You're interested in. I started out. Like i said just reviewing machines but then added in pigments and inks and needles and paula help artists tips and tricks. Day to day things that we deal with interesting case studies so through the years. I've just kind of made it a little bit better and better on my sound as you can see. I have a plain background. That's one thing i've learned. Is that if you can just have a plain background. You don't want anything that's going to distract for what you're saying as you know the point you're trying to make in your video so you know sound is very important. Get some cheap lighting and you can get lighting from amazon. That's very reasonable and try to set up one little space in your studio where you can do your videos. So that's kind of what i've done
Business Reputation Hackers Secrets With Objection Co. Founder Curtis Boyd
"Talk to me about some of the reputation. Hackers secrets our people building managing and monitoring their reputation. There's kind of two angles at this reputation hacker stuff the first is for building reputations positively even though all synthetic and fake at the end of the day it's positive businesses essentially saying. Hey i'm having a hard time. Getting my customers write reviews normally s because of the lack of intention about providing an amazing experience honestly like businesses. Who are really shelling out. Amazing experiences have no problem generating tons of reviews so for those companies who just don't wanna muster the reputation. Fortitude really are being intentional about providing amazing customer experience. They'd rather spend a few hundred bucks online and go buy some reviews and compete in the marketplace unfortunately more and more people who sell fake reviews. They're starting the sell one-star reviews for competitors. So when you place in order for twenty or thirty positive five star reviews. They're gonna start saying. Hey how about one or two or three negative one star reviews for your competitors in your local market on. We add that to the menu and they found out that they could actually charge a lot more for it so they only charge ten to fifteen bucks for a fake google review since i left. Check yesterday on twenty different sites. They're charging fifty to one hundred dollars for a one star review for your competitors because that's the equivalent of five negative reviews right if when you give it one star. You're taken off a star from four other reviews and anything under five stars looks bad. It's actually eleven to one. So for every one star review get e need eleven. Good wants to mitigate that damage all right so the bad guys the guys that are selling the reviews the synthetic content creators. they're charging a premium to help. You denigrated your competition. That's one secret a dirty one. Also not very good for karma. What are some of the other reputation. Secrets reputation hacker secrets. Well there's a lot of clicking going on just as you said like in podcast yesterday like you can enhance your rating by getting downloads. Because that shows engagement that shows interest the same thing is happening and local listings where people will sell packages that include like synthetic clicks and synthetic traffic to try and drive more engagement on even listing sites like google to try to push people up and it's more benign than fake reviews itself. But it's still interesting to see people offering these tertiary services to try and manipulate these search engines in their algorithms to say. Hey these guys are more relevant and these guys are maybe a better fit for what you're searching
Is WordPress Still The Best Option for Building Your Business Website?
"Is wordpress. Still the best option for your business website. I want to start by saying that. I am a huge wordpress press. Fan wordpress nerd I have special feelings towards wordpress. That's how i got into web development. I've earned a lot of money building websites when i was starting out a built my technical and business chops around wordpress and i like it. Because i like to modify an edit and customize and design and we're pressing has been a lot of flexibility and it gives you a lot of flexibility even if you don't wanna do that like you could just by a theme and you install the theme and you just work within that the or you can go really heavy on the customization. Css schimmel or use different frameworks like the oxygen framework that we're using now that it is incredible. There's a lot of lot of options but a lot of people don't need all that and some might need it first of all. I wanted to say we're press is a fantastic. Blogging platform is fantastic for search engine optimization. It's got a lot of good points going for. It's a huge huge community. So there's always a way fix something in. Were press with a quick google search but depending on your business your business model that you do you sell. It may not be the best option for you. And i kind of was on the fence about this a few years ago but recently i've really come around and i'm really obliged now to tell my audience that is not the best solution for all cases. If you're on a e commerce store of yourself physical items and e commerce store for years i would just tell you know go with wordpress and us commerce which is a plug in very very simple setup. But today i wouldn't recommend that. I actually would recommend you go with shop. Affi- go with a shop off. I hosted website I know the shop of is different plug ins and tools for wordpress. But i would just go with one of their websites. Chop fi is just such a good platform and they have built such an amazing solution for e commerce businesses. If you're an e commerce. This is a no brainer. My book shop a fi is just so so good. I know there are other players in this market like we blay and squarespace and they have e commerce solutions. But i just feel like shop a fi ticks. All the boxes and more the supports incredible. I would not use wordpress if you have e commerce store because shop. A fine is just going to do it for
Searchmetrics SEO Jordan Koene Analyzes Google's Latest Search Engine AI Update
"Let's get to it at the house. The mum update. Yeah i know right what the mom. Well mom is really. It's kind of the next evolution of where google has been going with their ability to leverage artificial intelligence to understand information alternately. The idea here is. How does google process information information largely being content images assets and better determine. Understand what these are went to what they mean. So google is doubling down on their investment in artificial intelligence It seems like this is kind of similar to whether it's the natural language processing where the bird updates kind of in line and in step with some of those reason updates or changes to the google algorithm. that said. i still don't understand exactly what mom does. Is this a change. in the algorithm that we're seeing rankings. Changes is a change on the back. End that changes. How google interprets data. What does mom do. Yes so the google ceo few weeks ago when they announced mom they used an example and the example was of an individual who had recently hiked a mountain and now wanted to hike mount fuji and they basically stated like this user can go to a hiking expert and say hey. I hiked mount adams or any other mountain and now on a hike. Mount mount fuji. How do i prepare differently. That's a pretty contextual. In complex answer that a hiking expert could certainly respond to very easily. But how does a search engine do it and would they did in this. Descriptions example is they showed that mom is able to process these different variables. These different input factors like you did hike this out in the past. You want to hike a new mount in the future and you want to understand how to prepare for that in. Google is now capable of processing these different elements these different nodes of information independently with one another and comeback within result. That actually answers the question that the user hats and so mom is the evolution of how google processes different independent pieces of information puts them together in allows their search engine to better provide results and information. It is in architecture. It is a system behind the grand search. Engine that is google that allows them to better process information.
How Jennifer Lopez's Versace Dress Created Google Images
"Did you know. Google images was literally created after j. Lo were the infamous dress at the two thousand grammy's so many people were searching for her outfit. The search engine added an image function. Isn't that the search search engine added it itself way. You said the search engine. Google doesn't have its own power way. You said it made it sound like google. You search something and there's an image thing you can click. They literally didn't have that until everyone else. Magin having a body that beautiful that you literally breaks me internet thumbnails sales. I've made str-. I just google images on google and find specific one and the i don't even yeah. I go to inches every single. Wow j. Let's give jaylo round of applause
Amazon Prime Day: Fraudsters Take Advantage of Online Deals
"Out with Amazon Prime days. Today's the last day and other retailers are kind of jumping on board to give consumers deep discounts. But along with the deals and steals some criminals are trying to take advantage of people shopping online. Earlier today, I spoke with better Business bureau serving Wisconsin CEO Jim Temer for what to watch out for when snatching up those deals online and what you have to look out for our unsolicited emails, texts or phone calls anything that you do not initiate. They may claim you have a free gift waiting or there's a problem with delivery and you need to click on a link or give up some information. There's a real popular when our people will contact you claiming to be Amazon, and they have to fix an issue with your account. We hear people get this and they don't even have an Amazon account. And what they want is your credit card information or your login details or even remote access to your computer. What about fake websites and product photos? What do we need to look for? If we want to make sure it's a legit site. Well, first thing before you put any information, look up into the address bar and it should be https. That means it's secure or there could be a little gray or green padlock there. That's the first thing you want to look for. You also want to make sure you're putting in the accurate website. You may want to go to a story. Let's just say it's target. But a popular misspelling of target could be a scam website or cheap target merchandise or whatever it is And when you're searching using a search engine watch out when you use terms like cheap or low cost value things like that, because you're going to get a lot more of the fake websites to pop up and what they do is they take legitimate photos from legitimate websites. Flat Manu a fake website and claim they're going to sell you something when all you're going to do is lose your money. These scammers are not
Caller Factually Reports Joe Biden and His Son as White Supremacists
"And his son. I mean, look what they've said about blacks. Um Joe was hanging out with the Klansmen and the segregationists in in the Senate. He signed a bill to lock up non violent black offenders were mostly You know, black drug dealers, and, um so why not them? Some girl, you know, Becky, That's a fascinating point. I mean, what? Everything You said there is factually correct. I know the leftist listen to you. Becky are very disturbed right now. And the W male regional left this list listening or like, Oh, my gosh. That's a conspiracy theory. But everything Becky just said folks. Is absolutely accurate. Becky. I appreciate the call. He did. In fact, Joe Biden. Eulogized a KKK member. You could go look at the pictures yourself. Folks just put it in the search engine, Robert Byrd. I saw it. Was working that detail that day when Barack Obama went there, there's pictures of it. I was there. I saw the whole thing. KKK member. Amazing How many Democrats where they're celebrating this man? No, but he has a past the very well No, no, no. No one else is allowed to have a pass. It's not what cancer culture says it's not the rules. She's also correct in her assertion that Joe Biden's son was dropping the N word in a bunch of text to a friend. Yeah, that's true, too. That is, in fact, absolutely accurate. Nothing, Becky said. There is false. Those would be the characteristics you would think would be associated with real cases
The Role Shift of Voice Assistants to Search Engine-Like Voice Aides With Braden Ream
"Would hope we start to see more intent based queries for the actual general assistance Googles of the world where are no longer asking acknowledged based queries like hey hotels april tower. It's i'm hungry right. It's more of an intention and we start to see that consumer behavior shifts. There's a bit of a chicken and egg Around this but let's just accent assume or a perfect world for a second when you see that consumer may shift words. I'm hungry or you know. Where's the nearest restaurant is another way to say i'm hungry right. You're implicitly saying that you're going to start to see these assistance act more like search engines which is really exciting. Because i think that's when You know we can start to viewer assistance. The reason why they're called assistance right. They're meant to be helpful mill to help us in our everyday tasks not just voice you know. Search of google acceptable often with a lot of assistance are for most folks. It's whether alarm clocks ability to search for information We want to be able to Access manipulating engage with information right I think we'll definitely see that in the next five years. Ten years is like without with extreme certainty Two years is a little bit. you know. It's plausible and then in five years. I i feel pretty confident that you'll start to see the voice assistance that we all know in us today really become search engines and the allowing access the world around it access information and access services around us really with the use of a personal assistant concierge that we have in our home.
How to Write Click-Worthy Episode Titles
"Episode titles easy mc good episode titles are very hard now. You might have heard about something called. Seo in search engine optimization. And here's how wikipedia describes it search engine optimization also known as seo is the process of improving the quality and quantity of website traffic to a website or webpage from search engines. S your targets unpaid traffic. Which is known as natural organic rather than direct or head for traffic own pay. Traffic may originate from different kinds of searches including image search video. Search academic search new search. An industry specific vertical search engines as an internet marketing strategy. S your considered how search engines work the program algorithms that dictate search engine behavior. What people search for the actual search terms or keywords typed into search engines and which search engines are by their target audience. Seo is performed because a website will receive more visitors from a search engine when a website runs higher on the search engine results pages than their competitors. These visits can then potentially be converted into customer. So that's you know not be long winded. But there's a reason for them because i've paraphrased in of rewritten as it relates to podcast. Let me give you the podcast version of all right search engine optimization. S is the process of improving the quality and quantity of new listeners to a podcast from search engines as a podcast marketing strategy. S your considers. How search engines work the algorithms. What people search for and preferences
Podcasting Trends 2021
"All right. Let's get going so podcasting. Transfer twenty twenty one. What do i see happening because right now the best way to judge trend is to see what is happening already. What is happening right now in the world because that is what you can expect to continue happening in to grow at scale right so here are three things that i see happening right now. Number one. we're gonna be talking about video podcasting number to talk about repurposing your content number three. We're gonna be talking about branded podcasts. Those are three trends. That i think we're leaning into the call this a year of brand podcasting and we're gonna lean into that so let's start with this video podcasting. What am i talking about because that could be confusing for some people video podcast. Isn't that just a youtube will know it's not why because when you're creating your content to begin with your building it with podcasting in mind you are building it to be consumed in audio format. I you are concerned about how it sound. You're concerned about how the show is built in a way that keeps people engaged for forty minutes. If that's how your podcast is structured. Which most of them are. You're concerned about the interviews and how you can get the most out of your guests and things like that and then you are thinking about. How does this translate into other formats right. However video is going to be a huge part of this right how do we leverage video to a shop and other channels like youtube and get found by the search engines. Be to add content to our website. That makes it more interesting and then see to take that video and use it as shorter clips and snippets. That can be interesting in terms of promoting your show on social media right video. Podcasting is the next step. If you're a podcast or it should be obvious that this is a huge opportunity. Because guess what you don't have to change much of what you're doing. You already have a computer in front of you and microphone. All you need to do is by web cram that cost less than one hundred dollars sticking on top and press record
"search engine" Discussed on Start Up Sisters
"If i need to i guess i'll have to at some point but if i donate to kind of bottom of my list. Yeah well it's something about before. I did the website. Like i knew that there was stuff out there but it didn't. I had to actively go do it but yeah yeah yeah and finding it regularly like that as well that are like a stagnant website. I don't know i was thinking I have been very consistent with it. But i haven't instagram fate and you can obviously use the plugging in your instance Onto your website. So i'd i'd always that will have the same impact because instagram is updating it every day at night bene- thought what i'll do is put a plug into my across the bottom of hijo on the side or something just say even visually if people my my sites you're not really the kind of site they need to go back. Once they found me they found me and they meet me either on the final person. Say probably not going back to the website to notice that it changes but it might hope something and it will pretty Myself if you're eating a block then it changes with a blow gear. Blue changes definitely. Yeah i said trump place once a month why not. Yeah this is cool. Right will sorry. It's been all me that's good actually each endpoints you've learned something end up. It's hoped mates make sinking coup. Yes this why to land summing or is to explain it to somebody else inserts how we will we will catch up next week. Yes have a great day. Thank you loving we. Yes see you in this year by..
"search engine" Discussed on Lew Later
"From. Time to time every so often. How many search engines can you name in? Twenty Twenty Top of my head. Maybe, three three or what are they? Put me on the spot. Here while Google there's no way. Google. Duck Duck. Going So. There's a few search engines, but for the most part Google dominates everybody knows it. You Google things it's a verb I'm gonNA go Google then. Now we talking to pass about how Google sends a bunch of money to apple to maintain their position as the default search APP on iphones. It's in the billions and it's every year. and that's because Google does tremendous business on their search engine bringing in a lot of customers and selling a lot of advertising and IOS has a massive user base that they say we won't be that default search APP. On a phone, we'll pay you and we hope to make the money back at some point, all of our products and services ads and all the rest of it. Well today we get a star emerges that apple may launch its very own web based search engine. Apple Search. That could be a big move that could be a big change. It would make sense. Right now. Apple has no play in search game right and they've been talking all kinds of smack about. Privacy and Your data. And secure enclaves. The powerful word you ever that when you say it's all stored on device in a secure enclave. Everything you ever do. Every photo you ever take. Well, it's in the secure enclave not for you because you've got to Samsung. So you got. Good luck yet no enclave. Actually think they do have some encrypted. They have encrypted folders and yes, there's many honest powerful but anyways. So Apple. Possibly in an attempt to limit their. relationship with Google reliance on Google for we'll all kinds of things that happen on the phone right with universal search or Siri. Originally, it will have to tap into Google at some point I. Mean you launched Safari on the iphone you're into Google? Where else are you going to go? You're looking for something Being would be a weird fit. They don't really get along with Microsoft in these other options are Kinda small time and would also feel strange on there. So. Apple. Has. Increasingly looks towards services to generate revenue. They, they did it with the news. They did it with the TV they're doing it with the I cloud storage. You start to look at what apple's been doing recently, and it's not just hardware. And the service is part of their business. Including the thirty percent cut off the APP. Store and all the rest of it has been increasingly a bigger portion of their overall revenue. And it's part of the sort of maturation of the business. So imagine, will I want you to imagine the branding and the logo and the simplified search look Apple Search Just like apple maps which I heard it got better but I'm not changing from Google maps anytime soon. Apple Search privacy is our number one priority. You'll never be track just to best search.
"search engine" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"I'm sure you've seen this client will just literally copy the content from another website and paste it on their site. Other people other other people's clients, we. Yeah, sure. None of your clients definitely happens, especially if they decide to delegate something like this to member of their team that they don't know that well, yeah, I'll get it done and then you go. So we copy scape and SEM rush to check it. It's obvious Bruce. When someone copies. You know, an owner of a company will say, John the front desk guide, Karen, the front desk lady. Could you please write the content from homepage because I'm too busy, and then this person say the Karen or the Kelly or the hour, Marvin whoever does it works for that. They'll coffee the content from your direct competitor and just paste it and go all done. Bruce, I've written content. It's beautiful at our team will discover that the content was in fact plagiarized and coffee. Why is that absolutely lethal to your search engine ranking? Well, there's multiple layers of that. The first is you're absolutely right. People do that all the time. The still do it to me. The part I really like is when they paste my content on their site, it still contains my phone number. That's down right ignorant. I periodically get you mentioned copy scape and others. I periodically get notifications that other people have my content used to be that I was stolen often because I ranked so well. So it is an issue now to the search engine. You're in a right at the edge. They don't really have penalty. If you have that duplicate content, they don't call it a penalty. But what happens is Google views you as not necessarily being the author of the content because they can't tell who wrote it. I so what they end up doing is lowering the quality of your site in the rankings that's not a penalty. There's duplicate content. We're just not sure. So. You know, we're, we're not gonna guess in the search engine can actually diminish your ranking, but they don't refer to it as a penalty. We've had cases where content was syndicated where sites actually allowed other sites to use their content through a syndication contract. And it turns out that a couple of our clients being big clients actually had syndication agreements with even bigger clients. And what would happen is they publish the content. They put it up on their website. The syndication would take it. It would be published on another website there a bigger thority than you. They got credit for it and you got hit. So. Google has taken a position that even though there's no penalty for for you, if you have to content, there's no penalty. They really think that you may not be the owner. You'll see a filter and your rankings can be impacted pretty much as a quality item. And so the rule is published once and make it.
"search engine" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"This is the million dollar show. It's going to change somebody's life and I'm excited to introduce you to my friend Mr. Bruce clay, the father of search engine optimization. Bruce Klay the author of search engine for dummies, the world's number one search engine expert in the house. Bruce. How are you? I'm doing great. Thank you. Bros your book search engine for dummies took me and I'm not exaggerating about seven to eight weeks to read it. I have the highlighter to prove it and anad read it again and again to fully understand it. The last version I read was seven hundred sixty something pages long, Helen. Did it take you to write surge engine for dummies? So widely approached us, and it took a while to actually end up with the agreements that we were going to ride it. The dummy series is pretty specific, so it's worth it understand that that the difference between dummies book and a normal book is that dummies will not allow you to define us attorney. That's not defined in the. A book. So we wrote it, we send it to the editors and they totally toward apart because we're used to the jargon of the industry. Right? And they weren't so mechanically. The first version of the book took over a year while. I think a lot of listeners a year working on a book concede like a long time in my start here book me a couple years from start to finish. How long did it take you to go from total start to finish? Well, we were lucky. We do a course on SEO. It's a classroom course for people who really need to know how it works. So we already had an outline for the entire book. All we had to do is actually go through our course materials and write it down for everybody else. The the job wasn't that hard. It was the actual writing. And when I say year, I'm not talking about car time for fifty two weeks. I'm talking about one year of tracked time for us to actually fulltime work on that book. You know, wildly approached you to write the book. I know about you because. I'm big into the big in the franchise world. We're good lot of franchisees on franchise ORs. I work with a lot of business owners and your name comes up in conversations a lot in for the listeners out there who don't know your name, but who will undoubtably search you on Google in the search engines and have find the book surgeon for dummies and find your website. Can you explain how you became the search engine guru that you are today? Absolutely. This was back in January of nineteen. Ninety six for those. You remember that far back. I think that's when out gore invented the internet. Thank you l.. But yeah, Janury ninety six on my dining room table. I was deciding I wanted to try my hand. It consulting. I had had, you know, large corporate positions, but I wanted to consult. I thought it was going to be somewhat easy. Bachelor's is in math and computer science have an MBA thought, hey, this marketing thing and programming and algorithms is right up my alley. So I started doing it. Then it took off and it just grew hired. A couple people kept growing hired a couple more. I'm now located in southern California in a suite of twelve offices with offices around the world. So it has certainly grown over twenty two years. You're right. I've been given credit for basically being one of the founder. IRS of the entire industry. In fact, if you do Google search for who is the father of SEO, I show up a real quick Rick. I have an audio clip from somebody a whiz. We're talking about fathers and father related conversations. Perhaps the listeners out there aren't as familiar with Star Wars as I am. But there was a a scene in that movie where Darth Vader was claiming to be Luke's father, and you just claim to be the potential father of the search engine industries. So Bruce Vitz, okay, I wanna play audio excerpts one of our listeners called in and wanted to leave this for you. Bruce. Are you ready for this? I'm ready here. We go..
"search engine" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast
"Um i don't know the rationale i just see the data tells me that that's what's happening at what's next in the news these next is a from search engine land found out that google will be getting rid of their a third party review extension so these were never really easy to use in the first place saw they're very tough to get approved and the worst part for hoteliers at least that i found ways you had used a third party circuit using better business bureau or a trip adviser a lot of people reason trip adviser like i said it's tough to get approved in then if someone actually clicked on it their ending up on trip adviser so you just paid to send someone to trip adviser instead of to your onsite so we never found it very useful are we didn't use it very much after recounted tested it out and they first launched it but um using that's why they're facing year didn't really use it look at i mean i think there's a lot of it has to do with people didn't use it why would anyone really want that and then you know secondarily they didn't approve anything they wouldn't approve a i remember trying at a few times testing it for a few clients where we're putting legit good most recent review into this into this extension and it would get disapproved and no real reason why in was so vague that why they disapproved it google so deliberately in what they remove an added if fluctuates all the time so i wonder if this is you know a steppingstone facing this out to bring something else in if they've never either pulling in their own reviews or they have some kind of third party that they're gonna stop that's where i was the he was on a go is me googles reviews have gotten better and better they're promoting them more and more aggressively you at some point you gotta say to our room with the competition well it would make way more sense for them to instead of using thirdparty use their own drag them into the hotel adds interface young let some on book through they make more money there to say and you can get the ad click and then the hotel i mean the.
"search engine" Discussed on Starting From Nothing - The Foundation Podcast
"Since the door wide just takes a little bit longer it's not like pvc right and so saudi justify it it's a big problem and you know people people want to see those same super measurable metrics out of their blog post that they do from their ad campaigns and one thing that i really encourage people to focus on right away is not traffic is not not conversions not any of that but actually building relationships with other shot leaders and influencers near space through your content marketing because that by creating content you can you you ukraine an opportunity to collaborate with somebody to either an and add value to what they're doing and and to people working together collaborating on something as a podcast host you you know this you now super this is at the core of all you're doing but by just build relationships and getting to know new people through your content the first very toxic fling as you're going to get other people promoting your content for you since you're not going to get those early search engine resources are early search engine traffic right away you're not gonna be a viral video you know in your first video but if you can create something that's interesting for and helpful for somebody else's audience and collaborate with them on not than they're going to use the the brand and the authority that they've they've created a nave cultivated the point a little bit that back your way an example of how this yeah of course arum actually we were talking a couple of weeks ago and i sent you an infographic and it was called content and the buyers journey and so i've been launching a new brand around my book called the earth around the story engine and i thought the story engine with a great book but but there are still kind of more story to be told and more useful things to put out there so i started building out a blog around my first blog post was called content and the virus journey so in this infographic i i list out a lot of different pieces of content that you can create that.
"search engine" Discussed on The Big Web Show
"And to forget the standard and dead will host your stuff on our server ended a load faster and it'll be higher up in our search engine because he used our thing of his the word on a monopoly no we're just concerned with the user this year i mean ninety i i use a different search engine a lot of my friends use different search engine sputtering ninety percent of people use google as their search engine and ninety percent of advertising online now is google driven and that's a tremendous amount of power yet and even if they're trying to do something good a can be bad he right it's a noble coal and i mean i i could even accept tedious to subset of aged him o m a t advocate but yet and my ranking something hiring there and search results because of it even though you might have cited doesn't use and put his justice haas so has departed on us and so so ranking something because of its cut good performance which they can measure dad i would by that would be okay but they'll say well it takes a tenth of a second more to measure it for performance if you're using your own htm alan let's just if you're using atp we know it's fast so i mean this a rationale for what they're doing and that tenth of a second we save multiplied by our billions of users we owe have overall faster results for everyone serb ruin winds and what are you complaining about pride of i would say would be their argument but i disagree strongly because i like htm alan i like standards and i worry uh it seems like it's always a struggle to get people sort of focused on that.
"search engine" Discussed on SaaS Insider Podcast
"Baroness it's fun because most companies in south enterprise their primary harm engaged in marketing yeah and i think that's going to change i think you know on this on this podcast i think people should think about how do i reach people through organic means via my website or other you know one to one means how to partners reach customers the endusers and prospects and how do i better use paid channels search engine marketing and other bespoke projects to reach my prime target my prospects better that i would from a shotgun approach in my opinion most times out of at marketing so would you say that sem works written enterprise sale at stay over one hundred thousand let's say to eat a year a r absolutely yes okay that's interesting why why what about that because i never add meticularly great results from online ads for enterprise so is it for specific navient instead something on extending work or because we will managing actual ads so they were working with us and thinking once used here so don't scientific range make me but also from the people that ends continue on sas 'insider that's a completely different view most payments any other gas their hat on show good i'm glad i can offer that such also now i need more and fao how dave figure out what ads working where you and where did you get the highest are alive so the highest our ally is usually from a part of the google sem called retargeting.
"search engine" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"I got tells me there would probably not do it but in you know they're ho there had to dreamer so okay eric q who's listening brings up an interesting point he said you know there are already um outlook an office free sixty five smell skills they already exist yes so then if that uh i forgot that i totally forgot that but if they already exists then what what's amazon trying to get here right well it also um frosty winnipeg says the thing that we're talking about being it was the default search engine on kindle fire different yahya rate so maybe that wasn't what i was um opened different yeah tough could be different um so anyway yeah that's that's an interesting question so if if you already have that skill like what what more does cortana give you that amazon gift one or vote the skilled or we don't know where came proietta by those microsoft scoial the love these skills are britain just oh face a setting not a skill he says i dunno so i had i don't have um i don't have one of these devices so i can't chequered croat are gonna have to get longterm i it's just one of those things and like what i ever use that you don't know until you have what i announced you really i don't even use voice on my phone like i know i do i might have arl none of hype everything that's exactly my point is that the reason phone and desktop isn't in a big deal in this is that's not how you use it's it's just changes everything when it's in your home you at one right meal.
"search engine" Discussed on Another Round
"That is doing not the oval office did you know one group was otto completes for your name is how tall is tracy clayton can you we sell have debate for the people help our search engine optimization i dunno three apple that i feel like a one of mine was like weight laws so just like a thing people might google when they go role using now i'm during quarter all right that settles the debate nn tell tell i fraser manning of your many identities one of them is also you're an amazing auntie oh my god not to cry i wasn't ready how do you how do you approach your aunty game yelled easier was here thinking okay first thing of sorry i attacked us you'll gotta be the fun is person in this house like okay okay is when they're young only value fun in food that's all they care about be when a second in a minute somebody has i had about his next thing you back in standby okay okay so i had the advantage of being in anti very young because my brother was super busy so my so i ha i became an anti at the age of eleven so i was a kid than anyway so me me and my new minute a one tear we does in the streets wrong you hour stoyanov misery don't and also the rate integrated kids so this is like my knees in my friend when i was.
"search engine" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast
"At some as it in some ways kind of strange about peace of regulation i don't don't we know i eight but he's he's not just because it's a is it's quite quite complicated or that he's quite that is quite new owes the always the icy this this is just how most most regulation works in practice i i think in this context one of the dead the complicating factor is a is there the technological development so if we just go box that google example that he gave earlier bite that the court case for google was asked to in certain circumstances remove links to somebody's name if he search for the might by name google search engine one of the big questions there was in fact whether or not google could become saddled with data protection obligations in the first place so the the rules applied to data controllers and not been around since theor dot since 1995 rule the plight stacy controllers but a big open question was okay on its face google kind of falls within that definition of data controller but it was a certain amount of scepticism about whether court would actually ever say the off because then that means that unlike in other areas of law like defamation or in terms of extremist content where for google it only could have reacts m kind of reacts to knowledge of illegal content so you know the kind of it it's notified that this illegal content there and then it takes a dane that meant in the data protection contacts unlike these all of these other areas of law it's something he starts ought to be proactive about making sure that the contents its hosting his is lawful so.
"search engine" Discussed on The Audacity to Podcast - how to launch and improve your podcast
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"search engine" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency
"Sure sure well i'll tell you for for us searched lim dot com we started with a is a brand new domain we'd has any uh any in downing sort really any content so the first thing that we did it was we've built a theory ninos technically sound website that had relevant content for the key words that were targeting i always come back to the three pillars of search engine optimization like i just made it up at its technology relevance in trust in if you can hit those three things that is how you're going to win the search engine optimization game and that's what we did right from the get go and now and the last couple years we've really we've really hit that stride with in getting we take our own medicine it we get a lot of leads organically as a result of taking risks that's awesome you know one of the things as we look at um you know seo and kind of the landscape over time uh a lot of a lot of search engine stuff you know in the past was like all anchor text dan you know making sure your met tags and meta descriptions were were kind of where they needed to be what's changed in the last five years with the way that search ranks now as opposed to how it used to be well uh everything changed out the so there there are many many search engine optimization firms in this country many like tens of thousands right and they all produce this a search engine optimization service but what i like to think is ours our seo is is not what what we're competing against it's it's a different service because what we're doing is is a lot of it is.
"search engine" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"What happened since then what are the main trends in how seo has evolved well you know the the big shift lee was when google came out and they started making use of the link graf and lincoln alice's and looking at how people were linking from an page to the other and trying to determine the popularity and the relevance of these pages so that you know they were able to kinda get that signal out from the noise because they were bringing the the better step up to the top you know and then falling from that you had a huge growth and people just trying to buy links are gain links and do that sort of stuff and so in even more tactics of evolved since then where they try to go after the artificially networks than and such but you know the link usage was certainly one of the biggest changes that we saw happen other changes that we saw influence staff were the growth of the vertical searches so that you know if you're looking for news content you'd have a new search engine in the news content might do better for a search it seemed to be newsrelated yet image searching had shopping search round think it was two thousand nine we had a shift towards a personalized search results so that the staff that i've seen more relevant to you based on your browsing hat habits and your past search history started giving you a more personal and result and made it more difficult for people to sort of game because instead of aiming the search engine and getting a topranking for everybody you know you might not be getting ever everybody because so many people are getting perth lined results and then we've had changes to you know increasing efforts to fight spam.
"search engine" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"In search in an optimization it built into a term that meant trying to outsmart the search engine but it sounds like an earliest days ago view of us site that's all images that's not necessarily something that is shouldn't be indexed and yet there's not an obvious weighted index it so that something where you might actually it's been official to the end user to add some search engine optimization to absolutely an an and in fact it depends on who you talked to in and where they were and what they were doing but you know a lot of people didn't views are dejan optimization even from the start is trying to outsmart the search engines but rather understanding what did you need to do to build content to be friendly to the search engines to ensure that they could access your content it was akin to when river when i was riding about this when we had many browsers and people used to say is your browser could a work with you know ncsa mosaic will your website work with that or you could work with netscape able to work with internet explorer and you'd have developers who would test all those sorts of things and one of the things i used to talk about with the idea of searches being the biggest browser of all and that you know you had to ensure that this stuff could work with them as well another example to was the idea that surgeon optimization is very much like a p r effort and so when people undertake pr typically is not that they're trying to somehow outsmart a newspaper but it's the idea that.
"search engine" Discussed on iMore
"search engine" Discussed on Hashtags and Stilettos
"No use google search engine that you use and type in salaries of potential salary salaries or call the cola salaries or whatever company that you're interested in who can confi that also in some of the magazine some of the communications mac rag the industry like pr weaken thing sucked sucked times are usually annually they post that kind of infamy year the salary issue yes yes edsall you can use that as a god as well but it is i can't tell you how important it is to do your research both for you accept a position at any one of these companies some you walk in feeling good about yourself at about the salary that you have signed on the data on to accept apparently unfair 'cause i felt like you giving people some some gyms still want to stay here for another second in okay psalm in our renegotiation you know you your side the company presents a number i was thinking of a different number one is my best practice where my best next move floor presenting for the negotiation the presenting a higher number would do i need to bring to the table to this okay i'm gonna tell you i'm gonna give you my story so when i was when i apply for the role at prudential not even applied when i was seen for the role that project because i did not apply to predict show um i had the internal contact move brought me an an a share some opportunities with me and i was high through that opportunity how ever how ever.