Google Ads Yet To Resume Service In Gmail For All Desktop Users by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, December 27, 2021 Google Ads stopped serving in Gmail to some users on desktop last week. The company has yet to provide an update on when the service will resume. The ads in the affected areas stopped serving last … Continue reading Google Ads Yet To Resume Service In Gmail For All Desktop Users
Sarah Bentley — May 23, 2019 — May 23, 2019 Spending all day on LinkedIn, I am usually on my laptop, so I am remiss to say that I was not as familiar with the LinkedIn app until I recently started to explore it a little. I was pleased and surprised to find there are … Continue reading LinkedIn App vs. Desktop: Which Should You Be Using?
Getting conflicting information about whether the mobile-first indexing change will impact your rankings? Brush up on the different processes behind search results. Janet Driscoll Miller on September 27, 2018 Mobile-first indexing has been the talk of 2018 in the SEO world, and certainly this major shift in how Google search works has left SEOs … Continue reading Mobile-first indexing: Will it change your rankings on desktop?
Contributor Brian Solis urges brands to prioritize the mobile experience as consumers seek to complete tasks and purchases on their devices. Brian Solis on April 10, 2018 People check their phones every 15 minutes on average, about 47 times a day, even if they have no alerts or notifications, according to a Deloitte study. … Continue reading Brands, please stop ruining the consumer mobile journey with desktop experiences
Bing Ads Rolls Out Mobile, Desktop Price Extensions by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, April 4, 2018 Bing Ads announced the addition of price extensions on Wednesday for mobile and desktop. The ads appear at the top of the page in search results, and descriptions allow advertisers to add content around the price for products or services. … Continue reading Bing Ads Rolls Out Mobile, Desktop Price Extensions
Desktop Gets The Visitors; Mobile The Minutes by Jack Loechner , Staff Writer @mp_research, March 29, 2018 According to a new report from comScore, website visits are plateauing in the US, and the battle for visitors is increasingly being fought on smartphones. But despite mobile devices capturing the majority of digital minutes, the US still features … Continue reading Desktop Gets The Visitors; Mobile The Minutes
Ana Gotter — October 24, 2017 Follow @ana_gotter — October 24, 2017 We’re all walking around with phones semi-glued to our hands, so it only makes sense that mobile usage has been increasing at a rate fast enough that it has surpassed desktop usage. We’re spending more time than ever on our mobile devices. That … Continue reading Desktop vs. Mobile Video Consumption: What You Need to Know
You can’t simply make your site responsive and truly call it mobile-ready, argues contributor Jim Yu. To really adjust to the dramatic rise of mobile search, you need to understand how people are using these devices for finding things. Jim Yu on September 7, 2017 Late in 2015, Google confirmed what many of us … Continue reading Mobile & desktop SEO: Different results, different content strategies
The Facebook Ad Spotter extension for Chrome browsers highlights ads as they appear in the news feed and calculates the ratio of ads to organic posts. Tim Peterson on March 22, 2017 Some time this year, Facebook will max out the number of ads it can squeeze into people’s news feeds. But how many … Continue reading How to track Facebook’s ratio of ads to organic posts in your desktop news feed
by Victoria Heckstall July 22, 2016 Follow @wahmjourney91July 22, 2016 Desktop backgrounds are a major part of your day in the office, and yet they are so often forgotten. If you want to have a great desktop background, you have to make it branded, but you also have to make sure that it’s not too … Continue reading Desktop Backgrounds For Every Employee