Tag Archives: Extinction

Let’s hope COVID-19 isn’t a ‘mass extinction event’ for small businesses

SMBs spend billions annually on digital advertising and marketing services. Greg Sterling on May 26, 2020 Most of the attention surrounding the economic fallout from COVID-19 has focused on job losses — now 38.6 million since March. Census data also indicate that roughly 47% of U.S. households have been impacted by layoffs or salary reductions. … Continue reading Let’s hope COVID-19 isn’t a ‘mass extinction event’ for small businesses

5 Trends That Signal The Extinction Of Organic Search Results

As Google’s Knowledge Graph improves, organic-less search results pages are becoming a distinct possibility, believes columnist Daniel Cristo. Daniel Cristo on May 26, 2015 Currier and Ives’ depiction of Lincoln’s assassination from the United States Library of Congress. Who killed Lincoln? Let’s say you know 10 historians. If you ask the first one, “Who killed … Continue reading 5 Trends That Signal The Extinction Of Organic Search Results

How Close to Extinction Are Online Comment Sections?

James YoungApril 8, 2015 Do website comment sections serve any other purpose than being forums where people can fight anonymously? (Image via Creative Commons/PILLOW FIIIIGHT! by Kenny Louie under CC BY 2.0) We all know what to expect from website comment sections. Depending on who you talk to, they remain our digital society’s deepest cesspools, … Continue reading How Close to Extinction Are Online Comment Sections?