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YMYL and EAT Guidelines: How Marketers Can Prove Their SEO Authority to Google

Kayla Hammersmith — August 1, 2019 — August 1, 2019 Way back in the year 2013, Google first introduced the concept of YMYL. No, this wasn’t their attempt at crafting a hip acronym like YOLO. Google coined YMYL to categorize a certain type of website. YMYL, or “Your Money Your Life,” refers to websites that … Continue reading YMYL and EAT Guidelines: How Marketers Can Prove Their SEO Authority to Google

Simplifying Google Analytics configuration with Google Tag Manager

Using analytics through GTM allows you to simplify the code in place on your site and quickly set up advanced features like cross-domain tracking. Tim Jensen on July 29, 2019 Google Analytics is a crucial part of any online marketer’s toolbox. Getting analytics data starts with a proper installation of the tracking code. Thankfully, Google … Continue reading Simplifying Google Analytics configuration with Google Tag Manager

TrueView for action inventory extends to Google video partners

New campaigns will be added into video partners automatically. Ginny Marvin on July 23, 2019 at 9:30 am Google is opening up Google video partners inventory to TrueView for action ads. Why we should care TrueView for action video ads are specially tailored for performance advertisers with a call-to-action banner that appears during and after … Continue reading TrueView for action inventory extends to Google video partners

Google Search Engine For Toddlers Detailed In Patent

Google Search Engine For Toddlers Detailed In Patent by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, July 22, 2019 Nursery school-age children could soon have a search engine specially built for them. The engine, designed and built by Google, would be geared toward kids who cannot yet read words. Google’s developers would “gamify” the search engine experience of looking … Continue reading Google Search Engine For Toddlers Detailed In Patent