Eliminating ambiguity in page content can increase Google's confidence in its topic relevance and result in better visibility on Google Search
I met with Trevor Denton, Product Designer at Quibi, to discuss his journey working with Starbucks and Snapchat, and the design opportunities and challenges he faced while helping to create Quibi.
Gutenberg has evolved from a clumsy UX mess into an elegant must use editor. Here’s why you should consider switching to it and how it can help you create better content for both readers and search engines.
Content patterns leverage Google’s ability to parse and structure content without the need for Schema structured data. The result is a better understanding of page content and an increased chance of getting list-based featured snippets.
Google News can provide a significant boost in brand exposure and traffic. Jon Henshaw shares details about Coywolf News and what sites can expect after they get into Google News.
Using Open Graph and Twitter Card metadata enhances links when they're shared on social networks, and optimizing Open Graph and Twitter Card images can increase engagement and referral traffic.
One of the best ways to get visitors to engage with online content is to make it visually appealing. Content marketers typically achieve this by adding images, but gathering and presenting data in the form of interactive charts and tables can have a significant impact on engagement.
Living Standard HTML (aka HTML 5) has added new elements over the past several years to help fill in content ambiguity gaps for bots and humans. Some of the elements aren’t frequently used but may improve UX, accessibility, and search visibility.
Campaign Monitor supports the ability to automatically create and send email newsletters based on Really Simple Syndication. This guide provides a walkthrough for creating a custom RSS-compatible template.