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Over the course of SEO’s long and ever-changing history, we’ve seen the perceived value of metadata slowly chipped away by Google update after Google update. First it was the meta keywords tag, left dying in the gutter and now barely hanging on as a simple reminder of days long ago. Now, there are indications that title tags and meta descriptions, too, are becoming less important. According to Searchmetrics’s 2016 study of...

It can be hard to believe that just 20 years ago, mobile phones were little more than glorified plastic bricks with shoddy cellular service. Over the course of the past decade, they’ve evolved far past simple calling and messaging devices and have become powerhouses for media consumption. Today, we see them acting as essential players in the lives of people worldwide, with over 64 percent of individuals owning a smartphone in...

Content generators are getting smarter. What does this mean for search engine optimization, and are human writers finally obsolete? The age of machines is upon us – or, rather, we’ve been living in it for a while now. With the rise of Google’s RankBrain, self-driving cars, and companies in numerous industries pumping money into the development of robotics and artificial intelligence, it certainly appears that humanity’s end days are nigh. Software and...