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|The Atlanta SEO Scene
LEVERABLE.COM — Atlanta: The ATL. The Big Peach. Hotlanta. Home of Coca-Cola, the Braves, and… great SEO? That’s right. A-Town is making waves in tech like never before. Everyone from small startups to the Fortune 500 list are taking advantage of the city’s cutting edge SEO talent. Search and you’ll find hundreds of Atlanta SEO companies clamoring for business in the Atlanta market. Some offer shallow, quick turnaround “solutions,” while others deliver in-depth SEO campaigns that change the scope of business for their clients.
|Is Content Still The King Of SEO In 2023?
VISIONMEDIAINTERACTIVE.COM — For years, the phrase “content is king” has been the guiding principle of search engine optimization (SEO). By creating high-quality, relevant, and engaging content, websites can attract more organic traffic from search engines like Google. But as we enter 2023, is content still the king of SEO? Before we delve into the role of content in SEO, let’s take a moment to look at how SEO has evolved over the years.
|Patchstack Tracks 328% More Security Bugs Reported in WordPress Plugins in 2022
WPTAVERN.COM — Patchstack, a WordPress security maintenance and management tool, has published its “State of WordPress Security” whitepaper for 2022, tracking a few key metrics on publicly reported vulnerabilities. The findings highlight the risk of using unmaintained themes and plugins along with developers’…
|Big assets, little hacks: DMV founders talk the highs and lows of today’s startup realities
TECHNICAL.LY — How are local startup founders navigating some of the most pressing topics of the day? Many company leaders spend their days wondering how to best interact with the elements making up DC’s regional tech ecosystem: funders, universities, Big Tech and their peers. All the while, they’re doing everything possible to get their startups off the ground.
|Three Golden SEO Opportunities That Your Competitors Are Missing
WWW.ANTHONYGAENZLE.COM — Search engine optimization is huge. It’s bigger than a T-Rex. It’s bigger than Jack Black in Lilliput. You might already have an overwhelming list of 200 things to do to boost your SEO. And you might already be doing some of them. But here are a few golden SEO opportunities you might have missed…
|4 Tips To Ensure Your Website Design & SEO Is Done Right
WWW.FORBES.COM — Image Created By Blue Fountain Media image-forbes (1) Website design and organic search performance are intrinsically linked, which is to say that design has an observable effect on a website’s ability to rank well for relevant terms. This can become problematic for companies with…
|Using AI to speed up security checkpoints at Amsterdam Schiphol
AIRPORT-WORLD.COM — The Royal Schiphol Group is starting a collaboration with security technology company Pangiam to investigate ways of screening hand baggage more quickly and safely at Amsterdam Schiphol. The new technology, powered by artificial intelligence, could eventually help enable travellers to go through security checks faster, without compromising on safety.
|5 Productivity Hacks for Small Business Owners
LAVANDAMICHELLE.COM — Small business owners are constantly juggling multiple tasks and responsibilities, from managing employees to marketing their products and services. With so much to do, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and lose focus. But, being productive is crucial for the success of any small business. In this…
|7 tips for using ChatGPT to enhance SEO
WWW.INSIDERINTELLIGENCE.COM — As marketing budgets bend under the pressure of economic uncertainty, SEO is increasingly important for its low costs and compounding returns. Some 58% of marketers plan to use AI for content and SEO by the end of this year, compared to 10% who currently do, according to BrightEdge data. Here are tips on how you can be part of that 58%.
|‘Cora Bora’ review: Megan Stalter is the new queen of screwball comedy
MASHABLE.COM — Cora Bora is the kind of representation chaotic bisexuals demand. (Or at least this one does!) Since the screwball comedies of the 1930s, straight girls have had representation in the flailing yet fabulous likes of Katharine Hepburn, Meg Ryan, and Amy Schumer. Their characters were hot messes,…
|How Not to Cover a Bank Run
WWW.THEATLANTIC.COM — On September 17, 2008, the Financial Times reporter John Authers decided to run to the bank. In his Citi account was a recently deposited check from the sale of his London apartment. If the big banks melted down, which felt like a distinct possibility among his Wall Street sources, he would lose…
|Stanford apologizes after law students disrupt judge’s speech
WWW.REUTERS.COM — March 13 (Reuters) – Stanford University officials have apologized to a federal judge after law students disrupted his campus appearance last week, while a new video of the event showed the judge lashing out at the students’ behavior.”What happened was inconsistent with our policies on free…
|California court upholds Prop 22 in win for Uber, Lyft, DoorDash
TECHCRUNCH.COM — A California appeals court on Monday reversed a lower-court ruling that found Proposition 22, the ballot measure passed in November 2020 that classified Uber and Lyft drivers as independent contractors rather than employees, to be illegal. The decision by three appeals court judges, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, is a win for app-based companies that rely on gig workers to ferry passengers and deliver meals, but do not pay for costs that an employer would, like unemployment insurance, sick leave and other business expenses.
|My 6-Month Forecast and Immediate Game Plan for ChatGPT
BLOG.FREE-EBOOKS.NET — Are you one of those people who are skeptical about trekking the path of applied Science? Perhaps, your concern lies in the social and economic pressures induced by new technologies. Understandably so, even Bill Gates does not understand why people are shockingly undaunted by the emerging AI technology of today.
|Oscars Ratings Rise 12% Over 2022—But Still Among Lowest Ever
WWW.FORBES.COM — Topline Viewership for Sunday night’s Academy Awards broadcast on ABC rose more than 12% compared to last year, according to multiple reports, citing Nielsen data, but the 18.7 million people that watched this year’s ceremony on average is still woefully low by the program’s historical…
|‘Mexico is safer than the U.S.’, Mexican president says
WWW.REUTERS.COM — MEXICO CITY, March 13 (Reuters) – Mexico’s president said on Monday his country is safer than the United States, pushing back against U.S. critics of his security record following a deadly kidnapping this month near the border that claimed the lives of two Americans.The March 3 attack on four…
|Britain takes a fresh look at its foreign policy
WWW.ECONOMIST.COM — IN MARCH 2021 the British government published a sweeping review of foreign, defence, development and security policy dubbed the “Integrated Review”. The world was becoming more competitive and fragmented, it warned. Just how much so it could not have guessed. That summer Kabul fell to the…
|Custom AI chatbots are quietly becoming the next big thing in fandom
WWW.THEVERGE.COM — Illustration by Daniel Jurman for The Verge The world of online fandom has come out against recent strides in disruptive technology: crusading against crypto, for instance, and protesting the widespread scraping of art for use in the training of visual AI programs.One might imagine that fandom…
|Aukus nuclear submarine deal loophole prompts proliferation fears
WWW.THEGUARDIAN.COM — The Aukus scheme announced on Monday in San Diego represents the first time a loophole in the 1968 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) has been used to transfer fissile material and nuclear technology from a nuclear weapons state to a non-weapons state.The loophole is paragraph 14, and it…
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