We all rely on specific tools to do our jobs as SEO professionals. Often we gravitate toward the tools that save us the most time while also providing us with the best insights. This mix of tools in our stack includes those we’ve relied on for a long time as well as those that we’re testing out or that have emerged recently.
Google is taking the next step in making podcasts easier to find. The company will now surface individual podcast episodes in search results, so if someone searches for a show about a niche topic or an interview with a specific person, Google will show them potential podcast episodes that fit their query.
While WordPress makes creating a website or blog possible for anyone for free, it isn’t always as easy as it seems—and even savvy users who have been using WordPress for years still do things wrong because they just don’t know any better.
Important changes are happening at Google and, in a world where marketing and algorithms intersect, those changes are largely happening under the radar. The future of search looks like it will have considerably less search in it, and this isn’t just about the end of the 10 blue links, but about much more fundamental changes.