Well, well, well… Another week has gone by which means more news has happened in the digital world. Tune it to Sunday Rundown #83 🙂
Google rolls out March 2023 core algorithm update
Google is no stranger to algorithm updates, regularly introducing changes to enhance its understanding and ranking of content. With these updates, Google aims to deliver increasingly relevant, high-quality search results. However, with these updates come changes in how Google evaluates and ranks websites, which means SEO professionals and website owners must stay in the know and adapt their strategies.
Here are some critical takeaways you’ll want to keep in mind:
- Time is of the Essence: The effects of core algorithm updates aren’t immediately noticeable. It can take days or weeks for Google’s crawlers to index and reassess the web.
- Keep an Eye on the Numbers: Watch your site’s organic search traffic and keyword rankings, as these metrics will help you gauge the update’s impact and identify potential areas for improvement.
- Quality is King: Google’s goal with these updates is to serve better search results. That means consistently creating valuable content tailored to your target audience’s needs.
- Don’t Neglect The Fine Details: Your site’s technical aspects, such as site speed, mobile-friendliness, and proper indexing, play a massive role in determining your overall ranking. Give them the attention they deserve.
Elon Musk says remaining Twitter employees will soon receive ‘very significant’ stock awards
Elon Musk emailed his remaining employees at Twitter on Monday morning to tell them that, after another round of sudden layoffs over the weekend, those who are left will receive “very significant” performance-based stock awards on March 24th, according to an internal memo obtained by The Verge.
This past week, we completed a difficult organizational overhaul focused on improving future execution, using as much feedback as we could gather from the entire company. Those who remain are highly regarded by those around them.Elon Musk
Twitter annouces exclusive watch parties for new Halo TV series
As it looks to tap into the rising popularity of gaming in the app, and establish stronger links in the gaming community, Twitter has announced that it will host a series of watch parties for the new Paramount+ TV series ‘Halo’, which is based on the popular video game.
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