The COVID-19 pandemic has the entertainment industry in a stranglehold.
With widespread self-isolation mandates, film and TV studios have halted productions, delayed releases, or pushed them to streaming services ahead of schedule. It’s difficult to estimate COVID-19’s full impact within the industry, but analysts have projected upward of $20 billion in losses.
YOU’RE PROBABLY AWARE that your phone tracks your location. It’s how Google can suggest which restaurants are nearby, and how Facebook can tag the bar you’re in, and how Apple can tell where you left your iPhone if you lose it. Now Apple and Google are turning that mass of data into a tool to track just how strictly people are sheltering in place around the globe during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Australia will force Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google to share advertising revenue with local media firms, the country’s treasurer said on Monday, becoming one of the first countries to require digital platforms to pay for content they use.
There’s an old saying, “You don’t know what you don’t know.” I’ve noticed that for many people, this applies to search engine optimization.
In the mad race to get ahead in search engine rankings, the SEO landscape has become littered with misinformation. Whether you’re hiring an SEO company or starting the journey on your own, there are many common and persistent SEO myths to be aware of. I’ll debunk eight of them here.