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i-D Doubles Revenue After Expanding Commerce and Social Content

The global youth and style publisher i-D, which Vice Media acquired a decade ago in December, has seen substantial upticks in revenue after placing more emphasis on social and commerce content. The publisher has increased its eight-figure revenue 100% year over year, according to chief revenue officer Geoff Schiller, who wouldn’t share exact numbers. Its […]

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R/GA Is Closing Its Current New York and San Francisco Office Spaces as It Continues Restructuring

R/GA is closing its current spacious Hudson Yards office space in New York City as well as its current office space in downtown San Francisco as part of a larger structuring under CEO Sean Lyons. Multiple sources confirmed to Adweek that Lyons told the agency the news via email Tuesday night. As part of the […]

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Jeremy Irons Celebrates Dyslexic Innovators in New Work by DDB Melbourne

As many people with dyslexia can relay, the world isn’t particularly well-equipped to accommodate those that experience this common reading disability. With plenty of horror stories of communities and institutions that simply did not understand dyslexia, working to reshape the world to empower dyslexic thinkers is the next step forward. Encouraging schools to allow teachers […]

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15 ways to secure your WordPress site

As a marketer, SEO or web developer, you know how important it is to keep your WordPress site secure.  From using strong passwords and updating plugins to installing a security plugin and monitoring traffic, these tips will help you keep your site safe from hackers.  Why security matters for SEO Website security is often overlooked. […]

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Shopify is testing a new universal search feature

Google may have a new shopping competitor on its hands. Shopify is testing a new feature in its app that allows customers to search across all merchants on the platform. How it works. The new “Search for anything” search box enables you to search for items previously purchased, merchants matching the search term, and products […]

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New Meta privacy updates for teens

Facebook and Instagram parent Meta has just rolled out new privacy updates for everyone under the age of 16, or 18 in some countries. New privacy defaults. Starting today, teens will default to more private settings when they join Facebook. For teens already on the platform, Meta recommends making these changes manually. The new privacy […]

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NPS for agencies: How to capture client and employee satisfaction

Agencies can often fall into the trap of thinking that clients are happy if they increase their marketing investment.  Similarly, we assume that employees are happy if we’re focusing on culture and trying to do the right thing. But are those things really true? Our agency uses two simple metrics to gather objective data – […]

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Use this SEO forecasting template to gain insights for 2023

Even in boom times, marketing budgets are divided among a range of teams, channels, and initiatives. Going into 2023, with a shaky economy likely to cap many budgets and headcounts far below optimal levels, it will be especially important for marketers to articulate a compelling case for why their area of expertise should get a […]

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Link juice: Is it the new snake oil of Google SEO?

Google’s Search Advocate John Mueller – in a rare case of annoyance – said that any SEO advice mentioning “link juice” is not to be trusted. Is it or not? I wondered about the context and doubted whether it was true. There are different opinions.  After Barry Schwartz shared the news on LinkedIn, a lively […]

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Daily Search Forum Recap: November 23, 2022

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web. Can you believe it, many SEOs are still doing guest posts for links. Google’s John Mueller spoke about subdomains, yes, he did. Google listed the languages supported for […]

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