Facebook posted today about the new hashtag support with an overview, saying:
Starting today, hashtags will be clickable on Facebook. Similar to other services like Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, or Pinterest, hashtags on Facebook allow you to add context to a post or indicate that it is part of a larger discussion. When you click on a hashtag in Facebook, you’ll see a feed of what other people and Pages are saying about that event or topic.
When you click on a hashtag, a new overlay window appears showing you matching content.
Ironically, while you still can’t search for posts in Facebook Graph Search, you can search for hashtags. Begin your search with any hashtag word, a word starting with the # symbol
LinkedIn launches two-step verification, a redesigned 'Who's Viewed Your Profile' and adds the capability to upload photos, video and documents to your status updates. Here's what you need to know about the changes.
Mobile: A New Element For The Periodic Table Of SEO Success Factors Search Engine Land mobile When we updated our Periodic Table Of SEO Success Factors last month, we came very close to adding a mobile element to it.
Christopher O'Connor's insight:
Google giving explicit advice that sites with issues for mobile devices might not rank as well,
Smarter storytelling. Here's how... Referencing his book The Dangerous Animals Club, Tobolowsky said, "True trumps clever any day of the week. So I really try to make sure that all of my stories in the book are (1) true, and (2) that they happened to me. It's far more important to tell a true story even if it's not perfect in all the details than to make up a clever lie." Although many see content marketing as just that—marketing—smart marketers know that what they're delivering is a great story. At the heart of that is truth, education, and personality—however imperfect it all may be. Small business owners are directly involved in all aspects of their business and have personal connections with customers. It stands to reason, then, that they have a wealth of powerful stories at their disposal. Want to become a content marketing rock star? Grab attention and connect with potential customers through those stories. Here's how to do it authentically....
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