At a time when the world is reeling under the COVID-19 crisis, the online industry seems to stay afloat – if not, on the upswing. This trend is likely to remain constant for some time, even amidst the fears created by the IMF warning that the world economy is going to shrink by more than 3% in 2020. Let’s analyse what is that makes people consume more online content now than ever before.
Search Engine Optimisation
Google’s Site Kit is a WordPress-exclusive plugin. It gives you access to a plethora of Google products for optimizing and monetizing your website from a single window.
If earlier you need to jump back and forth between different dashboards and your website for stats and figures, the latest offering from Google clearly eliminates it. As a webmaster, you can configure the Site Kit plugin to fetch insights from different Google sources such as Analytics, Adsense, Search Console, PageSpeed Insights, Tag Manager and Google Optimise.
Wikipedia is the most referred encyclopedia. It’s online, anyone can access it. The only requirements are an internet connection and an internet browser. It’s updated many times each day, unlike a print version. Fresh facts are added to the pages, almost every day, making Wikipedia the most updated Encyclopedia or reference hub in the world today.
Wikipedia is the world’s favorite and most used reference publication. The Wikipedia is a web-based, multilingual free encyclopaedia-the single largest most popular general reference publication. If you as an individual or an entity aspires to have a presence, then Wikipedia is the place for you.
Mind mapping as a way to visualize and express ideas has been around since the ancient Greeks and remains as useful as ever. The applications for mind maps are endless, from brainstorming and conceptualization to planning and presentations, but here are some uses specific to digital marketing.
Google’s recent revelations that a majority of its searches comes from mobile devices comes as no surprise with more than 80% of the world’s population having access to smartphones. But what did surprise a lot of people was the fact that a significant part of those queries were voice based.
Imagine yourself on a lazy Saturday afternoon. You finally have the time to try your hand at Lebanese cuisine. So you go on Google and search for “Lebanese recipes”. You get a list of lists. For the next 30 minutes you go to each of the links, read through their recipe recommendations, come back, click on the next one and repeat – until you realize that you’re too tired and would rather just order in.