Newsletter: February 2017

A copy of our subscriber newsletter from February 2017.

February is for lovers. It's also a time of year when many couples decide to separate. So, weighing those two ends of the spectrum...how's your relationship with Google? Many webmasters are still speculating about a potential algorithm change that happened around February 7th. Others are wondering what happened to international traffic in Google Images - it seems to have vanished, for many! In addition to covering these big news items, we have threads about HTTPS transitions, PBNs, Penguin, and more. Check out our technical articles and threads as you prepare for Spring!


Top SEO Industry News
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  • PBNs, HTTPS, and Other Acronyms: Weekly Forum Update
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  • How To Make The Most Of Emojis On Instagram
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  • Don’t Freak Out About Your 404s: Weekly Forum Update
    It’s that time again! Pinterest, Twitter, and YouTube are the topics du jour. They don’t get a lot of coverage in our communities... Read more
  • How to Repackage Webinars Into Lots of Awesome Content
    Webinars are an excellent way to connect with users, directly engage, promote services, generate leads, and build authority... Read more