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“NBCU’s Peacock Android App Fails to Show Up in Google Play Listings on Launch Day - Variety” plus 2 more

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“NBCU’s Peacock Android App Fails to Show Up in Google Play Listings on Launch Day - Variety” plus 2 moreNBCU’s Peacock Android App Fails to Show Up in Google Play Listings on Launch Day - VarietyThe antitrust case against Google is gathering steam - The VergeTop 5 Questions (and Answers) About GRC Technology - Dark ReadingNBCU’s Peacock Android App Fails to Show Up in Google Play Listings on Launch Day - VarietyPosted: 15 Jul 2020 04:55 AM PDT UPDATED: Users searching for the Android app for Peacock, NBCUniversal's streaming service that made its U.S. national debut Wednesday, came up empty when they tried to find it in the Google Play store.In fact, the Peacock app for Android currently is available on Google Play at this link. But the Peacock TV app was not showing up in searches or on other pages in the Google Play store, leading to confusion about how to get it.In reply to users' inquiries Wednesday morning about why the app wasn't available in the Google Play store, P…

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“Google's Hogging Half Your Traffic: How to Get It Back - Search Engine Journal” plus 1 more

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“Google's Hogging Half Your Traffic: How to Get It Back - Search Engine Journal” plus 1 moreGoogle's Hogging Half Your Traffic: How to Get It Back - Search Engine JournalPosted: 07 Jan 2020 04:01 AM PSTWhat Are Websites Missing out on From Zero-Click Searches?Here's what we're missing out on in the 50% of searches that end with zero clicks to our website:List building.Retargeting.Brand equity.Revenue.All of that value goes to Google instead.And it's happening in every niche. Take Rand's example from SocialMediaExaminer.com. SME ranks #3 in the world for the search term "social media." That ranking gets them 1.43 million impressions per quarter. But just 11,800 clicks.That CTR is tiny: just 0.8%.So why does SEO superstar Brian Dean estimate that position #3 should be getting 18.66% of the clicks?The reason is that not all SERPs are the same. Some SERPs are crowded with competition from Google – especially stuff that appears above the organic …

Patience the Key Word for Djokovic's Younger Challengers - The New York Times

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Patience the Key Word for Djokovic's Younger Challengers - The New York TimesPatience the Key Word for Djokovic's Younger Challengers - The New York TimesIowa caucuses: Race narrows, but the key word is still ‘indecision’ - Chicago Sun-TimesLong Tail Keywords and SEO - Search Engine JournalPatience the Key Word for Djokovic's Younger Challengers - The New York TimesPosted: 31 Jan 2020 02:07 AM PST MELBOURNE — Novak Djokovic will meet either Alexander Zverev or Dominic Thiem in his bid for a record-extending eighth Australian Open title and on Thursday he advised his younger challengers to be patient in their pursuit of glory.Djokovic once again beat great rival Roger Federer at a Grand Slam on Thursday, winning 7-6(1) 6-4 6-3 to book his spot in Sunday's final.It will be an opportunity for the younger men to end the Grand Slam hegemony of Djokovic, Federer and Rafa Nadal - the so-called 'Big Three' - who have shared the last 12 majors between them…