What the Tech? DuckDuckGo search engine protects user priva…

It works just like Google Search but it doesn’t save your web searches and pages you view and sell the information to advertisers. Google Chrome and Google Search make no excuses for doing that and unless you delete your Google Activity, everything from web pages to YouTube videos to searches are saved. Zoomd Custom Site […]

How user intent influences your website’s SEO success

By Anton Koekemoer on 4 March, 2019 AntonRSA Share If user intent is still not something that you are including in your SEO strategy, you are missing out on the chance to convert more traffic organically. Many keyword strategies are so focused on volume that there is little thought to how and why people search. […]

Top 10 User Engagement KPIs to Measure

In today’s low-attention economy, site engagement can be considered an indicator of your website’s success. Content engagement metrics are important because they show how your content strategy aligns with user interest. Furthermore, customer engagement is related with overall profitability, as engaged users are more likely to buy, become repeat customers, and share the product/service with […]

Understanding Website User Engagement with Google Analytics…

Mediamodifier / Pixabay 15 seconds. The amount of time that most users spend on a website and the amount of time you have to capture your audience’s attention. So how do you know whether users are engaged, and what can you do to increase user engagement on your website? Most marketers use Google Analytics to […]

Popular apps share data with Facebook without user consent

Some of the most popular apps for Android smartphones, including Skyscanner, TripAdvisor and MyFitnessPal, are transmitting data to Facebook without the consent of users in a potential breach of EU regulations.  In a study of 34 popular Android apps, the campaign group Privacy International found that at least 20 of them send certain data to Facebook […]

WordPress plugs bug that led to Google indexing some user p…

A week after releasing its first major update in quite some time, the WordPress team has pushed the first security patch for its brand new WordPress 5.0 branch. Released hours ago, WordPress version 5.0.1 fixes seven security vulnerabilities (some of which allow site takeover) but also plugs a pretty serious privacy leak. The latter was […]