Google is always testing and experimenting with new and creative ways to display the best possible result for your Internet search. This experimentation has made it more challenging for SEOs to stay on top of Google’s frequent changes to their top secret search engine ranking algorithm.
Everywhere I turn, there’s a new social network, another social media utility and another account to set up. Obviously, it’s impossible to be an active member of every site that comes around, but it sure doesn’t stop people (including yours truly) from giving it a “college try.” Before long, I found myself suffering from social media burnout. Been there? Well, there are some steps you can take to prevent yourself from falling in the same trap or cure yourself of social media burnout if you’re already there.
Many employers have decided to ban the use of social media in the workplace. Their reasons for the bans vary from employer to employer, but there are several common – yet often unjustified – fears.