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Jun 22, 2022
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home page article marketing Q & A with search legend Danny Sullivan on industry changes, SMX East, Rank Brain and more Q & A with search E-Commerce Photo Editing legend Danny Sullivan on industry changes, SMX East, Rank Brain and more Public: 2020-12-18 Danny Sullivan, founding editor of Search Engine Land and chief content officer of E-Commerce Photo Editing Third Door Media, recently celebrated a major 20-year career milestone as a search journalist. If there are people on the planet who are familiar with the nuances of Google's search algorithms and the various players in SEO software and agencies, I haven't met them yet. Danny Sullivan Interview with Danny Sullivan, Left, Google Webmaster Trend Analyst Gary, at SMX Advanced earlier this year. The Word Stream E-Commerce Photo Editing team was very excited to be part of SMX East again this year and had the opportunity to catch up with Danny before the meeting. He generously agreed to take the time to answer E-Commerce Photo Editing some search questions for us. WS: The industry has grown and evolved a lot, but what really surprised you when you searched? What is the reason? Danny: Mobile growth is probably the biggest surprise. I never thought I would have easy access to the internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on the move. Search is certainly an "always on" experience. WS: Recently, on Search Engine Land, I wrote a great article about Google's new "critic reviews" highlighting E-Commerce Photo Editing some of the opportunities Google needs to make this feature more convenient (and fair) . It was . How do you think critic reviews will change in the coming months? And what does E-Commerce Photo Editing it mean for local businesses now? Google critic reviews Danny: I think the big picture isn't how "critic reviews" change, but how Google itself changes. I'm sure people are tired of hearing about the death of the 10 blue links, but people will still stick to those 10 blue links.
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