search engine optimization

  • App-Improvement AI And The Future Of Web Development Crunch Network

    App-Improvement AI And The Future Of Web Development

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is permeating our lives — just not in the ways we might have expected from reading sci-fi novels or watching robot apocalypse-themed movies. Instead of having live robots walking around, doing our dishes and engaging us in conversation, AI exists primarily in web and mobile apps designed to help us with small intellectual chores, like finding out when the… Read More

  • Filter.ly Helps Publishers Cut Through Internet Noise

    Filter.ly Helps Publishers Cut Through Internet Noise

    Tired of wading through clickbait? Filter.ly, launching today at Disrupt Battlefield, wants to make sure that website visitors only see the content they are most interested in. Many recommendation engines put the most weight on keywords or topics, but Filter.ly’s B2B service delivers more refined, personalized results by looking at a plethora of signals, including how much time a… Read More

  • Farewell To Flash: What It Means For Digital Video Publishers Crunch Network

    Farewell To Flash: What It Means For Digital Video Publishers

    It’s been more than five years since Steve Jobs wrote his infamous “Thoughts on Flash” letter citing the high level of energy consumption, lack of performance on mobile and poor security as the reasons his company’s products would not support Adobe Flash technology. Finally, it appears we’re getting closer to the curtain closing on Flash. Read More

  • Meet MillionShort: The Google Hack That Could Be The Antidote To Search Engine Spam

    Meet MillionShort: The Google Hack That Could Be The Antidote To Search Engine Spam

    Recently I tried to do a Google search for a wine to pair with swordfish, and it was pretty much a disaster (first world problems, I know, but still.) The problem is, web search results for certain topics are just overloaded with “search engine optimized” (SEO) content, which is very often just spam meant to attract people to dummy websites overloaded with ads. Of course… Read More