Let's be honest. We all suspected this.
Is "create once, publish everywhere" a dead idea - or should it be?
A search penalty mistakenly applied by Google drove Buzzfeed to take social media more serious - with dramatic results.
Oh, FT, you're such a click tease...
Gawker joins the list of sites whose traffic took a big hit through a Facebook algorithm change.
Facebook seems to be pushing the organic reach of Page posts towards zero. That leaves paying - or persuading others to share your work for you.
Steven Gradidge of White Hat Media looks at search and social integration in the post Panda and Penguin world.
Putting up a dividing line between social and search operations misses the point…
The Guardian is seeing spikes of social media referrals higher than its search traffic.
That whole influencer idea? Turns out it's not as relevant as people think it is…