Travel Bloggers Weekly Issue 51

Travel Bloggers Weekly curates important stories, ideas and resources for travel bloggers to create, build and grow their travel blog.

Travel Bloggers Weekly Issue 51
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Welcome to the 51st issue of Travel Bloggers Weekly.

Travel Bloggers Weekly curates important stories, ideas and resources for travel bloggers to create, build and grow their travel blog.

YouTube getting more serious about podcasts – TechCrunch
Leaked document has unveiled YouTube’s plans pointing to a future podcasts homepage on and other monetization features
How Google generates titles for documents with language or script misalignment | Google Search Central Blog | Google Developers
Interactive Typography Tutorial
Learn the fundamentals of typography through this gamified walkthrough with real-time feedback and logic-based principles.
EightShapes Contrast Grid
May 2022 core update releasing for Google Search | Google Search Central Blog | Google Developers
Lesser-Known And Underused CSS Features In 2022 — Smashing Magazine
CSS is constantly evolving, and some cool and useful properties either go completely unnoticed or are not talked about as much as others for some reason or another. In this article, we’ll cover a fraction of those CSS properties and selectors.
WordPress 6.0 “Arturo”
Say hello to “Arturo” and WordPress 6.0, inspired by Grammy-winning jazz musician, Arturo O’Farrill. With nearly 1,000 enhancements and bug fixes, the second major release of 2022 is here. Download…
110 Top SEO Tools That Are 100% Free
If you’re looking to get started with SEO or want to achieve better results, here are 110 of the best free SEO tools you should be using.
Measuring Link Building — Whiteboard Friday
SEOs have powerful metrics at their disposal to measure the success of their strategies, such as Domain Authority (DA) and Page Authority (PA). But how best to use them? In today’s Whiteboard Friday, Tom shows you how to think about these metrics as part of a holistic approach to your link building…
How to Know When You Need a Dedicated Paid Landing Page
Creating custom, campaign-specific landing pages is resource-intensive, and not every team has the necessary tools, expertise, or personnel to build the content. So, how do you know if you need a custom page, or if you can safely send paid traffic to an organic page and still achieve your KPIs?…
5 Surprising SEO Test Results — Whiteboard Friday
Guest host Emily Potter takes you through a few tests that generated unexpected results for her team at SearchPilot, and what those results mean for SEO strategy.
WordPress’ market share is shrinking
For the first time in a very long time, WordPress’ market share is shrinking. This post explores the numbers, and why that is happening.
Yoast SEO 19.0: Optimize crawling and Bing discoverability
Yoast SEO 19.0 and Premium 18.6 are out today. In Yoast SEO Premium 18.6, we’re introducing new ways to control crawling for your site.

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