Tips For Avoiding Misinformation In SEO Resources & Conversations

Tips For Avoiding Misinformation In SEO Resources & Conversations

The internet is rich with information about SEO, but not all of it is trustworthy. This is how to avoid SEO misinformation.

The SEO Lounge: Testing Your Way To SEO Success with Kyle Roof

The SEO Lounge is proud to bring one of our most popular guests, Kyle Roof, back to the stage to teach you how achieve outsized results through SEO Testing.

Attendees will learn the step by step process to break through common SEO misconceptions, identify ranking factors, and apply test findings for profit (and fun).

As a bonus, Kyle will share the 3 most powerful tests SEOs should be applying to every site they own in 2023. RSVP to join us on September 19th at 10 AM EST.

00:00 – introducing Kyle Roof
8:21 – Kyle takes us through the recent interesting tests and discoveries in IMG SEO testers section
15:23 – Kyle talks about his most popular courses inside IMG
18:55 – Start of the workshop
22:07 – Kyle covers the classic setup for testing in SEO
28:00 – How to choose your test keyword
32:23 – How to index your test pages
38:00 – Powerful test #1 (Google can’t read series)
46:40 – Kyle Roof explains what field observations are
50:09 – Powerful test #2 (Comparing GSC, Lighthouse and Webpage Test)
55:56 – Powerful test 3 (Building links with a link shortener)
1:00:30 – Q &A session at the end of the workshop

How to stop misinformation in times of coronavirus?

Learn how to identify unverified content you receive on your cell phone and avoid spreading information on social media that has not been checked by credible sources. Caring for reliable information is everyone’s responsibility, and helps us make better decisions.

Learn more about this campaign by UNESCO and UNDP at:

Data and Disinformation: Investigating Cambridge Analytica (Exposé Documentary) | Real Stories

Your data was only the beginning…
People You May Know follows Charles Kriel, specialist advisor to UK Parliament on disinformation, when he discovers Cambridge Analytica collaborating with a software company creating a microtargeting platform for US churches, targeting vulnerable people – the poor, the grieving, the addicted – to radicalise them for far-right politics.

With US 2020 elections coming, Kriel gathers a team of whistleblowers and journalists, and journeys across America with his young family, where he discovers a powerful organisation with ties to the heart of the White House. The man who commissioned CA is a member of the most powerful secret political organisation in the United States, with an agenda to rewrite the Constitution according to Christian law.

Going undercover, he risks everything to gain access where no outsider has ever set foot.

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2020 Guide To Teach Students How To Research & Avoid Fake News, Disinformation, And Misinformation

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Link to “Teach Students How To Research” presentation:

Based on my popular presentation titled “Teaching Students To Become Expert Researchers And Avoid Fake News, Disinformation, and Misinformation” this video will provide you with the resources needed to teach your students everything they need to know to become efficient and effective researchers.

This video uses a fun and humorous approach to help students understand how to use keywords to make better search queries, provides several tips and examples taken directly from Google, covers how to use filters, introduction to Google News and Google Scholar and how to use Wikipedia for legitimate and reliable resources, shows them examples of deep fakes, explains how to identify media bias, shows them the difference between fake news, disinformation, and misinformation, and helps them understand ways to fact check what they read on the Internet and see on television.

Topics include:
* How Google Works
* How To Identify Ads
* Examples of Bad Searches And How To Make Them Better
* Examples of Google’s 4 Lessons: Every Word Matters, Every Letter Matters, Word Order Matters, and Capitalization Doesn’t Matter
* General Search Tips
* How To Use Filters
* Intro To Google News
* Intro To Google Scholar
* Using Wikipedia In A Reliable Way
*Guide To Deep Fakes
* Understanding the Difference Between Fake News, Misinformation, and Disinformation
* Intro To Media Bias and How To Detect It
* How To Use Fact Checkers
*Understanding How To Spot Fake News

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