• Just the Facts: The rise of auto-generated profile sites, and what that means about the direction of search

    Just the Facts: The rise of auto-generated profile sites, and what that means about the direction of search

    People like to do quick, basic research before engaging in business. As the go-to place for that research, Google’s page 1 has become a kind of dossier about people and brands.  This is why the Knowledge Panel (the summary info ...

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  • When Google Must Not Get the Answer Wrong

    When Google Must Not Get the Answer Wrong

    You have probably noticed that Google has been steadily elevating the prominence of the “question and answer format” for some time. Google first introduced the People also ask box in 2015. For a while, it was a low-profile feature, often ...

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  • How Deep is Google’s Love?: Where the In-Depth Articles have Gone (and What it Means for You)

    How Deep is Google’s Love?: Where the In-Depth Articles have Gone (and What it Means for You)

    Recently, Google appears to have made a significant change to its search results page that eliminated several in-depth articles for many clients. We’ve taken a deeper dive into this development to see what it could mean for brands and high-profile ...

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  • Learn about Digital Reputation During a Crisis at the 2019 PR News Crisis Management Summit in Miami Beach – Thursday, February 28th

    Learn about Digital Reputation During a Crisis at the 2019 PR News Crisis Management Summit in Miami Beach – Thursday, February 28th

    When crisis strikes, a company’s digital reputation becomes stressed and vital to their health.  Five Blocks President, Howard Opinsky, will offer his insights at the Summit on the impact that crises have on digital reputations and what brands and individuals ...

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  • Five Blocks President Howard Opinsky speaks with PR Week on Bezos’ response to AMI

    Five Blocks President Howard Opinsky speaks with PR Week on Bezos’ response to AMI

    “We’re not even close to the beginning of the beginning to how information will be wielded as a weapon of war and business,” Opinsky said… Read more

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