Here’s an infographic which provides details to page administrators on the specific measurement which should be allotted to the profile picture, the cover image and the distance of the cover image from the timeline, so that they can accommodate easily in the new design without getting cropped or disfigured.

facebook update Infographic: Quick Image Sizes Guidelines for New Facebook Page Layout!

Recently, Google has made much noise with its disavow tool, penalizing websites for backlink related issues. The most recent one being MyBlogGuest. If you have done any link building in the past and are worried about getting the manual spam action mail from Google anytime possible, then there is a slight clue for you to determine which links are worth keeping and which are not.

schema.org has updated its official website to a new version in which it has included examples from RDFa and JSON-LD. In addition to the microdata examples provided previously, schema.org now supports code examples in RDFa and JSON-LD format, and are displayed in tabs below the details for each item type. The update was first reported by Dan Brickley.

JSON LD example for schema.org  schema.org Website Receives an Upgradation to Feature Examples from RDFa and JSON LD!

There is a lot that goes on in the Google office, before the search engine giant gives the thumbs up to a particular algorithmic change. In the recent Webmaster Help video, Google's head of Search Spam, Matt Cutts talks about how Google analyzes the quality of an algorithm change before deciding whether or not to launch it.

The question posed was:

With 13 million followers, Facebook is the most followed brand on Twitter while eBay sweeps the boards in drawing the most engaged traffic. Today's infographic by simplymeasured.com throws light on how the growth of your business is influenced by the rate of engagement on Twitter.

SM Twitter Study Infographic Weekly Infographic  How Top Brands are Using Twitter!

Bing announced that it has updated the Snapshot feature to add 150 million new entities. Some of the added entities include doctors, dentists, lawyers, real estate listings and so on.

Google AdWords announced in a blog post yesterday, that it will be adjourning the regular Product Listing Ads (PLAs) campaigns and replacing it with Google Shopping Campaigns by the end of August 2014.

Google Shopping Campaigns was first rolled out to a group of select advertisers in 2013 and in February 2014 delivered to all the advertisers. Again in March, Google launched the AdWords API to help marketers manage the campaigns at scale.

In the recent Webmaster Help video, Google's head of Search Spam, Matt Cutts explains how Google separates popularity from authority. The question tossed was:

“As Google continues to add social signals to the algorithm, how do you separate simple popularity from true authority?”

We all know how critical is website page speed both for site owners and Internet users. Google Webmasters team has reconfirmed the same in an e-mail which we also have received for our clients, stating that if the pages on your website do not use compression, it can take a lot of time for users to visit those pages which in turn renders a poor user experience.

Now searching for a tweet that you posted several years back is easier. You don't have to browse through thousands of pages of tweets to reach the desired one. Twitter has added the date range fields in its Advanced Search page to allow users filter their search on the basis of a particular time period.