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There is a lot of uncertainty in the SEO community on whether Google actually uses behavioral metrics to rank pages.
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We’re just getting more used to the uncertainty rather than the uncertainty receding.
Businesses are now looking to figure out possible steps and responses to mitigate risks in these uncertainties.
All that said, I’ve had my moments, too, where I’ve gotten really really bummed out, or depressed, or wherever you want to call it, about just the situation, because there’s so much uncertainty.
Now the travel-focused mega-unicorn must still contend with the uncertainty of the pandemic.
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“Even though markets recovered well in the second quarter, we are still witnessing considerable uncertainty,” the fund’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer Trond Grande said in a statement.
Amid all the uncertainty, “publishers are rightly focused on the major topics that will really make or break their future … the basics,” said Alessandro De Zanche, founder of media consultancy ADZ Strategies.
Now with uncertainty as the only constant, clients want to build on their most trusted relationships where they’ve previously seen results.
The uncertainty surrounding the coming school year scrambled some publishers’ plans.
Trevonae Williams noted that her uncertainty about being granted CPT was a major factor in her decision to stay put.

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