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Hacking HackerNoon: How We Promote Your Stories Automatically…ish

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@supportHacker Noon Help and Support

All Your Questions about Hacker Noon Answered Here.

Heyo 👋 It is I, your friendly half-bot-half-human Hacker Noon Helper!

You can find everything that I have to offer at help.hackernoon.com, but I will also be posting some of my most helpful tips here.

Hope you enjoy this series, and please tune in every week for more 😊

How HackerNoon Distributes Your Story Across the Web

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As one of the most popular tech publications, we are experts in SEO, distribution… and other things. Read on to find out how we promote our writers across the web.

Internal Linking

An editor will review your story and suggest tags that map as closely as possible to the H1 headline of your articles. Your story then lives on those 8 tagged pages, getting internal link juice from them.

Search Engines

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Due to our high domain ranking, many Hacker Noon articles can be found on the first page of Google, and other search engines, for their target keywords.

(provided that you’ve followed all SEO tips and guidelines)

Twitter

Every single article will get tweeted 3 times from the official Hacker Noon Twitter account (65K followers and growing), tagging your Twitter handle if you use one.

Learn more here.

Added Distribution Across Socials and Forums

Well-Optimized Articles with high potential to rank on the 1st page of Google will be given added distribution, internal, and external backlinking, in order to give them the highest possible chance to be featured on the first page of Google search results.

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Hacker Noon Top Stories will get featured on our homepage, newsletter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and some other places across the interwebs.

How to give your story the best chance to be tagged a “Top Story”:

  1. Publish original content – Reposts (articles published somewhere else first) are not eligible to become top stories.
  2. Publish frequently – Our editor queue has a function to filter stories by authors in order of published minutes. That means the more reading time you create on Hacker Noon, the higher chances of your stories being published sooner. We like to reward our most loyal and longtime contributors, and this is just one way we do it.
  3. Proofread, proofread, and proofread again – Any story with grammar and punctuation errors can be subject to instant rejection, and we can’t put bad writing on the front page. Download Grammarly, double-check your stories or even ask your friendly peers to proofread for you.
  4. Include custom lead images, funny memes, and GIFs – No need to take yourself so seriously. Have some fun with it and make your stories visually appealing.

Hacker Noon isn’t a newspaper, we are a community of nerds, internet junkies, gamers, developers…we live and breathe in the digital world. Use all it has to offer to entertain your reader.

Even though we do quite a lot to promote your stories, as the writer, you are the best advocate for what you’ve written.

There are so many ways that you can promote your stories, yourself, and your brand to millions of readers all over the world.

Interested? Learn how to get more views here.

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Facebook will require its US office workforce to be vaccinated

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Facebook will require that its workers get immunized against the coronavirus before they can return to its Menlo Park headquarters and other offices across the US. “As our offices reopen, we will be requiring anyone coming to work at any of our US campuses to be vaccinated,” Lori Goler, Facebook vice president of people, said on Wednesday. “We continue to work with experts to ensure our return to office plans prioritize everyone’s health and safety.”  

Much like Google, which announced a similar policy earlier in the day, the company said it would have a process in place for workers that can’t get inoculated for medical and “other” reasons. It also says how it implements the requirement in different areas around the world will depend on local conditions and regulations.

In June, Facebook announced it was on track to reopen most of its US offices at 50 percent capacity by early September. Earlier in the year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said employees could apply for permanent remote work positions. In the same post, he noted that within the next five to 10 years, up to half of the company’s workforce could be made up of remote workers.

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Source: https://www.engadget.com/facebook-us-office-vaccine-requirement-215817552.html?src=rss

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Facebook will require its US office workforce to be vaccinated

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Facebook will require that its workers get immunized against the coronavirus before they can return to its Menlo Park headquarters and other offices across the US. “As our offices reopen, we will be requiring anyone coming to work at any of our US campuses to be vaccinated,” Lori Goler, Facebook vice president of people, said on Wednesday. “We continue to work with experts to ensure our return to office plans prioritize everyone’s health and safety.”  

Much like Google, which announced a similar policy earlier in the day, the company said it would have a process in place for workers that can’t get inoculated for medical and “other” reasons. It also says how it implements the requirement in different areas around the world will depend on local conditions and regulations.

In June, Facebook announced it was on track to reopen most of its US offices at 50 percent capacity by early September. Earlier in the year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said employees could apply for permanent remote work positions. In the same post, he noted that within the next five to 10 years, up to half of the company’s workforce could be made up of remote workers.

All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

PlatoAi. Web3 Reimagined. Data Intelligence Amplified.
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Source: https://www.engadget.com/facebook-us-office-vaccine-requirement-215817552.html?src=rss

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Facebook will require its US office workforce to be vaccinated

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Facebook will require that its workers get immunized against the coronavirus before they can return to its Menlo Park headquarters and other offices across the US. “As our offices reopen, we will be requiring anyone coming to work at any of our US campuses to be vaccinated,” Lori Goler, Facebook vice president of people, said on Wednesday. “We continue to work with experts to ensure our return to office plans prioritize everyone’s health and safety.”  

Much like Google, which announced a similar policy earlier in the day, the company said it would have a process in place for workers that can’t get inoculated for medical and “other” reasons. It also says how it implements the requirement in different areas around the world will depend on local conditions and regulations.

In June, Facebook announced it was on track to reopen most of its US offices at 50 percent capacity by early September. Earlier in the year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said employees could apply for permanent remote work positions. In the same post, he noted that within the next five to 10 years, up to half of the company’s workforce could be made up of remote workers.

All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

PlatoAi. Web3 Reimagined. Data Intelligence Amplified.
Click here to access.

Source: https://www.engadget.com/facebook-us-office-vaccine-requirement-215817552.html?src=rss

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Mark Zuckerberg says video accounts for almost half the time spent on Facebook

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Facebook users are spending a lot more time watching video, and short-form video like Instagram Reels is growing fast. Speaking during the company’s second-quarter earnings call, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that “video now accounts for almost half of all time spent on Facebook.” And on Instagram, TikTok competitor Reels is the “largest contributor to engagement growth.”

Though he stopped short of sharing more specific stats, the new details suggest Instagram’s Reels may be gaining more traction as the company vies for creator talent. Zuckerberg also noted that the company’s focus on creators and shopping would also help it reach its longer term goal of becoming a “metaverse company.”

Facebook revealed earlier this week that it was tapping an Instagram exec to start a new team focused on creating a metaverse. “You can kind of think about this as an embodied internet that you’re inside of rather than just looking at,” Zuckerberg said. “You’re basically gonna be able to do everything that you can on the internet today, as well as some things that don’t make sense on the internet today like dancing.”

Zuckerberg’s comments come as the company reported some of its strongest growth in years, with revenue of more than $29 billion, an increase of 56 percent from last year. The company also reported more than 3.5 billion “monthly active people,” though user growth in the US once again remained flat.

Despite the strong numbers this quarter, the company warned that the rest of 2021 could look very different. Facebook expects revenue and growth to “decelerate significantly” in the second half of the year, said CFO Dave Wehner. He also noted that Apple’s iOS 14.5 update, which allows users to opt out of the social network’s ad tracking, would have a “greater impact” next quarter.

All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

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Source: https://www.engadget.com/facebook-q2-2021-earnings-214311750.html?src=rss

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