Better to have Static Front Page or Blog Posts on Wordpress

Jul 1st, 2020
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  1. Better to have Static Front Page or Blog Posts on Wordpress Homepage?
  2. Is there any advantage to having your wordpress site's front page picked one way or the other ? I have always had it set to just display my most recent 5-10 blog posts. But I have been getting the feeling this is messing with indexing issues possibly even when I seem to have all my seo settings set the right way.
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  14. Personally I would recommend you to have a static home with a good description of the site and with links that go directly to your categories of publications
  15. Example, in your beginning be exclusively logos, banners, links, made your categories.
  16. I base it upon my audience, my niche, and the feel of the site.
  17. I have some both ways, nothing majorly different in my rankings for them.
  18. Refer more and more articles and get the ideas to draft the outline of your content. Find similar write-ups and grab ideas, bring it to your own style with added flavors. But don
  20. ’t miss out to go away from your template outline. To foresee you as an expert writer developing your writing skills, you have to have better initiative.
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  24. Some researchers share their papers before publication and let Google give suggestions, according to thousands of pages of emails obtained by the Journal in public-records
  26. requests of more than a dozen university professors. The professors don't always reveal Google's backing in their research, and few disclosed the financial ties in subsequent
  28. articles on the same or similar topics, the Journal found. ... Google officials in Washington compiled wish lists of academic papers that included working titles, abstracts and
  30. budgets for each proposed paper-then they searched for willing authors, according to a former employee and a former Google lobbyist. ... Mr. Sokol, though, had extensive financial
  32. ties to Google, according to his emails obtained by the Journal. He was a part-time attorney at the Silicon Valley law firm of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, which has Google
  34. as a client. The 2020 paper's co-author was also a partner at the law firm, which didn't respond to requests for comment.
  35. Buy link without disclosure = potential influence ranking in search results = evil spammer SEO
  36. Buy academic research without disclosure (even if lack of disclosure is intentional & the person who didn't disclose is willing to lie to hide the connection) = directly influence
  38. economic & political outcomes = saint Google
  39. As bad as that is, Google has non profit think tanks fire ENTIRE TEAMS if they suggest regulatory action against Google is just:
  40. "We are in the process of trying to expand our relationship with Google on some absolutely key points,' Ms. Slaughter wrote in an email to Mr. Lynn, urging him to'just THINK about
  42. how you are imperiling funding for others.'
  43. "What happened has little to do with New America, and everything to do with Google and monopoly power. One reason that American governance is dysfunctional is because of the
  45. capture of much academic and NGO infrastructure by power. That this happened obviously and clumsily at one think tank is not the point. The point is that this is a *system* of
  47. power. I have deep respect for the scholars at New America and the work done there. The point here is how *Google* and monopolies operate. I'll make one other political point
  49. about monopoly power. Democracies all over the world are seeing an upsurge in anger. Why? Scholars have tended to look at political differences, like does a different social
  51. safety net have an impact on populism. But it makes more sense to understand what countries have in common. Multi-nationals stretch over... multiple nations. So if you think, we
  53. do, that corporations are part of our political system, then populism everywhere monopolies operate isn't a surprise. Because these are the same monopolies. Google is part of the
  55. American political system, and the European one, and so on and so forth." - Matt Stoller
  56. Any dissent of Google is verboten:
  57. in recent years, Google has become greedy about owning not just search capacities, video and maps, but also the shape of public discourse. As the Wall Street Journal recently
  59. reported, Google has recruited and cultivated law professors who support its views. And as the New York Times recently reported, it has become invested in building curriculum for
  61. our public schools, and has created political strategy to get schools to adopt its products. This year, Google is on track to spend more money than any company in America on
  63. lobbying.
  64. "I just got off the phone with Eric Schmidt and he is pulling all of his money." - Anne-Marie Slaughter
  65. They not only directly control the think tanks, but also state who & what the think tanks may fund:
  66. Google's director of policy communications, Bob Boorstin, emailed the Rose Foundation (a major funder of Consumer Watchdog) complaining about Consumer Watchdog and asking the
  68. charity to consider "whether there might be better groups in which to place your trust and resources."
  69. They can also, you know, blackball your media organization or outright penalize you. The more aggressive you are with monetization the more leverage they have to arbitrarily hit
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