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This could be a good step or a not so good step, depending on which group you belong to ... the parents or the teens.
Google Family Link now lets parents manage their teen's existing Google account and is available for Chromebooks

This week, parents around the world will be able to use Family Link to supervise their teen’s existing Google Account for the first time .... There are some differences when supervising a teen’s account with Family Link. For example, teens are free to turn off supervision if they choose to, but we let parents know. Ultimately, it’s up to each individual family to have a conversation and decide what’s right for them.

Also Family Link is now available for Chromebooks for both kids and teens. Parents can manage website restrictions and account settings for their child from their device, and soon will also be able to set screen time limits and manage apps.

What parents cannot do:
* Remotely see your child’s screen
* See your child’s past searches
* See your child’s Chrome browsing history
* See or reset your child’s account password
* Read your child’s emails or messages
* Listen to your child’s calls
* Delete your child’s account
* Choose a new screen lock password on your child’s device
* Erase the data on your child’s device
* Block your child from stopping supervision

How to add supervision to your child's existing Google account:
https://support.google.com/families/answer/9055704

Chrome and your child's Google account:
https://support.google.com/families/answer/7087030

Learn more on the Google blog:
https://www.blog.google/technology/families/helping-more-families-set-digital-ground-rules-family-link/
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I just ran across this today on a search for something else, and I think it's probably worth a share ... these are the sort of things I've tried to avoid (though not necessarily because of Google rankings) and the sort of things we've tried to tell publishers in the help forum that they should avoid doing.

https://smartblogger.com/seo-mistakes/
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Having a Revival!
Having a Revival!
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Praying for the south-eastern US right now, as #Florence is making it's way to the coast. Particularly for #NorthCarolina and #MountOlive as our grandson is attending his first year at #MountOliveUniversity. They were told this morning to evacuate.
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Questions FOR AdSense Publishers
Questions FOR AdSense Publishers
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Dear #American advertisers:

Perhaps you should not be advertising on my travel website, since I doubt any Canadians will be purchasing travel options to anywhere in the US anytime in the near future.

Between Trump and Trudeau (both, because it's never one person's fault and both are to blame for the idiocy) ... we might as well vacation on the Moon (oh wait ... Trump wants that too).

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Another #iceage is on it's way? mmmmm, nah, probably not anytime soon.

https://www.jgraceystinson.ca/2018/04/news-print-and-global-warming.html
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It's interesting to note that people having been asking in the #GoogleSearch help forum for a few years now how to remove pinterest from their search results (just one example: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/websearch/SVKiyv_etT4).

While there are search operators that help do this, and now browser extensions or plugins, it would seem more prudent to revisit the #googlesearch algorithms.

When any site (such as pinterest) that hosts and curates others' contents comes up in search results before the originating site, that's a problem. On image searches, the entire first page of results can be from pinterest with zero link on pinterest to the originating content.

Something wrong with that I think...apparently so do a lot of others think that.

Pinterest doesn't provide useful content, just republished (in my books, regurgitated - in other words "barfed up") or shared content.

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#AdSense supports #Tamil now! But, ummm, hey guys? From previous experience, it will probably take a month or more for the approvals system to catch up so don't go running off and applying immediately - give them a little time to get up to speed.

Take time to check your sites, go through them to make sure they have suitable content (yeah, I know ... everyone thinks they have suitable content, but most have stuff on their blogs they shouldn't have) and make any corrections necessary before trying to get a Tamil blog approved.

If you already have an AdSense account approved to show ads on your site - REVIEW YOUR SITE FIRST. Don't go slapping ads on it without reviewing the programme policies, and the prohibited content policies. Make sure nothing on your site violates ANY AdSense policies before putting the ads on it.

https://adsense.googleblog.com/2018/02/AdSense-now-supports-Tamil.html
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