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Six big things we did together this year


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Your participation makes this all possible, and we're proud to be in this fight with you.

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Dear Mozilla Supporter,

Technology needs a hero. We know all too well its villains and its threats — widespread conspiracy theories, growing social media addictions, and relentless online spying. It's easy to feel hopeless in the face of these challenges.

But there is a reason for hope. Together, we have won positive change, called out bad behavior, and shown the world a better way. We are technology's heroes – you and me. Your participation and donations fuel our actions, and we are proud to be in this fight with you. Here are just a few of the things we accomplished together this year.

Protecting Your Privacy
  • We got Apple to step-up on privacy. Mozilla first called on Apple to curb cross-app tracking in 2019, because advertisers should not be able to collect highly personal data across apps without your consent. So we were delighted when Apple finally agreed with us in April and rolled out the ability to block cross-app tracking. Click here for the opt-out instructions.
  • We're standing up to Venmo. We believe privacy should always be the default when it comes to your online financial life. So we teamed up with the Electronic Frontier Foundation to urge Venmo to give users privacy control for their friend list. You can co-sign our letter here, or read the history of our campaign to make Venmo more private here.

Expanding Technology's Stakeholders
  • Ensuring everyone's voice is heard. Over the next decade, speech is expected to become the primary way people interact with devices. But most of the voice data currently used to train algorithms is held by a handful of major companies, and none of them support a single native African language. So we're excited to announce a major new expansion of our open-source Common Voice initiative to build out voice data sets in Kiswahili – an East African language spoken by an estimated 100 million people. Read more here.
  • Crowdsourcing internet health. Mozilla's annual Internet Health Report features the perspectives of more than a hundred people who are making the internet healthier. Now, you can also hear their voices in a new audio feature: Sounds of the Internet Health Report. Read more, and tune in to the podcast, here.

Promoting Transparency
  • Teaming up to take control of our data. These days, it's increasingly difficult to understand the data companies collect from you, and what they're doing with it. Here at Mozilla, we believe that you should determine who benefits from your data, so we've launched a new initiative – Rally – that's aimed at rebuilding control of your data. Read more here.
  • Demanding TikTok open up. Ad transparency is a crucial safeguard against disinformation and dark money political influence. That's why Snapchat, YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook have all built ad databases for public viewing. But TikTok doesn't share this information, and our research reveals that it's teeming with political ads. With upcoming elections around the world, including a major election in Germany this September, TikTok must immediately implement ad transparency to avoid becoming the next hotspot for disinformation and shady political influence. Sign our petition to demand ad transparency now.

There's so much more to be proud of, but we thought you would enjoy these highlights the most. So from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for your support. Your time, your actions, and your donations make all of this work and progress possible.

Sincerely,

The Mozilla Partnerships & Fundraising Team
(Jessie, Will, Stephanie, Juan, Jesse and Tom)

 


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The art of creative writing comes into play when advertising, marketing and promoting anything of value on the world wide web.  There can be no doubt that the only thing that stands between a bu9siness owner and success are words.  Most people have difficulty in writing words to express their feelings, emotions or to describe adequately, their particular business model on Google, Yahoo, Bing, Baidu, Yandex, DuckDuckGo and all of the other major search engines in 2021.  There is one;  however, that finds writing about anything quite simple and he chooses to earn his living by accomplishing this task handily for those who pay him for his technical and innate ability.

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This name stands for honest, dependable, creative hard work for those people who have a hard time in finding just those right words which will bring them success online.  Hamilton has been in the business of writing original and readable content since 2003.  There are few who can match his ability to think creatively about any subject imaginable and bring those projects to a successful keyword position on the web in a simple and concise manner.  In order to understand better, what the simple and effective use of words in telling stories about businesses online, reading search engine optimization services by Butch Hamilton could unlock some additional insights about the rare and beautiful talent of expressing ideas through the use of words.  The podcasts and videos also help to explain the creative writing process even better for those that find reading too tedious or time demanding.  Following along with these three websites may just unlock some major reasons why anyone should Hire Butch Hamilton!

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Simple writing is an inborn stock and trade of the man of creative writing called Butch Hamilton.  Once stated "the most powerful search engine optimization master in the world" by the world renowned author, philosopher, entrepreneur, Louie Moss, Hamilton stylized the essence of content writing for the web not by accident or education, but rather chose to do it the right way, the hard way and the most successful way possible.  Hamilton learned spider writing by consistent, aggressive and targeted writing for often times, as much as 20 hours per day.  This is no exaggeration by any stretch of the imagination.  Those people who have had the rare opportunity to test the writing ability of Butch Hamilton will testify to his performance and track record of successfully generating the finest content for the web that can be written.  An amazing history of success has followed this esteemed writer as he applies words to express the essence of business plans for others to find and respond favorably to on the major searches engines of the Internet.

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FCC program for broadband access


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The FCC has a new program to help Americans with their internet bills

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Learn more about the FCCs Emergency Broadband Benefit


Dear Mozilla Supporter,

Have you heard about the new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program to help Americans with their internet bills?

The subsidy program — the Emergency Broadband Benefit — launched in May as a way to help Americans struggling to afford broadband internet particularly during the pandemic. The $3.2 billion fund is available until it's depleted or up to six months after the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declares the pandemic over.

Not sure if you're eligible? Learn more and apply on the official FCC website.

And please be sure to help your friends and family determine their eligibility by sharing on Twitter, Facebook or by Email.

Since it's unclear how many people will apply and how long the funds will last, it's a good idea to apply and spread the word right away!

While this may be an imperfect solution to the problem of unaffordable broadband internet, it can bring temporary relief to millions of Americans who need it. There is still work to do to bring truly affordable broadband internet to people across the U.S., but in the meantime, we want to make sure you or your loved ones don't miss the opportunity to apply for EBB if you're eligible. See more details below and visit the FCC website.

Here's more detailed information about this program and eligibility:

What is the EBB?
  • A $3.2 billion federal fund to help Americans pay for broadband internet access during the pandemic
  • Eligible households are given a discount off the cost of broadband service
    • Discount per household: up to $50/mo, $75/mo on qualifying tribal lands
  • Providers are reimbursed for the cost
  • Concludes when the fund runs out, or six months after the pandemic is declared over
Who is eligible?
You're eligible if you meet one of the following criteria:
  • Experienced a substantial loss of income due to job loss or furlough since Feb 29 2020, and had an income of $99,000 or less prior to that ($198,000 filing jointly);
  • Are at or below 135% of Federal Poverty Guidelines for income;
  • Participate in SNAP, Medicaid, or Lifeline;
  • Are approved to receive benefits under the free and reduced-price school lunch program; or
  • Received a Federal Pell Grant during the current award year.
Millions of households are likely eligible for the EBB, including people who don't meet the criteria above. Learn more and apply on the official FCC website.

Thanks for being a supporter of internet access,

The Mozilla Team

 


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A recent email from Mozilla concerning some privacy issues concerning Amazon.  Well worth the time to read and follow!


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Consumer Tech News You Can Use.
What's Creepy, What's Not?


Welcome to *Privacy Not Included's new monthly round-up of consumer tech news you can use to shop smart for connected gadgets and apps. We hope you enjoy it!


What's Creepy?

Amazon Devices Will Soon Share Your Internet

June 8th! That's the day Amazon begins automatically opting in users of Alexa, Echo, Ring security cams, and Tile devices into a program called Amazon Sidewalk. Amazon Sidewalk is basically a giant shared wireless network. That means Amazon will take a little of your wireless bandwidth and share that into a bigger pool of bandwidth so you, your neighbors, or people passing by can access the internet through this crowdsourced network. If that sounds kinda creepy, that's because it potentially is. Especially because Amazon does that thing we HATE — they opt you in, rather than asking your permission to opt in. So, maybe take a few minutes to go opt out.

How to Opt Out of Amazon Sidewalk
  1. Open your Alexa app (if you have a Ring, but not an Alexa, go to your Ring Control Center in the app to opt-out).
  2. Open More. Open Settings.
  3. Select Account Settings.
  4. Select Amazon Sidewalk.
  5. Turn Amazon Sidewalk to OFF.

What to Know About Apple Airtag Trackers

Apple recently came out with Airtags, their version of a little tracking device you attach to your purse, keys, phone, or wallet to help you always know where they are. Every review we've seen says two things about the Airtags. One, they work great. Two, they might just work too great. The problem? They are too easy to use to track non-consenting humans without their knowledge. Which is pretty creepy. Unfortunately, it's not new. Tile trackers have also had this problem in the past.

What's the problem?

Airtags track things out of normal bluetooth range by being part of Apple's huge network of phones. Apple's Find My app network used to help track their Airtags is huge, with over a billion iPhones in use. Tile uses a similar network but it has traditionally been much, much smaller. That will change soon though, as Tile trackers will start working on Amazon's Sidewalk local bluetooth network June 14th. And while Apple has built in some features to try and keep their Airtags from being used to stalk people without their knowledge, experts worry these features don't go far enough. For example, originally Airtags that have been away from their owners phone will make a sound after three days. Although last week Apple announced they would start sending out updates to the devices shortening this time to "play at a random time inside a window that lasts between 8 and 24 hours." And while Apple does have a feature to notify users if an unknown Airtag is nearby, that feature currently only works if you have an iPhone running iOS 14.5. Android users are out of luck until Apple releases the Android app later this year.

What's the solution?

Right now, there isn't a great solution for consumers other than hope no one tries to stalk you with an Airtag. A better solution? Apple should do better. And it seems they are working on it. We're happy to see Apple's recent announcement they will shorten the time before an alert is sent to an unsuspecting user from three days to an 8 to 24 hour window. There's still plenty of stalking that can be done in that time frame though. And Android phones need to be given alerts too. Hopefully Apple will get that Android app in users hands sooner rather than later this year.

All in all, our brave new world of consumer trackers currently feels pretty creepy.


What's Not Creepy?

Fitness tracker reviews

Warmer weather means getting outside and getting active. If you're thinking of buying a fitness tracker to track all the steps you'll take this Summer, that sleep you'll get (or not get), or your heart rate, stress, and blood oxygen levels, know that not all fitness trackers protect all that personal biometric data the same. Garmin makes our Best Of list, while Amazon's Halo and Xiaomi's Mi Band 5 earn our *Privacy Not Included warning label. We've got all our fitness tracker reviews right here to make it easy for you.


Coming Soon: Amazon Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day is coming June 21st and 22nd. What does this mean for you as a tech consumer? First, it means DEALS! We all love deals on cool tech. It also means shopping smart on those deals so you don't get something totally creepy. How to do that? Well, our *Privacy Not Included buyer's guide is a great place to start. Check it out now. Bookmark it for later. And use our Best Of category to find the good stuff and our *Privacy Not Included warning labels to help avoid the creepy stuff.

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Jen Caltrider
Lead, *Privacy Not Included
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Search Intent


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This is an email I received this morning from StatCounter.com  I believe that it makes a very good case for search intent as well as explaining the various reasons for going a few steps further when optimizing a website for keywords and phrases.

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Four Types of Search Intent

Learn about the four types of Search Intent and how to optimize your content to improve your rankings, increase click through rates from search engines and boost visitor engagement on your page.

What is Search Intent?

Search intent is the reason behind a person's search. It is the searcher's 'why' to what they type into the search engine. You may not have heard of search intent, or keyword intent, but you carry out this action everyday when you look something up.

For example, when you type Lego into the search bar, your intention might be to find the Lego website. But another person's intention may be to find instructional videos about building Lego kits.

There are four types of search intent, namely Navigational, Informational, Transactional and Commercial Intent.

You might be thinking to yourself, hey, my website is already optimized for keywords AND I'm producing content that I know is reaching my audience. So why do I need to put in even more work?!

It's not enough to optimize your website for keywords as they don't provide enough context. If you can figure out why a searcher typed a particular search query, you can bring them to the most relevant page, blog post or guide, instead of hoping for the best when a certain keyword shows up.

Google Search Intent

The Importance of Search Intent

Each type of search intent will give you great insight into the forms of content you need to produce for your audience, based on their rationale behind the search. This not only makes it easier for you to come up with content ideas and plans, but you'll also see how they suit your customers' needs and will have you hitting those higher ranks in no time!

When you augment your content for search intent, your website has a greater chance of becoming discovered because you have strategically placed yourself in front of your customers.

Because you concisely understand the needs and wants of your customers, you'll start ranking higher in the SERPs. This goes back to my previous point about brand discovery, which will also lead to higher traffic for your website as everything is tailored directly to the searcher's needs.

As you delve into the search intent area, you will get a clear understanding of what it is your customer searches for in relation to your product or service and whether they land on your website or actually buy your product. Having this insight can help you tweak your product/service, or else describe it in a manner that is better suited to your customer's needs.

With search intent assessed, you will attract the right clientele to your website and keep the bounce rate to a minimum as your content will be a perfect fit for their search.

How to Optimize Your Content For Search Intent

Navigational Search Intent

Navigational searches are carried out when the user already knows what website or webpage they want to visit. They have a very clear intent — to get to that particular website, pronto!

As you can see from the example below, this is very much a brand search where the searcher either wants to make their way to the main Lego website or other high level brand resources.

As such, Google prioritises the main Lego website for this type of search. The Lego Twitter feed also appears in a high position in the form of a carousel. This is common for brand based searches where the brand has an active and engaged Twitter audience.

Navigational Search Intent

If a searcher has this intention type, they will most likely already know you or your brand name. To ensure your website is optimized for this search, have clear landing pages for your product/service and homepage, with details about your company, what your service is and who you cater to.

Include your brand and product/service name in the page title, subheadings and meta description as these are the factors Google looks at to see if you're the right fit for the search.

In the above example, you can see "Lego" is clearly stated in the title as well as in the URL.

The most common type of content produced for these searches are landing pages and homepages, so having clear web copy along with the steps above will produce a high search rank when your brand is searched for.

Informational Search Intent

These queries are used when the searcher is looking for information or a solution.

Informational searches are usually questions, for example 'How to' or 'What is', where the searcher is either looking for a simple answer or a longer guide-type post.

We showed you how to do keyword research in a previous guide. Optimizing content for informational search intent involves adding what are known as 'intent modifiers' to your keywords.

Intent modifiers are words that imply intent, because when they are used they change the meaning of the search. Take the Lego example below, if the searcher were to type in "Lego camper van", Google would show a list of camper vans and possible products to buy. But by using the phrase "How to", Google knows that the searcher is looking for an answer in the form of a guide or instructional video.

Informational Search Intent

You can see an extensive list of intent modifiers here to match with your keywords.

In order to enhance your page and content for informational intent, use the question your audience asks in strategic positions such as headings, subheadings, URL, page title and descriptions.

Have the answer to this question in the first paragraph, so the reader (and Google!) can quickly see that you're the right match and will continue to click through the article.

Intent modifiers associated with informational intent are how, what, who, guide, tutorial and resource.

Content types best suited to informational intent are blog posts and articles, how-to guides, list posts and step-by-step posts, as well as how-to videos.

Commercial Investigation

Here the searcher knows what product they are looking for on the market, but are not yet sure what brand they want to buy from. They are not quite at the transactional phase just yet, but are looking to compare brands and various products to see what matches their needs.

Commercial Investigation

In this Lego example, the searcher is looking for the best Lego Volkswagen set but the first result isn't actually produced by the Lego company.

Other examples of commercial searches include reviews, which are more localised searches. The searcher might be looking to go out for dinner in Boston, but specifically wants to go to a Thai-food restaurant. If they type in "best Boston Thai", a variety of restaurants will show.

To rank well in these searches, include detailed product and service descriptions for your particular product. Avoid being outshone by other companies!

Depending on the industry you are in, you could write a blog post comparing products or services that you use and how they are of benefit to you. This can set you apart because you are adding value to your customer's experiences through useful and actionable advice.

Including words such as best, top, review and using descriptive language in blog posts, reviews and roundups of products/services and in the landing page will aid your page and content optimization.

Transactional Search Intent

Transactional queries are also known as doing queries because the searcher typically wants to carry out an action like buying a product or sign up for a newsletter.

Searchers may use certain modifiers, but could also just type in the exact product name if they already know what they are buying.

The Lego example here is an example of the latter; the searcher has specified exactly the product type so Lego know to tailor their results so that the searcher can go straight to that product page to make a swift purchase.

Transactional Search Intent

Arrange your page and content to keep the buyer focused on the main outcome - buying the product.

The searcher wants facts that are easily read so keep the design to a minimum, have the product name as the title of the page, use white space, clear product images, and keep the information to one page to avoid scrolling.

For the text, use lists and bullet points that are scannable and have an obvious CTA button underneath.

In order to optimize the product for search, use transactional vocab such as product words and brand names, include categories, and use intent modifiers such as buy, discount, coupon, sale, free shipping.

Transactional query content is focused on landing pages and easy-to-read product/service pages.

Go Forth and Optimize

Creating content that is optimized for these four types of search intent will help improve your rankings by making your content more relevant to the search query.

Content that has been optimized for search intent also increases click through rates from search engine results pages since the heading and meta description are solving a problem for the searcher.

Additionally, having content on your page that is highly relevant to the searchers intent will mean more engagement with the page, for example increased dwell time and decreased bounces, all of which feeds back into your ability to rank well.

If there's anything we can do to help, please don't hesitate to get in touch. You can reply to this email, or Contact Our Support Team on the Statcounter website.

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