This past week, we are all working remotely to continue to implement the new Ad network design. We are in the midst of creating the social media for ad placements and currently working with the realtime video streaming APIs, such as TikTok, Instagram and Facebook. We are looking at how the TikTok, Instagram and Facebooks video streams can flow into the Zabang network, in an attempt to build an organic audience outside the Zabang network.
We are focused on working to configure the SIGs on the search engine. The alpha team has been working with these for the last few months on the design and now we are continuing to implement them across the Zabang network. In addition, we are still working on the ad placements and exchanges.
We have been strategizing the best way to start creating ads and are looking at 3 possibilities - a plain text ad (in between the search results), a "featured" Keyword specific ad at the top of the page and also a popup ad in some cases.
These ads are to be broken down into specialized groups, called "Special Interest Groups" (SIGs). This way, the ads are more focused. Getting and guiding people into SIGs is an essential part of Zabang.
We are currently experimenting with different options and creating the user interface for managing this important feature.
For the last two weeks, we have been designing an updated user interface with the Alpha test team. This includes user interface designers and social network engineers. The compatibility with Google console was an issue, and will be an ongoing issue from here on out, since Google is really working hard on people being compatible with their rulesets. Having our design mockups to be compliant are part of the ongoing development.
Currently, we are working on the best strategy to roll out the 1st iteration of the search engine with the ads. We have most of the functionality in place except for the Zabang user interface. We are working with a few select Zabang people for this.
Last week, we finished up with the WYSIWYG editor and fixing all the bugs that have been identified after implementation of the Google Console ruleset. We are now setting our sights on the entire user interface for URL comments, and working with the Alpha team for getting a consistent user experience.
During the last 2 weeks, we have finished with the updates from the Google Console for all the comments that will be created within the Zabang system. These comments will now be searchable within the Google search engine complex. We are now focusing on the user end of the WYSIWYG editor and fixing all the bugs that have been identified after implementation of the Google Console ruleset. We should have this area done by the end of the week.
We have been working on and are continuing to work on the text editor this week. We have just implemented the editor on all comments sections with all the updates from Google Console.
Based on the work we have been doing with the Google Console, we are introducing the improved version of the Wysiwyg Text Editor. We will continue to work on this for the next couple of weeks, as it is important to be in compliance to the Google search bots.
The WYSIWYG editor, allows the following:
- format the text
- add images
- add videos (embedded videos from Youtube, Vimeo)
- add emoticons
This past week, we are continuing to work with the Google Cloud Console for the search engine optimization for the comments section. Our main focus in working on the optimization for the text editor the users will be using. We are experimenting with the use of an AI engine to autofill the meta tags and title descriptions that will be optimized for the new requirements of the Google crawler. We also need to work with and identify comments that will be banned by the crawler and create a way to notify the keyword phrase moderator of these negative consequences.
This past week we needed to work with Google Cloud Console to ensure that our pages are being updated correctly by the Google search engine. We checked twice and fixed some bugs that it was reporting on the current Zabang development site. As it continues to monitor the website, additional issues may be discovered as we move forward with our new content based search engine result pages, which are complete with the headers, descriptions, alt tags and anchor text that is required for Google.