August 26

Acquiring authoritative backlinks is an important aspect of successful search engine optimization. If you are working to actively acquire links, you should establish a rubric for site authority to guide your efforts.

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August 21

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but so are insults. Does it matter if no offense was intended, if a reader is offended by your writing? This very question came up in a recent Reader’s Corner review session. What did we do about it?

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August 19

The Nielson Norman Group continues to see significant usability problems with PDFs used as website content. Don’t frustrate your users and just say No to PDFs.

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August 18

With all of the updates tech companies are making to their websites and products to keep their digital content accessible to those with disabilities, many marketers falsely believe that these platform adjustments also account for their own social media content, and therefore shouldn't have to worry about further adjusting their content to make it accessible, which is an untrue assumption.

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August 13

While category pages on your website can be great for users, they can also present a challenge for promoting your website’s best content via search, as your category pages might compete directly with your more targeted pages listed on the category pages. Here's how to determine if you have a self-competition problem on your site.

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August 10

This July, I got to experience my first deep-dive into Drupal culture by attending Drupal Camp Asheville 2020. The biggest takeaways for me came from the sessions on accessibility and productivity.

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