Happy Thanksgiving Thursday to all of our followers! Today's article features Google's new beta web.dev audit tool, whether or not you can trust current web design best practices, and Google's PageSpeed Insights' recent migration to Lighthouse!
Featuring an eclectic mix of development, design, and industry news; today's staff picks will keep your industry knowledge up-to-date and well-rounded!
It's a windy day in NC as a historic Hurricane Florence approaches! So before the power goes out take a look at our themed Reader's Corner edition for the month, which today covers internet search engine optimization (SEO)! Discover the 100 most popular search terms over the last year, Google's new "Dataset Search" tool, and the official announcement of Google's new Search Console graduating out of beta!
Website managers, take notice: have you heard the news on Google's mobile update? Here's the full scoop on what's happening and how to tell if you're ready.
David and I had the pleasure of presenting a session on SEO in Drupal 6 and Drupal 7 at DrupalCamp Atlanta 2012. It is always a pleasure to share our passion for Drupal with other Drupalers. We had previously presented this talk at DrupalCamp Charlotte, DrupalCamp Asheville, and TriDUG.
When conducting SEO research for a client, I often examine incoming links to competitors' websites. Recently, a competitor rocketed to the top of the search rankings. I noticed links from over ten TypePad blogs to the competitor for several of their targeted search terms.
You’ve probably heard some of the excitement and discussion over Google’s latest feature, Google+. If you haven’t, Google+ is the search giant’s latest social sharing attempt and could become a rival to Facebook.
Several months ago, the New York Times featured a story that shed some light on the inner workings of Google in dealing with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) practices that contravene Google's accepted SEO guidelines. As I read the story about J. C. Penney's SEO and Google's reaction, I began to think about SEO practices not in technical terms, but in business terms.
WordPress as a platform is an elegant solution for content management. While it is generally search engine friendly, unfortunately it does not provide fine-grain control for search engine optimization (SEO) out of the box. All In One SEO Pack fills that void. For those who are just jumping in, here's some tips for using this excellent plugin.
How is Search Engine Optimization like attempting to outrun a rampaging bear? Take a deep breath, relax, and focus on the big picture, not the huge bear looming over you…