If your website is not found by a Google search, does it really exist?

Being found by Google is critically important to any web based business or organization. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the practice of building webpages to be easily read by search engines and quickly found by searchers.

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Reader's Corner: Google's 6 New Ways of Measuring Core Web Vitals

June 30, 2020

Google recently announced the upcoming incorporation of a set of Core Web Vitals into a future ranking signal, Page Experience. The Page Experience signal is expected to be incorporated into the Google ranking algorithm next year, but forward-thinking web developers and site owners are encouraged to begin improving their Core Web Vitals now.


Reader’s Corner: Google Core Web Vitals

June 12, 2020

In the past several years, Google has broadened the criteria it assesses pages by to determine whether they are “good” content for users and has attempted to quantify this assessment into its search ranking algorithm. Google has announced the upcoming incorporation of its identified “Core Web Vitals” into a set of signals known as “Page Experience” that is slated to be incorporated into the algorithm next year.


Positioning Your Brand for Post-Pandemic Success

March 25, 2020

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak and new isolation laws, the business landscape is changing rapidly. Now is the time for businesses to get ahead of the curve by shifting their focus to online sales and reprioritizing internal initiatives that may have been sitting on the back burner.


David's Corner No.3: Goodbye Flash, Updating Googlebot's User Agent, and David Carson Says Computer Make You Lazy

November 18, 2019

Everybody say goodbye to Adobe Flash because Microsoft Windows will officially stop supporting the late video player come December 2020. And, In more pressing news, SEO professionals should be prepared to adapt when Google updates Googlebot's user-agent strings in December of this year! Lastly, a simple interview with design icon David Carson, who shares his take on grid-style layouts in design


Reader's Corner No. 112: The Secret History of "Easter Eggs", 2019 Logo Trend Report, and Google's New Nofollow Link Attribute Change

September 20, 2019

Discovering quirky software surprises, LogoLounge's recent 2019 logo design trend report, and Google's creation of two new link attributes.


Reader's Corner No. 92: Fighting an Algorithm You Cannot See, Optimizing for Questions, and 2018 SERP Changes Impacting Organic Search

January 24, 2019

Some hot topics tonight in this week's Reader's Corner! Learn about how to fight an algorithm you cannot see, how 2018 SERP Changes are Impacting Organic Search, and How to Research, Monitor, and Optimize for Questions in Search.


Reader's Corner 91: WeWork's Terrible New Name Change, Conversations with Robots, and Dominating Search by Answering Questions

January 17, 2019

WeWork's new branding campaign faces backlash, why editors should consider the transition to structured content, and dominating search engine results by providing quality answers to what users are asking.


Reader's Corner No. 89: Let's Talk About Fast Travel, Cheating AI Software, and Updates on Google's Mobile-First Indexing Initiative

January 3, 2019

Our first Reader's Corner of 2019 covers the fast travel gaming debate, worrisome discoveries in the machine learning field, and a guide to Google's mobile-first indexing initiative.


Reader's Corner No. 79: Voldemorting: The Ultimate SEO Dis, Why the iPhone X is a Whole New Camera, and Visual Studio Code Updates

October 16, 2018

Featuring some interesting developments in tech and communication, in today's RC we touch on the recent and conceptual online terminology of "Voldemorting" and how it relates to SEO, then we take a look at the new iPhone X's photography capabilities, and finally we top everything off with the Visual Studio Code updates for September.


Reader’s Corner No. 78: How to Build a Low-Tech Website, 11 Great Examples of Ecommerce Nav, and the Next Iteration of Vue.js

October 11, 2018

Our featured article of the day is a how-to guide on energy efficient, low-tech web design. Then a great depiction of the exceptional navigational designs of various e-commerce websites, and lastly a sneak peek of what’s coming in the next major version of Vue.


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