Mobile-First Indexing: Everything we know, and how it could affect you

For the past five to six months the search industry has been buzzing with talk around the biggest change to Google search results for quite some time – the mobile-first index .

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Mobile-First Indexing: Everything we know, and how it could affect you

Why companies create content – part three: to answer customer questions

Part one  of our series on Why Companies Create Content we looked at changing customer perception and part two focused on making use of public opinion. This next instalment explores how companies can best construct content to respond to the frequent (and not so frequent) queries that come from their audience

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Surfacing Actionable Info on Javascript Errors

Customer experience analytics company Decibel Insight has announced a new report that shows Web marketers where site visitors are most likely to be affected by Javascript errors. The error reports present users with information about the actual errors experienced by visitors, exposing common “trouble-spots” – typicallt…

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Google Warns Smartphone Searchers About Homepage Redirects

When Google believes a site will redirect a mobile visitor to a homepage, rather than the actual page shown in search results, Google will tell searchers that clicking the link “May open the site’s homepage” with an option below it to “Try anyway.”

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Google Gives Affiliates Greater Control

AdSense publishers were given more control over what advertisements their users would encounter when visiting their websites. Google announced an improvement to its Ad Review Center that will enable publisher/affiliates to approve or reject ads to more easily monitor and make the actual ad reviews

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Creating Bezier Curves with Bacon

Bacon is a jQuery plugin that I recently came across that allows designers to wrap text around a bezier curve or a line.   If you were looking for the actual meat-snack/food item bacon, we are sorry to disappoint, but you should really know that it's impossible to create a bezier curve with bacon, although bacon can do almost..

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