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If not, now would probably be a good time! Use this link to find out how Google
sees your site:
Simply put in your website address, and you'll get a return page after a few moment's analysis. If your site is good, it will look like ours. After yesterday's ...
Like it or not, it had better be, and soon. Google
is making a major change to their ranking algorithm, beginning next week on April 21st, that will strongly affect mobile search results. If your website is already mobile-friendly, great! You're ahead of the curve. If it's not, though, what will this algorithm change mean ...
If you've been on Google
today, you've surely noticed the futuristic train sketch replacing the usual logo, as Google
honors Raymond Loewy on his 120th birthday anniversary.
You may not be familiar with the name, but you are certainly familiar with the results of Loewy's lifetime of work in the design field, whether you ...
EVERY website has the ability to track certain basic data about you when you visit, such as time and date, your IP address (and therefore general location), and third-party referrer data (meaning how you got there from here). For the majority of websites, this information is merely passively collected and rarely, if ever, ...
Doesn't really matter -- it looks funny either way! And it has been a few years since I could say that about a movie starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. But "No" to having a beer with the boss? Hmmm. That might be the deciding factor if I were ever to apply for an internship at Google