Google: Meta Refresh Redirects Work Fun But Not Recommended
I literally have several blog posts here that has Google saying not to use the meta refresh redirect type. That you should use a 301 or 302 redirect instead and not the meta refresh version…

The WordPress.com Year in Review (and Resolutions for 2018)
The WordPress.com Year in Review (and Resolutions for 2018), Some years go by slowly — not because they’re busier, but maybe there’s just more out there in the world to stop and notice. We hope the WordPress.com and Jetpack community offered you some of those moments this year. Maybe it was a helpful chat with …

Minneapolis & Saint Paul Minnesota Barbershops
Barbershops in Minneapolis & Saint Paul Minnesota Major Goals for Barbershops in Minneapolis & Saint Paul Minnesota (1.) Drive the right kind of appointments to your barber shop (2.) Dominate your competitors for the best clients in Minneapolis & St Paul Minnesota (3.) Conveying your brand, reputation and trustworthiness over the web Start with the …

Old Google Word Of Mouth T-Shirt


Daily Search Forum Recap: February 22, 2018
Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today…

Craig Newmark Interviewed At Google


Google Fetch As Google Tool Renders Hash Bang URLs
In 2014, Google’s Fetch as Google, the fetch and fender tool in the Google Search Console stopped working with hashbang URLs, URLs that have the #…

Google Logo Baked Into Foosball Table


Google Makes It Harder To Join The YouTube Partner Program
The big news over night was that Google announced changes to the eligibility requirements to join the YouTube Partner Program (YPP). Previously, the requirement was 10,000 lifetime views…

Chrome Starts Filtering Ads Yesterday – Examples, Observations & The Path Forward
I probably post a guest post here on average once a year and I really wasn’t in the mood to cover how Google Chrome ad blocking works in detail. I saw Glenn Gabe posting tons of examples on his Twitter account…

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