Google is finally making it easier for you to make sure your personal information doesn’t show up in online search results – and all it took was hundreds of thousands of requests over nearly a decade.
Directly from Google:
Google has recently announced some changes coming to their Analytics platform:
If your website was created before October 14, 2020, most likely changes will be required in order to continue using Google Analytics.
One of the frustrations I've encountered with the K2 extension for Joomla is the lack of a "description" when editing tags. It allows for a description under categories, not tags. What gives?
Here is the solution:
Are you in the process of switching domain registrars? This helpful guide will help navigate the process.
The image below illustrates the flow of a domain transfer, including the actions taken by each of the parties involved. Please note that all confirmation emails are sent to the Administrative Contact email address listed for the domain. (See attachment below)
If you've got the "My Business" app installed on your smart phone, you'll probably want to uninstall it soon.
Back in 2020, Cloudflare started connecting with the Internet Archive (archive.org) for some sites using its Always Online feature. In July 2022, cloudflare is announcing that ALL sites will use the Internet Archive, rather than Cloudflare itself hosting the "always online" version.
Reports of a new Google Business Profile (GBP) verification label are currently circulating within the local SEO community. Select GBPs have received the new ‘confirmed’ label from Google to show that the associated business has had its details verified recently.
Many common vulnerability scans are now requiring and recommending HSTS security enforcement. How easy is it to fix?
Assuming your site already has an SSL certificate installed and working, this is a pretty simple fix.
I've seen many sites recommend using 1280x720 resolution but I'll do you one better: 1920x1080 (full HD). Logic being, you can always shrink it later and not lose quality.
I frequently receive emails from various SEO partners that ask me to add links on my articles to their client's site, a pretty normal "link building" technique. This one caught me off guard because this is the type of thing that requires finesse, not threats.
Nevertheless, this guy asked for a link back to his CBD client, a 5 star GMB review, a 5 star Trust Piliot review...