Using Google Analytics and Google Sheets.
“Learning to make web sites is cool but the real treasure are the friends we make along the way.”
What’s on Twitters drawing board.
“If I do a job in 30 minutes it’s because I spent 10 years learning how to do that in 30 minutes. You owe me for the years, not the minutes.”
Where email and newsletters differ entirely.
A sort-of-system for better product descriptions.
Let’s better understand the world of content marketing.
Track performance metrics over time, with monitoring and alerts.
“The best entrepreneurs I know have one thing in common: As soon as they think of a great idea, they take one step toward making it a reality.”
The next generation brings more than just faster speeds.
“When websites say ‘use our app, it’s much better’, they mean better for them, not you.”
What kept the writeable browser from being part of technology today.
“I love that in this industry you get to be an expert and a beginner at the same time. Learning new things, being a beginner, reminds me what that is like and makes me a better teacher of the things I am expert in.”
Security holes are appearing in cryptocurrency.
Outcome-based businesses value results.
Make sure that the SEO of your website is up-to-date.
Centralized vs. decentralized web sites.
Build powerful automations with just your spreadsheet skills.
Fake reviews in the U.S. can become expensive.
“You don’t hire talented people to tell them what to do. You hire talented people to tell you what to do.”
A breakdown of the process.
“I am suspicious of any successful person who refuses to admit that a significant factor in their success was luck.”
“If you are not annoying your boss, you are not doing your job.”
Facebook weakens your privacy with a security feature.
Pros and cons of going remote.
What matters are the problems we solve for our customers.
WebAuthn can sign you in with a fingerprint or security key.
Get a quick impression of how profitable your startup will be.
An actionable basis for the beginner to intermediate SEO.
User numbers goes down the second straight year.
Learn from mistakes, or why 100+ startups have failed.
“Work From Home is overrated. Instead, I propose Work From IKEA. Go to IKEA when it’s absolutely dead during the week and join a video conference from a different mock room every hour until your team notices.”
It only supports Edge and Chrome.
It will change the way your social media works.
Free file transfers without compromising your personal information.
Your site could be next on their list.
More search engines to choose from in Chrome.
“I think I’m going to start an email newsletter titled ‘Links I Wanted to Read But Didn’t’.”
Skype for Web does not work in all major browsers.
“Until we measure what we value, we will over-value what we measure.”
Easily make your own personal avatar.
A look at Google’s new continuation patent.
Facebook notifies countless users that their passwords were stored in plain text.
“The ability to break down a complex project into manageable chunks is a hugely underrated professional skill. Strange that so few people hire and evaluate for it.”
Google’s efforts to provide high quality search results.
“You’ll probably never need Chrome again.”
What is it, and why has it drawn more controversy than any other directive in EU history?
“Stop giving away your work to people who don’t care about it.”
What really will impact web marketing.
The deletion of personal accounts has started.
The latest batch of dead and dying Google apps.
The impact of Google’s new search ranking factor.
How An Aging Population Will Reshape The Internet.
An open list of resources for ethical living.
A client-first viewpoint for owners of design studios.
What to do if you care about privacy.
Questions, answers, and takeaways.
How marketing agencies and consultants price themselves.
A challenge for developers and search engine optimizers.
Freelancing can be a long-term career.
The father of web standards on why the Web sucks.
Questions and answers about ethics in design.
Let’s find out if links still matter.
“Build a product to solve your own problem. That way you’ll have at least one user – more than most startups ever get.”
Social Media is here to stay.
Remote interviews with modern collaboration tools.
How the Google Search Console can help.
Safari continues to improve the protection of user privacy.
How artificial intelligence is impacting marketing.
“When in doubt, assume best intentions. You won’t always be right, but it’s a much better kind of wrong.”
Small audiences translate to meaningful dollars.
Delivered to your inbox, every Monday morning.
Tools to stay connected as a remote team.
The Internet is developing fast.
What’s taking center stage.
Updates aim to bring artists closer to their audiences.
You can also have too much communication.
The environment is about to change dramatically.
Make the most out of structured data for your site.
Mozilla rolls out a fix for the issues with add-ons.
Google makes it easier to manage your data.
What to expect as a paid conference speaker.
Google’s search index crawler now supports 1000+ new features.
Dark mode, better gestures, and an impressive new accessibility feature.
How you can expand your content to new surfaces.
There’s so much more to search than rankings.
“Tell people if you think they did something remarkable, no matter how small. Don’t just think it to yourself, tell them!”
The state of the web and the importance of personal websites.