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.
How SEO practitioners may need to adapt.
Let’s go through all the changes.
What new Google search engineers learn.
“Everybody wants to hire the best. Very few actually pay them like they’re the best.”
Firefox is better at performing tasks at the optimal time.
Now an official product instead of an experiment.
No-code is about to take makers by storm.
With black ‘Ad’ label, favicons for organic results.
What’s changed over the last years.
What you need to know about machine learning.
New default for new websites.
Define a favicon to show in search results.
“There are people who fix problems and people who complain about problems, and the two sets are remarkably disjoint.”
Expect less effective ad blockers.
The online media store will be replaced by apps.
“You’ll learn more from one launch than a thousand blog posts.”
27 experts share their insights.
Plus updates to Facebook Container, Firefox Monitor and Lockwise.
Get more leads, sales, and signups.
“To the people in an audience who smile and nod at the speaker while they’re talking, making them feel like they’re crushing it: You’re the best kind of person.”
Available as a monthly subscription.
Despite shared codebase.
Best practices for collaboration with remote workers.
New horizons for the breach notification service.
The slides, plus analysis.
A workspace that brings content, tools, and teams together.
“Customers will tell you when your product doesn’t do enough, but will never ask for fewer features when they stop using your product because it’s too complex.”
The new look of the entire family of products and services.
Facebook’s blockchain plans.
Automate your outgoing webmentions with
How to write case studies for your online portfolio.
“One thing I’ve learned from technology is that if you implement a temporary solution, it is now your permanent solution.”
“Browser tabs are my short-term memory.”
A first look at the latest software for Apple’s iPhones.
A framework using five benchmarks.
What people like to read, comment, and share.
20 new graphics on Google’s valuation of links.
53 essential tech-bro terms explained.
“It’s a hundred times easier to criticize than create.”
A new way to research a website’s past.
“On projects: Done is better than none. It’s easy to set expectations so high you never finish. Sometimes ‘done’ is enough. Ship then iterate.”
“Side projects die twice. The day you stop working on them, and the day the domain expires.”
“Good product teams are focussed on shipping great software. Great product teams are focussed on driving business growth.”
What to do if you want to thrive in the future.
How to run a small social network site for your friends.
The donation model for open source is broken.
Why platforms are aggregators’ most effective competition.
Millions of new passwords, updated prevalence counts.
“’Someday,′ is a no. ‘Maybe,’ is a no. ‘Not sure,’ is a no. ‘Not now,’ is a no. If it’s not a yes, it is a no.”
Key findings of the study.
A collection of the best automation templates and tools.
A product is more than the sum of its features.