The power of a well established web technology.
Google’s statement after Austrian accusations of GDPR violations.
Edge is getting a new modern RSS feed.
Austria’s data regulator said its use is a breach of GDPR.
Advantages and drawbacks of popular blogging platforms.
“10 years ago my Twitter feed was full of people striving to make the web better. Now it feels like everyone is out to make a quick buck.”
“Building something new is a form of criticism.”
Google’s new proposal for more privacy-friendly advertising.
“No matter what you do, it will offend someone.”
What you can do to fight Google title rewrites.
A viral video highlights some very real shortcomings of web3.
Check the third-party resources used by your website.
“Stop trying to estimate and scope projects without breaking them down into phases.”
“My superpower is asking questions during presentations that are explained in the very next slide.”
The ruling mostly focuses on the lack of consent.
The decision impacts Google’s, Amazon’s and Microsoft’s online ad businesses.
“There will always be an infinite list of things to do. Accept it and shut your laptop at a reasonable time each night. You won’t regret it.”
Nothing to say? Nobody will read it? Read on.
5 steps to update old content for SEO.
A dashboard template to monitor how Google is crawling your site.
“Nothing makes for a more impactful presentation than saying ‘next’ every 5–10 seconds.”
All the primary SEO information about your website at a glance.
“Dentist: ‘so, are you flossing?’ Me: ‘are you using a unique password for every account?’”
An analysis on if you can be GDPR compliant with server-side tagging.
The many differences in experiencing newsfeeds vs. social media.
Identify URLs that have lost impressions, debug and optimize them.
What to do when Google Search doesn’t use your intended page titles.
“If you force me to login to unsubscribe from your emails, I will just mark your emails as spam.”
The environmental impact of visiting a media site.
“Write about what you learn. It pushes you to understand topics better. Sometimes the gaps in your knowledge only become clear when you try explaining things to others.”
Do article comments offer any value for search engine optimization?
The current benefits, struggles, and evolution of remote work.
A simple open-source message board for your organization or project.
A Chrome extension that adds enriched data to Google Trends.
An open-source virtual space for chatting, collaborating, and playing.
Open Web Advocacy takes aim at Apple’s walled garden.
AI-powered conversion of plain English statements into valid Regex.
Marketing principles and examples that challenge common sense.
How scammers look to capitalize on the hot remote job market.
Resources about accessible best practices for social media content.
A high customer churn rate can be deadly for your business.
How to improve the way you’re currently producing hub and spoke content.
Universal Analytics properties will stop processing new hits on July 1, 2023.
An online tool to remove unwanted things in your images in seconds.
How to reach a receptive audience in a compelling way.
Googling without Google matters.
Search for open source alternatives to popular proprietary products.
Let’s make a web that is truly open and accessible to all.
Learn marketing at the job, get peer support for marketing tasks you face.
It’s a one-click process now.
Sometimes the extreme is surprisingly appropriate.
Your workbook for creating an accessibility compliance program.
Google now supports basic Markdown in Google Docs.
New sidebar, custom tab backgrounds, better privacy, and more.
It integrates Solana, Polygon, StarkEx, and others.
A template helps you to make your own search traffic dashboard.
Google Search Console’s indexing statuses formulated in an understandable way.
Identify issues, know why they occur and how to fix them.
LinkedIn’s way from being the place we only show our ‘work’ selves to our ‘whole’ selves.
The open source initiative to create a JSON-based standard for resumes.
Sometimes it’s necessary to justify accessible practices to stakeholders.
“I do not understand the shift from blogs to newsletters only. Pulling up a website to see what’s new feels like a journey into a magical land. Opening my inbox is associated with feelings of work and never ending to dos.”
It “will revolutionize the way you search for what to read.”
Find out what all those GA4 hits parameters mean.
“We think of failure and success as opposites when in reality failure is part of success.”
Your guide to all the acronyms and terms in the email world.
Some platforms tend toward a younger audience and others towards an older.
“There’s no shame in forgoing social media and revisiting RSS. Let’s do it.”
The court has ruled again that scraping publicly accessible data is legal.
“I maintain that Shorts poses the biggest threat to TikTok.”
A curated collection of useful websites, products, and apps.
SpamBrain is Google’s most effective solution against spam.
Tests and observations based on UA and GA4.
“I frame every product exploration as an experiment. Lowers the expectations and increases the ambition.”
“We promise not to sell Firefox to a billionaire.”
“Your health is more important than your deadline.”
Who says that you must read all your books?
“Y’all better start using RSS if you don’t already.”
“Great products are the result of thousands of details that someone took the care to get right.”
“People who are good at interviewing get hired. People who are good at politics get promoted. Staffing your teams with this skill set won’t let you ship good product.”
What you can do about link rot and why it matters.
“In every organization, there are more opinions about marketing than other functions because people are exposed to advertising their whole lives and they think it’s easy.”
Important terms around your content’s performance strategy.
Lemon Squeezy is now free (up to 500 subscribers).
But it has yet to add support for web-based AR to the iPhone.
It’s not about a URL shortener; it’s about shortening your original URLs.
A simple online tool to create labeled images for popular social networks.
A methodology to calculate carbon emissions from digital products and services.
“The next generation of powerful technology for independent publishers.”