A new way to give and receive money on Twitter.
New consequences for those who don’t agree to the new policy.
The drop-in audio chat platform launches its Android version.
Online tool to download all of your search console data.
“Being your own boss means, no matter how productive you are, always feeling like you could and should do more. Any day, any time, guaranteed.”
Validator for structured data embedded in your web pages.
Why remote work is better for makers.
What to expect from Twitter’s forthcoming subscription service.
Pros and cons of different approaches and solutions.
“Managing is designing. Except instead of designing products, interfaces or services, you are designing how a group of people can create something more together than apart.”
The collective opinion of professionals in the digital marketing industry.
“People who put someone down to make themselves look better never really succeed.”
The popular 1Password manager arrives on many Linux flavors.
Google opens the door for RSS again.
“Hard skills get you in, soft skills get you far.”
An in-depth comparison of the features of two great search engines.
A visualization of the current state of the World Wide Web.
Sell stuff online without a website, with 0 lines of code.
What the browser of the future might look like.
Get ready for a new way to monetize your content.
New features of Google’s immersive storytelling format.
The digital marketing practice of communicating with customers by email.
Playground to generate random avatars based on user names.
What to expect from the paid subscription service.
A balance between commercial profit and public benefit is critical.
“A personal website is really the perfect side project: try out new ideas, learn new things playground.”
A new Firefox experience across your devices.
An easy way to capture screenshots of web pages.
A first look at the new advertising proposal from Google.
How to communicate to invisible audiences through a laptop screen.
Twitter’s first-ever subscription offering.
iContact, the email marketing company, expands into the SEO space.
Apple, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla initiate group to standardize browser plug-ins.
“Reminder not to compare yourself to others. We all have a different starting point, different needs, different wants, different perceptions of what constitutes as success along different vectors.”
“Remote work enables disabled folks. Remote work enables caregivers. Remote work enables folks from poverty.”
How you can compete against a successful product.
Why it might not work and what you can do about it.
Important non-coding traits of senior engineers.
Your first steps into becoming an SEO enthusiast or professional.
The trending places to live and work remotely right now.
A browser extension that automatically increases contrast on sites.
Google Sheets scripts for SEO with templates and instructions.
How Mail Protection Privacy will force the email economy to adapt.
“I love when someone cancels a meeting same day. If you do this, don’t apologize, you are my favorite person for a few minutes.”
One less worry when you want to sell your products in more countries.
“It’s important to download small viruses to your computer to help it build immunity.”
A modern system for Gmail, Docs, and Chat.
An easy way to verify identities of global users and prevent fraud.
Sites with the largest visibility change, overall and across industries.
How freelancers and creators are redefining the future of work.
A first look at the next version of Windows.
“The most valuable thing is to be able to make a living off something you like to do.“
The search engine company is launching a new set of tools
Practical examples of RegExes for Google’s web analysis tool.
Google delays the phase out of third-party cookies for two years.
Another Google effort to help users with search literacy.
The Brave browser passed 32 million monthly active users.
A method to identify more of your “direct” traffic to your website.
“Hybrid work is going to the office to socialize and staying home to get the work done.”
Pitch’s first step into building a complete platform for presentations.
Google’s documentation about best practices for redirects.
“Social media platforms are an experiment in how many ads they can possibly serve before everyone leaves the platform.”
Instagram is focusing on becoming TikTok.
The new security settings are already available to all users.
“The constant content promise of ‘the ultimate guide to... ’, ‘the most powerful way to...’, ‘the fastest hacks for...’ is desensitising to me, like I am eating my 3 meals a day from the sweet shop.”
Big updates have come to the GA4 user interface.
What digital nomadism really is, and whether it’s worth it or not.
Which ones speed you up, and which ones slow you down.
“Browser defaults are mostly ok, actually. Few know this.”
Why we often lose our way when trying to apply product thinking.
“Bloggers, please put a date on your writing and put it at the top of the page. You learned this in school and (probably) did it for more than a decade without a problem.”
“I know of no better way to catch up after some time away than RSS.”
“I like sending direct messages to someone I’m in a group video chat with and seeing their face as they react. This is the hidden joy of remote work.”
What to do if someone says it to you, or if you’re the one saying it.
“This is your regular reminder that staring at numeric data collected by computers is not ‘the voice of the customer.’ If you’re not actually listening to real customers, you’re not hearing their voice.”
“Writing is just sprinkling em dashes between phrases until you die.”
A deep dive into the privacy war raging within the W3C.
Twitter is winding down its disappearing tweets feature due to low usage.
Understand Facebook advertising costs and save on your budget.
“‘You’re doing it all wrong,’ said someone doing nothing at all.”
Better control of the Search history saved to your Google Account.
“It says a lot whether your reaction to someone saying your product sucks is getting defensive or trying to understand what's wrong so you can fix it.”
“I have this theory that in the distant future, social media will grow so extreme, that only marketing departments and mad people will engage in it. The rest has opted out, living life like it was pre-social media.”
Compare yourself to 250+ product leaders at top companies.
“Just because you know what you’re doing doesn’t mean you’ll make a profit.“
“Just because you’re making a profit doesn’t mean you know what you’re doing.”
A visual display of all the powerful options Google Analytics offers.
The past, present, and future of the Internet Archive.
What to look for in order to understand what happened.
DuckDuckGo’s way to block email trackers and hide your address.
Let’s map a path forward towards a healthier digital ecosystem.
The challenge of making things people will buy.
A new way to interact with tweets you do or don’t like.
What to do if you use affiliate links or sponsored/guest posts.
“If working with people remotely is too difficult then you’re either doing it wrong or you’re a micro-manger, not a leader. Remote collaboration is more than possible with the right tools, clear communication, and inspiration.”
“Building for accessibility from the start is easy and cheap. Fixing it later is complicated and expensive. Be smart. Do it from the start.”