After more than a decade as a mobile app.
Resources for starting your email marketing learning journey.
Easily produce images that stand out in feeds and search results.
Discover the best scoring countries to accommodate remote employees.
Expertise, authority, and trustworthiness is becoming crucial for SEO success.
A curated list of call-to-action phrases for different goals.
The end of the era in which your friends shaped your online life.
“Hard skills get you hired. But soft skills get you promoted.”
The counterintuitive way to succeed in a platform-native world.
Control all Google’s tagging products from one centralized location.
Slack notifications for company/product mentions on Hacker News.
Google Search with quotes gets even more powerful.
The current state of the hype surrounding paid newsletters.
Google introduced a new schema for product review pages.
How to protect yourself as a website provider or user.
“Hot take: ‘Internet Explorer’ was the most friendly, and arguably best, name of any web browser.”
Strategies to succeed in an increasingly competitive market.
“Say it with me: browser tabs are not a todo list.”
Google Search’s next update focuses on people-first content.
“Tools like Figma represent what the future of all software will look like: collaborative, multi-player, and built natively for the web.”
Rank track keywords based on Google Search Console data.
Cloudflare now aggregates the top most popular domains based on usage.
The Brave browser will soon hide cookie consent notifications.
“Fake online users make up as much as 40 percent of all web traffic.”
More efficient and accurate Google searches with the right search operators.
Create sharing links of major social platforms for your websites.
YouTube handles, like youtube.com/@handle, are coming.
Channels like organic search and native social media deserve investment.
“The talk-preparation swing from ‘do I have enough content’ to ‘I think I have too much content’ gives me whiplash every time.”
Google makes it easier to identify the websites behind mobile search results.
Google is launching a simplified version of its Webmaster Guidelines.
“You don’t have to like your work for it to work.”
A Windows version of the application is still in development.
“Sometimes hard work is like a pie eating contest where the prize is more pie.”
New privacy shortcut button, list of recently closed tabs, and more.
Many companies are unknowingly violating data protection laws.
Every country has its own web life and preferences.
Where to find freelancers, how much to pay, and how to network.
The all-in-one analytics and conversion tool goes to the Next.js platform.
More and more Google searchers aren’t clicking anymore.
A browser extension to clear the clutter from online articles.
A law will force Big Tech companies to open their walled gardens.
Passkeys are safer and easier to use.
What to expect from the open-source social network similar to Twitter.
Darin Fisher has been building browsers for decades.
“Specialization is too heavily encouraged as a career path.”
“Social media has become the foundation of social engineering by exploiting the fact that truth is whatever you are willing to believe.”
How the social network Mastodon fits into the much larger Fediverse concept.
“The best way to know whether something will work is to ship it.”
“Hashtag marketing can be a game-changer, especially for small business owners.”
If you need your content indexed quickly, use plain HTML.
An analogy may help to understand the decentralized social network better.
“If you’re lucky enough to have built an early version of something people actually want, quality is truly the ultimate growth lever.”
A search engine for blogs and podcasts where every search is an RSS feed.
Search Console now helps merchants to reach more shoppers.
“Whenever I add a new RSS feed to my reader, I feel like I’ve added a new gem to my treasure box.”
Google makes it easier to learn about how its systems work
A Google bug can cause the deindexation of web pages.
A collection of noteworthy blogs, including a design and a development section.
Browser engines are now on the regulators’ agenda.
Google’s interpretation of the Robots Exclusion Protocol explained.
A huge database of available and brandable one-word domains.
“I’m going to reinstate a blog roll and RSS on my website (and you should too.) That might be a great way to bring back the feeling we had about blogs pre-Twitter.”
Explore the searches that shaped the year in your country and worldwide.
Search engine optimization with the help of Opquast rules.
“The output of writing is almost always more clarity, and sometimes a clear decision.”
Terminology, illustrations, and SEO opportunities at a glance.
The dashboard reports issues related to crawling, indexing, or serving.
While this network is rising rapidly, there are exciting opportunities.
“Google Search will look very different in a few years.”
“My favorite part of year end is closing out all the tabs on my browser that have been open since January.”
There is an opportunity for a retro version of tech disruption next year.
Test your knowledge of the latest updates to Google’s SERP features.
Ways to leverage the popular chat bot in your SEO activities.
The good, bad, and ugly of content marketing income.
12th edition of The Future of Email Marketing & Marketing Automation.
“Product, brand, marketing, and even content design teams are often so siloed, it's a shame. True magic happens when these teams work closely together.”
The popular publishing platform is launching a Mastodon instance.
“Let’s celebrate 2022 as the year that Safari turned a corner and triumphed.”
“The hardest part of being a designer isn’t the design, it’s dealing with people who don’t understand it. Taking time to learn how to communicate with those people and say ‘no’ when you need to is a critical part of your skillset as a designer.”
Many newsletters are bloated, but there is a remedy for that.
“The irony of ChatGPT having a CAPTCHA to prove I’m ‘not a robot’ when I log in is pretty great.”
“It’s funny how everyone wants to use AI to write content but at the same time no one wants to read content written by AI.”
What to consider when you analyze low mobile usage on your website.
The collective insights of over 500 technical search engine optimizers.
The current state of Arc’s innovative browser for mobile.
Product Hunt winners in the categories Design Tools, Developer Tools, and more.
“The hottest new programming language is English.”
SEOs have already started analyzing Yandex’s search ranking factors
“It’s weird that a web page can’t play audio or show multiple alerts without my permission but can easily take 100% of my CPU/memory.”