This one crops up from time-to-time for me, and as I frequently ask myself questions, this post lays a digital trail for me to come back to in future.
I’ve had to explain this a few times recently, so probably there isn’t a good, clear explanation out there on Google, for this little corner of Google
I had some fun this morning with the Google team at Wordcamp Europe in Berlin. Google are promoting web speed at Wordcamp Europe – specifically helping webmasters to speed up their WordPress websites.
Is Google’s PageSpeed Insights showing low scores or slow loading times for your website?
If you’re running AMP for fast loading pages on the mobile web (and, if you’re not, you should give it a try, it’s awesome!), you maybe got a notification in Search Console (AKA Google Webmaster Tools) that “Image size smaller than recommended size” for some or all of your AMP content.
One of the themes which is recurring a little for me in work life is the idea that organic search is changing a lot – and not necessarily for the better.
Some recent changes in search I’ve noticed recently include:
A little while back, I posted about adding my middle initials back into this site, and also into my Linkedin profile, in order to be searchable and present (as a distinct entity) from all the other many and various Robin Scotts out there, good, bad, political, Australian or otherwise.
I got an email today which read: