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QUICK HIT: Google AMP Results Rolling Out Now

Google confirmed this week that Google AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is now rolling out in the core mobile results. This will reportedly be a gradual introduction according to Google representatives and not everyone will see it fully...

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Responsive Email Support Arrives for Google's Gmail & Inbox

Email marketers released a collective sigh of relief yesterday as Google revealed that later this month, Gmail will be able to support emails created with responsive design. Designers will be able to use CSS media queries with Gmail...

Google, HTTPS & The Future of Web Security

Google has drawn a line in the virtual sand, revealing its plan to mark all HTTP sites as non-secure in Chrome starting in January 2017. SUBSCRIBE to Website Magazine & Accelerate 'Net Success Sites that transmit passwords...

QUICK HIT: What Is It That You Do?

What do users think of your website when they first arrive? If they can't tell at an instance what is being offered, what makes you think they would ever complete a purchase? This issue became clearer for many yesterday when Google's...

QUICK HIT: What Is It That You Do?

What do users think of your website when they first arrive? If they can't tell at an instance what is being offered, what makes you think they would ever complete a purchase? This issue became clearer for many yesterday when Google's...

SEO & the Risky Practice of Using Popups

Popups are an effective way to capture the attention of users but they often leave a great deal to be desired when it comes to user experience (UX). UX, of course, isn't the only concern. It's common for popups to cause problems...

SEO & the Risky Practice of Using Popups

Popups are an effective way to capture the attention of users but they often leave a great deal to be desired when it comes to user experience (UX). UX, of course, isn't the only concern. It's common for popups to cause problems...

AMP Coming Fast to Publisher Networks

AMP, the open-source HTML5 design framework from Google, has received its fair share of coverage over the past few months for good reason - it provides publishers an opportunity to develop better (faster) experiences for users on mobile...

QUICK HIT: 7 Trillion Impression for Google Web Fonts

The Fonts within Google's free Web Font Library have been seen over 7.6 trillion times. Google provides some analytics on the fonts within its library which highlight not only the total number of font views, but the number of views...

Guide to Moving On Up with SSL

There are numerous reasons for websites to start using HTTPS over HTTP. Not only does using HTTPS improve and increase security for consumers during the course of their digital experience, but the presence of a secure connection is...

Carousels for Live Blog Publishers Come to Google Search Results

Google announced a new publisher carousel feature designed for live blog content. Live blogs are defined as web pages that are updated in real time during the course of a live event such as a sporting event. Publishers will essentially...

Google's AJAX Crawling Scheme Deprecated

Google is no longer recommending its proposal to make AJAX pages crawlable. Previous to 2009, Google was simply unable to render and understand pages that use JavaScript to present content to users - essentially, pages that were created...

Why Did Google Change its URL Structure?

Where Google goes, so should the Web. It appears that the search engine has changed the URL structure for queries conducted at Google.com. So what does that mean to Web professionals? The URL for search results has typically or traditioanlly...

The Mobile Web, Accelerated

Admit it; the mobile experience can be pretty awful. It's still not uncommon for publishers pages to take too long to load and when they do, interacting and truly experiencing the site can be difficult for consumers. That's...

The Last Day of Flash

Google announced in June 2015 that its Chrome Browser would soon be able to pause content that was not "central" or essential to the Web page - and that day has come. Starting tomorrow (September 1, 2015), a Chrome update...

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