Month: September 2019

6 Ways to Get More Organic Traffic, Without Ranking Your Website

I argued Google appears to be ranking websites heavily based on searcher intent — this is more true now than ever. In fact, it might be algorithmically impossible to get your website on top of the

Antifragility at Work: Change is the Only Constant

“She successfully negotiated for her life’s happiness.” – Stuart Diamond, How You Can Negotiate to Succeed in Work and Life I’m excited to finally be letting the world know that I’ve moved onto a new

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Badass millennial women are supercharging startup investments

Patricia Nakache Contributor Patricia Nakache is a general partner at Trinity Ventures. More posts by this contributor Defensible strategies for food tech entrepreneurs facing the Amazon juggernaut How Startups Are Making Real Estate Businesses More

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The Best 4 CRM Integrations For Improved Sales and Happy Clients

Customer relationship management (CRM) software is the biggest software market in the entire world, and it’s expected to grow to $80 billion by 2020. It’s no secret that CRMs are powerful tools for both sales

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Google’s Layout Changes and What They Mean for Your SEO

Google likes to mix it up. From constant algorithm changes to its RankBrain AI, there is always news out of Mountain View. Another thing that has changed a lot over time is the layout of

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Samsung Galaxy Fold take two

The Galaxy Fold comes in a nice box. It’s a thing I rarely, if ever, mention in product write-ups, because, if done right, shipping containers are generally the least interesting thing about a product. But

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iPhone 11 Pro teardown reveals smaller logic board, larger battery

iFixit has disassembled Apple’s new iPhone models, which tells us more about the differences with last year’s phones. iFixit shot a live-stream video of the iPhone 11 Pro teardown and wrote a guide for the

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Gaining Perspective Through Untranslatable Words

I love the Internet. It does this magical thing where it takes people millions of miles away and connects them. Like you (whoever is reading this article) and I, through a shared medium; in this

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The WordPress Cleanup Checklist

The time is now to look at your current WordPress website and run through this WordPress cleanup checklist to tidy up your website. Whether you own a single blog or you’re a freelancer/developer who will

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How to Automate Pagespeed Insights For Multiple URLs using Google Sheets

Posted by PageSpeed) as one of the signals used by its algorithm to rank pages, it’s important to have that insight down to the page level. One of the pain points in website performance optimization,

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WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: September 2019, Part 1

Several new WordPress plugin and theme vulnerabilities were disclosed during the first half of September, so we want to keep you aware. In this post, we cover recent WordPress plugin and theme vulnerabilities and what

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The Top 5 WordPress Security Vulnerabilities and How to Avoid Them

If you own a WordPress website, you should be aware of potential WordPress security vulnerabilities. Just like locking the doors of your house, investing in an alarm system and paying for insurance, your website should have

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Web Design Typography: 5 Things You Need to Know

Since 95% of the information on the web is written language, a good web designer needs to have a grasp of typography: the ancient discipline of shaping text for human consumption. In this post, we’ll

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Firefox’s Test Pilot Program Returns with Firefox Private Network Beta

Like a cat, the Test Pilot program has had many lives. It originally started as an Add-on before we relaunched it three years ago. Then in January, we announced that we were evolving our culture

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