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The ever-expanding importance of mobile search is beyond debate. That’s why you don’t want Google to think that your website is not mobile friendly—although it actually is. Long lines in code examples (typically found in webdesign blogs) can be a problem in respect of what Google regards as mobile-friendly. Learn how you can easily fix this with a bit of CSS.
After trying to use Outlook tasks to organize my to-do lists in a “Getting Things Done” compliant way for five years, I switched back to the GTD focused online productivity tool Toodledo. Yes, it’s one more tool in my arsenal, instead of simply using Outlook and Exchange Server for everything: emails, calendar and tasks. But Toodledo works so much better for me. Read on to learn how this GTD to-do planner makes me not only a more relaxed person, but also a better (which means: less nagging) husband.
Being up to date with the latest trends in various subfields of digital marketing is vital for every digital marketing professional. SEO, in particular, is an ever-changing field of activity in which outdated information can be a genuine risk. To be au courant with what works and what doesn’t in the most efficient way I subscribed to these five SEO blogs. Read on to learn why you should read them, too.
Most website CMSs handle typical article pages or “general purpose” pages the same way: They provide one big input field for the whole content section of the page. Usually this input field is enhanced with a WYSIWYG editor, which in turn needs plugins and supporting tools like WordPress shortcodes to handle more than just text. Read about the pros and cons of this common solution and learn about an alternative that increases convenience and flexibility by breaking up your content into modular blocks.
Four years have passed since I wrote my last blog article. I can’t remember its title, and I can’t look it up because the blog no longer exists. That’s the fate of all my former blogs: I deleted them. None of the seven blogs I created since 2003 survived. This time it’s going to be different.
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