Google already uses a whole host of factors to determine ranking; but what’s next?
You may have heard ‘RegEx’ been banded about now and again.
Bing announced last week that a new part of their algorithm would include measures to tackle URL keyword stuffing
Some of the most hated sayings in SEO.
There’s going to be a protest against potential new rules allowing internet providers to give prevalence of quicker internet to those who pay a bit more.
In one of my recent posts, I wrote about how using HTTPS is, while essential for many sites, one of those things which can cause a couple of problems if it isn’t implemented properly.
So I finally got round to sorting out Askimet on my website. It certainly took long enough. I just got lazy and couldn’t be bothered to reset the password every time I got distracted. Plus I did feel very, very mean not paying for it.
Because I just don’t talk about cats enough. Apparently.
A while ago, a gentleman who worked with me at my previous agency told me that you can use Python to do some awesome scraping action on websites. Obviously, I got needlessly excited and decided that as soon as I was next paid I would go out and get a book about Python and try […]
A secure version of a webpage can be identified easily; it will have the ‘https://’ protocol within the URL. For websites which require protected logins, it’s an essential.