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Photo credit The internet has been abuzz the past week over a 10-page anti-diversity “manifesto” written by recently terminated Google employee James Damore. On the surface, the uproar seems reasonable, but I’m going to argue that it’s for the wrong reasons. I’ve ruminated on whether or not to address this topic, because it’s clear that […]

It’s been a while since I’d been to an SEO meetup (it seems like all of the big players stopped running them), so I was delighted to see a great panel sponsored by Yext. There were a few good industry friends, as well as other talented folks. The full lineup was: Mike King, Founder & Digital […]

Those of you with YouTube accounts will be familiar with this popup below: It’s destructive (stops any YouTube playback), annoying (it will come back in a week or two even if you hit the “I don’t want to use my full name” button), and it’s creating clutter. What I mean by this last point is […]

I’d like to preface this blog post by saying that I’m usually the first to poke fun at SEOs who blog about the “search impact” of every little thing that Google does, whether it’s changing a font, repositioning items slightly in the SERP, or whatever the case may be. So in order for me to […]

Looks like Google is rolling out a new right hand sidebar to provide concise summaries of programming and script-related queries. Notice that in the Javascript example, the right side AdWords listings are pushed down. Very interesting to see where Google’s priorities are. As usual, this is being rolled out in phases (or being tested). I’m […]

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