Submitting sitemaps via Google Search Console is an important step in ensuring your website is listed in Google search results. Sometimes, a sitemap that you know is valid and fetchable doesn't work in Google Search Console. In this case (which is likely a bug on Google's side) try this trick.
What task should you immediately complete after launching your new website? Hint, it helps all your hard work designing, coding, and writing be found by end-users via search. My design studio provides this behind-the-scenes step for our clients as part of our best practice and SEO tasks. So, do you know what "this step" might be, or are you still wondering? Read this post to find out the answer.
Ever wanted to better organize your Google Chrome extensions? Yep, me too! Here's a quick few tips to pin and arrange your most frequently used Google Chrome extensions in your browser.
Ever wanted to delete your messages in Gmail on your iPhone by swiping? Yep, me too! My default swipe settings were configured to archive my messages, not to delete unwanted messages. Here are quick how-to instructions for setting deletion as your default swipe action for unwanted messages in the Gmail application on your iPhone.
If you ever find that Google's Menu (the left navigation) is hidden and only appears when you hover over the menu, and this drives you crazy, then fortunately there's a one-click fix.
You can toggle Gmail's Main Menu by clicking the hamburger menu (three horizontal lines). Clicking this main menu will expand or collapse your navigation
The gibberish you see in Chrome is likely indicative of a font issue, specifically with the Roboto font. I bet you're a designer! Here's how to fix it, and it's really easy!
Existing as a small business on Google should be a top priority for all local businesses. Here are a few tips for making the most of this FREE Google service.
If you've registered your website with Google Search Console, then periodically you may receive emails notifying you when Mobile Usability issues have been detected. A notification may look similar to the screenshot below. They often highlight common errors such as "Text too small to read," "Clickable elements too close together," or "Content wider than screen."
Did you know that Google.com can be used to help you search for a keyword or phrase within a website? Yes, it’s true. Google can search and provide results for any single website indexed by Google. How to search for your phrase, keyword, or term from within a specific website using Google.com? It’s very simple to search a single site in Google, you just need to know the proper syntax...