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    Google May Drop The Old Search Console In March

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    by rustybrick
    Jan 25, 2019
    Last night in the Google NYC event John Mueller said Google is currently aiming to deprecate most, if not all, of the old Search Console by March of this year. That timeline may change but that is the goal. With that some features in the old Search Console are going away, some will have replacements, some will not.

    Redirects: One Way to Make or Break Your Site Migration - Whiteboard Friday

    Jan 24, 2019
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    Hey, guys. Welcome to this week's edition of Whiteboard Friday. My name is Kameron Jenkins, and I work here at Moz. What we're going to be talking about today is redirects and how they're one way that you can make or break your site migration. Site migration can mean a lot of different...

    Embracing the deadline: How engineers benefit from delivery dates

    by Rian van der Merwe
    Jan 21, 2019
    This is a good summary of the “healthy pressure” we strive towards on our team as well:

    While working without the pressure of explicit deadlines can feel liberating, it also increases the chance of distraction. Deadlines help us stay focused, aligned and driven – and can be used to keep project scope in check.

    Is Google Getting Ready To Punish Google News Publishers In Violation?

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    by rustybrick
    Jan 18, 2019
    Google published on the webmaster blog some tips and advice around doing well in Google News. All of the tips and advice are known and have been published in Google's help docs - which makes you wonder, why is Google putting a new blog post out there that is near duplicate to what Google has published elsewhere?

    Full Funnel Testing: SEO & CRO Together - Whiteboard Friday

    Jan 17, 2019
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    Hi, everyone. Welcome to another Whiteboard Friday. My name is Will Critchlow, one of the founders at Distilled. If you've been following what I've been writing and talking about around the web recently, today's topic may not surprise you that much. I'm going to be talking about another...

    Google Search Ranking Algorithm Update Chatter January 15th

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    by rustybrick
    Jan 16, 2019
    Over the past 24-48 hours, I've been seeing some chatter amongst the SEO communities, a bit more in the black hat space, but still chatter. Chatter of a Google search algorithm update touching down the past couple of days.

    Google URL Inspection Tool Adds HTTP Response, Resources, JS Logs & Screenshots

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    by rustybrick
    Jan 16, 2019
    Google just announced an update to the URL Inspection Tool within Google Search Console. It adds the ability to see the page's HTTP response, page resources, JavaScript logs and a rendered screenshot of the page. This is a really useful update and gives webmasters and SEOs more insight into the page itself and how Google sees it.

    Finding the right balance with product onboarding

    by Rian van der Merwe
    Jan 15, 2019
    There are some great product tips in Scott Belsky’s How to Shape Remarkable Products in the Messy Middle of Building Startups, but this part about onboarding particularly stood out for me:

    You can’t expect new customers to endure explanation. You can’t even expect customers to patiently watch as you show them how to use your product. Your best chance at engaging them is to do it for them — at least at first. Only after your customers feel successful will they engage deeply enough to...

    Google's Nofollow Link Attribute Didn't Help Improve Blog Comments; Sorry

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    by rustybrick
    Jan 15, 2019
    Yesterday at Search Engine Land I wrote how the Google blog turned off comments and how the nofollow link attribute wasn't able to save even that blog in terms of helping the comments become useful. I then went back in history covering why Google released the nofollow link attribute.

    The business case for support-driven growth

    by Rian van der Merwe
    Jan 14, 2019
    Support is a revenue driver, and a personal touch at scale is a great way to grow a business.

    — Nick Francis, The Business Case for Support-Driven Growth