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    NoUI, YesUI, and appropraite visbility

    by Rian van der Merwe
    Mar 13, 2013
    Frank Chimero has a great follow-up to Tino Arnall’s excellent post No to NoUI. In *The Cloud is Heavy and Design Isn’t Invisible Frank explores what’s appropriate (and what’s not) about using “The Cloud” as a metaphor, and then he makes a great point about the Invisible Design trend:

    Sometimes I wonder if the desire to obfuscate production and make the resulting design invisible or seamless to users diminishes their appreciation for the craft of building systems. I think there’s a...

    Content Marketing Metrics Fun With Google Analytics

    Jill Whalen
    by Jill Whalen
    Mar 13, 2013
    When you add great content to your website on a regular basis and get the word out about it to your target audience, you'll gain more rankings, traffic, conversions, leads and sales.

    Adapt or Die - Stop Trying to Control Your Customers!

    Jill Whalen
    by Jill Whalen
    Mar 13, 2013
    This article chronicles what I learned through shopping for wedding dresses with my daughter: Businesses that operate in an old-fashioned manner trying to control the information they provide their customers will likely not be around much longer.

    Can someone verify ownership of my site by adding a meta tag to the body of my page?

    Mar 13, 2013
    I'm worried that someone might be able to inject meta tags into the body of my content, so they could add a "verify" meta tag and control my site in...

    Google Created Hacked Site Resource

    by rustybrick
    Mar 13, 2013
    One of the more typical questions I see come up in the various Google Help forum threads is about sites that get hacked. It is always the same thing... A webmaster or site owner feels violated and embarrassed. At first, they think Google got it all wrong. Then they...

    Will Google Now For iPhone & iPad Boost Google Search App Usage?

    by dannysullivan
    Mar 12, 2013
    Engadget spotted and has archived a promotional video that suggests the Google Search App for iOS may be gaining Google Now support. That support might help boost usage of the Google Search App, which barely makes the iTunes Top 100. Google Now No Longer Android-Only?

    Google Now is Google’s predictive search assistant, which tries to anticipate answers to things before you ask, such as travel times to destinations you frequent. Google Now is available for newer Android devices but not for...

    Google Launches Help Center For Hacked Sites

    Vanessa Fox
    by Vanessa Fox
    Mar 12, 2013
    Google has just launched  a help center for hacked sites, complete with step-by-step instructions and videos that outline each part of the process. The videos feature Maile Ohye, Developer Programs Tech Lead at Google (and her Googler colleagues), who told me “we wanted to connect our capability to detect and alert site owners of their hacked sites with improved resources to help them recover.”

    For some time, Google’s been letting site owners know when their sites have been hacked, but this...

    Help for hacked sites: Overview

    Mar 12, 2013
    In this first step in Help for hacked sites, we discuss how and why sites are hacked, and review your options for recovery. Help for hacked sites:...

    Help for hacked sites: Assess the damage (hacked with spam)

    Mar 12, 2013
    Help for hacked sites: www.google.com In this fifth step in Help for hacked sites, we discuss spam techniques by hackers, how to investigate your...

    Help for hacked sites: Code injection

    Mar 12, 2013
    Help for hacked sites: www.google.com This video discusses the malware infection type "Code injection." Owners of sites affected by this malware...