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Google Begins Sending Mobile-First Indexing Notifications by @MattGSouthern

Google has started sending emails to notify webmasters that their site has been migrated to mobile-first indexing. The company announced last month that it would be sending notifications regarding mobile-first indexing, but today marks the first time anyone has actually seen them. However, that doesn’t mean mobile-first indexing is just starting now. Google has confirmed […]

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Mobile Optimization: 12 Best Practices for the Mobile-First Era by @BrianHarnish

Google’s mobile-first index is here. Now, more than ever, it’s essential to make sure that your development process includes best practices and techniques toward achieving an effective mobile representation of your online presence. Whether you’re in law, health care, the restaurant game, technical, or other industry, a high-quality mobile implementation of your website is a […]

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How to Create Twitter Lists & 5 Genius Ideas for Using Them by @alextachalova

Twitter lists are a wonderful feature – one that’s often overlooked by marketers, even though Twitter lists been around since 2009. Lists help you spend your time more effectively on Twitter because you can more easily find, monitor, and interact with the right people. Like any list, Twitter lists are practical and useful. This simple yet […]

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Critical Drupal Core Vulnerability – Upgrade Now by @martinibuster

A Drupal core vulnerability was announced on the official Drupal website. This is called the SA-CORE-2018-004 vulnerability.  This vulnerability allows a remote attacker to execute code on a Drupal website through “multiple attack vectors.” The official Drupal site recommends upgrading to the most recent versions of Drupal 7 or 8. Attacks based on this vulnerability have […]