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WordPress 5 Upgrade: Why I Broke My Site With It

Gutenberg sounds like the place that a hard fought battle took place in Europe maybe during the “Great Wars” or during the Middle Ages but Gutenberg is not connected to history its the name given to the new WordPress editor that WordPress 5 brings to the blogosphere.

I fully expected and was prepared to backup before upgrading, I have multiple sites so I had tested the upgrade on other sites.  I figure though the best way to fix something is to break it first so I went ahead with it and upgraded https://matthewleffler.com to the newest and greatest and

Google Mobile First Index 2018: A Simple Guide to Build your Strategy

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Google’s mobile first index has created quite an upheaval in the marketing world — and for good reason. If Google is taking mobile websites more seriously, shouldn’t you?

After all, if you want Google to serve up your content to searchers, you need to know how Google crawls and assesses your website. Otherwise, you fall behind the competition.

But don’t panic.

If you don’t have a mobile website ready to go now, you’re not doomed to haunt the 100th page of the Google SERPs forever. In fact, Google is slowly rolling out this new strategy, roping in more websites

When Keyword Ranking Requires A Pass

 

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When Keyword Ranking Requires A Pass

Keyword Ranking is ultimately the goal of every SEO and Adword campaign.  I was invited to an Upwork project this past week, I always like being invited and generally I try to make the project work. Someone out there noticed my efforts and wants to hear from me.  It is unfortunate though when I feel I have no other choice but to decline the invite and not submit a winning contract.

A new site was seeking proposals for ranking at the top of search results using only organic search. I love a challenge