Recently, I have received some pretty tricky email marketing spamming emails. These emails, generally from a free account such as Yahoo seem innocent as they simply have the subject and content “test”. However, some have had a read receipt attached…. and even those that do not will receive bounces for those email addresses that are not valid.
This is apparently not new at all… But recently received an email from Google telling me to upgrade an old clients WordPress installation. This email, apparently intended to be a friendly reminder to help webmasters get off of their butts and upgrade their software makes me a bit curious. Does Google monitor software versions it…
Now that Panda has started to affect sales we are hearing more questions from webmasters…. Problems with loss of rank, sales and traffic from Google are now pretty clear and present for Zen Cart owners. I wanted to take a quick look at what to do to begin to restore your site’s rank, traffic and sales.
The +1 button makes it easy for visitors to recommend your pages to friends and contacts exactly when their advice is most useful — on Google search. As a result, you could get more and better qualified site traffic.
This seems to have gone fairly noticed, but Google has started including site speed metrics in Google Analytics. For web professionals like us, this is awesome, because Analytics is easy to gain and share access for reports and planning.