The question many people ask is how often are posts going viral? The answer is only about 1 out of a million posts will go viral
Web Vitals are a essential a metrics that Google will start using to measure the user experience of your website. Now that we have that cleared up, I wanted to take a few minutes to give you some insight into ways you can use the FREE tools that Google give us to improve your site. […]
t seems so tempting… sitting in the booth of your favorite local coffee shop or maybe in desperation at the airport where you don’t have a phone signal, but don’t do it. Don’t do what? Don’t use the public Wi-Fi.
We all knew that new privacy laws were going to change the way our information is collected and stored for the use of advertising. We didn’t know how big of a change it would be to one of the worlds largest advertising companies. Google has long used “cookies” to save our preferences and use them to re-market products and services to users on multiple online platforms.
You have seen stories on the news of people’s smart cameras being hacked, of people’s homes being listened to on smart speakers and more. The FBI has even issued warnings for those who have smart TV’s, speakers, and any other smart devices for your home. Smart devices can be pretty easy to hack unless you take the steps to protect them.