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Web Developer, Data Driven Specialist, Google Analytics & Tag Manager Doctor
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It's official now. Google Rolled out mobile-first indexing.

Mobile-first indexing means that Google will use the mobile version of the page for indexing and ranking.

#Google #MobileIndexing #SEO #SEOBestPractices
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Neighbourly is a New Zealand owned company founded by a team of individuals passionate about building stronger, safer and more vibrant communities.

Neighbourly's mission is to create an easy way for neighbours to talk and share online, creating more real world connections and ultimately growing stronger, safer and friendlier communities.

In December 2014, Neighbourly.co.nz proudly announced a partnership with Fairfax Media NZ now known as Stuff Limited.

Neighbourly allows you to stay connected with your neighbours and community using a private neighbourhood website. It's a free service that is designed to make your neighbourhood a safer and better place to live.

Members of Neighbourly use the website to interact on topics such as local events, after school activities, crime and safety, council issues, local services or even lost pets.

Neighbourly also offers a crime prevention service for members within its communities. Members are kept informed of any suspicious activity and can also inform each other instantly of any urgent crime or safety updates via SMS text message.

Once you have signed up as a member with Neighbourly you can do things like:

- Plan a street party

- Alert your community to a spate of vehicle break-ins

- Share a photo of a visiting dog to locate owner

- Discuss what impact Local Council plans will have on the neighbourhood

- Recommend a trustworthy local mechanic

- Ask when the roadworks down by the local park will be complete

- Grab the contact details of a good local babysitter

- Find out which cafe in the area has the best Eggs Benedict

- Share sporting cancellations and updates

- Sell an unused sofa

- Let neighbours know mail has been stolen

- Ask if anyone can loan a ladder for an hour

- Organise a neighbourhood watch group

- Ask for times of the walking school bus

- Discuss local charities and how to get involved

Neighbourly's mission is to continually find ways to help build a sense of community in your neighbourhood.

The safety of you and your family is paramount to everything we do at Neighbourly. Neighbourly developed a website that achieves this by:

- Every neighbour to verify their address.
- Every neighbour to sign up with their real name, and provide real contact information.
- You choose where your information is shared.
- Neighbourly.co.nz is protected by a password and encrypted by HTTPS.
- Information shared will never show up in Google or other search engines.
- Information will never be shared with advertisers.



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Neighbourly is a New Zealand owned company founded by a team of individuals passionate about building stronger, safer and more vibrant communities.

Neighbourly's mission is to create an easy way for neighbours to talk and share online, creating more real world connections and ultimately growing stronger, safer and friendlier communities.

In December 2014, Neighbourly.co.nz proudly announced a partnership with Fairfax Media NZ now known as Stuff Limited.

Neighbourly allows you to stay connected with your neighbours and community using a private neighbourhood website. It's a free service that is designed to make your neighbourhood a safer and better place to live.

Members of Neighbourly use the website to interact on topics such as local events, after school activities, crime and safety, council issues, local services or even lost pets.

Neighbourly also offers a crime prevention service for members within its communities. Members are kept informed of any suspicious activity and can also inform each other instantly of any urgent crime or safety updates via SMS text message.

Once you have signed up as a member with Neighbourly you can do things like:

- Plan a street party

- Alert your community to a spate of vehicle break-ins

- Share a photo of a visiting dog to locate owner

- Discuss what impact Local Council plans will have on the neighbourhood

- Recommend a trustworthy local mechanic

- Ask when the roadworks down by the local park will be complete

- Grab the contact details of a good local babysitter

- Find out which cafe in the area has the best Eggs Benedict

- Share sporting cancellations and updates

- Sell an unused sofa

- Let neighbours know mail has been stolen

- Ask if anyone can loan a ladder for an hour

- Organise a neighbourhood watch group

- Ask for times of the walking school bus

- Discuss local charities and how to get involved

Neighbourly's mission is to continually find ways to help build a sense of community in your neighbourhood.

The safety of you and your family is paramount to everything we do at Neighbourly. Neighbourly developed a website that achieves this by:

- Every neighbour to verify their address.
- Every neighbour to sign up with their real name, and provide real contact information.
- You choose where your information is shared.
- Neighbourly.co.nz is protected by a password and encrypted by HTTPS.
- Information shared will never show up in Google or other search engines.
- Information will never be shared with advertisers.



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Neighbourly is a New Zealand owned company founded by a team of individuals passionate about building stronger, safer and more vibrant communities.

Neighbourly's mission is to create an easy way for neighbours to talk and share online, creating more real world connections and ultimately growing stronger, safer and friendlier communities.

In December 2014, Neighbourly.co.nz proudly announced a partnership with Fairfax Media NZ now known as Stuff Limited.

Neighbourly allows you to stay connected with your neighbours and community using a private neighbourhood website. It's a free service that is designed to make your neighbourhood a safer and better place to live.

Members of Neighbourly use the website to interact on topics such as local events, after school activities, crime and safety, council issues, local services or even lost pets.

Neighbourly also offers a crime prevention service for members within its communities. Members are kept informed of any suspicious activity and can also inform each other instantly of any urgent crime or safety updates via SMS text message.

Once you have signed up as a member with Neighbourly you can do things like:

- Plan a street party

- Alert your community to a spate of vehicle break-ins

- Share a photo of a visiting dog to locate owner

- Discuss what impact Local Council plans will have on the neighbourhood

- Recommend a trustworthy local mechanic

- Ask when the roadworks down by the local park will be complete

- Grab the contact details of a good local babysitter

- Find out which cafe in the area has the best Eggs Benedict

- Share sporting cancellations and updates

- Sell an unused sofa

- Let neighbours know mail has been stolen

- Ask if anyone can loan a ladder for an hour

- Organise a neighbourhood watch group

- Ask for times of the walking school bus

- Discuss local charities and how to get involved

Neighbourly's mission is to continually find ways to help build a sense of community in your neighbourhood.

The safety of you and your family is paramount to everything we do at Neighbourly. Neighbourly developed a website that achieves this by:

- Every neighbour to verify their address.
- Every neighbour to sign up with their real name, and provide real contact information.
- You choose where your information is shared.
- Neighbourly.co.nz is protected by a password and encrypted by HTTPS.
- Information shared will never show up in Google or other search engines.
- Information will never be shared with advertisers.



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What you need to know before migrating your website for better

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The Specialist Challenge is back. This 8 week campaign is to encourage you & your team to pass the AdWords Advertising exams as well as recognise you for all of your efforts with a specialist certificate.

Here are the steps to get you there:
1. Register for the challenge on http://g.co/SpecialistChallengeAUNZ
2. Watch our livestream refresher series to help you prepare for the exams
3. Pass the AdWords Fundamentals and all 5 AdWords exams by 31 March 2018
4. Provide accurate registration details - and you'll earn a certificate for completing the Specialist Challenge
(We're making sure that certificates are delivered in a timely manner this year too!)

Once registered for the challenge, you'll receive invitations to refresher livestreams, where our expert +Benjamin Mangold will be giving you some hot tips as well as having an open Q&A to help you prepare for the exams.

Lastly, it’s worth reminding that all AdWords exams have now migrated to Academy for Ads (https://landing.google.com/academyforads/#?modal_active=none) and can be taken at any time but you must've passed the AdWords Fundamentals exam to sit any other AdWords exam.

Let the Challenge begins >> http://g.co/SpecialistChallengeAUNZ
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