Onpage optimization is a frequently underestimated field that requires technical diligence and consistency across pages and sits directly on the design concept of a website. A decent onpage optimization contributes to high usability and user satisfaction as well as traffic quality and is therefore central to every business’ online presence.
Creating a website that works well for users and search engines can be very challenging. This type of work is not going away and will remain critical in the future. In particular for larger sites, understanding crawling and indexing is crucial for making content quickly findable in search and beyond including Google News, Google Now, knowledge graph and structured data.
The statements by in his answer to the fifth question are really great to see. And I happen to agree with him 100%.
I wasn't sure how I could send a letter to you guys, so I posted here. You guys have made wonders around the world in new innovations all year round and I am grateful. Thank you so much for having amazing ideas that betters the lives of everyone. I went to my brother's out in Kansas City and tried Google Fiber and it was mind blowing that something could have been so fast and so cheap! You have made life so much easier for people and so much more efficient in what we do. Whether it's searching for jobs, finding places to eat in somewhere you have no clue where to go and even adding useful reviews to find the best place. Personally, "Okay Google" on your search engine is my absolute favorite product and it makes me wonder how much time I have saved in my life to where I can enjoy more of the small things (along with Google's help.) I am very glad that I get to live in the time where I can have a GPS, Google Drive, and so many other things that make life so much more enjoyable and faster. In short, everything you have done has started in the blink of an eye, but will last forever.
Thank you so much for all of your effort and making life more beautiful than anyone could imagine
I count 7 English beers if I count Speckled Hen twice (bottle and can).
Not being mean, but that's your problem right there... would you want foreigners to summarize Californian culture and cuisine based on Pier 39? ;) Places in Covent Garden just aren't representative of most of the rest of the UK.
On a more pragmatic note - if you don't have plans for tomorrow morning, highly recommend Columbia Road Flower Market - really unique and a slice of London you won't find in W1. Get there early (ideally not much later than 9), wander the market, then find a nice cafe to sit in the sun and people watch, while the kids listen to buskers. Don't take the tube take the 55 bus from Oxford Street and get off at the Queensbridge Road stop, or get a taxi.
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I was an early convert to digital my first camera being the 2 MP Olympus C2000 with whopping 4 & 8 MB SmartMedia memory cards. The batteries would last no more than an hour or so and less with the LCD in use...oh those were the days! Mostly a Canon convert now so I can easily share lenses with my father and most of my friends. First Canon body was the 20D but now use 1D IV, new 5D III and the much smaller Fuji X100 as it can be with me at all times.
I don't review often, but when I do it's usually really good or really bad. My review philosophy is set against expectations so I may provide 5 stars for both a dive burger joint as well as a fine dining establishment if both exceed expectations. Seems silly to me to give 3 stars for an amazing experience just because the place doesn't have cloth napkins.
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