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Scott Huddleston
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Did you ever ask yourself why things weren't working out the way you planned with your site? Analytics can give you the answer to the question and lead you to success!

Read why using Analytics is so important for your website:

http://bit.ly/GoogleAnalyticsImportant
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Scott Huddleston commented on a post on Blogger.
Accelerated Mobile Pages will only accelerate the switch to mobile devices, which is already happening too fast for most companies. This should provide new contracts for savvy web agencies to help these companies.  Here is the article (https://googleblog.blogspot.ch/2015/10/introducing-accelerated-mobile-pages.html) which describes this project and includes some other industry heavyweights.  #SEO #mobile #websitedevelopment  
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A part of Google's algorithm includes download speed of a website's pages. The faster the page, the better the rating.
It pains me to see, over and over again, images that are painted line by line on the screen. That indicates that an image that was only showing 200 x 300 pixels (and should have been 30 kilobytes large) was the original size of 2000 X 3000 and had a size of 4 megabytes, but told by the site designer to only show 200 x300 pixels!
Don't forget to optimize your images, e.g. 72dpi, JPEG quality 80. Never use original images unless they are for download, even then make a small version of the image as a thumbnail. If they want the image as a download, then they expect it to be slow, and so would Google!

‪#‎google‬ ‪#‎seo‬ ‪#‎images‬
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If search is Google's main business and the index is the center of the search, then why doesn't anyone want to listen to me when I want to tell them about an error in the index?
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I would love an answer to this: Yahoo, Bing and even Dogpile have the right search results for a page and its title, why is it still broken in Google's index even though the title was changed back in December 2013 and resubmitted via Webmaster Tools?
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Doug wasn't just a great innovator, he was a wonderful, intelligent and, last but not least, humble man.
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