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Yesterday's new device/display announcements. Today's multi-device design challenges. 
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Avoid Plugins to ensure your webpages are mobile friendly
With Google announcing the "significant" changes to rankings that mobile friendliness will bring it is well worth your while to ensure you are not using plugins on your pages. 
There are five things Google uses to judge if a page is mobile friendly, and avoiding plugins is one of them.
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"If you run a web site, you may already be familiar with Google Webmaster Tools and how it lets you know if Safe Browsing finds something problematic on your site. For example, we’ll notify you if your site is delivering malware, which is usually a sign that it’s been hacked. We’re extending our Safe Browsing protections to automatically display notifications to all Google Analytics users via familiar Google Analytics Notifications."
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Mark Zuckerberg - I'd love to work with Google. They are a great search product

"Yeah, our team is in contact with them frequently, and I talk to a number of folks over there," he said. "When we launched in Zambia, Google was actually one of the services that was in the Internet.org suite, and that's valuable. In addition to health services and education, jobs and different government services and communication tools, people need to be able to search and find information.

"And whether we work with Google or others on that in all of these other countries, I think that is an important thing," he added. "I'd love to work with Google. They are a great search product."
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Google Cloud Outage: Virtual Networking Breakdown

Google's virtual networking software stopped providing routing updates, and customers lost their connections to the outside world.

A two-hour and 40-minute outage for Google Compute Engine that occurred late Feb. 18 and early Feb. 19 is being described by Google as a breakdown in its data center virtual networking.

Google said: "The majority of Google Compute Engine instances experienced traffic loss for outbound network connectivity," a development it termed "unacceptable."
Google's virtual networking software stopped providing routing updates, and customers lost their connections to the outside world.
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Kicking off #MobileMadness this month with stats:
74% of mobile consumers use a search engine in their shopping process. Don't lose their business by presenting them with error pages that only appear on mobile devices. Learn about mobile-only 404s and how to fix them→http://goo.gl/98hmjj

#MobileMadness #mobilefriendly

source: https://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/research-studies/mobile-path-to-purchase-5-key-findings.html
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Redirects and Mobile SEO
Want users and Google to love your mobile site? Then get rid of redirects. Redirects add up. On mobile networks they add up more. 
Learn how to remove or reduce your redirects for a faster, better mobile experience for your users (and Google).
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The #mobilefriendly ranking change announced yesterday takes effect April 21. We want to help you prepare for this big change!
Introducing #MobileMadness, a monthlong campaign this March to help you make your site look great and work seamlessly on mobile devices. We'll cover best practices, live presentations (such as http://goo.gl/oRlNqF), Q&A office hours and more.

Follow us and join in on the #MobileMadness.
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Basics of a mobile website for SMBs
Join us for a 4-part web series on making great mobile sites for your small and medium businesses. Learn the correct configurations, go-to tools and optimization strategies to make a big impact on both your customers and search engines. Invite your company's web developers, webmasters, decision-makers and marketers. We'll see you soon!

1. Learn the tools: PageSpeed Insights, Mobile-Friendly Test and Mobile-Usability
http://goo.gl/qpDvR7

2. Bring it in: Viewports, zoom and plugins
http://goo.gl/dWHqQq

3. Focus on the user: Tap targets, margins and font sizes
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4. Set it right: Redirects and canonicals
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Conditional loading of javascript for faster mobile pages
Making your webpages load faster for mobile users should be one of your primary concerns. In reality you are likely loading all the page resources to your mobile users, even if the page is not using them.
Most pages have a higher (better) pagespeed score for desktop than they do mobile.
That is the opposite of what it should be.
Your mobile users should be getting the quicker, simpler, and faster loading version of your page. This page explains how to selectively load things so your mobile users have a much better experience. 
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Google warns of US government 'hacking any facility' in the world

Google is boldly opposing an attempt by the US Justice Department to expand federal powers to search and seize digital data, warning that the changes would open the door to US “government hacking of any facility” in the world.

In a strongly worded submission to the Washington committee that is considering the proposed changes, Google says that increasing the FBI’s powers set out in search warrants would raise “monumental and highly complex constitutional, legal and geopolitical concerns that should be left to Congress to decide”.

The search giant warns that under updated proposals, FBI agents would be able to carry out covert raids on servers no matter where they were situated, giving the US government unfettered global access to vast amounts of private information.
Google says increasing the FBI’s powers set out in search warrants would raise ‘monumental’ legal concerns that should be decided by Congress
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