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Google PageSpeed Insights

Google PageSpeed Insights: how fast is your site?

Google PageSpeed Insights analyzes the speed of websites on both desktop and mobile devices (when available). In addition, PageSpeed Insights provides information on existing problems and potential solutions in terms of loading speed. This article will tell you about how it is set out, how important it is to have a fast website, and how you can use it to tighten up your operations.

Using Google Docs offline

Google Docs: working on your documents offline

So, you want to work on your documents on the go, but you will not have access to an internet connection. If you want to use Google Docs offline, all you need is the Google Chrome extension and adequate space on your hard drive to store your documents locally. We will go over how to work on your projects in Google Docs offline.

Fuchsia OS

Fuchsia OS – Google’s operating system of the future?

Since 2016, Google developers have been working on a new open source operating system. Unlike Chrome OS and Android, Fuchsia OS is not based on the Linux kernel. Google is trying out a different path. We introduce you to the software project, take a look at the state of development, and dare to make some initial predictions about what Google has in store for Fuchsia OS.

WDF*IDF: The Formula for better Content

WDF*IDF: What can the SEO miracle formula really do?

One of the most important tasks when it comes to designing your own website is creating and publishing high-quality texts. They shouldn’t just be highly relevant and readable, they should be optimized for search engines to rank highly as well. While the days of using keyword density as a quick path to success are over, semantic analysis methods like WDF*IDF are becoming more and more important...

Duplicate Content

Duplicate content: how to spot and avoid it

What is duplicate content? The term refers to pages or text modules that appear several times on a website or across domains. Duplicate content makes it difficult for search engines to display relevant content to users. Therefore, websites with duplicated content are downranked. Our article reveals how you can avoid and best deal with duplicate content.

Free tools for a successful online keyword research

Keyword research – part 2: research tools

Putting together a useful keyword set isn’t as simple as thinking up a couple of search terms and jotting them down in a brainstorming session. Keyword research experts know to check the relevance of their terms and to try out different keyword variants and combinations to improve their positioning in Google’s search engine results pages. The following keyword research tools are great ways to...

Keyword research

Keyword research – part 1: first steps

The world of search engine optimization revolves around keywords. Website operators looking to optimize their project for major search engines must find out how to get their search terms on the coveted top spots in the search engine results pages. To put it another way, on-page optimization can’t take place without first conducting keyword research. In the first part of our series, we introduce...

Google Sheets: conditional formatting

Google Sheets: conditional formatting explained

Google’s cloud-based spreadsheet program Google Sheets lets you apply automatic formatting for individual or groups of cells. Using conditional formatting, users can neatly arrange their spreadsheets and emphasize important data and entries automatically. But how does conditional formatting in Google Sheets work?

Google Sheets importXML

Google Sheets: Using the importXML function for web scraping

Google Sheets has different functions that let you read structured data from websites directly in the spreadsheet. One of these is importXML(). This function in Google Sheets lets you create easy-to-read lists of links, extract text from websites, and import whole web tables into your spreadsheet with just one formula. In this article, you’ll find out exactly how it works.

Gmail out of office

Gmail out-of-office: here’s how to set it

An out-of-office message informs others that you’re temporarily unavailable. Setting an out-of-office message in Gmail only takes a few steps. It’s perfectly normal to use a Gmail out-of-office message – vacation, illness, or business trips are just some of the reasons for why you might need to know how to set up an out-of-office reply in Gmail.


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