About PageSpeed Insights from Google
PageSpeed Insights measures the performance of a page for mobile devices and desktop devices. It fetches the url twice, once with a mobile user-agent, and once with a desktop-user agent.
Give it a try >>> https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/
If you need help figuring it all out post to this blog and we will see what we can do.
As marketers, we can’t afford to depend on one traffic source (that was designed in a desktop-driven universe) when our target market is now using multiple devices and various social media platforms for news. From Twitter, to Instagram, to Periscope, to Facebook, to Snapchat, the only way we can make sure we’re around for the long haul is to adopt as many platforms as possible and to build assets over all of them.
Facebook does not have legal standing to challenge search warrants on behalf of its users, a New York appeals court has ruled in what was the biggest batch of warrants the social-media site said it ever received at one time.
Facebook objected to handing over the data and challenged it. The site was even threatened with contempt of court over the fight, so it reluctantly coughed up the data. Facebook was allowed to continue the challenge on appeal in a failed bid to set legal precedent for its users.
“The government’s search and seizure here would be unthinkable in the physical world.”
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To Facebook, your personal information is everything. The more the site has on you, the more money it can make from advertisers who want to target you. Unfortunately, there are some things you shouldn’t share online.
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Ever been down this road? What should I blog about? Does anyone really care what I have to say? I don’t know what to write. Enough with the excuses.
When this happens you have to ask yourself this question. Am I really trying to help someone with this blog post or am I just doing it for the sake of SEO or a rule you heard from some self appointed expert that you have to blog every week for good listings. If your motive is to truly help people even if it is only one person or a few then you have to say it is worth it. You should do it.
The answer to the question has to be yes. But you may not like the results. You can use the create website wizards on GoDaddy or Network Solutions and other domain registers. Plus all the big cheap hosting companies have their own web design wizards you can use. You are by now thinking wow this will be a piece of cake. Maybe…..
NASA has a lot of programs that don’t always capture the public’s attention the way, say, a rover on Mars does. But its All Sky Fireball Network, a collection of 15 cameras pointed at the sky, has grabbed a bit of attention today by catching one of its objects of interest as it lit up the skies over Pennsylvania.
NASA’s meteor watch group has used its Facebook page to provide some of the basic stats on the rock that generated this fireball: a bit over half a meter in diameter but about 250 kg, it was moving at a speed of over 70,000 km/hour as it entered the atmosphere moving west to east. It was tracked descending from 60 miles in altitude down to 13 miles. Read More…
It is really a matter of choices. It comes down to this. We all have the same amount to time in any given day. If you want to blog more you have to stop making excuses.
Some of the best I hear are:…..
WASHINGTON — Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler revealed a big win for net neutrality advocates on Wednesday, asking for strong authority to enforce open Internet protections.
In a Wired op-ed, Wheeler said he is proposing the FCC use its authority under Title II of the Communications Act to protect consumer broadband Internet. This move will allow the FCC to stop Internet service providers from charging content providers like Netflix more money for reliable Internet access.
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FCC Chief Announces Big Win For Net Neutrality Advocates.