Are you wondering why Google de-indexed your WordPress site? Search engines are a major source of traffic for most websites on the internet. That means that getting de-indexed from Google can take away most of your traffic. In this article, we will show you why your WordPress site got de-indexed from Google and what you… Continue reading Why Did My WordPress Site Get De-Indexed From Google?
Do you want your WordPress site to show up in Google News? Getting your site in Google News can skyrocket your website traffic and help you reach new audiences. It also helps build credibility and authority for your brand. In this article, we will show you how to submit your WordPress site to Google News.… Continue reading How to Submit Your WordPress Site to Google News (Step by Step)
Google is in the process of rolling out its December 2022 “helpful content” system update, which started on the 5th and is becoming more visible in search results. The company estimates it will take approximately two weeks to fully roll out. The helpful content system generates a signal that is used by Google’s automated ranking… Continue reading Google Rolls Out December 2022 “Helpful Content” Update
A group of 130,000 businesses publishing around 1,750,000 websites and applications in the UK have filed a lawsuit against Google and its parent company, Alphabet. The claim is being managed by law firms Humphries Kerstetter and Geradin Partners, who allege that “Google abused its dominant position in the market for online advertising, earning super-profits for… Continue reading UK Publishers File £13.6 Billion Lawsuit Against Google Alleging Market Abuse
NitroPack is hosting a free webinar on Wednesday, September 14th at 5pm EET / 11:00am ET, NitroPack’s team jointly with Salvatore Denaro, Technical Consultant at Google, will discuss all things Core Web Vitals, web performance, and WordPress. Register today! This article was published at Post Status — the community for WordPress professionals.
This is a good call, I think, but I can’t recall a story like at it at The Tavern where core contributors’ corporate sponsors/employers got named so much. In this case it’s Google, which has an interest in propagating use of the WebP image format it created. It would be fair to also note Automattic… Continue reading WebP by Default is on hold
Chinmayi Sharma argues our digital infrastructure is built on open source, and it cannot provide adequate security so governments should help out. Estimated reading time: 2 minutes Over at Lawfare, Chinmayi Sharma talks open source security and argues our digital infrastructure is built on a house of cards — i.e., open source software. Log4j comes… Continue reading When the Free Rider is Government
Cory Miller talks with Lead Solutions Engineer at WordPress VIP, Sean O’Shaughnessy. Learn about WordPress hosting at a massive scale with some blind case study examples. Recorded on August 12, 2022. Topics Discussed How Sean got into his present role The trouble with caching, internal and external requests, and dynamic database-driven publishing platforms. Headless and… Continue reading WordPress at a Massive Scale
Jack Kitterhing joins David to talk about adopting (and adapting) Gutenberg — and Full Site Editing — at LearnDash for their LMS product. The conversation touches on the problem of people in the WordPress community having their course content stolen and resold. What can you do to protect and brand your learning product to deter… Continue reading Post Status Excerpt (No. 64) — LearnDash’s Adoption of Gutenberg, Full Site Editing, and How to Protect Your Course Content from Theft
People don’t realize how long ago “long ago” wasn’t. We’re not talking about two, three, four hundred years ago. My family always stressed working somewhere your employer respects you, because it wasn’t that long ago they didn’t have a choice. Nyasha Green We’re rebooting Post Status Excerpt as a weekly chat between Nyasha Green and… Continue reading Post Status Excerpt (No. 63) — Pay Transparency, Mutual Respect, and the Community We Need