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Google’s Test Your Mobile Speed

Here's a great new tool from Google. Here's the link - https://testmysite.thinkwithgoogle.com Just type in your website address and Google will test your website for load time (on a standard 3g connection) and mobile compatibility.  It will also test how your website looks and handles on mobile devices (font size, layout, etc...). Google will show

Google’s Test Your Mobile Speed 2017-11-04T00:51:33+00:00

The wrong street address is showing up in my AdWords ad

Here's how to fix it! If the wrong street address is showing up in your AdWords ads, it could be because Google is mixing up one of your account addresses with your campaign address. In your AdWords dashboard... Check "Ad extensions" in "Campaigns" and select the appropriate "Campaign extension" from your list of "Account extensions".

The wrong street address is showing up in my AdWords ad 2017-11-04T00:59:46+00:00

Does my website need an SSL certificate?

Yes. Google has started favoring websites with SSL certification (websites with "https") over regular websites (sites with "http") in it's search results. SSL certification shows that your website is using encryption to protect users and their personal information. By January 2017, the Google web browser, Chrome will treat all regular "http" websites as non-secure. With

Does my website need an SSL certificate? 2017-11-04T01:03:56+00:00

Are Google Webmaster Tools supported by WordPress.com?

Yes! If you have a website or blog hosted by WordPress.com you can still use Google's Webmaster Tools. From your WordPress.com dashboard select TOOLS, then AVAILABLE TOOLS, then WEBSITE VERIFICATION SERVICES. Screenshot of Website Verification Services STEPS 1.Log in to https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/ with your Google account. 2.Enter your blog address (without http:// or https://

Are Google Webmaster Tools supported by WordPress.com? 2014-02-02T10:57:06+00:00

Google just made it easier for people to know if you’re opening their email messages

Today, the web giant announced a change to its popular Gmail service: Images embedded in emails will now be automatically displayed, saving users from clicking on a “display images” link and, Google claims, making “your messages more safe and secure.” But buried in the fine print, a different picture emerges. The new setup also means

Google just made it easier for people to know if you’re opening their email messages 2013-12-17T04:59:29+00:00

Add a date picker to a Google Spreadsheet

from bennydesk.com I have been looking for this for a long time. I finally just Googled it… “Right-click the selection you want to have the date picker show up for (i.e. single cell, entire row, entire column) and then open data validation. Set criteria to A valid date and click Save. Now just double-click the

Add a date picker to a Google Spreadsheet 2013-11-30T16:45:38+00:00