While I’m deep into tech on a daily basis, I don’t get as much time as I’d like to share the complex integrations and automation that my company implements for customers. As well, I don’t have a lot of discovery time. Most of the technology I write about are companies that seek out Martech Zone covering them, but every once in a while – especially via Twitter – I see some buzz around a new
Google announced that Core Web Vitals would become a ranking factor in June 2021 and the rollout is set to complete in August. The folks at WebsiteBuilderExpert have put together this comprehensive infographic that speaks to each of Google’s Core Web Vitals (CWV) and Page Experience Factors, how to measure them, and how to optimize for these updates. What are Google’s Core Web Vitals? Your site’s visitors prefer sites with a great page experience. In
Precautions made by companies during the pandemic significantly disrupted the supply chain, consumer buying behavior, and our associated marketing efforts this last couple of years. In my opinion, the greatest consumer and business changes happened with online shopping, home delivery, and mobile payments. For marketers, we saw a dramatic shift in the return on investment in digital marketing technologies. We continue to do more, across more channels and mediums, with less staff – requiring us
If you’re running WordPress as your content management system, the system is typically configured to push email messages (like system messages, password reminders, etc.) through your host. However, this isn’t an advisable solution for a couple of reasons: Some hosts actually block the ability to send outbound emails from the server so that they’re not a target for hackers to add malware that sends emails. The email that comes from your server typically isn’t authenticated
Simplifying your URL structure is a great way to optimize your site for a number of reasons. Long URLs are difficult to share with others, can get cut off in text editors and email editors, and complex URL folder structures can send the wrong signals to search engines on the importance of your content. YYYY/MM/DD Permalink Structure If your site had two URLs, which one would you think has provided the article with higher importance?