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Posts Tagged ‘Pros’

Pros and Cons of HTTPS Services: Traditional vs Let’s Encrypt vs Cloudflare

September 14, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by jrridleyIf you have a website property verified in Google Search Console, and the website is not HTTPS-secured, you’ve likely seen some form of the following message in your dashboard recently: After months of talk and speculation, Google has finally started to move forward with its plan to secure the web by enforcing HTTPS. Although HTTPS had previously only been a concern for e-commerce sites or sites with login functionality, this latest update affects significantly more sites. The vast majority of websites have a contact page (or something similar) that contains a contact or subscription form. Those forms almost always...

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Announcing 5 NEW Feature Upgrades to Moz Pro’s Site Crawl, Including Pixel-Length Title Data

September 13, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by Dr-PeteWhile Moz is hard at work on some major new product features (we're hoping for two more big launches in 2017), we're also working hard to iterate on recent advances. I'm happy to announce that, based on your thoughtful feedback, and our own ever-growing wish lists, we've recently launched five upgrades to Site Crawl. 1. Mark Issues as FixedIt's fine to ignore issues that don't matter to your site or business, but many of you asked for a way to audit fixes or just let us know that you've made a fix prior to our next data update. So,...

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27 Big Updates & A Peek at the Future: Moz Pro’s 2016 Retrospective

January 5, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by adamfAnother year has slipped by, and while we had our ups and downs, returning to our SEO roots has given us greater focus and renewed purpose. We've redoubled our efforts with the goal of building the best SEO product in the industry. We know it's a lofty goal with so many great competitors out there, but this is the target that served as our north star in 2016 and continues to get us out of bed each morning. Our increased focus on SEO translated to a big increase in the number of new features and improvements we were able...

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Git Tips From the Pros

February 6, 2013  |  PHP  |  , ,  |  Comments Off

You're already using source control for managing your code, right? You might even be using your SCM as the central piece of your workflow, like we do at New Relic.In this article, we're not going to review the basics of source control management, regardless of which one you use. Let's just assume that you already know how to get around. What we are going to cover is how the pros use git. We'll take a look at some of the advanced features and workflows that you might not already be familiar with. Hopefully, you’ll walk away with your mouth agape...

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Stock Photos: Pros, Cons, Fixes, and Strange Examples

April 7, 2012  |  Samples  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Stock photos may be indispensable design resources, but they are also very prone to design abuse.   Like this. (And hey, this post will also be adorned with a few stock photos too! Explanation’s in the next paragraph.)   The Pros of Using Stock Photos (and 1 Con)   They’re here to stay because people actually look for them. There wouldn’t be so many stock photo websites, both free and premium, otherwise. Here’s a simple example: if you’re a blogger too, I’m sure you’ve had to resort to them a few times to preface abstract concepts you’re about to talk to your readers about, as well as...

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