Monthly Archives: July 2020

Deno Module System: A Novice’s Guide

Deno Module System: A Novice's Guide

Find out about the Deno module system– the most significant workflow modification you’ll experience if you’re originating from Node.js. Learn how it works and how to utilize it, how to use Node.js bundles in Deno, and more.Node.js is a JavaScript runtime based upon Chrome’s V8 engine, established by Ryan Dahl, and launched in 2009. Deno […]

Local SEO: why your site should have a store locator

Local SEO: why your site should have a store locator

Arjan Snaterse Arjan Snaterse is owner and WordPress specialist at Uprise and co-owner of Radish Concepts. Worked in the SEO industry and now fully focussing on WordPress development. Arjan has developed the Local SEO plugin together with the team at Yoast. In our recent post about local landing pages, we explained what they are and […]

How to Run a Traceroute to Troubleshoot Connection and HTTP Errors

How to Run a Traceroute to Troubleshoot Connection and HTTP Errors

Connection errors are bound to happen to everyone who uses the internet. At some point, the traffic slows to a crawl and the data just doesn’t go through. Whether that’s trying to submit a credit card number that just won’t go through, playing an online game where your commands have seconds of latency between button […]

6 Connectors to Spice Up Your Reporting: Introducing Google Data Studio Connectors for STAT

6 Connectors to Spice Up Your Reporting: Introducing Google Data Studio Connectors for STAT

Data visualization platforms have become a vital tool to help illustrate the success of a body of work. Painting a clear picture of your SEO efforts is as important as ever, whether you’re reporting out to clients or to internal stakeholders at your own company. More and more SEOs are turning to data visualization tools […]

Growing Your Audience as a Designer

Growing Your Audience as a Designer

Freelance designers are in a tough position. We have to create awesome work which gets us clients, and then we have to go out and market that work to make sure potential clients actually see it. We’ve all seen those designers who seem to have an overabundance of fans and followers, and whose work draws […]

A Bit on Web Component Libraries

A Bit on Web Component Libraries

A run of Web Components news crossed my desk recently so I thought I’d group it up here. To my mind, one of the best use cases for Web Components is pattern libraries. Instead of doing, say, <ul class=”nav nav-tabs”> like you would do in Bootstrap or <div class=”tabs”> like you would in Bulma, you […]

What is B2B Content Marketing? 7 Successful Examples

What is B2B Content Marketing? 7 Successful Examples

B2B content marketing is the process of creating and promoting content that appeals to businesses who are your target customers.  The goal is simple: use content marketing to drive more traffic, acquire leads, and generate sales for your business. Now, here’s the thing: there is no one right way of doing content marketing. Depending on their goals, […]

Gutenberg 8.6 Adds Cover Block Video Positioning and Updates Block Patterns

Gutenberg 8

Gutenberg 8.6 landed quietly last week. Much of the focus right now is ironing out the remaining bugs for WordPress 5.5 during its beta cycle. However, that does not mean the Gutenberg project has come to a complete halt in terms of new features. The team is marching forward with extra goodies for those who […]