Ok, so the title sounds horrendously unappealing, but I promise, it's not that bad. Google Chrome has a feature that might occasionally come in handy, so that's what we're going to talk about. Developer Tools cam be found in Chrome by going to the View menu, and then going down to Developer at the bottom… Continue reading Handy Google Chrome Developer Tools Tricks for Bloggers
Every year, Google Trends releases its Year In Search data, with the most searched for terms in the past year in different countries and for different categories. Unsurprisingly, COVID-19 dominated the year in search. One of the things I find fascinating is how it's influenced our vocabulary. It's also spawned some odd phenomena, like the… Continue reading 2020 Year in Review: Google Trends
This post is an only mildly coherent hodgepodge of things related to how we search for information. I like looking stuff up. I'm curious about the world, and I want to know more, so I spend a lot of time searching. Reading other people's blog posts often sends me over to Google or Wikipedia to… Continue reading How Do You Search for Information?
Here on MH@H, 2020 has been the year of the Google. I've had a huge increase in the number of visitors that arrive at my site via search engines. It's nice to see because I want people to hear what I have to say about mental illness. Interacting with the WordPress community is by far… Continue reading What Does Google Think of Your Blog?
Search engine optimization (SEO) can seem pretty intimidating at first. However, there are some SEO basics that any blogger can implement that will not only make your posts more search engine friendly, they'll probably be more reader-friendly. In addition, WordPress looks for similar elements when making post recommendations to users in the WP Reader, so you can… Continue reading Easy SEO Basics for Bloggers
Google stalking others is a bad habit that I need to really make an effort to put the kibosh on every so often. And just a side note, using the term "stalking" lightly in this way is not in any way intended to diminish the harm of actual stalking. I'm not talking about real stalking… Continue reading Do You Ever Google Stalk Yourself?