Go on, give it a squeeze
Any chance that someone could provide me with a reasonable SEO forum? The Webmaster Stack Exchange is strongly lacking.
I merely ask:
I’m about to configure my routes. Which of the following is better optimized for search engines, namely, Google:
f) Some other variant
This isn’t the same question as any asked on this forum to date. This question has nothing to do with subdomains OR languages OR regions. I strictly referring to building a url according to a seo preferred order such as in the order set A, the order in the url is id, pub, and town. It may be the case that an seo algorithm may prefer a different order set (such as B through to F).
When I have to task switch, I sometimes leave a puzzle. The solution was pretty obvious in retrospect.
jQuery Plugin For Floating Placeholder Label Text - JVFloat.js
JVFloat.js is a simple yet user-friendly jQuery plugin for creating a Floating Label Text effect using HTML5 and CSS3, which is inspired by Matt D. Smith’s Mobile Form Interaction.
Isn’t this what the tooltip text is for? Bootstrap has better implementations.
Website bug or is it just another bug in Internet Explorer?
Typically, IE 10 was supposed to break with its previously poor quality browsers, but instead it breaks web applications.
Big Tech Recruiting
I was very recently recruited, out of the blue, by one of the major tech companies out there. I was contacted via LinkedIn, which surprised me, as I didn’t realize companies are actively using that for recruiting purposes (which has since made me really want to go over my profile with a fine-tooth comb). I’ve also previously worked for Epic, which, while not a household name, is a major software company in the healthcare industry, and hires a couple hundred people each month. They have similar recruiting/hiring policies, and claim to hire only about the top 1% of applicants. So, I’ve had to jump through all these hoops on many occasions.
I guess what I’m trying to say is that I wish these companies jumped through as many hoops to impress me as I am supposed to to impress them. That’s the position I feel I’m in with my experience, and, especially when a company comes after me, as these two did, as opposed to when I apply for a position. It’s a two-way street.
One of my pet peeves in this industry is that every company has its own programming aptitude test they want you to take, which is time-consuming for all parties, stressful for the applicant, and, I maintain, not an accurate indicator of programming ability. I wish the industry could get together and create some kind of GRE/LSAT/MCAT test for programming algorithms, which could be accepted universally. We could take it once and for all, or retake it at our leisure if we don’t like our score. When you apply for a job, just submit your score. It would save both sides time.
Law of Shitty Clickthroughs
There are a few drivers for the Law of Shitty Clickthroughs, and here’s a summary of the top ones:
- Customers respond to novelty, which inevitably fades
- First-to-market never lasts
- More scale means less qualified customers
Technology adoption lifecycle :
How to fight back :
- Marketing with useful information
- Discover the next untapped marketing channel