I’ve Joined Bluehost I am very excited to share that I’m starting a new role with Bluehost! I’m truly excited to join the small team of sponsored WordPress experts to actively contribute to the open-source project. My responsibilities entail working on internal initiatives helping customers succeed in their efforts and contributing to WordPress core. I’ll […]
I’ve set aside some time to take some online courses at FrontendMasters to deepen my understanding of various engineering principles as a personal continuing education goal. While taking courses I focus by taking notes, and figured I may as well share them with the world, so welcome to the Learning Series! The first course is […]
Earlier this year I was able to use my some personal reinvestment time at work to study up on react. I took an online training course (Wes Bos anyone?) I enjoyed the time to focus on learning the material presented. I am also aware that unless I use the information to build something on my […]
At 10up we had an internal blog series entitled A Day in The Life to help us get to know each other better and share a bit about how we work on a day to day. I wanted to share mine here as well! It seems a day in my life is similar to many […]
As I updated a WordPress site today (the new 5.0 version just shipped) I was proud to see my name in the list of core contributors! I’m listed as a core contributor in versions 4.9 as well as 5.0! I didn’t get around to sharing the news last year, but seeing my name in the credits […]
I’m happy to be contributing to the WordPress community as a speaker at WordCamp Atlanta 2018. I submitted a few topics and have been selected to speak about development process for teams. Here’s the short description: Overview of some processes used at an agency level. Version control, code standards, database migrations, environment aware config files […]
3 thoughts on “Google Index Status new to Webmaster Tools!”
Looks almost there. Tracking indexation is an essential, tedious, part of site launch SEO. The ideal tool would show a dashboard with stats like "632 pages getting a 404 because you forgot the 301 redirect dummy" and "1,240 pages being indexed both with www and without www because you forgot the mod rewrite moron", etc. Why doesn't google just go ahead and diagnose. It would be easy to mechanize.
Ha, yes, and why doesn't Google outright insult us as it does it. =)
Yes, carefully crafted insults would add to the festive nature of digital marketing!
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