What could 2018 bring – 10 mobile SEO predictions to look after

What could 2018 bring – 10 mobile SEO predictions to look after

Let’s face it: desktops are no longer the most used when it comes to accessing the Internet. People are constantly on the go and rely on the mini PC in their pocket: the smartphone. It’s been a while since Google revealed that the number of searches made from mobile devices is bigger than the number of desktop searches, so this doesn’t come as a surprise. Webmasters are also aware of this, so they’re doing their best in order to deliver…

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Your mobile pages need to be fast in 2018, says the Google Speed Update

Your mobile pages need to be fast in 2018, says the Google Speed Update

We’re living in the age of speed and people want to do things as fast as possible. And they’re not alone, since Google wants pretty much the same thing, especially when it comes to your mobile browsing experience. This week, the search engine giant announced a new ranking algorithm, tailored for smartphones. To be more specific, we’re talking about mobile search. Because, in case you still don’t know this, the number of searches made on mobile devices has surpassed searches…

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Year in Review and What to Expect from 2018

Year in Review and What to Expect from 2018

2017 was the year we doubled down on Progressive Web Applications and we did that by concentrating our efforts on building more PWA themes for our WordPress Mobile Pack plugin and also launching 3 new related WordPress plugins: Progressive Web Apps, PWACommerce and WP AMP Themes. As for our flagship product, WordPress Mobile Pack, here are some 2017 numbers: 6 major releases: January, March, April, May, August and September. ~100,000 downloads v2.0 has 35,3% active installs, v3.0+ has 9,7% active installs; there’s…

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Julio Potier Talks about Web Security and Running a Company all by Yourself

Julio Potier Talks about Web Security and Running a Company all by Yourself

For our latest interview with WP developers, we have Julio Potier, the man behind SecuPress, a freemium WordPress security plugin, and an experienced Web security consultants. He is also a passionate speaker and a big Marvel fan, secretly hoping that one day he will be as cool as Deadpool or Iron Man. But enough with the intro, let’s see what Julio has to say about his work, his company, and WP plugins!

Progressive Web App for WordPress & WooCommerce with ReactJS

Progressive Web App for WordPress & WooCommerce with ReactJS

If you’ve followed the conversations in the WordPress community lately, you’ve realized that JavaScript is here to stay, either we’re talking about ReactJS, Angular/Ionic, VueJS or Polymer. In addition, if we combine it with the energy that Google is investing in advocating Progressive Web Applications, it really seems like the Web is entering a new and exciting development phase. A few months back we announced that we’re building our first e-commerce Progressive Web Application by integrating with WordPress & WooCommerce…

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