Google Search Console, Javascript Crawling, Location Modifiers, & More [Content Roundup]

I’ve got to do a quicker post this week unfortunately, but it’s for a good reason. I’m headed out of town to celebrate my anniversary! We’re going to Milwaukee, which is really like a smaller Chicago, but I spent a lot of my childhood running around the city and going to Brewers games (Go Brewers! As of this post we’re only 3.5 games behind. We’re going to a game this weekend and I’m hoping we can close that gap a bit). We’ll  be hopping around the lakefront and different breweries and basically just enjoying the Wisconsin of it all.

If you have suggestions on something you think I should check out while in Milwaukee, get at me on Twitter! My main concern is getting my cheese and sausage game on across the border. I don’t think we’ll have a problem that!

Anyway, here’s what I’ve been reading this week, and what I think it worthwhile for you to check out.

SEO Reading This Week

The main takeaways are:

  • Google Search Console has a lot of tools we should utilizing as SEOs
  • Use HTML and CSS for now, but search engines need to adapt to Javascript-rich websites
  • You should still care about how your keywords with location modifiers are faring in the SERPs
  • If you’re not mobile ready already, you should be ashamed to call yourself and a SEO

And I wouldn’t leave you without your fun find of the week! Find out which foods each state hates the most, because nothing brings us together than knowing the corner piece of a brownie is a bunch of BS.

See you next week for the next digital marketing and SEO roundup. As always, feel free to contact me if you have a suggestion for something that you think should be included in my roundups. I try to stay up to date as possible, but I’m sure I miss things (I’m only human)! In the meantime, enjoy “Milwaukee” by The Both…

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