In August, Microsoft celebrated its 20th anniversary by reminding everyone what their original homepage looked like in 1994. I thought it would be fun to play, too. Remember, this is the mid-nineties, so don't judge! :-)
The head of Google's core ranking team, Amit Singhal, posted on G+ that they have introduced 890 improvements to Google Search in the last year. To celebrate, he posted his Top Ten changes in Google Search since 2004. Ten years ago, I don't think I would have thought most of these were possible. Like these two:
According to BuiltWith, as of this writing over 26,000,000 live websites use Google Analytics. It's a fantastic tool that offers us data about our websites - loads of it. All for free! (For most of us, anyway.) Which is great. But there's a problem. It needs to be analyzed, segmented, put into context, preferably with sensible visuals that we can understand. Not everyone has the time or the expertise. Luckily there are tools that that can help.