Google Search Console vs Bing Webmasters tools

Google Search Console vs Bing Webmasters tools
Before I go on comparing Google Search Console and Bing's webmaster tools, I have to say that if you want your web site to be discovered in this endless sea of html or php web sites, you have to first insert the URL to a web search engine's service. My first experience was going to Google Search Console site and just input the website's URL: http://JesueRocha.com. It was simple and fast. This was like a year a go and I believe it change everything. First, this website that I am building is just a place to upload, show, and write about my skills. In short, its my portfolio. At first, googling "Jesue Rocha" showed no results about me or who I am to my future Continue reading

1 year later: Future Growth

1 year later: Future Growth
When I wanted to created this website, I asked myself why am I doing this? The first thing that pop in my head was that this could be a good opportunity to create a portfolio and just display my work and projects. So in August 2017, I created this blog and my goal was to post 3 things each month. It could be anything that I wanted to talk about, but it had to be something that I care about and something that relates to the field that I work on. Well, it turns out that I posted 1 or 2 things and sometimes I wrote stuff that does not relate to my career. The blog slowly had stuff that I had work on college. Later, I added a link to an Android app that I Continue reading

PageSpeed Insights: How to improve your website's speed

PageSpeed Insights: How to improve your website's speed
In order to speed up your web site's content, you have to use Google's PageSpeed Insights and use their recommendation to have good user experience. Today, I will talk about how I went from 69 mobile and 85 desktop score to 80/95 score. According to Google's blog, "The “Speed Update,” as we’re calling it, will only affect pages that deliver the slowest experience to users and will only affect a small percentage of queries. It applies the same standard to all pages, regardless of the technology used to build the page. The intent of the search query is still a very strong signal, so a slow page may still rank highly if it has great, relevant content." Continue reading