Google’s E-E-A-T Guidelines 0 (0)

Updated post from October 16, 2019

E-E-A-T. Experience, expertise, authority and trustworthiness.

Improve Your Website’s E-E-A-T 

We’ve all been to web pages that contain low-quality content. Some can even be detrimental to us by providing false or misleading information. Worse yet, we might not realize we’re being duped. Here’s the minimum you need to know about E-E-A-T, including Top Of The List’s own checklists to determine if your site meets the guidelines.

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Tools We Love: Keep Your Passwords Organized 0 (0)

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Welcome to “Tools We Love,” Top Of The List’s new series dedicated to exploring and celebrating the digital tools that solve everyday problems. In an age where technology plays a central role in everything from work to leisure, finding the right online tools can make a world of difference. We’ll dive deep into a diverse array of online tools, uncovering hidden gems and sharing insights on how they can enhance your digital experience.

Our first installment concerns passwords.

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How Anyone Can Use ChatGPT At Work 0 (0)

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The world around us is rapidly changing. I get it, it can be overwhelming and even scary sometimes. By now, you’ve likely heard about ChatGPT. Many are using this tool daily—others only know it’s “crazy technology that I don’t want anything to do with”. But the truth is, it’s not hard to use at all. And it can make your life so much easier!

Let’s look at what exactly ChatGPT is (it’s not a robot taking over the world . . . yet), how to use it effectively, and practical ways you can use ChatGPT at work.

What is ChatGPT?

The following response was generated by ChatGPT (with some parts removed to make things simpler):

  • ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence language model developed by OpenAI
  • ChatGPT is designed to generate human-like text responses based on the input it receives
  • ChatGPT has been trained on an extensive and diverse dataset, containing a vast amount of text from books, articles, websites, and other sources.
  • This allows it to understand and mimic human language patterns, making it capable of generating coherent and contextually relevant responses to user inputs.
  • It continues to be refined and improved to offer even more accurate and contextually appropriate responses.
  • It’s essential to understand its limitations and potential biases when using it in real-world scenarios.
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Top SEO Tips for Your Blog Posts 0 (0)

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All that time thinking of a great topic, organizing your blog post, writing it (either with or without AI assistance), and finally publishing it. Then announce it to your target audience via social media and other channels.

What happens when you leave out search engine optimization (SEO)? Well, 80% of your efforts might fly out the window. 

Spend another hour or two to optimize your blog for SEO and it can make all the difference. With optimized blog content, you can expect:

  • Considerably more website traffic
  • Popularity for 6 months or more, and 
  • Rich snippets, assuming your amazing article has popular and valuable content
  • Potential for AI inclusion

We’ve seen it happen! When the blog content is right, it is surprisingly easy to add some off and on-page SEO. Blog SEO can turn your post into something much bigger than you ever imagined. Here are some blog SEO tips!

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How to Make an Image File Smaller 5 (2)

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Have you ever tried to email a picture to someone, only to find out that the attachment is too large to be sent? Free email services like Gmail or Yahoo limit the size of files sent through messages to avoid stress on the server and long waiting times.

The same principle applies to image file sizes on websites. The larger the file size of an image on a site, the longer it takes to load. Since 40% of users abandon a website that takes longer than 3 seconds to load, small image files are important when building a site.

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