How Google’s Crawl Budget Works – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #19

How Google’s Crawl Budget Works – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #19

Issue # 19
January 17, 2017

Hey, lunch buddies. Our team had some big deliverables this past week and we met them without issue.  Anyone who works agency side has had those long nights and I’m incredibly thankful to have avoided that.

On the personal side, we had a kid-free night where they spent the night at their grandparent’s house.  My wife and I took advantage of it and went out to a nice dinner and even hit up the casino for a few hours.  While I lost, my wife won.  Overall it was a good changeup from the regular routine.  I won’t […] Read more

Google Interstitial Penalty Rolling Out Now! – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #18

Google Interstitial Penalty Rolling Out Now! – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #18

Issue # 18
January 10, 2017

Hey, lunch buddies. I hope your New Year has started out well and that your full steam ahead tackling your 2017 goals.

Last week was a relatively low key week.  Wrapped up some reviews for people on the team and started looking over all the strategies in place for clients going into 2017.

At home, things continue to be low key as well (as “low key” as having 3 kids allows).  We spent the weekend continuing to clean up post x-mas and watching football.  I have a few small projects I’m working on including writing up a few […] Read more

Does Page Speed Help SEO? – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #17

Does Page Speed Help SEO? – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #17

Issue # 17
January 3, 2017

Hey lunch buddies.  Happy New Year!  I had a great time with family and friends.  I did, however, miss my first of the year deadline for publishing the new NickLeRoy.com redesign.  The good news is that it is up now as of Monday night (2nd).  The bad news is that I had one hell of a time revamping the site and several pieces of content over the past 7 years are now missing.  All 16 of the past #SEOForLunch newsletter issues are on the site now and I’ll work on backfilling some of the key pieces […] Read more

Search Console (WMT) Data available past 90 days? – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #16

Search Console (WMT) Data available past 90 days? – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #16

Issue # 16
December 27th, 2016

Hey lunch buddies.  I hope everyone had a fantastic Christmas.  For those (like me) who are working this week I hope it’s a week of buckling down and really kicking butt to end the year on a strong note.

I’m looking forward to 2017.  I have a lot of professional and personal goals that I’m finalizing.  If you haven’t yet, consider jotting down a few goals that you can hold yourself accountable for next year.  Push yourself out of your comfort zone – you won’t regret it.

Happy new year in advance – please be safe and I’ll […] Read more

Search Console Now Includes More Data – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #15

Search Console Now Includes More Data – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #15

Issue # 15
December 20th, 2016

Hey lunch buddies.  I’m off from work this week which means doubling down on family time and getting a few other items wrapped up before the new year.   As I mentioned last week, a complete redesign for NickLeRoy.com is underway and I’m hopeful it is launched before the end of the month.

I’ll keep this message short and sweet.  Merry Christmas in advance and I hope everyone has some well-deserved time off between now and the new year.

What You Must Know
Article: Google Search Console Now Includes More Data for Property Sets
What’s important?
You can now look at your […] Read more

Schema.org & Screaming Frog Updates – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #14

Schema.org & Screaming Frog Updates – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #14

Issue # 14
December 13th, 2016

Hey lunch buddies.  The countdown to Christmas begins.  It’s hard to believe we’re a little less than two weeks till the big day.  This past weekend we went out and got our tree.  Nothing too huge this year but a 9.5 footer will do the trick.  My wife and kids have also decided to put up two fake trees downstairs in addition to the small 1 footer my 5-year-old son has in his room.  I guess you can say that the Christmas spirit is in full swing at the LeRoy house.

Work is good.  Continuing to see […] Read more

Google Testing New Card Stylings in SERPS – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #13

Google Testing New Card Stylings in SERPS – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #13

Issue # 13
December 6th, 2016

Hey lunch buddies.  This weekend was a blast.  My wife and I took our 3 kids to Disney’s on ice show over the weekend.  They had an absolute blast and it was fun to take them to a big event.  We also picked up our Christmas tree over the weekend which added to the fun.

From a work perspective things are starting to calm down from the Thanksgiving madness.  I have a consumer product goods (CPG) client who hit their first ever 1.5 Million organic visit day prior to Thanksgiving.  We were all thankful for that this […] Read more

HTTPS Migration Checklists are a Must! #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #12

HTTPS Migration Checklists are a Must! #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #12

Issue # 12
November 29th, 2016

Hey lunch buddies.   Happy belated Thanksgiving to my U.S. subscribers.  I hope you had a restful day full of turkey, potatoes and of course football.

Everything above sums up my Thanksgiving.  Besides the Vikings losing, it was a great day.  It’s hard for me to complain when I have a day off of work and uninterrupted time with my wife, kids and other family.

The short week before Thanksgiving was crazy.  In fact, my apologies for not sending out a #SEOForLunch newsletter issue last week.  I was at the office with a colleague until 9pm finishing up […] Read more

What You Should Know About Mobile First Indexing– #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #11

What You Should Know About Mobile First Indexing– #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #11

Issue # 11
November 15th, 2016

Hey lunch buddies.  I hope everyone is having a great start to their week.  Last week was full of catching up after a few days in Boston.  I was fortunate enough to have limited meetings which made catching up relatively easy.  This week looks like a great opportunity for getting ahead on deliverables.

On a personal front, the weekend was good (minus the Vikings losing AGAIN).  I was able to catchup on some housework and get some much needed car maintenance done prior to our nasty Minnesota winters.

Just a reminder that I respond to all emails. I’ve […] Read more

Removing Listings From Google w/ DMCA – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #10

Removing Listings From Google w/ DMCA – #SEOForLunch Newsletter Issue #10

Issue # 10
November 8th, 2016

Hey lunch buddies.  I’m back from Boston.  It was a quick trip but a great mini get-away.  We saw quite a few attractions and the food was simply amazing.  Definitely recommend going if you’ve never been.

While on the plane home I wrapped up Dale Carnagie’s How to win friends and influence people in the digital age. I really enjoyed the book and found it valuable from both a business and personal perspective.  I wrote up a quick review for those looking for books to add to their reading list.

What You Must Know

Article: DMCA Guide to Removing […] Read more