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Jan-Willem Bobbink
Cycling, Physics & Search engine lunatic - SEO with a focus on performance. Crossing continents by bike. 2018
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Bill Slawski 16h
Does Google Use Latent Semantic Indexing?
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 19
But there is no option for an evening only ticket...
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 18
Replying to @n3 @CyrusShepard
30K in dogecoins, links or what? :)
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 18
They do great stuff over there in Amsterdam
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 18
Close the polls David!
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 18
Maybe I need to get a ticket after all :)
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 18
We currently have a bit of storm in the Netherlands but that is nothing compared to what this guys survived: How to Survive 75 Hours Alone in the Ocean
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 18
Haha, vandaag dus even wat KOMmetjes pakken in de omgeving? :)
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 17
Ok, forget what I asked and continue happy programming 😂
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 17
I don't care about pagespeed score but actual performance. Any data on time to first paint and first interactive. Lowering bounce rates and increasing time on site / pages per visit etc.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 17
I've done it for one site, works fast! How much was the improvement for your blog?
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 17
Replying to @spandelles
It's a funny thought, because the main rule of all races is that you need to obey local laws. But on the end everyone is wild sleeping (wouldn't call it camping :)) during all races.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 17
Replying to @spandelles
Isn't it a law in every country? I've never heard anyone getting fines for it. Just a warning, and besides that: we maybe sleep between 2 and 6 am, no cops will bother to be on the road
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 16
Replying to @davelorrez
Nee, t is gewoon niks. Zoals ze in NL zeggen: blij gemaakt met een dode mus :)
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Kevin_Indig Jan 16
A guide to measuring page speed correctly. Very insightful! "Leveraging the Performance Metrics that Most Affect User Experience"
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 16
And to add to that, I've seen contradicting signals where different methods were use. XML versus Http headers giving different directives
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 16
Replying to @DeepCrawl @JohnMu and 4 others
Sure, picking one method that works most effective for a specific website. Don't mix things up since it will make monitoring, analysis and fixing difficult.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 15
Replying to @hetiskoers
Met de Transcontinental racen we er ook weer overheen! Blijft gaaf!
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 15
Maybe can shave a few VMs of by doing CP3, CP2 then to CP1 and via flat Italy and along the coast to CP4
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Jan 15
"a lot of people don’t know that rel canonical is a hint and not a directive"
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