If you find yourself doing a lot of data analysis in Excel, moving to Jupyter notebooks and python is one of the best things you can do for your career. Why bother? When I started I didn’t see the value in it either. Why bother? I was quick in Excel. I knew all the shortcuts. I was fast and code was hard. But moving from Excel to Jupyter notebooks and python has a huge number of benefits, your work becomes:

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With the mobile index coming up on us, I’ve recently had to do a fair bit of mobile auditing. Some of it can be quite a lot of work, so I’m sharing some of the processes I use to speed it up.

We will specifically be looking at auditing content and structured data.

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This post will show you to get setup with Python so you can use it in your day to day work.

Why learn Python? Sounds like an awful lot of work. Boy and it’s pretty late in the afternoon already.

That’s not this post. When I’ve written that post, I’ll come back revisit that.

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Traffic Light SEO

Traffic Light SEO

Traffic Light SEO, is a chrome extension, designed to show you a page’s indexation and meta data passively as you are browsing around the internet. You can download the extension here.

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This year before BrightonSEO, I spent a lovely day in the bottom of a dark pub with a bunch of smart people at ohgmcon (a small conference/get together run by Oliver Mason).

Tom Bennet gave a presentation about the JAM stack and his pitch for why it’s the future. I’ve been putting off making a blog for ages and this seemed like a good opportunity to create a static site.

It’s live now (as you may have noticed), so here are my thoughts on the whole thing.

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Dominic Woodman

I run teflSearch and work at Distilled. I write here and also do some conference speaking. I try to post useful things to my Github and I wrote a Chrome plugin you might find useful for SEO.

Run teflSearch, Consultant at Distilled

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