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Janet Peischel’s The Internet Marketer: Update your web presence with a one-page website | Business

Prioritize the order of your content and remove anything that’s irrelevant. The premise of a one-page website is its focus on a single topic. If you find that you need more, you may need to step up to a standard site with individual pages dedicated to each topic.

Create a hierarchy where you imagine a visitor journey through your site. Identify the overarching message that shows up above the fold. This can be your tagline if you have one. If not, maybe it’s time to create one! For every website—even a one-pager, you’ll need a dedicated area for an About

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Board of Education hears update on fine arts program, approves spending on school computers

Aside from these specific festivals and conferences, band, chorus and orchestra programs from across the district also had the opportunity to receive feedback on performances at the Large Group Performance Evaluations. Another 98 middle and high school students also represented Forsyth County at the GMEA All-State band and orchestra competitions.

Theater students in the county had the opportunity to compete at GHSA’s One Act competition, and Denmark High School’s students ended up winning the 7A state championship. Denmark students also walked away with wins at the Literary 7A State Individual/Group competitions along with students from North and South Forsyth high

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Privacy & Cybersecurity Update – April 2021 | Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

In this month’s edition of our Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, we examine the Second Circuit’s ruling allowing standing for increased risk of identity theft following a data breach, the European Commission’s recently released Draft AI Regulation, the U.S. Department of Labor’s cybersecurity guidelines for retirement plans and the Indiana Supreme Court’s ruling that a ransomware attack may be covered under a crime insurance policy.

Second Circuit Allows Data Breach Claims for Increased Risk of Identity Theft

European Commission Publishes Draft Artificial Intelligence Regulation

US Department of Labor Issues Its First Guidance on Cybersecurity Best Practices for Retirement Plans

Ransomware

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Fall 2021 Campus Planning Update from Chancellor and Provost

Circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic continue to improve in the Davis community and are expected to improve in Sacramento. Even as more people are vaccinated and rates of infection go down, we must remain vigilant with asymptomatic testing, symptom screening, mask wearing, hand washing, physical distancing, and our other Campus Ready activities. Because of these efforts and changes in public health guidance, we expect to return to full in-person activities on our Davis and Sacramento campuses for fall quarter 2021. Of course, we will continue monitoring local and regional conditions, as well as public health guidance, and will have

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Google search update: Most websites failing to meet upcoming ‘good page’ criteria

Most websites that rank in Google’s top 20 search results do not currently pass the minimum requirements for a good page experience set out in the search engine’s new Core Web Vitals update which officially rolls out in June according to new research.

The study, from Searchmetrics, found 96% of sites tested in US desktop searches and more than 90% of those in mobile searches fail to meet Google’s three Core Web Vitals thresholds for good website performance and usability and risk their rankings being negatively impacted from June.

The study analysed over 2 million web pages appearing in the

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Google Product Reviews Update Was Big, Soft 404s Causing Ranking Issues & Google Ads Auto Apply Recommendations

This week I spent a lot more time covering and updating the details around the Google product reviews update. I covered some of the early impact it had on some sites, and it was big. Google added more details about this update including that it can impact your Google Discover traffic, it will be updated but those updates won’t all be confirmed or announced, and user generated content reviews won’t rank well. Google also said that the page experience update won’t be real time, which is kind of obvious. Google seems to have a serious soft 404 bug where it

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