All of this represents the conclusion of a test that began all the way back in 2010, and has been tweaked over the years since then. Search Engine Land readers — particularly some outside the U.S. — notified us late last year that they were seeing the top-only ads more frequently.
Data-driven design. I love stuff like this.
My favourite time waster this week.
People are abuzz because it looks like the W3Techs survey of the web now has WordPress at 25% market share. … The big opportunity is still the 57% of websites that don’t use any identifiable CMS yet, and that’s where I think there is still a ton of growth for us (and I’m also rooting for all the other open source CMSes).
Popular products always have their share of dissenters, but I am proud to be an (extremely small) part of this particular one.
Following my previous post, I started wondering if there is a WP plugin for Google AMP. Of course there is. (via ma.tt)