This is a tip from my talk at the last ohgmcon which allows you to roll your own private indexing service on a domain you don't care about so you can use the indexing API for any page on the internet without getting burned.
This blog post is about a spam technique whereby a page with zero authority can appear for a high volume search term by hijacking part of a brand's local snippet.
This benefits no-one.
This post is the spiritual successor to How to Fetch and Render (almost) Any Site, a blog post I did not write but wish I had.
This is a rant about the industry that has kicked around in drafts for over a year. I hope there is something positive you can glean from it.
This post is a reworking of one of the sections of my presentation at ohgmcon4 on how to misuse the Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX) as plausible leverage to improve websites for users.