Why you should not use autocomplete

23 October 2013 by Joost de Valk » - 60 Comments

Several updates to this post below! Today at Pubcon Matt Cutts of Google once again promoted the use of autocomplete-type, a new property for web forms that works in Chrome (and possibly other browsers, I haven’t checked). Google first introduced it back in January 2012 in this post. I wanted to do this quick post »

Category: Usability & Conversion

Changing the look of your Search Result Pages

22 February 2012 by Joost de Valk » - 20 Comments

I love Google, I seriously do. What I don’t like too much is them adding more and more fluff to my search result pages (or SERPs) that I really don’t want or need. Most of us know about their new Terms of Service now, right? No reason to show me that box all the bloody »

Category: WordPress

Tools To Improve Your Online Marketing Campaign

25 January 2011 by Joost de Valk » - 43 Comments


I recently gave a presentation at the partner event about tools I use every day for my online marketing campaigns and site analyses, and I thought it’d be cool to share them with you in a post as well, even though for some of you this list might be a bit basic. Google Analytics »

Category: WordPress