Are you Considering Google Site kit for your WordPress powered content

Are you looking to improve your WordPress powered website and make it more efficient? If so, then a great option would be Google Site Kit. It is an amazing tool that allows WordPress powered content to be managed quickly and efficiently. This post will get you through some of the key benefits of using Google Site Kit on your WordPress blog or site, as well as provide insight into the installation and setup process. We’ll cover all the features available in this invaluable platform, explain why Site Kit could prove beneficial for your business, and answer any questions you may have about this powerful product from Google. Once finished reading this article, you should have a good understanding of whether or not Google’s SiteKit would work best for meeting your web development needs!


Site Kit is the official WordPress plugin from Google for insights about how people find and use your site. Site Kit is the one-stop solution to deploy, manage, and get insights from critical Google tools to make the site successful on the web. It provides authoritative, up-to-date insights from multiple Google products directly on the WordPress dashboard for easy access, all for free.

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Do you understand geolocation of IP address

Every device uses an IP address online.  That can be tracked and then shared.   Using the free and then on that click ‘More information about you’ link, select allow, and a map will appear. Even works on wi-fi.

Tech and Coffee – helps again.

default-logo_miniYesterday, I bought a USB 3.0 drive for my computer, since it has 4 3.0 ports and they’re 10 times faster I thought it was time.  Got home, plugged in the drive and it didn’t work, wasn’t detected.  After testing on another computer, where the drive worked fine, I mentioned about that this morning in the Google+ hangout for TechAndCoffee  within minutes one of the fellows found a link (shortened via  that had an update for my computer’s bios.

It worked, I now can use the 3.0 16GB USB drive as intended, thanks to Ed this morning at Tech and Coffee

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