Since the Henry Ruggs has missed the last two games for the Las Vegas Raiders due to injury, the offense hasn’t looked as dynamic. He finally made his return against the Kansas City Chiefs and it didn’t take long for him to make his impact known. One the Raiders’ first drive, he caught a wild 46-yard bomb from Derek Carr.
Henry Ruggs III with an absurd highlight-reel catch 😳
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) October 11, 2020
Everybody talks about Ruggs’ speed but he’s also got some great hands. The Raiders have needed a consistent number one wide receiver and Ruggs will be that guy if he can keep making circus catches. He’s already proving to be a dynamic playmaker for the silver and black.
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Internet Goes Wild Over Catch
Due to his injury, Ruggs hasn’t had much of a chance to make big plays yet. He’s been outshined by the other wide receivers in the 2020 draft class. However, he made it very clear to the world that he’s just as good as those other guys. The internet was stunned by Ruggs’ crazy catch.
— Las Vegas Raiders (@Raiders) October 11, 2020
and they said Henry Ruggs could only run fast 🧐
— PFF (@PFF) October 11, 2020
Ruggs just Mossed the defender 😲pic.twitter.com/tZK32AGZbI
— Raiders on NBCS (@NBCSRaiders) October 11, 2020
Holy shit what a catch by Ruggs 😳
— Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) October 11, 2020
Oh my god Ruggs
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) October 11, 2020
Derek Carr Happy to Have Ruggs Back
There’s probably nobody
Those steps follow the bitcoin price, up some 40% so far this year and hovering at a little over $10,000 per bitcoin, finding support through a roller coaster 2020 as a potential hedge against a wave of inflation that some see on the horizon.
Now, after it was announced last month a 20-year Goldman Sachs veteran will be joining merchant bank Galaxy Digital in early 2021, the firm’s founder and chief executive, Michael Novogratz, has warned Goldman will soon be scrambling to catch up with its head start in bitcoin and crypto.
“Goldman Sachs is going to have to get into crypto themselves,” Novogratz said, speaking over the phone, adding Galaxy Digital has “an advantage” in understanding decentralized finance and crypto but Goldman Sachs has “a ton of talent” that it will use to catch up within the next “three of four years.”
Last month, Galaxy announced Goldman Sachs partner Damien Vanderwilt will be joining the firm early next year as co-president and head of global markets, tasked with closing the shrinking gap between Wall Street, bitcoin and crypto.
“I see a relatively steady drive into the space now,” Novogratz said, pointing to a flow of Goldman and Wall Street executives into the bitcoin and cryptocurrency industry over the last year. “The macro backdrop at the moment is making the
As an SEO professional, it’s your goal – and responsibility – to ensure that you can do what’s necessary to keep things running smoothly and stay up-to-date with your website’s content.
On September 23, I moderated a sponsored Search Engine Journal webinar presented by Steven van Vessum, VP of Community at ContentKing.
He shared how to finally take a proactive stance in your SEO processes as you catch (and resolve!) problems before they impact your rankings.
Here’s a recap of the presentation.
Search engines never sleep. They are continuously crawling your site to update their indexes.
SEO mistakes can happen anytime. You need to fix them before they impact your rankings and bottom line.
About 80% of SEO issues go unnoticed for at least four weeks.
An average SEO issue can cost up to $75,000 in lost revenue.
But with the right tooling and processes, you can mitigate these issues.
But, What About Existing Tools?
Google Search Console and Google Analytics are every SEO professional’s go-to tools of the trade.
But they’re not enough if you want to take a proactive stance in your SEO processes.
While Google Search Console does send notifications, they are delayed and limited.
And when the alerts you’ve set up in Google Analytics are sent, your organic traffic has already taken a hit.
4 Common SEO Issues & How to Prevent Them
Let’s cover the most common SEO issues we come across, and discuss how to prevent them from happening.
1. Client or Colleague Gone Rogue
You don’t really see this one coming.
Quite a few SEO professionals might have experienced any of the following scenarios from a client or colleague:
- “The CMS was telling us to update it, so we did – including the theme and all of its plugins.” (And they did it