Today is the day Google plans to unleash the mobile algorithm update. Google's recent announcement of this stated "Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in our search results." This release quickly became dubbed intimidating names like Mobilegeddon and Mobile-pocalypse, and is expected to have a bigger impact on search rankings than previous algorithm updates like Panda and Penguin. In a research study by Potent, they tested the top 250,000 sites as ranked by the Majestic Million and Alexa and 10,000, or 40% failed in mobile-friendliness. *cue dramatic music*

Alix Furjanic

by Alix Furjanic

Philly Tech Week is finally upon us, and Delphic Digital is stoked for all of the incredible events happening in our backyard. We put together a schedule so you'll know where you can find our friendly faces, and to add a little extra fun, the team will be competing in the #DelphieSelfie Scavenger Hunt throughout the event.

As sponsors, the crew at Delphic has been gearing up for Philly Tech Week in a big way and are super stoked to head further into the heart of the city to connect with members of the Philly tech community. From marketing events to dev talks to happy hours, Delphic will be representing in full force!

At Delphic Digital, we're all about data--tracking, analyzing, and using that data to optimize the reach of our client's Web and mobile-based businesses. And to make sure we're maximizing these efforts, we've brought on Krista Park as our Lead Analyst.

Iain McCallum

by Iain McCallum

I’m a big fan of Git. It’s been the Version Control System used for almost every project I’ve been involved with for the past few years. Confusing as it was at the start, I’ve learned to love it. But, through all those projects, I’ve always used it through some kind of aid, mainly SourceTree. Now don’t get me wrong, SourceTree is amazing - it just happens to have died on me (in a seemingly permanent manner), so now I’m faced with the command line, yikes! I know there are other tools for Git but learning to use it without an aid seems like a really good (and long overdue) thing to do. So this is a little cheat sheet for moving from SourceTree to the command line. It’s not exhaustive, but it does cover all the common commands that I used to use SourceTree for.

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