December 2017 Google Webmaster Report – Max Grid News Feed

This month, the big items are around two possible Google updates that went unconfirmed. Google did confirm they extended the snippets all the way to a max of 320 characters. Google also warned about two penalties, one over event markup and the other over AMP teasers. Google said they will stop crawling the old AJAX […]

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Rendering AJAX-crawling pages – Max Grid News Feed

The AJAX crawling scheme was introduced as a way of making JavaScript-based webpages accessible to Googlebot, and we’ve previously announced our plans to turn it down. Over time, Google engineers have significantly improved rendering of JavaScript for Googlebot. Given these advances, in the second quarter of 2018, we’ll be switching to rendering these pages on […]

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7 Trials and Tribulations Of Email Outreach – Max Grid News Feed

It’s the grand old way of getting your website noticed online, but despite its long-in-the-tooth reputation, the effectiveness of email outreach is showing no signs of slowing down – despite what some experts might have us believe. An old-fashioned email campaign can seem like the loneliest method of promotion available in the 21st Century. It’s […]

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Get Better Landing Pages for AdWords with 3 Techniques to Try Today – Max Grid News Feed

If you’re a PPC strategist, your client’s campaigns live and die by the strength of the landing pages. If you drop the perfect paid audience on a page with no offer (or an unclear one), you’ll get a 0% conversion rate no matter how your ads perform. The problem is that as AdWords account managers, […]

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