Getting your site ready for mobile-first indexing – Max Grid News Feed

When we announced almost a year ago that we’re experimenting with mobile-first indexing, we said we’d update publishers about our progress, something that we’ve done the past few months through public talks in office hours on Hangouts on Air and at conferences like Pubcon. To recap, currently our crawling, indexing, and ranking systems typically look at the desktop version of […]

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Longer is Better: A 6 Step Cheat Sheet to Creating Content that Attracts 361,494 Visitors – Max Grid News Feed

We have all been there. You spend time and money creating short-and-sweet content for your targeted audience; you drink copious cups of coffee and push out all other daily noise to give it your all. When your gem is complete, you click “publish.” But your content doesn’t seem to generate any leads. Even worse, it […]

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What the Google Chrome Ad Blocker Means for Your Website Popups (Plus 8 Really Smart Targeting Tips) – Max Grid News Feed

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John Mueller Offers Surprising News Why Google Crawls Non-Existent Pages by @martinibuster – Max Grid News Feed

Google’s John Mueller offers good news for web publishers concerned about why Google crawls 404 and 410 pages. The post John Mueller Offers Surprising News Why Google Crawls Non-Existent Pages by @martinibuster appeared first on Search Engine Journal. This is a news feed, by author Roger Montti, the original post can be found here John […]

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