A note on unsupported rules in robots.txt – Max Grid News Feed

Yesterday we announced that we’re open-sourcing Google’s production robots.txt parser. It was an exciting moment that paves the road for potential Search open sourcing projects in the future! Feedback is helpful, and we’re eagerly collecting questions from developers and webmasters alike. One question stood out, which we’ll address in this post:Why isn’t a code handler […]

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7 Google Analytics Reports That Show How Your Blog is Really Performing – Max Grid News Feed

When you log into Google Analytics, what do you look at? Chances are you see something like the image above that shows you how many people are currently on your blog. Well, that was easy to guess because that’s the report Google Analytics gives you once you log in. 😉 But which reports do you […]

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Four SaaS Marketing Techniques (That You Might Have Overlooked) – Max Grid News Feed

The Software as a Service (SaaS) industry is growing at a rapid rate. According to Statista, this year its value is predicted to reach around $124.53 billion worldwide. While growth is excellent news, it also means that your competition is getting stronger. SaaS companies need to keep up if they want to stand out, and […]

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Google is Bringing Search Console Data to Third-Party Content Platforms via @MattGSouthern – Max Grid News Feed

Google’s Martin Splitt revealed the company is working on ways of bringing Search Console data to third-party platforms. The post Google is Bringing Search Console Data to Third-Party Content Platforms via @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. This is a news feed, by author Matt Southern, the original post can be found here Google […]

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