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Suraj Gadage
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Assistant Manager with 5+ yrs of Exp in Online Marketing
Assistant Manager with 5+ yrs of Exp in Online Marketing

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Specifically curated for readers like you, LunaMetrics provides choice articles covering the world of web development, marketing and analytics.

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Mary Meeker's Internet Trends Report 2016: a treasure-trove of information.

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You may be using Google Analytics, but are you using it to its full potential? Khalid Saleh lays out 7 key reports with which every marketer should be familiar:

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Erin Everhart explains how SEO and PR teams can combine forces to benefit each other and the business as a whole:

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Free #Mozinar tomorrow, April 5! +Sprout Social's Michael Patterson on "Creating a Social Media Marketing Strategy from Scratch." Sign up: http://mz.cm/20VXTfb
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#GTMTips: 10 Blogs, 10 Articles, 10 People To Follow

Here are some of my favorite Google Tag Manager resources today. The blogs, people, and articles I refer to are resources I utilize almost every single day.

It's not a definitive or thorough list, but I do hope you find them useful, and maybe you'll find some new blog / person / article that you haven't heard of or seen before!

#gde   #blogpost   #googletagmanager   #googleanalytics  

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HTTP/2 & You? I occasionally hear webmasters ask about HTTP/2 and their site + web-search. The good news is that HTTP/2 doesn't change the core concepts of HTTP, it doesn't change the URLs, and is transparently supported for users & crawlers if they ask for it. Its primary differences focus on improved performance. Your hoster could add support for HTTP/2 and you might not even notice -- who knows, maybe they support it already :). Additionally:

# HTTP/2 has no impact on SEO. Search engine crawlers (even if they don't support HTTP/2 yet, like Googlebot) will continue to work normally, you don't have to set up redirects, change links, add markup, or make any changes in Search Console.

# Most browsers only support HTTP/2 together with HTTPS. That's when users will usually see improvements. Already on HTTPS? Awesome, you're all set.

# HTTP/2 is ready for use now, and supported in lots of website server setups.

In short, from a search point of view, there's nothing to hold you back from adding support for HTTP/2! Curious about more? Check out these links:

# http://hpbn.co/http2
# https://http2.github.io/faq
# https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP/2
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This tutorial shows you how to setup a daily automated pull of Google Search Console data (formerly known as Google Webmaster Tools) using R. The example shows you how to save your Organic search data daily to get around Google’s current 90 day limit on historical data.
Take back your keyword 'not provided' data.

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Are you tired of waiting for Google to refresh Penguin? So was Dr. Pete. Here's what he did about it. http://mz.cm/1SR5FoP
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