There’s been a metamorphosis in Search Engine Optimization over the past few years. We’ve gone from keywords to content and from rankings to traffic, however, among all the changes, some things remain the same. You just can’t forget the basics, like how to write a good robots.txt file. Since this is such an essential element to a website, they can completely block your site from the Search Engine Results Pages of both Google and Bing if written improperly. If this doesn’t sound very appealing, you must learn how to properly format a robots.txt file in order to avoid crippling your site’s traffic.
I’m throwing it back this Thursday for #throwbackthursdays or #TBT, depending on your preference, to our recent visit to Bing Ads Connect in Chicago. Yes, I know it’s not that far of a throwback, but since it’s top of mind, I’d thought I’d share some key takeaways and highlights of the event.
Bing Improvements, Search Strategy & Resources
Slowly, but surely, it’s getting better…
Whelp, we’ve spoken and it looks like Bing has listened. So far, there have been 90-plus feature updates. While their interface and editor may not be Google Adwords worthy… They are still vastly better than before.
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