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Apr
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Microsoft Edge is becoming the browser you didn’t know you needed

Edge's "Inspirational" page layout—which basically just means "slap a pretty wallpaper on it"—isn't our favorite for day-to-day use. Makes for a nice screenshot, though.
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Jim Salter

It’s no secret that we’ve been enthusiastic about Microsoft’s new, Chromium-based Edge browser for a while now. But that enthusiasm has mostly been limited to “a default Windows browser that doesn’t suck,” rather than being for any particularly compelling set of features the new Edge brings to the browser ecosystem.

In a folksy announcement this week, Microsoft politely declared its determination to step up our expectations from “doesn’t suck” to somewhere on the level of “oh, wow.” Microsoft Corporate VP Liat Ben-Zur spent plenty of time enthusing about the way the new features are, apparently, already changing her life.

Unfortunately, despite her use of the present tense, most of them aren’t yet available—even on the Canary build on the Edge Insider channel.

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Apr
3

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The IIS Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit helps Web developers, hosting providers, and Web server administrators to improve their Web site’s relevance in search results by recommending how to make the site content more search engine-friendly. The IIS SEO Toolkit includes the Site Analysis module, the Robots Exclusion module, and the Sitemaps and Site Indexes module, which let you perform detailed analysis and offer recommendations and editing tools for managing your Robots and Sitemaps files.

Improve the volume and quality of traffic to your Web site from search engines

The Site Analysis module allows users to analyze local and external Web sites with the purpose of optimizing the site’s content, structure, and URLs for search engine crawlers. In addition, the Site Analysis module can be used to discover common problems in the site content that negatively affects the site

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Apr
2

Microsoft Excel for SEOs | distilled

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Excel for SEO is a guide we wrote up to help SEO professionals get meaningful information from mountains of data.

This guide was originally written to be read from start to finish, as some examples are worked on through different lessons. That said, you should be able to jump ahead if you feel like you’ve got the basics down.

Please report any errors or confusing stuff to one of the Twitter accounts on the right and we’ll be sure to fix it right up.

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Introduction

SEOs have been getting into our industry from all sorts of past careers — web designers, developers, marketers, business people and those that “just

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Apr
2

Web App Service | Microsoft Azure

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Get your web apps into users’ hands faster using .NET, Java, Node.js, PHP, and Python on Windows or .NET Core, Node.js, PHP or Ruby on Linux. Use a fully-managed platform to perform OS patching, capacity provisioning, servers, and load balancing. Configure from CLI or the Azure portal, or use prebuilt templates to achieve one-click deployment.

Increase developer productivity

Start fast and finish faster with source code integration from GitHub, live debugging, and one-click publish directly from Microsoft Visual Studio IDE. Easily connect to your database of choice, and tap into

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