Introducing the Moz API for Google Sheets

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Posted by DaveSottimano We’ve officially released the Moz API for Google Sheets and want to take you on a quick feature tour. This Google Sheets add-on allows users to gather Moz URL metrics easily without using code directly in a Google Sheet and provides a few extra functions to help you manipulate data. In the past, if you wanted link metrics for hundreds of URLs, you either had to enter them manually one at a time, or you needed technical expertise to use the LinkScape API. So, I built this free Google Sheets add-on, and now you can pull link metrics for those URLs in seconds, no coding required. Here are a few use cases for the Moz API for Sheets add-on: Get Moz Spam Score in metric to assist toxic link analysis (paid plan required). Get domain authority and page authority in bulk to help you assess the quality …

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IRS second stimulus check: Here’s the latest update and why you shouldn’t expect one anytime soon

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Americans tend to support direct payments during the coronavirus pandemic, but a second IRS stimulus check is not coming anytime soon. Few issues in America enjoy bipartisan support these days. That was true before the coronavirus pandemic, and despite the common platitude that “we’re all in this together,” Americans remain as divided as ever along political lines in the COVID-19 era. Read Full Story

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COVID-19 second wave? Here’s what to know as states brace for rising case counts

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More than three months into the pandemic, coronavirus cases are still rising in many states. Now there’s more bad news from China. As the coronavirus pandemic enters its fourth month, any hopes that we’d see a nationwide dip in cases during the summer months are quickly dissipating. June is already halfway over, and a return to normal feels as far off as ever. You’ll be hearing a lot about a “second wave” of COVID-19 this week. Here are a few things to know: Read Full Story

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How People Use Google Search (New User Behavior Study)

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We analyzed 1,801 Google user behavior sessions to better understand how people interact with modern Google SERPs. Specifically, we investigated: How many people click on ads vs organic results Percentage of clicks go to local, video and Google Shopping Average search session length Number of users that make it to the bottom of the first page Lots more And now it’s time to share what we discovered. Here Are Our Some of Our Key Findings: 1. Google searchers use one of Google’s autocomplete suggestions 23% of the time. People that search for informational and local searches tended to click on an autocomplete suggestion more often than those searching with commercial queries. 2. 50% of Google users click on their result within 9 seconds of searching. And the average amount of time it takes a Google searcher to click on something is 14.6 seconds. 3. Only 9% of Google searchers make …

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