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Google Explains How to Use Headings for SEO

Keywords in headings will not necessarily make you rank better. Headings are useful for communicating what the content is about. Heading tags are no longer ranking factors. But, heading elements remain important for communicating what a web page is about. It’s useful to look at the individual headings on a page but don’t get too dug down into details and variations. Find a way to make it easy for people and for scripts to understand the content and context of things on your pages.

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Manufacturers Begin Making Significant Adjustments to Production As automotive OEMs closed facilities and states closed non-essential businesses, significantly more manufacturers made adjustments to production/capacity in last week’s survey.
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Housing Permits Grow Faster than 12% for Third month Month-over-month housing permits grew faster than 12% for the fifth time in six months but will likely slow significantly due to COVID-19.
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January Cutting Tool Orders Second Most Since August January cutting tool orders were $196.5 million, which were down 9.8% compared with one year ago.
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Manufacturers Are Restructuring Supply Chains as They Brace to Tackle the Needs for Battling COVID-19 As businesses worldwide are forced to close due to COVID-19, manufacturers on the whole face a challenging near-term environment.  Custom processors and additive manufacturers reported relatively better conditions in March as compared to their peers in other manufacturing processes.  This may have been potentially due to their immediate ability to manufacture the goods necessary in the fight against COVID-19.
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Durable Goods Spending Growth 7.8% in February For the third month in a row, durable goods spending grew faster than 7%.
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Income Growth Slowing Ahead of COVID-19 Shock After falling below 2% in December 2019, the one month rate of growth grew 2.2% for the second consecutive month.
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