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Forbes.comJoshua Steimle, who covers startups and online marketing, wrote about SEMrush in "SEO: Focus On The Only Metric That Matters." Steimle addressed the changing SEO landscape and wrote, "SEO tools like SEMrush can be an invaluable resource in helping you generate profits from your SEO efforts."
Remind me: Why am I following this company’s Twitter account, exactly?If your business’ Twitter followers find themselves asking this question, it’s probably not a good omen for the quality of your social marketing campaign. If your followers can’t formulate a snappy answer, it’s probably more dire.Nobody likes to see their social media feeds clogged with pointless promotions and endless drivel.
Join us Wednesday, October 23 at 3:30pm Eastern Daylight Time (12:30pm Pacific Time) for our first SEMrush webinar!The webcast is free for any existing paid customers. Participants will get a better understanding of how SEMrush works, and how the software can be used.
Have you drunk the social signals Kool-Aid?It seems that more and more SEOs are moving away from building links...and replacing them with pins, likes, Google +‘s and tweets.I‘m the first to admit that I‘m very skeptical about social signals‘ role in SEO. I simply haven‘t seen them make any long-term difference in search engine traffic.To test my assumptions I decided to comb the web to find case studies that could help give me (and you) some guidance on this controversial subject.
Heard all the stories of sites being penalized by the Google Panda and Penguin algorithm updates? Unsure of what type of link building to undertake? Then this guide is for you!This guide is for affiliates and major businesses alike, both large and small. There’s something everyone can take from this.So, continue reading to find out how to maximize your link building, and get more traffic.
Recently, Google announced they will be changing all searches to encrypted search within the next few months. Soon there will no longer be keyword data in Analytics packages. This change has left the online marketing industry stunned and devastated, as they flounder to understand how to recover from such a massive loss of data and, consequently, insights into their consumers and target audience.Regardless of Google’s intention, this change is irrevocable.
I have been online a long time, and in that time, I’ve seen tons of change — in SEO and on the Web, in general. But over the past few years, the changes are pointing us in new directions that nobody could have predicted, even seven years ago.Social media has become not just an adjunct to, but an integral part of any SEO plan. Participation in certain areas has become important, IF you want to rank with the Big Dog. Which, today, is Google.
Hello, and Happy Friday from SEMrush!We've been getting a lot of calls and questions regarding the new Google updates, and how they affect keyword research. Our Tech Support Specialist Maggie has addressed these concerns today in the "News" section. To read the post, continue reading after the jump.
I was watching “The Lord of the Rings” on TV the other day and thought to myself, “We (the search community) could use that, one ring that would unite us all.”We could use a single approach that binds together a search community that is victimized by the fear, uncertainty and doubt perpetrated by the search engines with a UX community that fears technology more than bad color combinations.
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