In last week‘s SEMrushchat, we discussed how often to perform technical SEO audits, common SEO mistakes, how to avoid mistakes, which technical errors to fix first, duplicate content problems, and best practices for title tags and meta descriptions. Our chat guests were experts Joe Hall and Joe Williams.
There are plenty of things to consider in any digital marketing agency. To save money, time and energy, you need the right software. In the post, you will find a list of tools for lead generation, reporting, content research and more. Agencies that took part in our survey mentioned these tools among their favorite productivity software, which helps them stay on track and thrive.
In this Google News Digest. we are going to break down the latest news for Google Search, Google Ads, and Google Tools that have taken place in the last two weeks. Key updates include the release of SEO guidelines for AMP stories, changes to the performance requirements for the Google Partner Program, and Google’s removal of 600 apps as part of its ongoing ad fraud initiative.
LinkedIn company pages were created with the intention of providing your business with a point of direct contact with your target audience, as well as the chance to make new connections, employees, and ultimately, new customers in most company’s cases. Find out how to create your own business page, promote your business, and engage with your audience.
Want to go to marketing conferences, but not sure how to choose, how to prep, and what to do when you get there? We have covered five key questions you may have about marketing conferences in this week’s chat, and we were lucky to have three very special guests to answer them, as well as our insightful community.
Google has kept marketers on their toes this year with big news like the January 2020 core update, the favicon and black ad label release on desktop, and the featured snippet update. This week, we don‘t have any verified algorithm news, but we have noticed some significant volatility in the SERPs this week via Sensor.