It has been an eventful two weeks; BERT is one everyone‘s mind and the talk of the search community (we have more info on that below). Plus, there several important updates regarding Google Ads and there is tool news all marketers need to see. Also, the days of Flash are officially coming to an end (we know, you already thought Flash was dead, but it is “official“ now).
Learn How Type A Media deals with KPI structures with clients. Their strategy can help you show businesses and clients what really matters and how to get the results they need. Ross breaks down Conversational, Informational, and Transactional KPIs and what you need to know about each of them; check it out.
Google Display Network has the power to help you reach 90% of the global internet right where your target customer browses. Advertisers in the business and industrial sector can leverage these best practices on target demographics, topic areas, devices, and display sites to secure the greatest returns for their ads in 2019.
Have you ever wished for a platform that could generate evergreen traffic to your blog, even years after your content marketing efforts? (hint - it is not Facebook or Twitter) Well, look no further because Quora is here! It is an effective and mostly overlooked content marketing tool that, when done right, generates long-lasting results.
There are loads of tools out there to help you track site performance. Google Search Console is one of the best. It can help site owners and webmasters on a variety of levels from monitoring changes in overall site visitors over time to pinpointing a specific issue that’s caused a decrease in traffic to a post. Find out how to use it in this article.
You can plan well and use your time efficiently, and still not get the results you need or want. Experimentation is often necessary to find strategies that will work and meet your goals. So we asked our community and guest Mike Allton during SEMrushchat about testing, factors to consider, bad results, steps for running an experiment, and data to consider for ideation.
The challenge of keeping up with the latest E-Commerce innovations can be difficult. However, the opportunities available via the relatively new introduction of Google Comparison Shopping Services (CSS) are key knowledge for anyone marketing an E-Commerce business. Learn how Google CSS shortens the customer journey, removes any brand disparity, and can deliver more sales for less budget.
During Content Marketing World 2019, we took the chance to collaborate with Andy Crestodina to host interviews with successful content marketing practitioners on their mistakes and inspirations. Dive in to learn insights from Joe Pulizzi, Val Geisler, John Hall, Ian Cleary, Megan Golden, and other experts.