*This is the updated version of the study released on April 17th.* To keep up with the latest content marketing trends, marketers need to know what is being talked about in their industry. To help you stay up to date and adjust your content marketing strategy accordingly, we decided to spot the top content marketing trends on Twitter and Google search. Discover the study results in this article.
SEO or PPC, or both? Most people and businesses that are new to the industry don‘t know which marketing channels to use, which options are best, and often they believe they need SEO or PPC, not both. In last week‘s #SEMrushchat, our community and guests shared insights on the SEO vs. PPC debate, discussed keyword research for each channel, and much more. Check it out.
In September 2019, Google announced that the currently 14-year-old “nofollow” attribute is set to receive two significant new siblings: the “sponsored” attribute and the “ugc” attribute (UGC stands for “user-generated content”). So, why improve something if it’s not broken? Why two new attributes where before one was seemingly working perfectly well? Let’s get into it.
As a community or social media manager, you will be glad to have this event calendar at hand. It allows you to filter the events by month, category or even country to help you build exceptional thematic and occasion-based campaigns. Add a bit of fun to your marketing activities with the SEMrush Social Media Events Calendar 2020!
In last week‘s #SEMrushchat, the community and guest @lilachbullock discussed the reasons behind and the strategies for content repurposing. See important insights on things to do, things to avoid, factors to consider, and tools to make repurposing easier. Check them out and share your thoughts in the comments or via social.
When it comes to small businesses marketing their brand, we know 73% invest in social media marketing, with channels like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter taking the lead. But recent research shows that one in three UK adults are cutting back on social media. Find out why and how you can take care of the followers you still have, and perhaps earn more.
Comment of the WeekNormand Lemieux
Jesus, you did an interesting analysis. I am not sure I agree with your conclusion though, except for the vegan conspiracy theory of course. The fact that oreo.com organic traffic is composed only of branded searches does not mean that they did a bad...Join discussion