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Whatever new ways of increasing websites’ visibility come out, link building isn‘t going away anytime soon. To reveal the outreach strategies and content types that specialists from different areas of digital marketing choose to achieve their link building goals, SEMrush surveyed over 500 SEO and digital marketing professionals.
What is the first thing you do when you publish a new blog post or another kind of content? Share it on social media, right? Maybe invest in some ads to help drive traffic?Looking for more ways to drive traffic to your blog posts? Try these strategies and you may be surprised at the results you get.
Are you ready to win at Local SEO? Here is a case study on a small business, that’s in a so-called “boring industry”, that captured hundreds’ of top keyword rankings, social media shares and backlinks from college websites – and is now generating 100‘s of high-quality leads on Google every single day, organically. How did they do it? By using these 7 simple steps! This strategy has been tested on over 30 location pages.
Last week, our industry experts and chat participants conducted a real-time site analysis of CT Home comfort Showroom’s website. They broke down what they would do to improve the site and its performance using real-time analysis from SEMrush tools. This chat recap will show you different aspects you should consider when doing an analysis on your website.
Marketers aim to spread the word about their brand to a wide audience, and they often do this by trying to make their content go viral. Just like a biological virus, a viral marketing campaign spreads from one person to another, resulting in a large number of views, substantial amount of social shares and remarkable brand awareness.
With so much information coming out of the latest Pubcon in Texas and big announcements from Gary Illyes, we certainly have a lot to discuss – is Mobilegeddon just around the corner? And what about content? Apart from Pubcon, these last few weeks saw Google push its AMP agenda even further and, of course, Google’s big launch on Product Hunt with its Hangouts Chat, the biggest Slack rival for now.
We live in the information age, and what you say or do online can have a massive effect on how people perceive your business. There are some actions you should take on social media platforms, as well as some things to avoid, to make sure that you don‘t needlessly offend your audience or erode hard-won trust in your business.
Should we or shouldn’t we update our Meta Descriptions? This seems to be the question on the minds of the whole SEO industry right now. Every good SEO has good intentions for their clients. And we only want to make changes when we know that there’s going to be a measurable impact. Although there is one Google update that many are still unsure of the best way forward.