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Best of the SEMrush Blog for November 2015

Kathleen Burns
Best of the SEMrush Blog for November 2015

Winter is coming. The days are getting colder as the holiday season descends on us. Before you rush out for the day and get started on holiday shopping, warm up with the Best of the SEMrush Blog for November!

We had a ton of amazing content this month that it was hard not to share it all.

From Our Guest Contributors

SEMrush is always looking for contributors and collaborators. If you have SEO knowledge you want to share with our community, contact our blog editor, Tara and she'll be happy to read your pitch! You never know, you might wind up December's Best of the Blog email…

Nathan Baker’s article drips with sarcasm about how he earned 1,859 Twitter followers in only 8 years. He explains why sometimes having more Twitter followers, or email subscribers, or Facebook fans is a great goal, and why sometimes more followers is a terrible goal.

Mark Healey shares that recent trends in how audiences consume video on their mobile devices will affect how brands use video in the upcoming year. Are you ready to commit to mobile video marketing?

Do you have disappointing digital marketing campaign results? Amel Mehenaoui tells us the top five digital marketing campaign mistakes you can avoid when planning your next campaign.

Emma McHale explains why your Google Partners Certification is important to digital marketers and how they can use it to prove their skills. She also includes tips on how to pass these tests.

From the SEMrush Team

Olga Kudanova explains the powerful authority of storytelling and email analytics. Data can convince people, but it doesn’t inspire, encourage or motivate them to act. To do that, you need to share your concept through a story that excites their imagination and stirs their soul.

Reddit is a goldmine for content marketing! If you have difficulty thinking of blog topics for content creation, content curation, or want to follow digital marketing trends, Kathleen Burns provides you the basics to Reddit and popular marketing subreddits to follow.

Tara Clapper took a closer look at the statistics behind the success of Marvel and DC brands, analyzing their SEO, social media marketing, shifting audience demographics, advertising budgets and revenues for these two companies.

SEMrush Data Scientist Qi Zhao has compiled data in an infographic representing the most expensive Google AdWords. Led by legal, tech, insurance and education industries, these expensive AdWords cost as much as US $663.54!

That's it for the SEMrush Blog for November. Don't forget to sign up to our RSS feed so you won't miss another informative post from our great bloggers. See you next month!

Kathleen Burns
SEMrush

SEMrush employee.

Kathleen Burns is a former Community Manager of SEMrush.
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Amel Mehenaoui
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An experienced member who is always happy to help.

Glad to see that my article made it in the Best SEMRush Blog Guest Post for November 2015! Thank you Kathleen for the mention. It's always a honor being published on SEMRush Blog. Thanks for publishing my content on your Blog.
Kathleen Burns
SEMrush

SEMrush employee.

Amel Mehenaoui
You're welcome Amel! I'll be sure to reach out if we include any of your articles in a round up again. Thanks for submitting such great content! :)

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