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Best of the SEMrush Blog: May 2015

Phillip Brooks
Best of the SEMrush Blog: May 2015

As May draws to a close, new graduates flood the market looking to build careers in digital marketing.

SEMrush is here to help.

We strive to make SEMrush's blog a great resource for both fledgling AND veteran marketers.

Our customer success and marketing teams regularly hear stories from names in the industry that cut their teeth in SEO with our data and continue to use SEMrush every day in their current positions.

We're honored to be a part of this tradition of success. We hope to continue to deliver first-rate content to support our community of users at all career levels.

Here are the SEMrush "Best of the Blog" articles for May:

To kick off our "Crowdfunding Week" events, I spoke with Derek Brinkmann, CEO of Citadel Studios, about their successful funding campaign for the game Shards Online.

SEO Expert Nick Eubanks of SEONick.net shared his guide to building a keyword research plan.

Anastasia Sidko gave us a taste of what you can expect from speakers at the upcoming Web Marketing Festival in Rimini, Italy by polling industry experts on what skills they believe are needed to become an SEO expert.

Dallas Search Engine Academy's Beth Kahlich supported her awesome webinar with a blog post about how to migrate your site without hurting your SEO.

Ondrej Kubala isn't a paranormal investigator by trade, but the online strategist for Audienti has a plan to help you eliminate ghost referrals from your Google Analytics data.

Digital marketing consultant Shane Barker answers the question on a lot of linkbuilders' minds, "What are co-citation and co-occurrence?"

There you have it, our six most popular blog posts for the month of May, 2015.

Think you can do better? Send us a pitch! We're always looking for blog contributors.

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See you next month!

Phillip Brooks
SEMrush

SEMrush employee.

Phillip Brooks is SEMrush's Content Marketing Manager.
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