Here you will find posts and publications from the SEMrush blog archives. Do note, some information may now be outdated.
Here at SEMrush, we are always developing new features for our users and we share you our improvements at “School of Rush“. Our Customer Success team continues to pump out new updates to the SEMrush user manual and create video tutorials to keep you updated on the newest improvements to our software!
Appearing as a Google Answer in what is commonly referred to as position zero can be a great way to leapfrog your competitors to the top of the SERPs, and capture as much traffic as possible. Kevin Gibbons shared a go-to actionable plan that you can use to get started with using SEMrush to help you get your content featured on Google Answer boxes too.
We held five in-depth interviews with members of our PPC team to find out how did they increase revenue from non-branded pay-per-click campaigns by 94%. The first part of our case study is dedicated to big data analysis. This is the second chapter of our case study in which we will guide you through the best practices of our keywords strategy.
When you are analyzing data within SEMrush, you might notice some dips or spikes in traffic or the amount of keywords a domain is ranking for. The reason for these changes could be from multiple factors. However, what if you had the ability to look at this data with all the information you need in one place? What if you could mark these changes, giving you the ability to make the necessary changes to your campaigns? Now you can with the SEMrush Notes feature!
In the past nine months, SEMrush’s revenue from non-branded pay-per-click campaigns has increased by 94 percent. So we held five in-depth interviews with members of our PPC team to find out how they achieved this result. This is the first chapter of our case study in which we‘ll guide you through the best practices of big data analysis.
“Why is Monday so far away from Friday but Friday is so close to Monday?” proclaims the popular saying. Oh, go figure the reason why! This saying proves that not all days are created equally. This holds just as true for social behavior and for consumer behavior. As much as our mood is different on Monday from what it was on Friday, so is our consumer behavior.