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 Do note, some information may now be outdated.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 constantly looking for new ways to keep our customers educated and up to date on changes to the software. Our Customer Success Content team is always looking for new and creative ways to keep our customers informed on everything that is SEMrush. With this mission in mind, we have came up with a new video series to help our customers receive a quick answer on questions users may have. Welcome to SEMrush Quick Tips!
This time, we analyzed and evaluated kreativforditas.com with the help of our chat participants. The company provides a range of services, including content creation, copywriting, and copy-critique services. During our real-time analysis, our guests pinpointed the website’s strengths and weaknesses and discussed how its owners can improve their site to make it more attractive to visitors.
One of the most powerful ways you can reach your target audience is through advertising. Putting your name out there with compelling ad copy can help you stand out amongst your competition. Also, if someone has visited your website before, you may want to find a way to reach back out to them or get their attention to get them to return.
When using SEMrush, there has most likely come a time where you have seen something that drew your eye, and in turn, caused you to draw a logical conclusion. Although we try to explain everything as best as possible to our users, some elements become lost in translation. I‘ve decided to draw up a list of common “myths” about SEMrush. Here are the top three myths most users assume about SEMrush. Let‘s see what we can debunk.
Digital marketing continues to evolve. Strategies that were effective yesterday might not be so beneficial today. In the fast-changing online environment, it’s important for marketers to learn the right techniques to succeed.An effective digital marketing strategy is essential for any online business to take advantage of its many marketing opportunities.
Guest posting is certainly NOT dead; but the link-building SEO concept behind it is. In the past, bloggers, businesses, and digital marketers abused this strategy, which led to former head of Google’s web spam team, Matt Cutts, to announce that guest blogging is done. So unless you’re into this sort of practice, Cutts encourages you to guest blog – as long as you use the opportunity to offer high-quality, informative content.
Today, our dear blog readers, I have the pleasure of sharing my interview with Heather Lloyd-Martin: CEO of seocopywriting.com, a “pioneer of SEO copywriting” (as described by Forbes), an international speaker, book author, SEO Copywriting Certification developer, one of the top women in SEO of our time and overall a lovely person who enjoys helping her clients (among whom are a number of Fortune 500 companies) boost their search positions and improve conversions.