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Welcome to yet another edition of Discovery Thursday! Here is where we will show you various reports and features within SEMrush that you may not be taking advantage of.SEMrush offers multiple reports and features that can help you, including reporting, data analysis, keyword analytics and competitive research. But did you know that you can actually find leads using SEMrush? Well, now you do! Today we will be focusing on the Ranks reports within SEMrush.
Welcome to Discovery Thursday! This is another blog series that we have begun to help users understand the new tools SEMrush has to offer along with current tools that users may not be taking advantage of. You will notice these posts come through periodically to bring the most success to our customers.Our reporting functionality is a huge part of why people use SEMrush. Users always want to know what they can show their bosses or clients to be able to show their progress.
You may already know SEMrush rocks.Most marketers have either heard of it or use it every day.But I have more to thank SEMrush for than just search results data. SEMrush was the first tool I bought when I was a broke freelancer. It‘s helped me build a successful marketing business in less than a year.I landed my first clients as a direct result of SEMrush‘s keyword data. SEMrush gives me in-depth insights about a prospect‘s website.
Thank you for joining us as we usher SEMrush into 2016. We have some great updates to go over today in this weeks Video Changelog and if this is a sign of things to come, I‘m extremely excited to see how the tool and how our Customer Success efforts evolve this year. Check out the video below!
Adding a rel=”nofollow” tag onto internal links used to be very common practice back in the ‘dark days’ of SEO where directory links, article spinning and keyword-rich anchor texts were all the rage. The nofollow tag could be used to prevent Google crawling and passing PageRank through to the pages on a site that weren’t central to SEO performance, and in turn ensuring that more valuable pages received a greater portion of the authority.
Welcome back to SEMrush's Food for Thought Friday for December 18, 2015. This week's links come to you from a galaxy far, far away, or Philadelphia, PA. Whichever sounds more exotic to you.This week's stories include: the rise of topical optimization, how content marketers can tell better stories with data, how hard is it to do conversion optimization on a platform like Steam, and how the police are using social media to find and prosecute criminals.Let's get to it!
This week in SEMrush's Food for Thought Friday, we're looking at stories about the demise of Internet Explorer and Vine, a TwitterFeed shakeup, the resurrection of Google+ and the Rise of Generation Z.Let's get to it!
A lot of great updates this week from the development teams and Product Owner for Site Audit and SEO ideas within our Projects suite. Check out the latest addition of the SEMrush Video Changelog for a closer look at these updates. 
The self-proclaimed "front page of the internet" drives headlines, traffic, and new ideas faster than any social network out there today. Savvy digital marketing agencies have turned to Reddit to promote content organically to reach those influential social news aggregators and pray that they don’t get downvoted.

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