Publications from the former SEMrush blog. Beware: some info may be outdated!
First and foremost, let me state on the record that SEMrush is not paying me to write this. As a contributor to their amazing and informative blog and active user of the product for over a year now, I’ve become an advocate.Here’s my story about how I’ve helped create a smarter sales team at my company by empowering them with [digital] knowledge and understanding.
An extremely huge thank you to everyone we had the pleasure of speaking with at both Pubcon and Shop.org. It‘s great to meet so many diehard users and SEMrush enthusiasts. You are what makes it all worth it and Customer Success Manager, Ryan West, absolutely killed it at this years Pubcon. I‘m so proud of him! Watch this weeks video changelog for a look at our latest updates and keep reading for more on SEMrush Health stats.
A community manager spends a lot of time saying “thank you.” Talking to a customer about a support issue? We’re thanking them for their understanding while we resolve the problem. Someone tweeted a blog post? We’re thanking them for the share. Someone shouts from the rooftops how much they love our company? We’re handling that, too.We need to make sure our community members know they’re valued. So yes, that means a lot of time expressing gratitude.
We‘re certainly changing the game this week with a massive update to the size of our keyword and SERP analytics database. I didn‘t think I‘d ever see the day when we‘d double our keyword database, let alone collecting results all the way back to the 100th position! A lot of great stuff happening this week. So, take a look at video changelog and then read more about software health and upcoming events with appearances from the Customer Success team.
After two quiet weeks, SEMrush public deploys are back! In this weeks installment of “I‘m in Love with a Tool,“ I‘ll show off our new Sitewide Links filters, new PDF reports for Position Tracking and some enhancements to our Video Advertising section. I‘ll also talk about upcoming Position Tracking maintenance this weekend as well as how the changing landscape of Google SERPs is affecting our Position Tracker.
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There comes a time when every business owner realizes they should hire a social media manager. At first, you might think you can do it yourself. And sure, that’s a great way to save money if you have the time and knowledge. But soon, you may start to fall behind because you have a business to run!5 Signs You Need to Hire a Social Media Manager You miss messages.