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Across our marketing articles you'll find a range of guides, strategy tips and analysis from some of the biggest names in SEO to build your knowledge and create winning campaigns.

This month I’ve been booking a lot of outdoor advertising for a client using Blueline Media’s huge inventory, which was a marketing area totally new to me. I was surprised how many businesses pay for offline ads without using any form of tracking, so I decided to write this post.The challenge of tracking offline marketing campaigns and the impact on digital results is one that continues to grow.
There were many hot topics in SEO in 2014.We worked hard to create a list of the best SEO blog posts that caught our attention during the year. There was a lot of good content out there, but we did our best to stick to the top pieces we came across in the last twelve months.Here is our ultimate list of the top digital marketing blog posts for 2014.
In the past three years, we have seen the rise and rise of conversion rate optimization. Popular blogs such as Unbounce and Conversion XL explain every nuance of how testing various elements on websites and landing pages help improve CTRs, page views and conversions. Tools like Optimizely or Visual Website Optimizer have helped make A/B tests, multivariate tests and usability tests become part of a digital marketer’s everyday life.
The world of email marketing revolves around the delivery of content and the value that the brand is able to provide to its existing subscribers.

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