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To keep up with the latest content marketing trends, marketers need to know what is being talked about in their industry. To help you stay up to date and adjust your content marketing strategy accordingly, we‘ve decided to spot top content marketing trends on Twitter. Discover the study results in this article.
Internal link building is a massively overlooked part of technical SEO that is completely within your reach and can be very fruitful if done right. To assess the scale of the problem, we’ve analyzed 150,000 random websites, with 175 million pages and 15 billion unique links in total. To help you build a crawlable and user-friendly link structure, our research includes the most common internal linking issues, with an explanation and a way of fixing them.
Local PPC is here to stay, but many advertisers still believe it is not important for them. It is widely thought that only location-bound businesses should focus on local PPC. EVEN for businesses operating completely online, tailoring their campaigns to a specific location can help optimize their advertising spends, as is proven by our new study.
Page load speed is both a very important user experience factor and a Google ranking factor. SEMrush studied 150,000 websites to find out which website performance mistakes are the most common, and which should get extra attention. Keep reading to find out what you can do to improve your website‘s performance.
In a study conducted with SEMrush, we analyzed 6.9 million featured snippets. Furthermore, we analyzed 80 million keywords. The goal was to break down featured snippet percentages by keyword group. Study shows: 1. What type of featured snippet to optimize for 2. The exact lengths your featured snippets should be 3. Insights into featured snippet hubs. Read to learn what else we discovered.
Direct website visits are usually assumed to be the result of higher SERP positions, not vice versa. And yet site visits is exactly what our study named the most important Google ranking factor among those we analyzed. Moreover, we traded correlation analysis for the Random Forest algorithm. We would like to reveal the details of our methodology and bust some popular misconceptions, so that you can safely rely on our takeaways.