Thanks so much for joining us on the SEMrush Blog for our Halloween theme week. Halloween has been our most popular theme week so far. Thanks to the talented guest bloggers and internal writers who took a look at the spookier side of SEO and digital marketing.
SEMrush Community Manager Kathleen Burns introduces this week's theme.
Sameera Khan helps you defeat ghastly titles and descriptions, zombie influencers and more! Think fast!
Horror films can pull of a 'twist' – can you? SEMrush Community Manager Kathleen Burns illuminates five marketing lessons from horror films.
Mike Isaac describes how to scare away your competition today using SEMrush's Domain vs. Domain Tool.
Avoid the Google dungeons...er, penalties with help from Lamar Hull.
SEMrush Social Media Manager Anneliese Sparks takes a detailed look at whether SEMrush could predict the popularity of Halloween costumes as determined by Google.
UX (user experience) is extremely important when it comes to keeping your users on your site. Don't lose your website to ghosts! Keep your visitors happy with these four fixes from Raj Chander.
Get the most out of your Facebook ad spend by avoiding these six Facebook ad performance killers. Sandra Rand tells you how to survive.
Don't hide your brand behind your social media! I offer five easy ways to engage with your audience and show them who you really are.
Is your website eating its own presence? Chris Green describes how to find and fix this detrimental content using SEMrush.
SEMrush Customer Success Director David Black helps you navigate the scary awesome changes happening at SEMrush. Spoiler alert: we need beta testers!
Thanks for reading! Time to ghost.
Tara M. Clapper is Blog Editor at SEMrush and Senior Editor at The Geek Initiative, a website celebrating women in geek culture. Tara is a prolific content creator, having written thousands of blog posts, small business websites and other inbound marketing content through the course of her career. Tara enjoys blogging about SEO copywriting, content management, corporate culture, personal branding, networking and LinkedIn. She has over a decade of experience in digital publishing. Connect with her on Twitter @TaraMClapper.