Submit post
Go to Blog

ICYMI: Content Marketing Metrics, SEMrush API & Local SEO Audit

Kathleen Garvin

Last week we featured articles on why there is no "perfect" content marketing metric, how one man used SEMrush API to create a keyword tool and how to do a basic local SEO audit — in 30 minutes or less.

Miss any of these stories? Keep reading.

There Is No Perfect Content Marketing Metric — Here’s Why

Kelsey Meyer of Influence & Co. explains why there is no "perfect" content marketing metric. Measure the right goals to unlock its true potential.

[Video] How Much is a Top Google Ranking Worth to a Business?

Danny Richman used SEMrush API to design a free tool to help professionals gauge an approximate valuation for a given keyword on the top 10 SERP positions.

How to Do a Basic Local SEO Audit in 30 Minutes or Less

Darren Shaw, President and Founder of Whitespark, shares his detailed 7-step local SEO audit checklist.

Upcoming Webinars

How to Win with Competitive Intelligence

Steve Rayson will join SEMrush on February 24 for a free webinar, “How to Win with Competitive Intelligence.” All webinar attendees will receive 30% off BuzzSumo Pro for 3 months.

Data Mining with SEMrush — Unlocking SEMrush for the Serious SEO’er

Nick Garner will join SEMrush on February 26 for a free webinar, “Data Mining with SEMrush — Unlocking SEMrush for the Serious SEO’er.”

Kathleen Garvin is an online editor and analytics wrangler for The Penny Hoarder, the largest personal finance blog. She's also a contributing writer for I Want Her Job and started a beginner-friendly digital marketing blog, The Maroon House. Kathleen is the former blog editor at SEMrush.
Share this post
or

Comments

2000 symbols remain

Send feedback

Your feedback must contain at least 3 words (10 characters).

We will only use this email to respond to you on your feedback. Privacy Policy

Thank you for your feedback!

Community Ranking System

Our SEMrush community rank reflects the level of your professional recognition in our community. We value quality contributions, so highly ranked members will get valuable incentives. Take part in discussions, write posts and speak on webinars, be friendly and helpful, and you will eventually get to the top of the ladder.

  • Newcomer
    Either just recently joined or is too shy to say something.
  • Enthusiast
    Occasionally takes part in conversations.
  • Helper
    An experienced member who is always happy to help.
  • Master
    A veteran community member.
  • Pro
    Asks great questions and provides brilliant answers.
  • Expert
    Provides valuable insights and adds depth to the conversation.
  • Guru
    A bearer of digital marketing wisdom.
  • Superstar
    Knows everything… well, almost.
  • Legend
    Getting here is not easy at all!