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I'm in Love with a Tool: SEMrush Video Changelog, 01/22/2016

David Black
I'm in Love with a Tool: SEMrush Video Changelog, 01/22/2016

Brace yourselves folks! The storm of the century is about to hit and I'm not talking about all the snow we're about to get here in Philadelphia, I'm talking SEMrush's New E-Mail Analytics Tool. Check it out in this weeks video changelog.

Changelog [text version]

  • E-mail Analytics Tool Now in Open Beta: It's been a long time in the making but our Competitive Email Marketing Analytics Database is now open to the public. With this new tool, you can see exactly how your competitors craft their Email Marketing campaigns, the size of the campaign and how much goes to spam vs. inbox. It's pretty incredible.
  •  New HTML size Check in Site Audit: In order to activate this check, you'll probably need to re-run your audit but when you do, look under the issues tab for the new HTML size check. If any of your HTML files peak over 4mb, you may want to consider condensing them for better crawalability and performance.
  • Position Tracking Enhancements: In the Competitors Discovery tab of the Position Tracking Tool, you'll find a new "Depth" filter to the top-left. This drills the report down to competitors within your desired position range and modifies tables like Competitors and Winners & Losers to reflect the change in depth. Finally, we've added a button in the Rankings and Overview tabs just to the top-left of the main table that makes the purchasing of more keywords for your projects much easier

Let us know how we're doing — You can reach our Technical Support team Monday through Friday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. EST by phone at 855-814-4510 within the United States and, for our international users, 408-844-4633 from 4 a.m.-12 p.m. GMT. We're also available by email at [email protected] during both of those business hours and on Twitter using the hashtag #SEMrushCare.

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