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SEMrush is Everywhere! Check Us Out on These Great Industry Blogs!

Emily Murphy

With his upcoming speaking gigs this Fall, SEMrush’s Sean Malseed has been busy writing some related articles in preparation for the events. He offers some great tips and tricks on how to make your PPC/SEO campaigns better, easier, and more successful – all by utilizing the help of SEMrush!

Check out the following articles that have been published on various blogs this past month for valuable information on using SEMrush for your benefit.

Identifying Your eCommerce PPC Competitors – Pubcon Speakers Blog


Sean shares how to determine who your competitors are in the eCommerce landscape. There are many small businesses out there that feel as though competing with Amazon or eBay is appropriate for their campaigns, when clearly, there is no way that a small business is ever going to beat out these multi-billion dollar giants. This article goes into detail about how you can better identify your PPC competitors and the SEMrush tools that will make this an easy and enlightening process.

Identify Your PPC Landscape with Competitor Research – Powered by Search Blog


In this article, Sean teaches you about your semantic location, finding your competitors, how to select the right keywords, and how to bring these things together to create the perfect PPC campaign for your business. He also shares some tools, such as SimilarSites, and, of course, SEMrush features that will help you reach your PPC goals.

Three Blatantly Obvious Link-Building Opportunities for Retailers – Page One Power Blog

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This blog is all about how online retailers can easily build links back to their site for SEO purposes, which will get them the exposure and traffic that they are looking for. These tactics might seem a little obvious to some, but for many online retailers, these are the opportunities that they are missing, costing them potential revenue.

Emily Murphy

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