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Curated the: December 20, 2021
A competitive landscape analysis is much more than a buzzword. Through this analysis, businesses can shape their product offerings and pricing, find their positioning and messaging, and more.
Curated the: October 25, 2021
SEO is usually synonymous with Google but Bing still has Bing has a global market share of 7%. Not only that but optimizing for Bing also means you’re optimizing for Bing-powered search engines like DuckDuckGo, Yahoo!, and Qwant.
Curated the: October 11, 2021
Conducting good market research is the only way to remain competitive. In this guide, learn what market research is, why it’s important, and how you can get started with your own exploratory research.
Curated the: July 5, 2021
“How long should a blog post be”? If you are a content marketer or you have a blog on your website, you’ve probably asked that question 1,000 times. Here’s what you need to know so you can stop wondering.
Curated the: June 21, 2021
63% of retail searches in the US start on Amazon. But what products are most users searching for? Here are the Top 100 Amazon searches in the US for last month (May 2021).
Curated the: May 31, 2021
Sitemaps are important so Google can index your website. However, they are also beneficial for you and your users. Here’s the full guide to website sitemaps and everything you need to know about them.
Curated the: March 1, 2021
The definitive guide to rich snippets. Learn everything about them as well as how to validate your structured data, how to add markup for rich snippets, and how to get them in the first place.
Curated the: February 8, 2021
Is topical link building or local link building better for local search? In January, SEMrush did some link building testing with four locations per test and a control group. Here are the results.
Curated the: January 25, 2021
If you want to create content that ranks at the top of the search engines and drives organic traffic in 2021, you need to understand how to build topical authority and demonstrate topical expertise.
Curated the: December 21, 2020
Last week, Google and its platforms went down for about an hour due to an “internal storage quota issue”, as Google noted. Consequently, the world went mad. Here’s the impact the outage had and how the digital world received it.
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