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  • 10 Practices for Wix SEO
    If you’ve ever built a website, or you’re looking for a suitable website builder, you’ve no doubt heard of Wix. It’s renowned for its easy-to-use interface, its suitability for beginners, and it gets good reviews for its flexibility, professional-looking templates, and support.  On the downside, Wix SEO limitations often come in for criticism, but that […]
  • 5 Key Graphic Design Elements for Paid Campaigns
    Think about the number of ads you see in an average day. Can you remember them all? Don’t worry if the answer’s no. After all, the average person sees up to 10,000 ads per day across the internet! Let me ask you an easier question. Think about the last marketing campaign you can remember. The […]
  • A Brief Guide to Blazor for HTTP and C# Applications
    Behind every great website or application is a lot of coding. When that code is heavy or overly complex, it can slow down website speed and increase bounce rates. This is why a lot of marketers are excited about a new user interface from .NET called Blazor.  The name is a combination of “browser” and […]
  • 3 Effective Retargeting Strategies That Actually Work (With Examples)
    Retargeting is one of the best ways to close sales that didn’t happen. On top of that, retargeting efforts are pretty cheap compared to most types of advertising. How do you do it? What retargeting efforts do you need to try? Here are three examples of retargeting that actually work, how to copy them, and what […]
  • Best POS Systems
    Getting paid is great. Paying fees to accept money? Not so much. For small business owners who need to make the most of every transaction, it’s important to find the right point-of-sale (POS) system. You don’t want feel cheated out of revenue every time someone pays with a card. Today, there are tons of options […]

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  • Introducing: The Content Marketing Hub 2.0, A Free Library of Content Marketing Resources for 2021
    I’m super excited to announce the completely updated Content Marketing Hub. We launched the first version of Content Marketing Hub last year. Since then, we’ve made hundreds of edits, additions, improvements and updates. This new resource 30+ covers pretty much everything you need to know about content marketing all in one place… including content promotion, […]
  • We Analyzed 3.6 Billion Articles. Here’s What We Learned About Evergreen Content
    We analyzed 3.6 billion articles to better understand evergreen content. Specifically, we looked at a number of different factors (including content formats and promotional channels) that may lead to a higher chance of publishing evergreen content. With the help of our data partner BuzzSumo, we learned a lot about why certain content continues to get […]
  • How to Promote Your Blog: 21 NEW Strategies
    In today’s post, I’m going to show you exactly how to promote your blog. In fact: These are the same strategies that I used to grow my blog to 553,682 monthly visitors: Let’s dive right in. 1. Guest Post Bonuses 2. Publish Data-Driven Content 3. Update and Upgrade Old Content 4. LinkedIn Syndication 5. Facebook […]
  • Email Marketing: The Definitive Guide
    The post Email Marketing: The Definitive Guide appeared first on Backlinko.
  • We Analyzed 208K Webpages. Here’s What We Learned About Core Web Vitals and UX
    We analyzed 208,085 webpages to learn more about Core Web Vitals. First, we established benchmarks for Cumulative Layout Shift, First Input Delay, and Largest Contentful Paint. Then, we looked into the correlation between Core Web Vitals and user experience metrics (like bounce rate). Thanks to data provided by WebCEO, we were able to uncover some […]

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  • Daily Search Forum Recap: September 24, 2021
    Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web. Google Ads changed its keyword matching again...
  • Google Search Update 9/16, Google Search Console Bugs, Google Ads Keyword Matching & More
    This weekend we had yet another Google search ranking algorithm update that went unconfirmed. Google Search Console had some major bugs and stability issues but it all caught up now. Google said do not remove old news articles from your site for SEO reasons...
  • Google Ads Phrase & Broad Match Keyword Preferability & BERT
    There is a ton to pack into Google Ads announcement that they named "matching the most relevant keyword to every search." There is a change to both phrase and broad match keywords when they match are handled, what happens when they are not identical and how Google uses BERT to better match keywords to queries.
  • Microsoft Advertising New Search Ad Attributes For Marketing With Purpose
    Microsoft launched 32 new business attributes you can add to your search ads on Bing. These attributes are called Marketing with Purpose Business Attributes and are in the categories of inclusion, environmental, community/social responsibility and accessibility.
  • Confirmed Google Ads Outage Causing Billing Confusion
    Google confirmed there was an "account outage issue" that resulted in some ads to stop serving for a period of time in the afternoon of September 22nd. This caused a bunch of advertisers to be confused when they reviewed their stats and billing reports.