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  • Fighting for a search term is only okay if the fight is fair. In this lesson, you'll learn what tools you can use to help you analyze your authority and weight over your competition.

  • We're familiar with the phrase, "put pen to paper," but when it comes to SEO it's all about where to put keyphrases on your site. In this lesson, we'll review the best places for you to incorporate keyphrases to help you create relevant webpages.

  • In this final lesson, you'll learn how to track your links and domain authority, including tools you can use, so that your site is credible in the eyes of the almighty Google. We'll also look at how often the traffic from your links results in a lead.

  • We're not going to get all techie, but we do need to understand the implications of some non-techie, technical factors. In this lesson, we'll review these factors are and eliminate any issues that might impact your ranking.

  • There's more than meets the eye when it comes to links. In this lesson, we'll learn about the different types of links (natural vs. unnatural) and what your links must have to ensure they're good to go.

  • Would you like to gain a competitive advantage by reaching a larger audience every time you hit the publish button? Then this is the Master Class for you.

  • Software as a service is becoming essential in both our work and our social lives. For SaaS companies looking to drive traffic, build awareness, and generate leads, PPC is one of the most powerful tools available. Check out these five tips to make PPC work for you.

  • The top trending Google search term in 2020 in the United States was "stimulus check," according to recent research from SEMrush. Check out the charts in this article for 2020 trending keywords, new search terms, top searches, popular categories, and more.

  • It's no secret that Google's search engine seeks to surface high-quality content to its users. However, determining exactly what signals "high-quality" to its algorithms can be challenging for marketers.

  • This year, businesses have had to grasp at every opportunity to drive interest and sales. Luckily, YouTube has become a useful option. Video is great for user engagement, and YouTube can drive traffic—and leads. To that end, these 15 tools can help you optimize your YouTube content.

  • Links remain crucial to search engine optimization. But it can be tough for B2B brands, especially when there's no major launch or corporate-level change to attract publishers. Regardless, you can use "tangential content" to build links throughout the year.

  • Effective SEO isn't just about improving your website structure, performance, and content; it's also about signaling the right things to search engines via external pages and platforms.

  • Your B2B SEO strategy must be geared toward reaching the right decision-makers. If your sole intention is simply to rank for a keyword, your B2B keyword strategy is already a lost cause. Here are some handy tips to get it right.

  • The most common critical search engine optimization (SEO) mistake on websites is missing metatags, according to recent research from Sitechecker.

  • Boosting your rankings on Google is vital: It means more traffic to your site and an increase in leads. One of the most reliable ways to rank well is the use of link-building tactics. But it's not only the most popular tactics that perform well. These lesser-used tactics are just as good.

  • "Make friends with your Web designer" is smart advice for an SEO practitioner. This article covers a few best-practices that require effective collaboration between SEOs and their friends on the Web development team. Read on for more.

  • Analyzing critical search data trends during crises can help marketers pivot so they generate relevant content for their audiences, in turn improving website traffic and boosting sales.

  • COVID-19 pandemic-related shutdowns have affected a host of industries and sectors in various ways. Part of the fallout has been the change in Web-use behavior, as well, along with digital marketing initiatives by major search and social media platforms. This infographic offers an overview.

  • Search data can be used to better understand audiences and make predictions for the near future. As some parts of the world begin to reopen their doors, what might the COVID-19 exit phase look like based on what search data is telling us?

  • Professionals who use search engine optimization (SEO) and Google Ads say both approaches are effective; but, if forced to pick only one, most would choose Google Ads, according to recent research from BestSEOCompanies.com.