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CONTENT TYPE: Chart | TOPIC: Search | ELEMENT: Plan
Some 91% of online content receives no organic traffic from Google search, according to recent research from Ahrefs.
CONTENT TYPE: Article | TOPIC: Search | ELEMENT: Plan
For SEO, mentions of your brand that don't include a link back to your site are becoming just as important as linked mentions. Here are five steps for managing linkless mentions.
CONTENT TYPE: Infographic | TOPIC: Advertising & Promotions | ELEMENT: Create
Do all digital ads need a CTA? Do you have to spend big money on PPC campaigns to see big results? No, and no, according to a study that busts some common PPC myths.
CONTENT TYPE: Infographic | TOPIC: Search | ELEMENT: Plan
Maintaining high rankings in local search results can be very profitable for a business, but staying up-to-date on local search best-practices is not always easy. This infographic explains how you can make local search work for your business.
Using conversion rate optimization techniques in clickthrough-rate testing of title tags and meta descriptions can increase Web traffic (without dealing with search rank).
CONTENT TYPE: Chart | TOPIC: Search | ELEMENT: Analyze
How does the performance of Google AdWords paid search campaigns vary among industries? Which verticals tend to have the highest costs, click rates, and conversion rates?
CONTENT TYPE: Article | TOPIC: Search | ELEMENT: Analyze
Backlinks to your site are usually helpful—until they're not and they start to damage your search results. Here's how to disavow damaging backlinks by using Excel and other easily accessible tools.
CONTENT TYPE: Article | TOPIC: Search | ELEMENT: Create
Even without grabbing the top spot in search engine results pages, you can be at the top. How? "Featured snippets"! Here are the various featured-snippet types, along with step-by-step instructions on how to claim your spot at the top of SERPs.
Most Google initial search engine results pages (SERPs) now include a mix of classic organic results and Universal Search elements, such as informational snippets, images, maps, and videos, according to research from Searchmetrics.
CONTENT TYPE: Sponsored Article | TOPIC: Search | ELEMENT: Create
Here are five ways to overcome low search volume and drive more revenue from your paid search campaigns.
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