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  • Google continues to dominate search, which means your content better do the things Google rewards, or else you won't rank as high as you'd like. But does your content have to be reduced to a bunch of repetitive keywords in order to be successful, or can you write for both Google and your target audience? Sponsored by Sitefinity.

  • B2B buyers say the top things they look for in vendor websites when evaluating potential solutions are relevant content and pricing/competitive information, according to recent research from Demand Gen Report and Demandbase.

  • Often, our online content doesn't engage readers because they don't want to read so much text. And that impacts bounces and time on page, which Google watches closely. So how can you improve engagement—and on-page SEO? This articles explains what you need to know.

  • Link-building is necessary for SEO, and a dynamic backlink management strategy will elevate your site in the eyes of Google. Here are four ways to make your backlink management dynamic.

  • It's time to stop pushing out content and just hoping it converts. Instead, wield the secret weapon of website audits to inform your content strategy—and boost your lead generation and conversion efforts. Sponsored by Influence & Co.

  • Too many companies register multiple domain names—sometimes hundreds or thousands—and then forget about them. Losing track of you online real estate poses high risks to security and reputation. Here's why you should take domain name security seriously.

  • We can't control Google's latest search algorithm, but we can harness the power of internal linking to strengthen our website's SEO. Here are five tactics to use.

  • There's no denying that good Web design matters for creating positive customer experiences. However, your B2B clients will look beyond your website for assurance that you're the right company to meet their needs. Here six ways to convince them.

  • Median and average conversion rates for landing pages vary significantly by industry and by type of page, according to recent research from Unbounce.

  • Some 39% of people say they will stop engaging with a website if the images do not load or take too long to load. So, how can you optimize your images for speedy loading?

  • B2B website visitors and B2B marketers don't always see eye to eye on which characteristics, features, and content formats are most important on marketing sites, according to recent research from Orbit Media Studios and Ascend2.

  • Nearly two-thirds of marketers say in the previous year their firm experienced some kind of digital marketing fraud, such as bots' clicking on ads or filling out lead generation forms.

  • Did you know that users take 0.05 seconds, on average, to form an opinion about a website—and 94% of those initial impressions are related to design elements?

  • We've all received advance notice of Google's impending page experience update, set to debut this year. But what does "page experience" really mean, and how will it affect B2B sites in particular? You can get the rundown here.

  • Are you ready to see lots of maximalism, responsive clutter, and technodystopia in digital design and graphic design next year?

  • If your ad measurement depends on third-party cookies, you'll be facing profound changes within less than two years, as Web browsers phase them out. But cookies have their drawbacks, and this article argues that marketers will be better off without them.

  • Most marketers know that having a speedy website matters. But just how important is site load time?

  • As Internet penetration daily increases and more facets of day-to-day life expand into digital channels, the scale of data being generated online every minute is breathtaking.

  • As the demise of third-party cookies draws inexorably nearer, many marketers are growing concerned: How will they track and gather customer data online? But despite the handwringing, marketers can reap long-term benefits from the end of cookies.

  • Creating effective content for a business website is a complex endeavor that requires undertaking everything from audience research and competitive analysis to media development and search engine optimization.