Do They Help or Hurt Your SEO?

Using reciprocal links – sometimes referred to as “traded” or “exchanged” links – was a popular method of link building in the early 2000s but has decreased in popularity in recent years. Reciprocal links are still a relatively common occurrence. They’re a natural byproduct of owning a website, after all. However, the way reciprocal links […]

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Google Quietly Rolls Out Combined Audience Targeting for Search Campaigns

Advertisers are seeing combined audience targeting for search campaigns in their Google Ads accounts. Although Google has not made a formal announcement, digital marketing consultant Steven Johns noticed the new targeting method in his Google Ads account and shared the news on Twitter on November 13. GOOGLE ADS: *ALERT* …Game Changer…. Anyone guess what this […]

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5 Tips to Get Non-SEOs Bought Into SEO

Not to be pessimistic, but SEO can be an incredibly frustrating job. It didn’t take very long working in the industry for me to realize that SEO professionals were the outsiders. Our success often relied on other teams, not our own, so we were relegated to asking for favors. At best, these requests would make […]

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25+ Unique Blog Post Ideas to Engage Your Readers

Thinking up unique blog post ideas can seem like a struggle, especially when it feels like blogs have covered just about every topic under the sun. Is there such a thing as a “unique” blog post idea anymore? How do you write fresh, interesting, and search engine optimized content your audience actually wants to read? […]

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SEM vs. SEO vs. PPC Defined: What’s the Difference? via @searchmastergen

Learn the differences and similarities in key digital marketing terms like SEO, PPC, and SEM, and how they work together. The post SEM vs. SEO vs. PPC Defined: What’s the Difference? via @searchmastergen appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

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10 Important PPC Trends to Watch in 2020

What does the future hold for PPC? This is a question we ask every year here at Search Engine Journal. Last year, audiences and automation were just a couple trends PPC marketing experts expected to dominate. But what will be the most important PPC trends in 2020? That’s the exact question I asked 39 of […]

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5 Innovative PPC Tactics to Try Today

Managing pay-per-click campaigns (be they search, social, or display based) usually becomes a series of habitual tasks. While this allows for stability and scalability, sometimes it causes blind-spots in legacy accounts (working together more than a year). Here are my favorite tactics to break the mold. Tactic 1: A Single Long-Tail Broad Match Keyword, with […]

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How to Use Visual Content to Earn More Links

A captivating headline will draw you in. A good opening line – a hook – will entice you to keep reading. And a well-placed, eye-catching visual will keep you focused and will be remembered long after the words you read have been forgotten. Not only will images captivate your audience, but using visual content is also a […]

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YouTube Shopping Ads, Bing Link Penalties, Influencer Endorsements & More News [PODCAST]

Catch up on this week’s episode of Marketing O’Clock, part of the Search Engine Journal Podcast Network. Greg Finn and Christine “Shep” Zirnheld are covering the digital marketing news you’ve been talking about all week and the stories you may have missed. YouTube Placement for Shopping Ads Joy to the world! A new shopping ad […]

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13 of the Biggest Mistakes You MUST Avoid

Keyword research is an integral part of any SEO marketer’s job. But according to a study compiled a few years back, few people actually love keyword research. Keyword research was ranked as one of the top three most difficult tasks by SEO professionals (behind link building and content creation). That might be because 66% of […]

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