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3 Ways SEMrush Can Make SEO More Effective

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Every digital marketer is only as good as the tools they use. SEMrush is one tool you should have at the ready to help determine changes to your rankings, research a new or ongoing campaign, and analyze how your site compares with the competition. Every digital marketer is only as good as the tools they use. SEMrush is one tool you should have at the ready to help determine changes to your rankings, research a new or ongoing campaign, and analyze how your site compares with the competition. 0 Comments

The Pros and Cons of Big Data Democratization

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Challenges surrounding data democratization abound. Business leaders need to carefully weigh these arguments for and against conservative and liberal data democratization to determine which approach benefits their organization the most. Challenges surrounding data democratization abound. Business leaders need to carefully weigh these arguments for and against conservative and liberal data democratization to determine which approach benefits their organization the most. 0 Comments

Adobe Analytics Adds 6 New Features

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Adobe has revealed an extensive list of new features that extend functionality for their customers – including predictive analytics and anomaly detection, expanded real-time reporting and mobile analytics capabilities, and video metrics reports. Adobe has revealed an extensive list of new features that extend functionality for their customers – including predictive analytics and anomaly detection, expanded real-time reporting and mobile analytics capabilities, and video metrics reports. 0 Comments

Big Data = Big Trouble: How to Avoid 5 Data Analysis Pitfalls

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When trying to make sense of data, it's easy to fall victim to confirmation bias, irrelevancy, statistical insignificance, and causation vs. correlation and action vs. intent confusion. Here are solutions to these (and more) common analysis problems. When trying to make sense of data, it's easy to fall victim to confirmation bias, irrelevancy, statistical insignificance, and causation vs. correlation and action vs. intent confusion. Here are solutions to these (and more) common analysis problems. 0 Comments

Google+ in the SERPs Increasing; Authorship Adoption High [Data]

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A new analysis suggests establishing Google authorship has moved past the early adopter stage and those marketers who have not yet established authorship and who are not regularly sharing content on Google+ would be wise to do so. A new analysis suggests establishing Google authorship has moved past the early adopter stage and those marketers who have not yet established authorship and who are not regularly sharing content on Google+ would be wise to do so. 0 Comments

5 Stages of Coping with Loss of Search Query Data

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Unfortunately, there isn't a silver bullet that will compensate for losing a rising percentage of keyword data in analytics. There are several things you can do to help gain insight and work around this obstacle. Experimentation is essential. Unfortunately, there isn't a silver bullet that will compensate for losing a rising percentage of keyword data in analytics. There are several things you can do to help gain insight and work around this obstacle. Experimentation is essential. 0 Comments

Top vs. Other PPC AdWords: CTRs Drop, Costs Per Conversion Climb

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Were some PPC pros right to be concerned about how their ads would perform at the bottom of the page – despite the fact that Google claims higher CTR? A look at client performance data before and after the addition of ads at the bottom of the page. Were some PPC pros right to be concerned about how their ads would perform at the bottom of the page – despite the fact that Google claims higher CTR? A look at client performance data before and after the addition of ads at the bottom of the page. 0 Comments

In-house SEO Roles Grow Among Internet Retailer Top 500

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Conductor study reveals that the number of Internet Retailer's Top 500 Companies with at least one In-house SEO role jumps by 24% in the 7 months before Thanksgiving 2010. Nearly half of those counted, increased the size of their SEO teams. Conductor study reveals that the number of Internet Retailer's Top 500 Companies with at least one In-house SEO role jumps by 24% in the 7 months before Thanksgiving 2010. Nearly half of those counted, increased the size of their SEO teams. 0 Comments

When Paid Search Marketing & Business Operations Come Together

The combined power of business operations and empirical marketing data is powerful and is a win for the entire business. A real life example of why it pays off to meticulously analyze your paid search data. The combined power of business operations and empirical marketing data is powerful and is a win for the entire business. A real life example of why it pays off to meticulously analyze your paid search data. 0 Comments

Getting a Jump on the Business Intelligence Imperative

Listen up marketers: Learn to love charts, graphs and data. There's gold in all that business intelligence you possess, and it's the key to besting your competitors. Listen up marketers: Learn to love charts, graphs and data. There's gold in all that business intelligence you possess, and it's the key to besting your competitors. 0 Comments