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  1. 14 Top-Notch Resources to Help You Become a CRO Expert

    Thankfully, mastering the art of CRO is considerably easier now than it was several years ago, and for a very good reason: more learning resources are now available online. Neil's already covered SEO, content marketing, growth hacking, and consumer...

  2. 10 Shocking Facts About Content Marketing Today

    Its seemingly sudden increase in popularity is due to its significant benefits to other disciplines of online marketing, such as SEO and social media marketing. With the number of consumers turning to social networking to make buying decisions, B2C...

  3. 5 Googley SEO Terms – Do They Mean What You Think They Mean?

    This means that Google knows about sites as they come online. Robots.txt won't prevent the URL from being indexed, just the page content. Most people think the robots.txt file is used to block content from the search engines.

  4. Nuances of Spanish Language Search Marketing

    Argentina Web users are more likely to view online video content. Also to be noted is that Spaniards shop less frequently online and are more likely to use at social networks to research a product before purchasing it.

  5. Facebook Update Targets News Feed Spam: Posts 'Explicitly' Asking for Likes, Comments, Shares

    Many search marketers consider Facebook to be a crucial part of any online marketing campaign. According to Facebook, users report that like-baiting stories are on average 15 percent less relevant than other stories that have a similar number of...

  6. The 2014 Super Bowl Commercials Just Kicked Off

    Unruly's new data also shows digital marketers that Super Bowl 2013 video ads attracted almost twice as many shares online as the previous year. The most shares (3.3 million) from Super Bowl 2013 were recorded on Super Bowl Monday (February 4...

  7. A New Direction for SEO in 2014: The Secure Search Manifesto

    SEO has always been the most predominant channel in online marketing and it always will be. The gradual rise in the number of keywords "(not provided)" signaled an impending paradigm shift in the keyword model market to a content-centric model.