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    The Content Marketing Weekly: Optimizing at the speed of audiences and Google

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    This week we avoid talking about Becca Kufrin’s pick, but we do get into changes with Google Ads, when to write meta descriptions and more.

    The Content Marketing Weekly: Hey, People Actually Like to Read

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    In this week’s content marketing roundup, we discuss how B2B web users are still genuinely interested in reading and explore the importance of tailoring content to your audience.

    The Content Marketing Weekly: Uncovering the Latest SEO Strategies

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    This week’s CM weekly covers optimizing your website for audio search, owning branded terms in Google with featured snippets, video SEO tips and more!

    The Content Marketing Weekly: World Cup Hangover Edition

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    This week’s edition features a handy blog promotion checklist, why “pogo-sticking” is not a Google ranking factor, the trouble with A/B testing from Google’s perspective and more.

    The Content Marketing Weekly: Don’t get spooked when hunting data

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    This week, we’re taking you on a demon-hunting – I mean, data-hunting – adventure. Welcome to the Friday the 13th edition of the Content Marketing Weekly.

    The Content Marketing Weekly: This Is Why You Prepared For Quicksand

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    Though content marketers may not need to swing on vines to avoid quicksand on their daily commutes, they do need to adapt their strategies to avoid sinking lower in SERPs.

    The Content Marketing Weekly: Content Isn’t Easy, But the Rewards Are Great

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    The week of June 25 featured heated discussion on why content marketing strategies either succeed or fall apart.

    The Content Marketing Weekly: Summer School Edition

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    Class is in session with the Content Marketing Weekly. This week we cover AdWords UI updates, marketing automation and buyer personas.

    The Content Marketing Weekly: Relationships, regrets and ROI reports

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    CFOs would be more willing to increase marketing budgets if they knew it would result in a positive return on investment, while many small businesses wish they had allocated more of their budget toward marketing efforts in their early years.