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    How to increase SQLs the inbound way [success story]

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    One of the largest B2B IT solutions companies in North America needed a sustained lead generation engine. Here’s how we gave it to them.

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    5 free traffic sources that yield big results

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    When it comes to generating website traffic, paid sources can’t hold a candle to free sources.

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    Your comprehensive technical SEO checklist for 2020

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    Technical SEO is like engine maintenance for your website. You won’t get very far without it.

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    How content helped an online grocery store increase site traffic by 56% [success story]

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    3 months and 800 landing pages later, traffic is up and to the right for our e-commerce client.

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    What to make (or not make) of Google’s May 2020 Core Update

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    We haven’t seen this level of SERP volatility since the Medic update back in the fall of 2018. Here’s what you need to know.

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    Should you bother with keyword research right now?

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    The answer: Yes, but with a different set of goals in mind.

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    Organic vs paid traffic: A guide to understanding and capitalizing on both (video)

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    Organic marketing is a long game, while paid is a short game. How can you incorporate both for maximum ROI?

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    Wherefore art thou, Romeo?: What’s in a website title?

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    What are Rich Snippets, and why should I care about them?

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    A Rich Snippet is a visual feature that Google displays in search engine results pages. Adding schema markup to existing HTML, marketers and webmasters can help search engines serve better, richer results to users. Expect higher click-through rates, lower bounce rates and optimum search presence.