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December 2020 Core Update: A holiday surprise to SEOs, but is it a good one?

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Google announced a final core update for 2020 on Dec. 3. Here’s what to know about this update, and what to expect.

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What search data tells us about the intensity of America’s political environment

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Our search behavior is a good proxy for sentiment. In this post, we compare top issues based on relative search interest over the past 15+ years.

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SpyFu: Gaining visibility into your competitors’ keyword performance (overview + tutorial)

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SpyFu is a cloud-based suite of marketing tools that allows you to see (spy on) the ranking history of any domain.

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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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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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Would a website title about roses, by any other name, appear as sweet to search engine crawlers and website visitors?