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Nov 23, 2015 / by Michelle Chambers

Does Grammar Matter in Content Marketing?

Let’s face it, the internet is a massive part of our culture. Because of this, we see our fair share of grammatical errors across the web. Are you the one confusing “than” and “then?” The truth is, Grammar can be tricky--mistakes happen, but how much does grammar actually matter to readers and search engines?

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Oct 20, 2015 / by Zach Trujillo

Content Vs. Analytics

What is content? It’s more than word delivery, it’s telling your story to potential customers in interesting and relatable ways that motivate them to convert. So how do you create content that successfully relates to and encourages your potential customers to act?

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Sep 3, 2015 / by Andy Eliason

Lee Odden Keynote: Be the Best Answer – SLC|SEM Digital Marketing Conference 2015

The final keynote of the day was by the CEO of TopRank marketing, Lee Odden. The title was The Strategic Role of Content, Social & SEO in Integrated Marketing, which really boiled down to “being the best answer” for your customers, wherever they’re asking questions.

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Sep 3, 2015 / by Andy Eliason

Duane Forrester Keynote: The Future of Digital Marketing – SLC|SEM Digital Marketing Conference 2015

We returned to the main hall for the first of the final two keynotes. Duane Forrester, Senior Product Manager for Bing, started by asking what is at stake over the next 10 to 15 years. The next slide that came up pointed out that 7 trillion dollars was at stake.

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Sep 3, 2015 / by Andy Eliason

David Locke Keynote: Extending the Moment – SLC|SEM Digital Marketing Conference 2015

The afternoon sessions started off with a keynote from David Locke, the radio voice for the Utah Jazz.

You may note that the words SEO, SEM, digital marketing, or even marketer are not listed in his job title. In fact, the

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Nov 20, 2014 / by SEO.com

The Evolution of SEO

Evolutionary Trajectory

Much hubbub has been made about search engine optimization being in its death throes and its practices amounting to nothing more than chicanery. Both assertions are based on outmoded conceptions of SEO, though, and a lot of things have changed – evolved – in the last few years.

People

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Nov 1, 2014 / by SEO.com

Balancing the Need for Evergreen and Real-Time Content

Content is king when it comes to a successful marketing campaign. We all know this and we would all like to believe that the content we provide our consumers is the most useful information possible. The difficulty of the situation is judging how to balance the need for those ever-lasting

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Sep 27, 2014 / by Andy Eliason

Can Google Determine the Level of Quality in Your Content?

In the recently released Searchmetrics Ranking Factors Study, the case for quality content is once again highlighted as a critical SEO component. There should be any number of people out there who are rolling their eyes right about now, thinking: not another post about how “content is king.” We’ve

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Aug 30, 2014 / by SEO.com

SEO for Ecommerce Websites

Today, it seems impossible to imagine a world without the Internet and the everyday conveniences it provides. Ecommerce, for example, is one of those things that has changed the way we think about purchasing everything from personal electronics and fashions to major additions to a person’s home. Simply put, it

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Jul 23, 2014 / by SEO.com

Be a Better Business Blogger

Business blogs can be extremely beneficial for online marketing, and just about every company should have one and know how to use it. Of course, in order to be truly effective, the blog has to have a real purpose. It has to do more than just exist. It has to

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