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Getting Around the "One Form" Problem in Unbounce

Posted by R0bin_L0rdWhat is Unbounce?Unbounce is a well-known and well-regarded landing page creation tool designed to allow HTML novices to create impressive and impactful landing pages, while offering scope for more experienced coders to have a bit more fun. In this post, I’m going to list some solutions to what ...

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8 Common Website Mistakes Revealed Via Content Audits

Posted by AlliBerry3One of the advantages of working for an agency is the volume of websites we get to evaluate. The majority of clients who sign up for ongoing SEO and/or content services will receive a content audit. Similar to a technical SEO audit, the results of the content audit ...

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The Moz Year in Review 2017

Posted by SarahBirdYay! We’ve traversed another year around the sun. And I’m back with another Moz year-in-review post that promises to be as boring as its predecessors. Reading it feels like being locked in your tin can space capsule through lightyears of empty space. If you’re a little odd and ...

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Discover Featured Snippet Opportunities – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by BritneyMullerWinning featured snippets is one of the best ways to get visibility on page one of Google’s SERPs. It’s a competitive environment, though, and there are tons of specific considerations when it comes to increasing your chances of earning that spot. Today’s Whiteboard Friday, number one of an ...

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The Website Migration Guide: SEO Strategy & Process

Posted by ModestosWhat is a site migration? A site migration is a term broadly used by SEO professionals to describe any event whereby a website undergoes substantial changes in areas that can significantly affect search engine visibility — typically substantial changes to the site structure, content, coding, site performance, or ...

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Declining Organic Traffic? How to Tell if it’s a Tracking or Optimization Issue

Posted by andrewchocoPicture this scenario. You’re a new employee that has just been brought in to a struggling marketing department (or an agency brought on to help recover lost numbers). You get access to Google Analytics, and see something like this: (Actual screenshot of the client I audited) This can ...

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The #1 Reason Paid Ads (On Search, Social, and Display) Fail – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfishPouring money into a paid ad campaign that’s destined to fail isn’t a sound growth strategy. Time and again, companies breaking into online ads don’t see success due to the same issue: they aren’t known to their audiences. There’s no trust, no recognition, and so the cost per ...

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How to Diagnose SEO Traffic Drops: 11 Questions to Answer

Posted by Daniel_MarksAlmost every consultant or in-house SEO will be asked at some point to investigate an organic traffic drop. I’ve investigated quite a few, so I thought I’d share some steps I’ve found helpful when doing so. Is it just normal noise?Before you sound the alarm and get lost ...

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Google’s Walled Garden: Are We Being Pushed Out of Our Own Digital Backyards?

Posted by Dr-PeteEarly search engines were built on an unspoken transaction — a pact between search engines and website owners — you give us your data, and we’ll send you traffic. While Google changed the game of how search engines rank content, they honored the same pact in the beginning. ...

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MozCon 2018: Making the Case for the Conference (& All the Snacks!)

Posted by Danielle_LaundersYou’ve got that conference looming on the horizon. You want to go — you’ve spent the past few years desperately following hashtags on Twitter, memorizing catchy quotes, zooming in on grainy snapshots of a deck, and furiously downloading anything and everything you can scour from Slideshare. But there’s ...

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