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This post was originally was originally published here on SEMRush Blog. For the world SEO community, the beginning of autumn means one of the biggest and highly respected SEO events in Europe. BrightonSEO is a one-day search marketing conference that takes place twice a year – in April and September. The event attracts some of […]

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This post was originally was originally published here by Search Engine Land. We’re now seeing many of the changes AdWords announced in May rolling out to all accounts. This is great news in terms of enabling new opportunities, but it’s bad news if you thought your account was perfectly structured. While each new feature will work just fine […]

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This post was originally was originally published here by Search Engine Land. Soon you can set sitelink extensions at the account level in AdWords. Google announced the release of account-level sitelinks in a tweet on Tuesday. The feature is still rolling out, so you may not see it in your accounts, yet. When it becomes available, you’ll […]

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This post was originally was originally published here by Litmus. August 31, 2016 By Jaina Mistry Microsoft is one of the biggest players in the email industry. Microsoft Outlook and its web-based counterpart Outlook.com hold a marketshare of over 10% collectively. This is pretty huge! In a world where users are able to choose from a huge […]

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This post was originally was originally published here on SEMRush Blog. Everyone wants to be first. The first in a race gets the gold. The first to market becomes the market leader. The top grade in class gets the most honors. But what if bidding on position one doesn’t yield the best leads or worse: it bleeds […]

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This post was originally was originally published here by Search Engine Land. Google published on the developer site information about the search live coverage carousel, which lets publishers feed Google breaking content in real-time that is related to live sports, elections, and breaking news. This does seem directly related to the real time indexing API announcement made […]

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This post was originally was originally published here by Search Engine Land. Kashin / Shutterstock.com This morning, Google has removed the mobile-friendly label from their mobile search results. We knew it was coming; Google announced last week they were dropping the label, but it took some time for the label to go away. The removal of the […]