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This post was originally was originally published here on SEMRush Blog. Is there an optimal length that your content should be? Should you be setting minimum wordcounts for your content? In this guide, we tackle the topic of short-form vs long-form content, sharing insights into how long your content should be and how a successful […]

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This post was originally was originally published here on Search Engine Round Table. Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web. Google has finally started to use MUM in search…

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This post was originally was originally published here on SEMRush Blog. Improving your Core Web Vitals can positively affect your page speed and your users‘ experience. We‘ll share how to track and fix poor readings.

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This post was originally was originally published here by Litmus. As we reach the halfway point for 2021, there is a lot to celebrate and be mindful of. June embraces a number of celebrations and milestones—Pride Month, Juneteenth, and Father’s Day—which offer marketers plenty of content inspiration and give brands the opportunity to exercise unity, compassion, and […]

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This post was originally was originally published here on SEMRush Blog. If you have noticed that your site rankings on Google, or other search engines, are stagnant or aren’t moving anywhere, we’re here to help. We’ll provide you with some tips to improve your site rankings and how to properly build out other areas, too. […]

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This post was originally was originally published here by Search Engine Land. Grab your All Access pass now and join us online on August 17! Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.

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This post was originally was originally published here on Search Engine Round Table. Google announced that by the end of July 2021 it will be deprecating the broad match modifier (BMM) keywords. That means you will no longer be able to create new BMM keywords with the +keyword notation.