Here’s four fabulous reasons why you should attend the US Search Awards.
Last week, Mary Meeker of Kleiner Perkins and a well-known industry analyst gave her annual internet trends report. Here is what you need to know.
According to Bloomberg News, 150 million people use Snapchat each day, which surpasses Twitter’s average of 136 million active daily users.
Summer is upon is, so we focused on articles that talk about ways to make the content creation process a little easier.
Stop wasting your time on content marketing practices that don’t work and start focusing on effective content marketing practices. These 10 free tools will help you do just that by helping you better create high-quality content, track your efforts, and share it with your audience.
On May 18th the SEJ Think Tank was joined by Colby Stream of Page One Power for a sponsored webinar about the foundations of building a successful link building campaign.
Danielle Antosz, Features Editor for SEJ, reviews Hug Your Haters by Jay Baer for this month’s edition of SEJ Book Club.
On Wednesday, May the Fourth (be with you), Kelsey Jones, the Executive Editor at Search Engine Journal, gave a special Star Wars-themed webinar on getting the most out of your content. You spend a lot of time coming up with great ideas, so you want to make sure you get the most mileage out of them.
Every month, I round up the best of the best so you can get your content marketing education all in one spot. Here are 5 articles about content marketing published in the last 30 days that you should read if you want to stay up to date in the content marketing field.
Maybe you are tired of towing the corporate line. Maybe you are just ready to be your own boss. Whatever your reasons are for wanting to become a freelancer or entrepreneur, the journey is an exciting one. And sometimes scary.
On Wednesday, April 20th, the SEJ ThinkTank was joined by Krista LaRiviere of gShift Labs for a sponsored webinar about how to improve the discoverability of your website.
On April 6th, SEJ’s Social Producer, Caitlin Rulien, join the SEJ Think Tank to give a presentation on how to succeed on social media when you are working with limited resources.
Over the past decade, SEJ has strived to become one of the top sources of news and information for digital marketers, particularly those in the SEO field. In the past three years, we have really focused on ensuring we are providing our readers with the highest quality content.
This month’s picks include a post on where ideas come from, news from Instagram, and a podcast on the state of content marketing in 2016.
Running a small business can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t mean you can push social to the back burner. Use these social media hacks for small businesses.
On Monday morning, via their AdWords blog, Google announced they are beginning a major redesign of the AdWords platform for “marketing in a mobile-first world”. This update will occur over the rest of 2016 and into 2017.
Last year, Google announced that RankBrain, their artificial intelligence system, was one of the top three ranking signals. Yesterday, during a Q&A session Andrey Lipattsev, a Search Quality Senior Strategist at Google, named the two other top signals.
More images are showing up in Google search result snippets. @WebMarketMagnet mentioned it in February on Twitter, and there seems to have been a few instances of it popping up for different users in the United States. Users in Canada have not seen these results, which likely means Google is testing the feature out.
Content marketing matters, that much is clear. What is less clear is how effective it is and how we, as marketers, can use our resources in a way that makes the most sense. Which is why reports like Content Marketing Institute’s comprehensive B2B Technology Content Marketing 2016: Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends—North America matter.
On Wednesday, March 16th, the SEJ ThinkTank welcomed WordStream CEO Larry Kim back to talk about his favorite PPC hacks.