Rumors Of Long-Form Content Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated!

 

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It’s all too easy to ignore long-form content. With services like Twitter and Vine attracting millions of users every day, with GIFs and memes running rampant across the internet, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the art of long-form writing is dying out. I’ve been working as an SEO copywriter for a couple of years now, and when I first started I was told that all pieces that I produced, whether a blog post, and article or a press release, needed to be at least 500 words but never any more than 800.

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How to do CRO without Damaging SEO

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The two most important things to a website that wants to make money: Conversion Rate Optimization and SEO. In a perfect world, these two should be the powerhouse – the quarterback – to online success.

The thing is, it’s not a perfect world. And the two may have some intersecting problems along the way that may hinder your success instead.
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How we Increased our Return Visits through Push Notifications

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We love return visits. That means that people actually care about what we have to say. That means people are getting familiar about who we are. That means that you’re doing your job as a digital marketer. That means more user activity which leads to better rankings. That means more leads. Better leads. And we all know where the rainbow leads, right?

To the pot of gold.

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How we Structured our Internal SEO Team Meetings for Extreme Efficiency

SEO Team Meetings

SEO Hacker is scaling up. We constantly are and I’ve learned a lot in the past 2 years about what it really means to be CEO. So for this series, I’ll be discussing more about how to run your SEO team better. Whether you’re an SEO agency owner, a business owner who hired an SEO company to do the work, or a startup SEO guy who may even be outsourcing a lot of the work to other people – this is for you.

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