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Adding Departure Location and Destination Keywords to the H1

[ad_1] Before you start: if you’re unfamiliar with the principles of statistical SEO split-testing and how SplitSignal works, we’re suggesting you start here or request a demo of SplitSignal.  First, we asked our Twitter followers to vote: This time the...

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What Are Hreflang Attributes & How to Implement Them

[ad_1] What Is the Hreflang Attribute? Hreflang is an HTML attribute that communicates the language and targeted region of a webpage. It allows search engines to serve the most appropriate version of that page...

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How to Create a Plan That Brings Results

[ad_1] What Is Content Planning? Content planning is how you define what content you’re going to publish, when, and where. With an effective content plan (sometimes referred to as a “content calendar” or “editorial...

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6 Principles of High-Converting Landing Pages

[ad_1] High-converting landing pages are one of the most important components of your brand’s web presence. They’re often the equivalent of your first impression with potential customers, and they’re your best opportunity to capture...

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The Definitive Guide to Brand Storytelling (+ Free Template)

[ad_1] Successful companies all do one thing really well: tell powerful, compelling stories.  Stories are engaging. They help us form connections between ourselves and the storytellers.  This creates an opportunity for companies that want...

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The Cost of Bad Content Marketing

[ad_1] Every company is marketing with content, but not every company is doing content marketing. The difference between the 2 is often just straight up bad content. And there’s a lot of it. But...

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How to Launch a Successful Creator Marketing Campaign

[ad_1] Want to tap into the power that is creator marketing? With 75% of brands clued into this force, it’s a golden strategy to reach new audiences, increase exposure, and build brand credibility all...

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How Many Words Should a Blog Post Be?

[ad_1] Let’s cut to the chase. The simple answer from the research is clear: In general, blog posts should be more than 1,000 words. And longer content is more likely to rank higher in...