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How to Rank Your Old, Outdated Content

What percentage of your search traffic is driven by your top 10 pages? Chances are, its a large portion. Just look at the screenshot below. Youll see that my top 10 pages drive 28.7% of my search traffic. That may not seem like a high number, but I have 5,441 blog posts. In other words, […] The post How to Rank Your Old, Outdated Content appeared first on Neil Patel.


            Why Your Content Strategy Needs Topic Clusters (Updated for 2019)

Why Your Content Strategy Needs Topic Clusters (Updated for 2019)

For quite a while now, search engines have been shifting their attention toward topics instead of keywords.


            Getting Started with October CMS Static Pages

Getting Started with October CMS Static Pages

These days it can be tough for website developers, especially now with WordPress going through the biggest and the most dramatic update in its history. Over the past few months, weve observed a growing interest in the October CMS community. October CMS is the natural choice for developers that look for a modern and reliable content management system based on the Laravel PHP framework. Launched in...

Facebook tries to make ad targeting explanations more useful

Facebook has been adding new tools to provide more transparency about why users are seeing certain ads and content (and what they can do about it), but in a blog post today, Product Manager Sreethu Thulasi wrote, “We heard feedback from people that they can still be hard to understand and difficult to navigate.” To […]

Using an AKS Engine cluster with Azure Active Directory integration

As you might already know you can run an Azure Kubernetes Service cluster with Azure Active Directory integration for fine-grained RBAC role definitions. I have written a blog post about that awhile ago, if you need further information. -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/azure-kubernetes-service-and-azure-active-directory-integration/ Same as with AKS you can have AKS Engine clusters with Read mor...


            11 Proven Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Website

11 Proven Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Website

This article doesnt list every traffic strategy under the sun. Instead, it lists the tactics we use at Ahrefs. These are tactics that have helped us grow our revenue by +65% year over year. In other words, theyre proven to… Read more › The post 11 Proven Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Website appeared first on SEO Blog by Ahrefs.


            How can you improve your organizations data strategy?

How can you improve your organizations data strategy?

Faced with changing consumer behaviors toward digital content, news and media companies have to make organizational changes to keep up. This is a complex challenge because making the necessary changes to adapt involves people, processes and technological obstacles. In partnership with the Google News Initiative, Deloitte interviewed executives from 50 leading news and media companies in 16 countr...


            A generative backlog for large-scale design systems

A generative backlog for large-scale design systems

Having recently grappled with conducting a UI audit/inventory across a large suite of products, Ive struck upon an interesting, light-weight approach for generating an overview of patterns, elements and metaphors across a large portfolio.Inspired by Nathan Curtiss team activity on Parts, its a relatively simple process incorporating a Microsoft Forms survey (could be anything similar), a bit of j...


            10 Effective Ways to Create Web Content That Drives Action

10 Effective Ways to Create Web Content That Drives Action

A web copy, whether created or curated, is aimed at driving positive customer actions. If written well, the website content can translate into leads, customers, and sales. Businesses literally break their banks to get a powerful, sales-driving website that flaunts aesthetically pleasing designs, user-friendly navigation, robust shopping carts, and a multitude of bells and whistles. Is that all a ...


            OffPage SEO: What It Is and Why Its Important

OffPage SEO: What It Is and Why Its Important

SEO can be divided into two buckets: on-page SEO and off-page SEO. Many see offpage SEO as synonymous with link building, but is that really the case? In this post, we cover: What off-page SEO is How off-page SEO differs from… Read more › The post OffPage SEO: What It Is and Why Its Important appeared first on SEO Blog by Ahrefs.

Organizing Your Content To Drive SEO: Content Clusters and Content Pruning

Given that the top 3 positions on the SERP secure 52 percent of the clicks, the importance of ranking content as highly as possible cannot be underestimated. Although marketers do not know the exact list of factors that Google considers and how they are weighed, Google has given us a good idea of various important […] The post Organizing Your Content To Drive SEO: Content Clusters and Content Pru...


            7 Reasons Why Nobody is Reading Your Content and How to Grab Their Attention

7 Reasons Why Nobody is Reading Your Content and How to Grab Their Attention

Content, content, content. It seems like content is the only thing anyone can talk about these days. Youve probably read post after post about how content is king at least a dozen times. However, despite your best efforts, you cant seem to see what the content hype is all about. You write blog posts. You […]

Continuous Learning

In case you can't tell from some of my blog posts, I'm a bit of an advocate for DevOps. I'm extremely fortunate in my employer, Redgate Software, that they are also huge advocates for DevOps. We not only teach it and promote it, and, oh yeah, make AWESOME tools for it, we practice DevOps in what we do. However, this post is not about DevOps. Instead, I'm trying to leverage some of the concepts of...


            How to Create a Simple but Effective Design Portfolio

How to Create a Simple but Effective Design Portfolio

Countless blog posts have taught you how to create a portfolio, and some of them are valuable. So why did I write another article featuring tips for creating a portfolio? First, most writers feature tips for all kind of portfolios in a single blog post. Portfolios for actors, painters, photographers, coders, and designers have many similarities, but they also have many differences. A separate app...

How to Start a Blog on Bluehost

Starting a blog is one of the most rewarding ventures you can pursue. Whether your goal is to build a full-time career, start a new side hustle, or simply write about what interests you, you can benefit from blogging. Blogging can provide you with passive... The post How to Start a Blog on Bluehost appeared first on Millennial Money.

7 Google Analytics Reports That Show How Your Blog is Really Performing

When you log into Google Analytics, what do you look at? Chances are you see something like the image above that shows you how many people are currently on your blog. Well, that was easy to guess because thats the report Google Analytics gives you once you log in. But which reports do you […] The post 7 Google Analytics Reports That Show How Your Blog is Really Performing appeared first on Neil P...

The Future of Content Marketing: Its Not What You Think

Have you heard the saying, content is king? Well, of course, you have. But creating more content wont necessarily get you more search traffic. Youve heard people like me mention stats like the average piece of content that ranks on page one of Google contains 1,890 words. But that doesnt mean writing in-depth content that is […] The post The Future of Content Marketing: Its Not What You Think app...


            How to think like a UX Engineer

How to think like a UX Engineer

Welcome back to another blog post on UX, where we will be discussing on how to think like a UX engineer. So, from my 1st blog post you got to know what a UX engineer is supposed to do and the differences between UX and UI. Lets begin with this quote,Whats more important than the process is the mindset. And when it comes to interaction design, that mindset is having empathy for understanding your ...


            A Beginners Guide to Working With Components in Vue

A Beginners Guide to Working With Components in Vue

One of the great things about working with Vue is its component-based approach to building user interfaces. This allows you to break your application into smaller, reusable pieces (components) which you can then use to build out a more complicated structure. In this guide, Ill offer you a high-level introduction to working with components in Vue. Ill look at how to create components, how to pass ...


            A New Content Order for the Multi-Channel, Multi-Modal World

A New Content Order for the Multi-Channel, Multi-Modal World

Learn how the Master Content Model delivers the framework to future proof content across an ever-evolving and expanding content ecosystem, including conversational UIs, like Chatbots, automated content interactions, and rich interactive content experiences.


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