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A Practical Guide To use SEMRUSH For Growing Blog Traffic

SEMrush is one of my favorite tools & I have mentioned it many times here at ShoutMeLoud. I remember, it was around 2012 when I started using this simple search engine marketing tool & in the past 4 years, it has become one of the go-to tool for bloggers & SEO companies. There are many features which is useful for our blog that we can start using right now. Since I have missed announcing about those new features, here I’m sharing features that every website/blog owner should try today.If you are an existing user of SEMrush, you can use it right now. If you don’t have an account, you can use this link to get 14 days free trial worth $150. This 14 days is good enough for you to try out all the below mentioned features & improve your blog search engine presence & make more profit in due course of time.SEMRUSH Review: SEO suite for those who love trafficSEMRUSH now offers Google India database ☝️If you feel I missed adding any important features which should be in top …

What Is The New eBay Enterprise All About?

From the eBay Enterprise site Last summer, while attention was focused on eBay’s PayPal sale, the online marketplace was also spinning off its eBay Enterprise unit.Earlier this week, the new standalone company eBay Enterprise Marketing Solutions announced it had purchased AffiliateTraction. This comes on top of eBay Enterprise’s acquisition in November of performance marketing firm Digital Net Agency (DNA).We checked in today with the CEO of the new eBay Enterprise Marketing Solutions, to see what the new vision was.“It’s been a wild couple of months,” Michael Jones told me.The Last Few MonthsBut first, let’s review those other eBay Enterprise sales and acquisitions that have created the company’s current shape:Largely propelled by its purchase of GSI Commerce in 2011 for $2.4 billion, eBay’s eBay Enterprise originally had dreams of getting closer to larger retailers, which might set up eBay-run online stores.GSI’s technology, services and warehouses were employed by the likes of Toys …

Marketing Day: Microsoft To Buy InMobi, Location-Based Trends & Top Facebook Publishers

Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.From Marketing Land:Limelight Scores $3 Million To Launch Its Live Marketing Platform In U.S.
Jan 15, 2016 by Barry Levine Toronto-based company says this is the first set of digital tools designed specifically for face-to-face events like test drives, in-person product sampling, trade shows and the like.Report: Microsoft To Buy Global Mobile Ad Platform InMobi — [Updated]
Jan 15, 2016 by Greg Sterling
According to an unconfirmed report, Microsoft is buying mobile ad network/platform InMobi. The company, which is based in Bangalore, India, says that its network touches more than a billion users per month.Why Grave Misconceptions About SEO Still Persist
Jan 15, 2016 by Jayson DeMers
Myths and misconceptions about search engine optimization just don’t seem to go away. Columnist Jayson DeMers offers an explanation for why this is so and what SEO professionals can do …

Limelight Scores $3 Million To Launch Its Live Marketing Platform In U.S.

Even as digital media has exploded, live marketing events continue to thrive. This week, Toronto-based Limelight Platform announced it has scored its first outside investment — $3.1 million in seed funding — to launch in the U.S. its cloud-based platform for live marketing.The platform, which the company says is the first of its kind, is designed specifically with live marketing events in mind, so brands can codelessly plan, build, present and measure activities during test drives, trade shows, product sampling events, in-person consumer showcases, and the like. On its website, Limelight defines live marketing:Have you ever been at the grocery store and someone in a company’s branded clothing approaches you and asks you if you like to sample their product? How many times have you seen a brand give something away and you go up to them to get your free sample? That face-to-face interaction between the customer and the brand is what defines live marketing.An offline mode allows for captu…