Every Friday, our content marketing newsletter highlights six pieces of content that have caught our eye this week.
The main theme is to provide insight and information relevant to the SEO and content marketing, but there are also some different things from time to time.
Here are six pieces that caught our eye this week:
1. Ah, the good old days. But here are eight old school practices that are no longer effective from Moz.
2. Searching for searchers. Why audiences are the new keywords.
3. Getting people to your website is one thing, making them convert is another. Here arethree surprising stages of successful landing pages.
4. We’re always looking how we can do things quicker. Websites are no different. Check out these tips on optimising images to increase page speed.
5. Rebecca Moss tells us about her key findings and insights from last week’s BrightonSEO.
6. And finally, Stacey MacNaught gives a few thoughts on the challenges of recruiting in the industry.
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