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Top 5 Ways to Analyze Your Website: SEMrush

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In this presentation learn the basics of using SEMrush to measure your website and online presence.

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Top 5 Ways to Analyze Your Website: SEMrush

  1. 1. The Top 5 Ways to Analyze Your Website & Online Presence 5. SEMrush
  2. 2. What is SEMrush? • With SEMrush you can; – Conduct keyword research
  3. 3. What is SEMrush? • With SEMrush you can; – Conduct keyword research – Analyze pay-per-click keyword opportunities
  4. 4. What is SEMrush? • With SEMrush you can; – Conduct keyword research – Analyze pay-per-click keyword opportunities – Audit your website for technical issues
  5. 5. What is SEMrush? • With SEMrush you can; – Conduct keyword research – Analyze pay-per-click keyword opportunities – Audit your website for technical issues – Track your websites rank and online performance
  6. 6. What is SEMrush? • With SEMrush you can; – Conduct keyword research – Analyze pay-per-click keyword opportunities – Audit your website for technical issues – Track your websites rank and online performance – Analyze your competitors online strategies and results
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  14. 14. What to Check • If you have the budget to purchase a monthly subscription ($69.95), use SEMrush like Google Analytics and follow the same daily, weekly and monthly pattern as Matthew outlined.
  15. 15. What to Check • If you have the budget to purchase a monthly subscription ($69.95), use SEMrush like Google Analytics and follow the same daily, weekly and monthly pattern as Matthew outlined. • Otherwise, sign up for a demo at a time when you are making or thinking about making significant website changes to inform those changes .
  16. 16. One Time: What We Recommend You Look At • Overview • Organic Research>Positions • Organic Research>Competitors • Organic Research>Competitors>Click on 1 competitor • Advertising Research>Positions • Advertising Research>Competitors • Advertising Research>Competitors>Click on 1 competitor • Backlinks>Overview • Keyword Research>Overview • Keyword Research>Full search
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