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March 31, 2015

It's official: Google's mobile-friendly algo update is rolling out on April 21st, and it will be even bigger than Panda and Penguin. And as the SEO PowerSuite team couldn't leave these changes unnoticed, today, we've prepared for you an actionable mobile-friendly checklist and 2 new features for mobile search in SEO PowerSuite.

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March 24, 2015

It's no secret Google uses hundreds of ranking factors to pick up relevant pages in response to user queries. And while the list of these factors is quite wide (with new ones being added constantly, like https or mobile-friendliness), all SEO experts agree that links remain the strongest quality signal to search engines, outweighing most other ranking factors.

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March 17, 2015

Wonder what's trending in SEO in 2015? We've got your back.
Does your keyword research still boil down to digging AdWords Keyword Planner for niche keywords, search volume and competition? Then it's just the time for you to introduce customer profiling into your keyword research workflow. Next time you revise your keyword list, try to understand your target audience.

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March 11, 2015

Backlink reports can be challenging. If you're running a report to attract a new client, it would have to concentrate on their backlink profile's weaknesses to convince them they require your services. A report you prepare for an existing customer, on the other hand, would need to emphasize their link profile's strengths to highlight the work you've done — and keep the client happy.

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March 03, 2015

Did you get a chance to play with the brand new drag-n-drop SEO reports in Rank Tracker? Those customizables keep getting thousands of thumb-ups from SEO PowerSuite users, so you'd better give them a go!
And what is more, on March 10th, these fully custom, totally editable and so fab-looking reports are going public in SEO SpyGlass (WebSite Auditor and LinkAssistant are to follow in a couple of weeks).

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February 24, 2015

We've partnered with a reliable private proxies provider, Squid Proxies, and negotiated an exclusive 30%-off discount on all Squid Proxies packages for you, which means that now you can get quality proxies (to use in SEO PowerSuite or for any other activities) at the lowest price on the market.

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February 17, 2015

Meet SEO reports that are all you wish they were. Every bit.
With SEO PowerSuite's new reports, you have the final say. The tools' reporting functionality lets you take full charge of the data you're reporting on and the way it's presented. The brand new drag'n'drop reports are out today in Rank Tracker, and we can't wait for you to test-drive these customizables!

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February 10, 2015

Do you create content, but don't know how it affects your marketing bottom-line? This guide is for you!
In recent years, content marketing has become a separate channel. Yet this has brought new challenges, and many people are asking themselves: Which content performance metrics do I track? How do I align content analytics with my goals? How do I spend less time gathering data?

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February 03, 2015

With the exhaustive amount of data you get in SEO PowerSuite, it can be hard to keep all the terminology in mind. To help you get the most of your SEO data, we threw together a complete list of terms used in all four SEO PowerSuite apps. Should you ever forget what Reach, KEI, or Penalty Risk stand for, simply jump to this page for a quick reference!

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January 27, 2015

Last week, Google sent tons of warnings to websites that have "critical mobile usability errors".
Although these were just warnings and they don't mean a penalty, it may be high time to refresh your knowledge of what makes for a mobile-friendly site and get a mobile plan before Google gets more serious about it (before it adds more weight to the mobile-friendliness ranking factor).

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