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Keyword Ranking: How to Track Your Keywords on Google (with Semrush)

Tracking your keyword ranking can help you stay on top of your strategy. In this guide, we‘ll show you the best tips and tools for tracking your rankings.

Assessing the Aftermath of Google’s June 2021 Core Update

On June 2, Google announced its first core algorithm update for 2021. We at Semrush have monitored changes within both mobile and desktop stats and are ready to share the results: check which industries seem to be SERP winners and losers, and which websites seem to be the most affected ones.

How to Submit a Sitemap to Google

Submitting a sitemap directly helps Google’s crawl bots index your site and determine its relevance. We‘ll share how to submit your sitemap to Google.

How to Create a Content Hub: 2021 Guide (+ Examples)

Being able to build a high-performing content hub is essential in 2021. Explore the 8 key steps to creating a successful content hub and best structure examples.

How to Use Semrush for Content Marketing: 7 Ways You Didn’t Know About

Explore the top 7 (less known) ways content marketers can use Semrush to boost their content marketing efforts in 2021.

Semrush Backlinks Update 2021: How We Built a New Backlinks Tool

About a year and a half ago we set a goal to build the largest, fastest-updating and highest quality backlink database. Now that we’ve hit our goal we can’t wait for you to test it out yourself!

Welcome to the Fastest Backlink Discovery Tool Ever

It’s 2021, you need your digital marketing to move fast. To help you find, report and manage backlinks, Semrush is launching the fastest backlink analytics checker in the market.

2 Sitemap Examples: The Different Types of Sitemaps

In this guide, we’ll review the different types of website sitemaps, their benefits, and how to fix sitemap errors with the Site Audit tool.

What Is a Site Crawler? (How Do Site Crawlers Work?)

Site crawlers are integral to the process of indexing websites on search engines. We‘ll explain how they work, and how to make your site “crawler friendly.”

SEO A/B Split-Testing — Any Result Is a Good Result

There are no hard-and-fast rules when it comes to SEO. Each niche is different, and how Google understands intent changes based on a number of factors. In order to win in search, SEOs need to stop following trends and start doing more testing and research themselves. This is where split-testing comes in.

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