We've all run into the issue of compromising design for SEO, or vice-versa. Why is it that websites that look amazing typically offer little opportunity for on-page optimization? In today's post, Justin Taylor bridges the gap between design and SEO with a solution that makes both sides happy dance with joy!
Columnist Amy Bishop believes it's time to rethink the age-old strategy of a singular conversion point. Learn how to leverage your content to guide consumers through the purchase funnel while obtaining marketing insights that will help you drive sales.
There's plenty of excitement in the hours leading up to Prime Day, but one thing is for sure: Amazon is making a savvy business decision that further establishes the company as one of the most progressive brands.
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