What You May Have Missed: Moz Resources to Prioritize Community Learning and Professional Development in 2020

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It goes without saying that 2020 has been a wild ride. If you’re like me, you’ve missed some exciting word or even taken some time away from all things digital when it felt like the world was just too much. At Moz, we created a lot of helpful material in 2020, publishing parish aids, reports, and navigates across topics like neighbourhood SEO analytics, adversary analysis, keyword investigate, expedition handling, and more. With all that coming your road, there’s bound to be some oversight. Here’s a summary of what you might have missed in the chaos that has been 2020.

The State of Local SEO Industry Report 2020

The State of Local SEO Industry Report 2020 provides a snapshot of neighbourhood SEO — both before and during COVID-1 9 — helping you understand the trends, theories, and biggest challenges shaping your work in the brand-new decade.

We found that 43% of respondents imagined there weren’t fairly quality resources to train squads and buyers. That revelation led to some of the resources we created this year, and those we’ll be propelling in early 2021.

How to Rank on Google

The freshly updated How to Rank on Google 25 -step master checklist saunters you through how to grade a page, from sheet ideation all the way to traffic pouring into your Google Analytics account. This framework for beginner to intermediate SEOs adds everything you need to get started.

The Keyword Research Master Guide

The Keyword Research Master Guide helps you understand exactly what material to create to best are to achieve business goals and target related congestion. This navigate caters concrete keyword research workflows that act as a practical home to start, and introduces intermediate and advanced SEO techniques that will help you strengthened in your keyword activity.

The Web Developer’s SEO Cheat Sheet

An promoted web dev cheat sheet, this updated resource has been downloaded dozens of thousands of experiences by SEOs and makes alike, to better align on the goals between the two types of practitioners. It’s the go-to tool to explain technical and on-page best rehearses, and is easy to digest by all.

Other content you may have missed

Our favorite Marketing Scientist, Dr. Pete, wrote deep, technical investigate on Youtube and Google to understand how video is served in the SERP( shocker — we learned that there’s little room for tournament when it comes to video and Google ), as well as Google Core Update analyses to understand the impact and inferences of Google’s algorithm mutates.

In addition, we transitioned MozCon to a virtual pulpit, double-faced the number of attendees of previous years and providing the most cutting edge insights and strategies from heading purveyors across the country.

As most marketing use moved home due to lockdowns throughout the world, so too did our Whiteboard Friday episodes. These included videos from SEO expert Britney Muller’s home as she took us through a series of relation house gratuities and subterfuges, as well as guest presenters like Joy Hawkins, who showed us which GMB environments actually change ranking from her stopgap film set in her living room.

Moz’s commitment to the digital marketing community has helped the company thrive in a challenging time, but community-building signifies more than exactly business success. Moz has taken postures on diversity, equity, and inclusion by making a statement and taking action to support the Black Lives Matter fluctuation, publishing diversity and gender in SEO reports with Nicole DeLeon of North Star Inbound, and offsetting historic changes to the board of directors with the addition of Asia Orangio and Tara Reed.

As we turn the corner into 2021, we expect the challenges to continue, but is to be hoped that things to further improve. No is important that amazes the brand-new time has in store, we’ll be here to support you with resources and tools to help you improve your SEO proficiency and reach your goals. You’ll identify a new direction from Moz Academy, a guide on neighbourhood SEO, and much more. If you have any suggestions on what resources had helped to you, is letting us know in the comments below.

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