Copying competitors is dangerous if you dont have competitive intelligence. In this +semrush blog post I look at how you can gain detailed competitor intelligence on:
- SEO and keywords
- content marketing
- ad strategy
- influencer sharing
I also show how you can set up real time alerts to track mentions and new links.
Be great to get your thoughts and feedback.
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- Pressed Media LtdCreative Director, 2014 - present
- Saint Mary's University2006 - 2010
- UCE Birmingham1998 - 1999
- University of Wolverhampton1994 - 1998
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