This SEO tool keeps your site one step ahead of the competition

This SEO tool keeps your site one step ahead of the competition
Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, has flourished into a hot topic amongst marketers and web developers aiming to promote their brands on the web. And, as more companies take their content online, competition to be on that first page of a Google search is growing.

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SE Ranking offers all the standard SEO tools, such as keyword position tracking and competitor research, while also including unique features like page changes monitoring and SEO ROI forecasts. With SE Ranking, you can learn which keywords your competitors are using in their ads and examine their budget, traffic, and the number of clicks their ads receive so that you can keep tabs on their performance.

Lifetime plans to SE Ranking are on sale for $49.99 in the Boing Boing Store.

MIT Tech Review’s Antonio Regalado rounds up the year’s stupidest, worst moments in tech, from the guy who created his own CRISPR-based gene therapy to beef up his muscles and injected it to Donald Trump’s Twitter feed to the FCC’s Net Neutrality catastrophe. Of course, Juicero rates a mention.

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Pundits suggest the “Weinstein moment” — a broader, deeper awareness of abusive conduct, sexual harassment and criminal sexuality — is already fading without significant change. Few of the offenders face consequences worse than losing a gig, and yesterday we learned The New York Times isn’t even up to that, letting its celebrity groper keep his […]

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Webflow’s history of the web is a Bayeaux Tapestry of obsolete virtues and current vices, a superimposition of new and old bad things. It’s a clever and very 2017 way to market a web design app that lets normal people keep making worthwhile mistakes on the web — a gateway to free expression — as […]

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