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Discover the content marketing and social media ecosystems and how these interconnected channels drive search results to a website. Leverage content marketing and social media as part of your SEO strategy, and how to use influence marketing to establish a website’s authority....



6. Aug. 2019

Very helpful course and challenging. Advanced content and social tactics are one of the most important and crucial skills in SEO and they have explained and carried out the course really well.


26. März 2017

Great course. Huge amount of content. Lecturers are easy to listen to. Be sure to allow enough time for the reading and major assignments. The readings take much longer than indicated.

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von Deleted A

11. Mai 2019

Too much theory

von Ms. D B

11. Mai 2020

Great course.


17. Mai 2021

Thanks a lot

von IVAN S

22. Sep. 2020

nice course!

von dipannita m

15. Sep. 2020

Great course

von le q m

13. Mai 2020

great course

von ian p

29. Okt. 2017

great course

von Jose D O G

2. Feb. 2017

Geat course!

von Jay K S

19. Juli 2020

Good Course

von shubham y

27. Juni 2020

good course

von Amr A

18. Jan. 2017


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28. Apr. 2021


von Daniel D

30. März 2021


von ibrahim a

7. Sep. 2020

thank you

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15. Juli 2020


von Dipesh I

28. Juni 2017

thank you


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von Vinzenz v K

30. Aug. 2021

T​he part about targeted advertisement seems outdated or does not fit from my point of view into white hat strategies. While in the video it is advised to gather mail addresses from various sources and to use them in a custom audience files for Facebook targeted ads, the this practice is not allowed in all countries (like Germany). Even in the terms of Facebook, check (first point). It simply requires that the persons on such lists have agreed (opt-in). It would not surprise me if this practice even would violate European data security laws and the law against unfair competition in Germany.

von Ilya I

7. März 2017

One piece of improvement is to stream line the peer graded assignment. I noticed a slight disconnect between the writing prompt and the grading rubric particularly around the implementation of metrics to track success of content improvement initiatives. What would be wrong to use the grading rubric as a baseline for the writing prompt that can be used as a guideline for student to follow when drafting his response. This would save a lot of back and forth between submitting a blank sheet of work in order to see how the grading is set up, then going back to adjust the original work to make it fit the grading sheet.