One Simple Hack That’ll Boost Your Ecommerce Sales

One Simple Hack That’ll Boost Your Ecommerce Sales

There’s a little growth hack that every ecommerce site should be using. It’s the easiest hack… it doesn’t require money, you don’t need a following, and it works instantly. But you know what? No one is using it. Can you guess what it is? Well, I’ll give you hint… just look at the image above. It’s not related to SEO, paid ads, or anything else you are used to reading about here on the blog. The beautiful part about it…

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Backlinks: Your Free Link Analysis Tool

Backlinks: Your Free Link Analysis Tool

Please note that you may have to clear your browser cache to see the latest version of Ubersuggest. Do you want to know how many people are linking to you? Do you want to find more link opportunities? Well, I created a free backlink tool that will allow you to do that (and much more). I decided to call it Backlinks. And, as you may have guessed, I integrated it within Ubersuggest so that way you can do more within…

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Why You Shouldn’t Try to Rank #1 on Google

Why You Shouldn’t Try to Rank #1 on Google

Do you know what the number one email request I get is? Come on, take a guess. What do you think it is? Ok, its people asking me for money. But, do you know what the second most common email request I get is? Companies asking me to rank them number 1 on Google for a specific term. And I have to say, it’s a big waste of time for you to focus all of your energy on ranking number 1…

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17 Charts That Show Where Social Media is Heading

17 Charts That Show Where Social Media is Heading

You already know it’s harder to get traffic from the social web unless you spend money on ads. There’s nothing new with that fact… just look at the graph above: It breaks down how the average number of social shares per blog post has been dying year over year. But the reality is you can’t ignore platforms like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube or any other new contender that comes out and gains traction. These social sites command so much…

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DIS Faculty Awarded Grant from Novo Nordisk Foundation

DIS Faculty Awarded Grant from Novo Nordisk Foundation

Kristine Freude has received a grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for her project: “Investigation of Microglia in Sporadic Alzheimer’s Disease as Proinflammatory Drivers in Patient Derived Cell Models (GliAD).” Her team is researching a hereditary form of dementia which affects the brain’s frontal lobes. People with this unique type of dementia start to see the effects of the disease in their 50s – much earlier than other forms of dementia. For the study, Freude is using DNA from a…

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How to Create a Global SEO Strategy

How to Create a Global SEO Strategy

As a child, I did everything that most kids did. I played outside with friends, I watched a lot of TV, I loved eating cereal for breakfast, and I went to school. My childhood wasn’t too much different than yours. But there was one thing that was a bit unique. I grew up watching Bloomberg before I went to school. Now, I don’t want you to think I was some child prodigy because I wasn’t. The only reason I watched…

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DIS Acquires New Kollegiums in Copenhagen

DIS Acquires New Kollegiums in Copenhagen

DIS currently owns and operates five Kollegiums: Langebro, Mønten, Stadsgraven, Nimbus, and Tåsinge. The new acquisitions of Stadsgraven and Mønten are part of the DIS initiative to cultivate intercultural exchange between DIS students and local students. Stadsgraven Kollegium is currently being renovated and will be home to 150 students starting in the summer of 2020. Mønten Kollegium is located very close to Stadsgraven in Amager. DIS acquired Mønten on January 1 of this year. The Kollegium opened in mid-January and…

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DIS Joins The Fund for Education Abroad

DIS Joins The Fund for Education Abroad

The Fund for Education Abroad (FEA) is a non-profit organization, which provides scholarships to minority, first-generation, and other types of underrepresented students in the U.S. DIS recently joined FEA’s Access Partners. Each Access Partner pledges $5,000 per semester to support FEA scholarship applicants participating in their programs.   We are proud to join forces with FEA and the many Access Partners who share our belief in the expansive experiences that international educational offers as well as our longstanding commitment to…

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17 Charts That Show Where Content Marketing is Heading

17 Charts That Show Where Content Marketing is Heading

I started content marketing in the early days. So early that when I first met the WordPress founder, he had just raised $1.1 million for WordPress. Fast forward to today and WordPress is worth over a billion dollars. Similarly, when I first started with content marketing, there were less than 30 million blogs that existed and now there are over a billion. In other words, things have changed drastically and now it’s what more competitive. We are at a point…

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Recent Academic Seminar Asks: “Can we trust science?”

Recent Academic Seminar Asks: “Can we trust science?”

The seminar centered on the following question: ‘How many scientific studies, often assumed to be part of a laboriously accumulated body of knowledge, do actually hold if we revisit them?’ Anna is a member of an international, cross-disciplinary group of researchers attempting to replicate previously published studies to assess what credence we should give to various scientific findings. I don’t think the main explanation of false claims – and by that I mainly mean false positive claims – in scientific…

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