How to Create Client SEO Reports Which Break the Fourth Wall

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There is a term called “breaking the fourth wall” which refers to the imaginary wall between a theater stage and the audience of a performance. Normally, it’s like a real wall because the actors and actresses never acknowledge the existence of the audience until the applause at the final curtain call. But some, such as the playwright who called himself Shakespeare, have been very good at directly communicating with the audience during a performance. This can make an actor, play, movie or TV show very popular. If you watched the “Deadpool” or “House of Cards” or “Fight Club”, then you have witnessed the breaking of the fourth wall. Marketers use this term to show that one must effectively talk directly to the consumer when presenting products and services.
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How to Succeed In Enterprise SEO With WebCEO

In 2015, Search Engine Land has featured WebCEO in its famous Enterprise SEO Tools Guide. This is quite an honor. Here is a synopsis of key features that got our service listed as best-of-breed enterprise-level SEO tools software.

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Web CEO: An Insider’s View of Our SEO Platform Development

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Inspired by one of our customer’s detailed and sharp-eyed Web CEO review we decided to return good for good. Thank you, Brian and each of our 1+ million users, you help the Web CEO team to make our software (cloud and desktop) work well and even better for you.
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WebCEO Review: API Integration

Today we are proud to share the WebCEO review provided by DJ Kennedy, TechWyse Internet Marketing  CEO and AdLuge founder. As with any client-oriented company, we are happy to see our customers satisfied with our products and do our best to improve WebCEO every day.

Before Web CEO, reporting on keyword rankings was laborious, inaccurate and increasingly unreliable. We found that gathering this data ourselves wasn’t going to scale as we expanded our client-base and subsequently the number of reports we needed.

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