Landing pages are primarily created to achieve a specific goal, increase the conversion rates and generate more leads. They enable you to direct your visitor’s attention exclusively on whatever action you want them to take, that eventually helps you to capture their details through an attractive lead-capture form.
So if you are running a PPC campaign, promoting a product or running a blog site, you need to create focused landing pages. Typically, a landing page builder should be easy to use, feature-rich, uncomplicated as well as affordable.
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SpyFu and SEMrush are 2 of the top tools for organic and paid search research. But which one is better?
It kind of depends on what you need as features as both have their own benefits and drawbacks.
SEMrush is powerful organic keyword research tool and backlink analysis tools while SPyfu is better with PPC based keyword & competitor analysis.
SEMRush review has been covered in great detail at my websites. In this article, I would try to compare Spyfu with Semrush based on my experience with both of them.
Now let’s take a deeper look into each tool.
Actively exploited Shoplift bug in Magento could compromise personal and credit card data on a very large scale.
The ebay owned web ecommerce platform Magento has recently discovered a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability or “shoplift bug” in its core code that can lead to complete compromise of any Magento-based store.
More than 200,000 online stores using Magento are at high risk because attackers can gain complete control with administrator access.
Another critical Zero-Day Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in WordPress was announced and patched on Monday, after fixing a similar flaw earlier this week.
The vulnerability, discovered by Finland based security firm Klikki Oy, gives full control to an attacker to the web server posing a critical threat to millions of sites that are powered by the popular content management system.