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Featured Blog Posts

A small sampling of expert advice and insight from Portent's digital marketing blog.

SEO

How to Structure Your Site’s Navigation for SEO and UX

It struck me recently that while we <em>frequently</em> advise our clients and partners on the SEO potential held in their site’s global navigation, how to structure site nav for SEO and UX benefit is something a lot of marketers don’t immediately consider. And that’s a problem. My hope after you read this post is that

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