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TOP 10 HART PEOPLE IN THE WORLD

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Hart's Top 10 (from the 1992 edition)RankNameTime FrameImageOccupationInfluence1Muhammadc. 570–632Secular and religious leaderThe central human figure of Islam, regarded by Muslims as a prophet of God and the last messenger. Also active as a social reformerdiplomatmerchantphilosopheroratorlegislatormilitary leader, humanitarian, philanthropist.2Isaac Newton1643–1727ScientistEnglish physicist, mathematician, astronomer, natural philosopher, alchemist, and theologian. His law of universal gravitation and three laws of motion laid the groundwork for classical mechanics.3Jesus Christ7–2 BC – 26–36 ADSpiritual leaderThe central figure of Christianity, revered by Christians as the Son of God and the incarnation of God. Also regarded as a major prophet in Islam.4Buddha563–483 BCSpiritual leaderSpiritual teacher and philosopher from ancient India. Founder of Buddhism and is also considered a

Digital Marketing Q&A Learn Google Digital Garage and Digital Marketing Skill via Question and Answer

Get discovered with search Question1. Which of the following factors should you consider when optimising your website for search engines?

A. Colour scheme
B. Recycled content
C. Inspiring business name
D. Site popularity

Question 2. What should be the first step of a structured SEO plan?

A. Identifying your ad budget
B. Buying an analytics software
C. Setting up your presence on social media sites
D. Keyword research


Question 3. When it comes to search ads, which of the following could dictate how an ad will perform against a competitor?

A. Social media following
B. Bid value
C. Domain authority
D. Average number of visitors to the company's website



Question 4. Fill in the blank: Short strings of specific keywords with low search volume are called ___________.

A. Long-hair keywords
B. Long-tail keywords
C. High-relevance keywords
D. Top-tail keywords

Question 5. Which of the following would be an ideal goal for an SEO plan?
That's not quite right, have another try. SEO is all about driving relevant…

Make search work for you

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MAKE SURE CUSTOMERS FIND YOU ONLINE: MODULE 2/4Make search work for you Question 1Which of the following page titles would be most suitable for a website page describing a store's return policy? AHow to Send Stuff BackB[Company Name's] Return Policy

Get started with search

FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL MARKETING: MODULE 5/26Get started with search Question 1Why are search engines a great place for a business to be found? APeople pay to use search engines, so there is a wealthy customer base thereBPeople who search are actively looking for information, products or services