14 Marketing Strategies that Established Ahrefs as a Market Leader in SEO Software

If you’ve spent any time in SEO or digital marketing, you’ve heard of Ahrefs.

Even if you don’t work in the marketing space, you might have heard of the Singapore-based SEO software that recently crossed $100 million in ARR, and is a clear market leader in the space.

What’s most impressive is that they’ve done it with no funding. They’re entirely bootstrapped. And they’ve done it in just a little more than ten years.

Their growth has come as a result of an awesome product and brilliant marketing.

We got the chance to speak with their CMO, and have spent a few weeks diving deep into their marketing strategy.

In this post, we’ll look at some of the tactics that have led to their success.

One quick note: Ahrefs is a SaaS product. Some of what we’ll cover here are marketing tactics specific to software, but the majority of the wisdom and insight from Ahrefs’ journey can be applied to any B2B (and even some to B2C) company as well.

We’ve broken down their best strategies and approaches into a few categories:

The Foundations:

A Big Focus on Content Marketing and (Really) Great Content:

A Big Investment in Intentional Sponsorships:

Strategic & Creative Marketing Plays:

Let’s get into it.

The Foundations

1. An Exceptional Product

Before we even get into their marketing, we have to start with their product.

It’s the only foundation from which any kind of marketing tactic or strategy will work.

You can do whatever you want to win customers, but if the product / service doesn’t meet their expectations – even the best marketing strategy crumbles.

From the very beginning, Ahrefs has prioritized product. They’ve committed to a database of rich, frequently-updated data, setting a new standard in SEO software where competitors lagged early on. This commitment to fresh, comprehensive data is foundational to Ahrefs’ market dominance.

And they’ve continued to improve their product over time: regularly rolling out updates, new features, and improving the user experience. 

Ahrefs exemplifies the power of a product that doesn’t just meet but exceeds market expectations, making it not only a marketable product but an indispensable tool for SEO professionals. 

How to Prioritize Your Product Like Ahrefs

  • Commit to Continuous Improvement: This involves not only refining the existing features but also innovating and adding new functionalities that align with evolving market demands. The same applies to service-based businesses – continuous improvement is not optional.
  • Listen to Your Customers: This means actively seeking out and valuing user opinions, addressing their pain points, and adapting your product or service to meet their evolving needs. The key is to view your product through the eyes of your users, making sure it not only solves their problems but delights in the process.
  • Build and Maintain Industry Credibility: Establishing a reputable brand like Ahrefs involves more than just a great product; it requires getting your product into the hands of the right people and cultivating industry credibility. We’ll touch on this more below.

2. A Fierce Commitment to the SEO Community

Ahrefs stands apart in the SEO landscape with their fierce commitment to the SEO community.

It’s common marketing knowledge that narrowing your audience is a good idea. But unlike many of their competitors who have been diversifying into all-in-one marketing platforms, Ahrefs remains steadfast as a specialized SEO tool. 

This isn’t about playing it safe; it’s a deliberate choice to continue building a standout product for one specific community.

Their approach is deeply rooted in understanding the SEO community’s specific needs and nuances. From the beginning, Ahrefs has been immersed in the SEO world, earning trust and credibility through their super-focused product.

How to Define and Narrow Your Audience Like Ahrefs

If you’re still in the development / beginning stages: Immerse yourself in the audience you’re considering: It’s one thing to have some formal market research and competitive analysis done. It’s another thing entirely to truly be immersed in the community you’re thinking about targeting. It helps you understand nuance, appropriate tone, and their real needs.

If you’ve already launched / are already established: Always be analyzing your user / customer base. Interview customers regularly. What are their needs, wants, desires, aspirations, and challenges? What aspects of your product do they use regularly and which sit idle? Be just as much of an expert on your audience as you are on your product.

A Huge Focus on Content Marketing and Their Blog

Ahrefs has always placed a big focus on content marketing. Their blog has become the industry standard for great SEO content, blending expert insights with next-level readability and design. 

Here are a few tenants that have made their approach to content marketing such a big piece of their growth:

3. An Incredibly High Bar for Content

Every post you’ll find on their blog is:

  1. Full of expertise and value.
  2. Incredibly easy to read.

They place a high value on expertise and on UX / readability. And they don’t publish until the piece is near-perfect.

That combination is pretty rare, but it’s what it takes if content is going to be a central piece of your marketing. 

Their blog is a masterpiece on readability and value. They use different widgets to build credibility through social proof, were one of the first to implement a sticky sidebar sub-menu, and they create all their own graphics to visualize concepts. 

You’ll find a lot of these graphics all across the internet (with backlinks) because they’re so helpful.

Their content has played a big role in establishing them not only as one of the best tools on the market – but also as one of the most trusted brands.

How to Write Epic Content Like Ahrefs

  • Take Your Time: Plenty of brands set a content quota and try to hit it at all costs. It results in sub-par content going live week after week, and although they wind up with big blogs, very few of their posts are really valuable. Take your time on your content.
  • Use An Editorial Process: Get multiple eyeballs on your articles before they go live. Try to have a subject-matter expert review it for accuracy as well as a solid editor for grammar and flow.
  • Hire a UX Designer to Make it Awesome: If you think your blog could use some help in the user experience arena, don’t be afraid to pay for someone to help you make your blog awesome. If you plan to use content to fuel your growth – opposed to just keeping a blog because it seems like everyone else is – then the investment will be worth it.

4. Product-Led Content: Blending Insight with Product Promotion

Ahrefs has mastered the art of product-led content. 

They seamlessly showcase their product in nearly every single one of their blogs. Whether using their software within a how-to, displaying SEO data to backup points, or highlighting a feature that’s pertinent to the topic being covered.

But here’s the special part: It’s never a stretch. It never feels like a humble-brag.

How do they do that?

When they’re writing on a particular problem, some aspect of their product is almost always part of the solution:

  • Learning how to do keyword research? Here’s how to do it using our product (which is one of the best for it).
  • Curious about the average number of backlinks for most websites? Here’s the data according to our product (which by the way has the biggest database of backlinks).

This speaks again to the importance of having a great product. But it also speaks to a unique system called the Business Potential Score they use to evaluate their blog posts during the editorial process. 

This score measures the likelihood of the content prompting readers to sign up for their product. 

  • A Score of 3 = The content presents our product as an indispensable solution to a problem. 
  • A Score of 2 = Our product is helpful, but not the only solution to the problem.
  • A Score of 1 = Minimal relevance of the product to the problem addressed in the blog.

This scoring system ensures Ahrefs maintains a high bar for content relevancy. They aim for a consistent 3, ensuring their posts aren’t just informative, but also perfectly aligned with their product. 

Even if it means revisiting and tweaking initial blog topics, Ahrefs is committed to producing content that not only educates but also intuitively leads readers to their product as the ultimate solution.

How to Seamlessly Blend Product Into Content

  • Integrate Your Product into Content Naturally: Ensure your product is an organic part of your content. Use it as a practical example, showcase real-world applications, or highlight specific features that solve the problems discussed in your content. This integration should feel seamless, adding value to the reader while subtly promoting your product.
  • Develop a Content Relevance Scoring System: Adopt a system like Ahrefs’ Business Potential Score to assess the alignment of your content with your product’s capabilities. This ensures that your content consistently relates back to your product in a meaningful way, driving home the point of your product being a viable solution.
  • Revise Content to Elevate Product Relevance: Be willing to revisit and revise your content topics to ensure high product relevance. Aim for a high relevance score by choosing topics that naturally lend themselves to demonstrating your product’s strengths, making your content a powerful tool for product promotion and user education.
  • Give Your Product Team Feedback: If your marketing team is struggling to find content topics where they naturally showcase your product, maybe your product needs some work.

5. Creating Content Around Proprietary Data

Ahrefs takes their wealth of data on websites, keywords, and backlinks and turns it into content gold. By creating content centered around their proprietary data, they don’t just answer industry questions – they set the standard for data-driven insights. 

This approach does a few things:

  1. It positions Ahrefs as an undisputed authority in the SEO space. 
  2. It highlights the power of their product.
  3. It helps them pick up tons of backlinks (research and first-party data are the best sources to cite in articles).

The key takeaway here isn’t just the volume of data Ahrefs has, but how they use it to create compelling content. You don’t have to have a huge proprietary database of any kind – even small businesses with seemingly limited data – like a local chiropractor or physiotherapy clinic – can adopt a similar strategy. Imagine utilizing years of patient data to craft a piece on the most common ailments in Singapore and the best treatments for each. 

Every business sitting on historical data has a treasure trove for content creation. It’s just about seeing the stories within the data and presenting them in a way that resonates with your audience.

How to Use First-Hand Data and Research to Create Compelling Content

  • Uncover Unique Insights from Your Data: Delve into your first-hand data to extract unique insights, trends, or patterns that offer value to your audience. Highlighting these exclusive findings in your content not only captivates readers but also establishes your brand as a credible source of original information.
  • Tell a Story with Your Data: Convert your data and research into compelling narratives. Use it to tell stories that resonate with your audience, whether it’s revealing industry trends, addressing common challenges, or showcasing success stories. This approach makes your content more relatable and engaging.
  • Use Data to Back Up Claims and Enhance Authority: Even if you don’t create entire pieces or campaigns around your data, you can at least leverage your data to support claims or advice in your content. For example, a construction company writing a blog on the best materials to use could cite their average expenses on different types of material, or reference how many of their projects in the last 5 years used x material.

6. Content Silos Across Different Platforms

This is pretty unique. Ahrefs smartly segments their content across various platforms, ensuring each channel serves a distinct purpose.

It allows them to maintain the integrity and focus of their primary blog while reaching diverse audiences. Here’s how they’ve cleverly distributed their content:

  1. The Ahrefs Blog – Long-form SEO Content: The Ahrefs blog remains the cornerstone for in-depth SEO education. It’s where they publish comprehensive, long-form content that delves deep into SEO strategies, trends, and insights. This platform is perfect for readers who seek thorough understanding and expert analysis.
  2. The Ahrefs YouTube Channel – Snack-Sized SEO Tips and Tricks: Ahrefs also operates a separate YouTube channel focused on short, engaging SEO tips and tricks. This format is ideal for delivering quick, practical advice in a way that’s easily digestible for the YouTube audience.
  3. SaaS Marketing YouTube Channel: Ahrefs leverages this YouTube channel to share insights into SaaS marketing, largely based on Tim’s experience growing Ahrefs.
  4. Tech Blog on Medium: With such an incredible product, Ahrefs’ dev team has a wealth of knowledge to share. Most of these topics are too technical for the main blog but still valuable. Ahrefs uses Medium to house this content.

This approach keeps their primary blog focused strictly on their primary SEO content, while still creating space to reach some of the more specific corners of their audience.

Should You Silo Your Content Onto Different Platforms?

  • Assess Your Audience Segments and Their Preferences: Understand the different segments of your audience and their content consumption habits. Analyze which platforms your target audience frequents and the type of content they engage with on each platform. This assessment will help determine if a content silo approach is suitable and how it might be structured.
  • Evaluate Your Content Diversity and Suitability: Review the range of topics and types of content your business produces. Determine if certain topics are better suited for specific platforms based on their format and depth. For instance, longer-form articles might be more appropriate for your blog, while short, engaging videos fit well on YouTube.
  • Consider Resource Allocation and Management: Implementing a content silo strategy requires dedicated resources for each content type and platform. Evaluate if your team has the capacity to manage multiple content streams effectively without compromising quality. If resources are limited, prioritizing the most impactful platforms and content types would be more beneficial.

Strategic Sponsorships

7. Diversified Sponsorships

Ahrefs’ takes a calculated, intentional approach to sponsorships. Rather than pouring funds into a few high-profile sponsorships, they’ve diversified, spreading their investments across various mediums and campaign types. This kind of allocation has enabled them to tap into a wide array of audiences, each with different preferences and influences.

Their sponsorship portfolio covers videos, podcasts, events, newsletters, blogs, and social media marketing campaigns. By targeting these different channels, Ahrefs ensures a broad yet targeted reach, appealing to a diverse set of potential users. This variety isn’t just about reaching more people; it’s about connecting with them in the environments where they are most receptive.

Through this multifaceted sponsorship approach, Ahrefs effectively maximizes their visibility and impact, reaching audiences across a spectrum of platforms and content types.

Should You Diversify Your Sponsorships or Go All In on a Few?

  • Evaluate Your Marketing Goals and Audience Reach: Consider whether your primary objective is broad-brand awareness or targeted engagement. Diversifying sponsorships like Ahrefs is effective for wide-reaching brand exposure across varied audiences. However, concentrating your budget on a few key sponsorships might be more impactful if your goal is deep engagement with a specific audience segment.
  • Assess Your Budget and ROI Expectations: Smaller, strategic sponsorships can be more budget-friendly and offer a spread of opportunities to gauge ROI across different channels. On the other hand, investing in a few high-profile sponsorships can potentially yield higher individual returns but requires a larger upfront investment and carries higher risk.
  • Consider Content and Platform Synergy: Examine the alignment between the content of the sponsorship platforms and your product or service. A diverse approach works well if your product appeals to a broad audience across various platforms. Conversely, focusing on a few sponsorships is ideal if there are specific platforms or content types that strongly resonate with your core audience.

8. Product-Awareness and Education-Driven Sponsorships

Ahrefs does a lot of brand awareness-type sponsorships. This is not unique. 

But they also budget regularly for product-awareness or “education-driven” sponsorships.

Their brand awareness sponsorship appeals to a broad audience, most of which is probably not in-market for their product.But this kind of product-awareness sponsorship gets their product in front of people who may very well be nearing the decision stage.

For example, they may feature a blog on 10 Ways to Drive Search Traffic to Your Website, where 6 of the 10 tips feature the Ahrefs toolset.

Here’s another example of a Search Engine Journal piece they sponsored:

This type of sponsorship is far more intentional, and far more likely to generate real leads and signups compared to just throwing your logo onto a big event.

How to Weave Your Product Into Your Sponsorships

  • Choose Sponsorship Platforms Aligned with Your Product: Select platforms and sponsorship opportunities that naturally align with your product’s use case and audience. For instance, sponsoring webinars, tutorials, or industry-specific content can provide the perfect setting to educate potential customers about your product’s features and benefits in a relevant context.
  • Create Custom Content that Highlights Product Utility: Develop custom content for your sponsorships that showcases your product in action. This could be in the form of case studies, product walkthroughs, or problem-solving scenarios relevant to the sponsorship audience. The content should demonstrate how your product addresses specific needs or adds value in a practical, relatable way.
  • Leverage Sponsorships for Demonstrations and Trials: Use the sponsorship opportunity to offer product demonstrations, free trials, or exclusive offers. This approach gives potential customers a hands-on experience with your product, allowing them to understand its utility and effectiveness firsthand, which can significantly boost product-specific awareness and interest.

9. Crushing Event Sponsorships

Ahrefs’ approach to event sponsorships is a textbook example of getting the most bang for their buck. They don’t just show up at events; they make their presence felt in every possible way. Here’s a glimpse at how they’ve turned event sponsorships into an art form.

High-Quality Swag and Booth Presence

Ahrefs understands the power of memorable swag and booth presence. By providing high-quality, useful items – and by having a memorable booth – they ensure continued brand visibility long after the event.

Creative Branding Touches

Their creative touch, like the fun “SEO stats” on coffee cups at BrightonSEO, adds a unique flair that sets them apart and engages attendees in an unexpected, delightful way.

Engaging and Educational Workshops

Ahrefs leverages these events not just for promotion but also occasionally for product education and awareness. Their workshops are planned to showcase their product’s capabilities while providing valuable insights to the audience. This approach positions them as thought leaders and educators, not just vendors.

Through these strategies, Ahrefs doesn’t just participate in events; they create memorable experiences that enhance their brand value and deepen their engagement with the community.

How to Crush Event Sponsorships Like Ahrefs

  • Don’t Skimp on the Swag: Choose swag that’s not only practical and appealing but also creatively represents your brand. The more likely someone is to use or wear your swag after the event, the more likely your brand will continue to get awareness post-event.
  • Host Interactive and Educational Sessions: Look for events that will allow you to host a workshop or seminar that offers real value to the attendees. Focus on educating them about your industry or product in an engaging way. 
  • Create Opportunities for Networking and Community Building: Utilize your sponsorship to facilitate networking opportunities, like hosting a mixer or a roundtable discussion. These spaces can foster community engagement, offering a more intimate setting for attendees to connect with each other and with your brand.

Other Strategic and Creative Ahrefs Marketing Plays

10. Subtle and Affordable Influencer Marketing

Ahrefs has a knack for using swag effectively in their influencer marketing strategy. By gifting carefully selected, branded items to industry influencers, they create a ripple effect of brand exposure and endorsement. 

Here’s how they do it:

  1. Thoughtful Selection of Swag Items: Ahrefs doesn’t just send out generic swag; they choose items that resonate with their audience. From programming playing cards to branded socks and mugs, each item is not only practical but also has a cool factor that appeals to their tech-savvy community.
  2. Targeting the Right Influencers: Ahrefs strategically selects influencers who are not only popular but also genuinely connected to the SEO and tech community. This ensures that the swag reaches individuals who are likely to appreciate it and are influential in spaces where Ahrefs’ target audience is active.
  3. Encouraging Social Media Shares: The uniqueness and quality of the swag often lead these influencers to share their gifts on social media platforms like Twitter. These organic posts act as authentic endorsements, extending Ahrefs’ brand reach. The influencers’ followers get a glimpse of Ahrefs’ brand personality, which can lead to increased interest and engagement.

The brilliance of this strategy is that it’s influencer marketing at its best – but it’s not truly “influencer marketing” is it? These aren’t official partnerships or sponsorship – but the result is nearly the same as paying someone to make a sponsored post for you.

Skip paying for a sponsored post, send someone some much more affordable swag (though it’s very high quality), and get the same reach.

How to Do Subtle Influencer Marketing Like Ahrefs

  • Choose Influencers Aligned with Your Brand Values: Choose influencers who not only have a significant following but also share your brand’s ethos and connect genuinely with your audience. This alignment ensures that any promotion feels authentic and resonates more strongly with both your and the influencer’s audience.
  • Provide Value-Added, Unique Products or Experiences: Instead of overt promotions, focus on offering influencers unique, value-added products or experiences that they would be excited to share with their followers. This could be exclusive access to your product, custom-made items, or a unique brand experience that naturally encourages sharing.
  • Encourage Organic and Authentic Sharing: Allow influencers the freedom to share their true experience with your product or brand in their own voice. Avoid overly scripted or promotional content; instead, encourage honest, organic content that reflects their real opinion and experience, fostering authenticity and trust.

11. Offering Free Tools as Entry Points

Ahrefs has had an interesting history with free trials and free products.

They used to offer a free trial, shifted to a $7 free trial, and then due to how much it was getting abused, they nixed it.

But they continue to offer free products as free entry points to their product.

By providing users with access to scaled-down or limited versions of their key features at no cost, Ahrefs not only showcases the value of its tools but also piques user interest in their full capabilities. This approach allows potential customers to experience Ahrefs’ solution first-hand, serving as a tantalizing preview of what lies within their more comprehensive paid plans.

These free tools are also significant traffic drivers for Ahrefs. By attracting users seeking free SEO solutions, Ahrefs effectively broadens its brand exposure and increases website traffic. This influx of new “users” creates a fertile ground for nurturing potential leads.

As users begin to recognize the utility and sophistication of these tools, even in their limited form, the likelihood of them considering a full subscription increases.

Should You Offer A Free Trial, Limited Access, etc…?

  • Assess the Potential for Lead Generation and Conversion: Consider whether offering free trials or limited access could effectively attract new users and convert them into paying customers. Evaluate if the taste of your product’s capabilities can entice users to upgrade for more comprehensive features.
  • Balance Value Offered with Business Sustainability: Determine the right balance between the value offered in the free version and the features reserved for paying customers. Ensure that the free offering is enticing enough to draw users in, but also maintain enough premium features to incentivize upgrading.
  • Monitor User Engagement and Feedback: Track how users interact with your free offerings and gather feedback. This data can provide insights into user needs and preferences, helping to refine your product and marketing strategies for both your free and paid services.

12. An Alternative to Product Comparison Pages (Letting Users Brag for You)

Plenty of SaaS websites utilize pages comparing their product to other market leaders.

This approach often comes off as self-promotion. Of course you’re going to highlight the best aspects of your product over your competitors.

Ahrefs adopts a unique approach to product comparison by utilizing user-generated content (UGC), which is a refreshing alternative to conventional comparison pages in the SaaS space. This strategy not only enhances credibility but also resonates more authentically with potential customers.

Rather than relying on the traditional format of comparison pages, where companies often list their features against their competitors’, Ahrefs turns the spotlight on what their users are saying. They capture and showcase the enthusiastic praise and positive experiences shared by customers on social media platforms like Twitter. 

Then, rather than going into detail about why their product is better than their competitors’, they simply outline the features their product does that most others can not.

What makes this approach so effective is that it doesn’t come off as self-promotion; instead, it’s a showcase of organic, unsolicited endorsements, and unbiased facts about what make the product unique. 

This method subtly highlights Ahrefs’ unique selling points as articulated by their user base, providing a compelling narrative about the product’s strengths and advantages in the market.

How to Turn Customer Praise into Marketing Material

  • Regularly Monitor and Collect Positive Feedback: Actively track and gather positive mentions of your product or service from social media, review sites, and customer emails. Consistently compiling this feedback provides a rich repository of genuine customer endorsements. If you have to ask for it, that’s okay, too.
  • Highlight Customer Testimonials on Your Website and Marketing Channels: Utilize this positive feedback by featuring it prominently on your website, particularly on landing pages, product comparison pages, and other key areas. Having a “reviews” page is nice, but consider how you can feature it prominently and organically throughout the site.
  • Create Case Studies or Success Stories: Transform particularly impactful customer feedback into detailed case studies or success stories. These narratives not only demonstrate the value of your product but also provide relatable content that potential customers can connect with.

13. Engaging the Community through Reddit Feedback Sessions

Many B2B companies and SaaS products are hesitant to ask their community for feedback.

And when they do, they typically do it privately.

But Ahrefs flips the switch with their occasional r/bigseo posts requesting feedback from the community. It showcases a commitment to transparency and community involvement. 

These Reddit sessions are a masterclass in open, two-way communication with their audience. Tim’s willingness to openly solicit feedback, whether it be positive or negative, not only garners valuable insights for product improvement but also significantly bolsters trust among users. This approach is more than a feedback mechanism; it’s a public demonstration of Ahrefs’ dedication to its users’ opinions and its commitment to continuous improvement. 

The candid nature of these interactions, inclusive of all types of feedback, reinforces Ahrefs’ image as a customer-centric, transparent brand, deeply connected with its community.

How to Engage Your Audience in Transparent Ways

  • Consider Hosting Open Forums for Feedback on Public Platforms: Create opportunities for your customers to provide feedback on public platforms like Reddit, social media, or community forums. Encourage open and honest discussions about your product or service, showing a willingness to listen to both praise and criticism.
  • Actively Participate in Community Conversations: Engage directly with your community by participating in discussions, addressing concerns, and acknowledging feedback. This active involvement demonstrates your commitment to transparency and shows that you value your customers’ opinions.
  • Share Updates and Developments Based on Feedback: Regularly update your community on how their feedback is being used to improve your product or service. This not only validates the importance of their opinions but also reinforces trust by showing tangible results of their input.

14. Rejecting Conventional Digital Marketing Wisdom

Ahrefs’ marketing strategy stands out for a lot of reasons. But one reason is the marketing tactics they don’t employ.

Their approach underscores a crucial lesson: not every widely recommended tactic is essential for every business. Here’s a breakdown of how Ahrefs challenges the norm:

  • Minimal Use of Webinars
  • Very Little PPC and No Retargeting
  • No Google Analytics or Conversion Tracking
  • No Dedicated Landing Pages or A/B Testing
  • Discontinued Discounts and Free Trials

Read any digital marketing blog post and all of these tactics will be highly recommended. But Ahrefs has chosen to invest heavily in the channels they deem effective, and have never felt like they have to do everything.

And in some cases – like discounts and conversion tracking – they realized the tactic just wasn’t working for them.

Successful digital marketing tests theories, experiments, tracks ROI, and makes intentional decisions. It doesn’t throw the kitchen sink at the problem and hope that a few things work.

Ahrefs’ strategy demonstrates that while certain digital marketing tactics are widely recommended, they aren’t mandatory. Their success is a testament to the power of understanding your product and audience deeply and choosing a marketing path that aligns authentically with your brand’s values and strengths. 

Want to Grow Like Ahrefs?

Ahrefs has done a lot right when it comes to marketing.

But I want to highlight a few threads that run through all of the tactics we covered above. These are not sexy and are not complicated, but have without a doubt contributed to their huge growth:

  • An Incredible Product
  • Dedication to Their Audience
  • Authenticity and Transparency

If you want to grow like Ahrefs, you should bookmark this and revisit these strategies regularly. But more than anything, you should focus on the above bullets.

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