Yongi Barnard

Yongi Barnard

Customer Acquisition Strategist and Senior Writer


  • Content Writing
  • Customer Aquisition
  • Conversion Copywriting

Yongi Barnard is a customer acquisition strategist and senior writer for Semrush’s portfolio of websites.

Her mission? To connect you with the right kind of customers—the ones who truly love your product, rave about your brand, and amp up your influence and reach.

Yongi’s approach blends conversion copywriting, data analytics, and behavioral psychology to make sure you get only high-quality leads. And repel the time-wasters.

She loves working with standout SaaS and ecommerce teams whose products genuinely make life better for their customers.

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Latest articles:

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8 Powerful SEO AI Tools and Their Top Features

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What Are URL Parameters? A Guide for Marketers and SEOs

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What Is Hreflang and How To Implement It the Right Way

Hreflang is an HTML attribute that specifies the language and regional targeting of a webpage. You use it on international or multilingual websites to signal to search engines—notably Google—the language or regional variation of your content. With hreflang properly implemented on your website, someone making an online search from Germany is more likely to see the German version of your site in their search results. While someone in the United States would most likely see the English version. Let’s get started!