Category: Search Engines

A new kind of awards have been introduced into the search marketing industry. They’re called the SEMMYS. Rather than being about blogs or web sites, Matt McGee and friends, wanted to honor blog posts instead. There are 15 categories of posts and articles, with nominees in each one. It’s hard to pick one from each batch because there’s so much great writing. After discovering myself as a nominee, it sure feels good to be recognized by my peers as aRead more…

Would I jump in your lap, sweep you off the floor with my silly giggles or would you take one look at me and think, “Dear God. Put her back in the spaceship”. I’m not attending the Blogher conference. Nor SES Travel Seattle, which is also this week. But, if I had money to blow, a wife at home, another me to do my work and did a better job planning ahead, I’d so totally be at both. Blogher hasRead more…

The rumors that “SEO is Dead” prompted Jake Lowrey of OffSiteOptimization to interview SEO’s about life without search engines and the future of search marketing. The series starts off with answers to his questions from me, an SEO escape artist. No Search Engines? Kim Krause Berg Says, ‘Go Local’ delves into my take on the topic. Here’s a quick snippet from the article: “Over the next year or two Kim would like to see the industry strive for more excellenceRead more…

Once again, I was spotted and nabbed for a quick video interview by Webpronews’s Mike McDonald. Mike says he doesn’t watch himself on film; sorta like how actors love to do the work but refuse to view the final product. I can so relate to this. Ours was the first interview in the morning of the last day of Search Engine Strategies NYC held in April 2007. I look tired and it may be time to re-tell my famous “breastsRead more…

Meme’s that involve tagging remind me of gym class. If you weren’t picked early for a team, it was embarrassing. If you were one of the persons left still standing that nobody wanted, it feels awful. I was chosen by the awesome Dazzlin’ Donna and am proud to be on her team. I throw like a girl, though. Sorry ’bout that. Five Reasons Why I Blog 1. I started this blog in 2002, to cover SEO news. It’s evolved overRead more…

I’m back! The surgery for a torn meniscus on my left knee on Monday went very well. I’m not in any pain (unless I do something dumb like make the knee do something it’s not ready for yet.) Recovery has been annoying only due to the side effects of medications, but on the other hand, my dreamstate has been awesome. Once I dreamt I was running with a large wolf. Eric says that must have some symbolic meaning to itRead more…

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