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Mike Grehan

Mike Grehan

Chief Marketing Officer and Managing Director

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Articles by Mike Grehan

  1. The welcome return of Jim Sterne.

    Way back when (in internet time) when ClickZ launched its merry band of internet marketing pioneers, one Jim Sterne was amongst them. And now he's back! And we're delighted to have you back on board, Jim! Over the years Jim Sterne and I...

  2. SES, Chicago, a great showcase platform.

    I'm back at my desk after an excellent SES conference in Berlin last week. This was the first time in Berlin and the feedback has been tremendous. But now it's time to focus on SES, Chicago December 7 - 11. Fondly known as the freeze-your-ass-off...

  3. Looking ahead to SES, Chicago.

    I've been working on a lot of stuff for SES shows next year. And in between, adding a little this-and-that to SES, Chicago. These shows are planned months and months ahead, so a lot of stuff was already in place. But there are a few new sessions...

  4. Strategy, shmategy... What's in a word?

    I noticed my friend Chris Zaharias over at Omniture posted about Search Engine Strategies rapidly becoming Search Engine Tactics. Zzzzzzz… Sorry Chris, I've heard it all before and long before your post.Being a classically trained marketer...

  5. My Cheese Just Moved

    I've been referred to as an agent of change quite a number of times in my professional career. Not just since I moved into online marketing, but long before when I worked in broadcast media. Much as broadcast was a very fast moving medium, it...

  6. My Cheese Just Moved

    I've been referred to as an agent of change quite a number of times in my professional career. Not just since I moved into online marketing, but long before, when I worked in broadcast media. Much as broadcast was a very fast-moving medium, it...

  7. Surveying the Search Landscape

    Danny Sullivan's keynote address at Search Engine Strategies has become a must-see event for conference attendees. At the Chicago conference he took the opportunity to look back over the year's search engine events and gaze into his crystal ball...

  8. Search Memories

    Veterans of AltaVista, Excite and Infoseek reminisce about the early days of web search, and opine about Google, then and now.

  9. Google PageRank Lunacy

    The quest by some to improve their Google PageRank score seems to have reached the point of sheer madness. Even common decency may be abandoned in futile attempts by desperate (or simply less educated) online marketers and others who will...