Bill Wise Leaves Did-it

Bill Wise has resigned his post as CEO of the primarily Paid Search management agency Did-it.com. Bill joined the company in 2005, coming over from Ask.com (which was at the time AskJeeves), and will be reportedly leaving due to differences in opinion as to how Did-it should move forward.

Until a new CEO is found, Co-Founder and current President Dave Pasternack will act as CEO. Not much more information is currently available, according to Media Post (subscription required) and WebProNews. Bill also posted about it at his blog.

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Since 2004 he has been a highly rated speaker and moderator at conferences and partner events all over the world, covering search engine marketing, social media, analytics, and evolving tactics including the promotion of better SEO integration across marketing channels. He has served on the Global Board of Directors of SEMPO since 2006, and co-hosts the weekly podcast SEO Rockstars from Webmasterradio.fm. Chris blogs for various industry publications, but most of his writing involves analysis and recommendations for clients, while promoting integrated online marketing and branding to a qualified target audience.