SEO News


  1. SEMPO Salary Survey 2013: Average Salary Drops Due to Influx of New Search Professionals

    In all, 27 percent of survey respondents said they've been in search from zero to three years, and the majority of their salaries were in the $0 to $30,000 range. The new SEMPO 2013 Salary Survey, in partnership with ClickZ, showed that the average...

  2. Penguin 2.0 Forewarning: The Google Perspective on Links

    You have revenue, and you're paying people salaries, etc. This article represents my opinions, but my company has worked on helping large numbers of sites get Google penalties removed. The hardest part of these projects is always to get the client...

  3. SEOs: Will You Negotiate a Salary Increase in 2013?

    In both cases, the salary data compiled from Indeed was encouraging and supported the same themes which emerged from the SEMPO survey that, in general, that salaries for the search marketers accelerate quickly after the first 3 years of experience.

  4. Innovate or Die: Where Will SEM (and You) be in 5 Years?

    SEM analysts won’t be as much of a commodity as before, and will command somewhat lower salaries. With the current innovation in search engine marketing (SEM) and the seismic shift of offline dollars to online, our industry is the Wild West with a...

  5. Search Industry Call to Arms: SOPA, Keyword Not Provided and Lying SEOs

    When these tactics take center stage, they bring our industry down, our salaries down, our reputation down and none of us should stand for that," he said. Koozai’s Online Marketing Manager has put together a wish list of items he wants the...

  6. Google Fighting Freedom of Press in Spain, Getting Fined in France

    Despite this and the fines given out in France - the sum equals about 10 peoples' salaries who could never deal with the millions of newly uploaded information hourly - the challenge is going to be filtering by country and laws.