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

    Tell employers what communities you interact with and if you have moderator or administrator roles on forums for example. And heed the advice of Chris Boggs, Chairman of SEMPO, who told Search Engine Watch (SEW), "Jobseekers should be very clear in...

  2. SearchDay | Do You Track Searcharoundings?

    Participating in local and niche forums can help you become an authority on your industry. News from the Search Engine Watch Blog Search Engine Watch Experts Columns Search Engine Watch Forum Discussions

  3. Don't Believe Everything You Read

    This is especially evident in some forums, when people join and claim to want to learn, but within weeks -- or even days -- are proclaiming expertise on a particular topic and advising people. There are plenty of very smart and helpful people...

  4. SEO Baseline: U.S. Presidential Election 2008

    In the meantime, share your thoughts on strategies for the presidential hopefuls at the Search Engine Watch Forums, or if this really fired you up, apply for a job on Obama's team. Watch GenGage Candidate Videos.

  5. Google Sitelinks - The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    The eight blue links (Forums, Search Marketing 101, Stats, Blog, Subscribe to RSS Feeds, Links (Search Engine Watch), Experts, Subscribe) below the description and URL information are an example of good sitelinks.

  6. Standards? We Don't Need No Stinkin' Standards!

    Share your thoughts on SEO standards in the Search Engine Watch Forums. From this column, I've had several marketers reach out and ask for advice on structuring an RFP and selecting an SEO vendor. The SEO community has been foaming at the mouth...

  7. SEM Tools of the Experts

    Tell us in the SEM Tools of the Experts thread in the Search Engine Watch Forums. CEO Avi Wilenski gave his top nod to the most popular tool in the combine sets: Aaron Wall's SEO Book Keyword Suggestion Tool.

  8. SEO Standards Signal the Maturing of Our Industry

    There's a forum discussion about the situation in the Search Engine Watch Forums. As I wrote last week in the Search Engine Watch blog "standards" seems to be a dirty word for some search marketers. Call them standards, rules, advice, best...