In one 30-day period, we had a bit of a shakeup with three pieces of news that have the potential to change our industry: SEMPO called for an SEO Code of Ethics, Microsoft laid off Duane Forrester, and Matt Cutts extended his leave from Google.
At SES Denver on October 16, Bing's John Gagnon will discuss the importance of using the right data as opposed to just big data.
The original search marketing event returns with SES Atlanta. Here's a preview of the one-day event on July 9, which will feature sessions in two main tracks covering all aspects of SEO and PPC, and features keynote speaker Duane Forrester of Bing.
The original search marketing conference is back! On July 9, Search Engine Strategies will relaunch in Atlanta. The one-day conference will cover all the critical aspects of search engine optimization (SEO) and paid search advertising (PPC).
SEMPO is currently collecting feedback from digital marketers across the board to feed its 9th annual "State of Search" report. Participants will receive a copy of the research (usually for members only or for a fee) plus a chance to win an iPad 3.
When analyzing your SEO world, it's important to make a non-biased diagnosis of your progress. Use search engines to proactively study your environment and think beyond just traffic and conversions - think about accessibility considerations.
Search industry body, SEMPO, have launched their annual salary survey in conjunction with Search Engine Watch's (SEW) sister site ClickZ. It's the 4th survey of it's kind from SEMPO and it is open to everyone with no SEMPO membership required.
Mobile, local and Google's algorithm changes concern search marketers most, according to the State of Search Marketing 2012 Report. Find out how companies and agencies differ in the ways they measure SEO success and calculate ROI.
The search engine marketing industry continues to grow across North America and will reach an estimated industry value of $23 billion by the end of this year, according to the eighth State of Search Marketing Report from SEMPO and Econsultancy.
Iceland President Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson on why social media has removed control from the few powerful leaders and media owners. Meanwhile, Eli Pariser warns about the dangers of personalized algorithms and content creating a ring-fenced worldview.