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Search Engine Roundtable Win, New Column for Mike Grehan  

:: Tuesday, June 14, 2005 ::

MarketingSherpa has announced the winners of its MarketingSherpa's 10 Best Blogs for 2005, and it comes as no surprise to me that Barry Schwartz's (aka "RustyBrick") SEO industry blog, Search Engine Roundtable won in the "Blogs on Search Marketing" category.

While there are several writers who contribute to Search Engine Roundtable (myself included), its Barry's coverage of Jupiter Media's Search Engine Strategies Conferences that set it galaxies apart from the others in the competitive playing field. I agree with Marketing Sherpa's assessement too.

"We adore the unusual editorial tactic for the winning Blog in this category -- instead of linking to news sites, the authors comment on and link to the very best new threads on search marketing on discussion boards all over the Web. So, it's a true insiders-insider blog, and a reflection of what people are realy talking about (vs what the media thinks.)"

New Writing Outlet for Mike

When Mike Grehan talks or writes about search engine algorithms and the mysterious inner parts of search engine technology, he puts the whole kit and kaboodle into terms most of us can understand. He's famous for shaking down search engine scientists and getting the inside scoop on what they're dreaming up next.

Clickz has brought in Mike as a new columnist. (As if his own E-Marketing News isn't enough to shoulder.) His debut piece is called What Search Engines Know and You Don't, which is precisely what Mike is famous for writing about. He writes.

"Undoubtedly, SEO as we currently understand it is about to go through some major changes. I'm sure the search engines will help shed more light on changes they're already incorporating, so we don't end up going through systems and processes that really don't add a great deal to search marketing endeavors."

Processes such as Google Site Map perhaps?

:: posted by Kim Krause Berg on 6/14/2005 11:41:00 AM

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