You’re Invited! Celebrating 100 Newsletters & Seeking Your Insight
The SEO Newsletter this month delivered to a range of reader interests.
- Learn how to mark up videos with Schema.org for enhanced search engine results if you’re in the technical trenches.
INTERNATIONAL: Google Launches Schema.org Markup for Videos
- For readers in Europe looking to up their Internet marketing game, there’s a calendar of the year’s SEM industry conferences and events.
INTERNATIONAL: Best SEO Events in Europe in 2012
- You’ll find a comprehensive wrap-up of the news and presentation takeaways out of SMX West.
BACK TO BASICS: SMX West 2012 Highlights and Post-Show Analysis
- Of special note, we’re proud to say that March’s newsletter was the 100th volume! We’ve reflected on the characteristics that drive the newsletter’s success, providing more than 15,000 subscribers with industry-leading news every month for eight years running.
SEO Newsletter Turns 100! The Evolution of a Company Newsletter, Eight Years in the Making
Certainly the SEO Newsletter wouldn’t be a valuable company asset if it weren’t for readers. Addressing your research and information needs is the goal when article topics are chosen and content is written. To help us continue to do so, we invite you to share opinions and requests of the SEO Newsletter with a short survey. It won’t take more than five minutes, and we’d be extremely appreciative of any insight you can provide on how you use and read the newsletter.
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