Bruce Clay News & Announcements
Twice A Month Means Twice the Fun!
A lot happens in any given month. There are high profile industry shuffles, a healthy assortment of startup acquisitions, rumblings of insider drama and everyone knows Google is guaranteed to have earned at least a handful of industry accolades. To help everyone keep on top of all the latest search industry happenings, techniques and gossip, the Bruce Clay SEO Newsletter will now be arriving in your inbox twice a month – that’s the 15th and the last day of every month to be exact.
What’s that you say? Twice a month equals twice as fun? We know!
But we’re not just increasing the quantity; we’re also working hard to increase the quality of our SEO Newsletter. To address the growing interest and demand for international search engine optimization and search marketing news, one issue per month will be dedicated to covering what’s happening on the other side of the pond, wherever that may be.
Expect authoritative articles written by members of the Bruce Clay, Inc. staff regarding search engine optimization and Internet marketing issues for Australia, London, South Africa and beyond.
If you haven’t yet subscribed to the Bruce Clay SEO Newsletter, this is the perfect time. Our first issue of 2007 will be hand-delivered* to your inbox on Jan. 15th. Don’t miss it.
[*Hand-delivery void where prohibited by the limitations of the InterTubes.]
The SERC Gets a Makeover
You’ve asked for it, so here it is. The Bruce Clay Search Engine Relationship Chart has undergone an update to better represent the recent changes that have taken place in the evolving search space. You’ll notice that the chart reflects that MSN has launched MSN adCenter and is no longer receiving paid search results from Yahoo, and that DMOZ has lost the 1 percent market share required to earn it a spot on the chart altogether.
If you want to take a look back at past versions of the Search Engine Relationship, check out the Search Engine Relationship Chart histogram, which includes a copy of each of the SERC’s many revisions. Take it from me, it’s way fun to play with.