This is one of a series of posts in which I will be highlighting each member of the Search Bloggers list, with commentary on one of their posts (new or old). Look for this series to continue once or twice a week for the next couple of months.
Meet Elmer Cagape, the Search Blogger of the Day. Today I'd like to highlight a post entitled Telling Customers What Search Queries To Use. Elmer shows us an ad that includes a call to action – which is urging readers to type in a specific search term in a search engine's query field. I've seen advertisers do this, and sometimes fall flat on their face when they don't rank well for the term they want us to use. Still, it's an interesting method. Give a search term instead of a url? Have you ever used this tactic? Have you seen any problems with it? Any advantages? Let us know in Elmer's comments.
If you want to know more about today's Search Blogger of the Day, check out Elmer's about page.
That's the Search Blogger of the Day. If you are a search blogger, and aren't on the list yet, go here to find out how to be included. I plan to promote everyone on the list in various ways. Some will be informative, and some will be just plain fun. Don't miss out.