Back in March of this year Michael Dorausch was the first to kick of our ongoing series of guest post blogs. We did so not only to broaden the scope of the content available on our site but also, tacky sounding or not, to build a larger connection with the SEO world.
Last week behind the scenes we started to make preparations to deepen that relation with the SEO world and to help those interested in our industry to get some of the best, smartest, wittiest information available out there.
almost a case of personal pride to be allowed to be the one chosen to announce the names of our new contributors. Yes, you read that right; not guest posters — no, contributors.
In no particular order:
She practices and preaches no-nonsense SEO. She smart, witty and *s*p*a*r*k*l*i*n*g*. (Disclosure: both Donna and I are moderators at Cre8asite Forums)
Melanie Nathan, a.k.a. status_girl, handles SEO and related matters for the Edmonton web development company STATUSfirm. She's one of the smartest link builders I know, taking her time to go beyond simple dump & drop links.
Ann Smarty is one of the best SEO resource bloggers I know of at the moment.
Her resource posts are always real helpful, easy to digest, concise. She's never too shy to share good information.
Todd too is a straight shooter as witnessed in his guest post ADD: The AID Of SEO, right here on Search Engine People.
David is smart in a "keep it real" way that I really appreciate. See for example Figure out what your job is already!
Jordan is young and energetic, bringing to the SEO community and his posts a refreshing speed and view.
He's a frequent blogger, prolific on Twitter and an all around good guy.
And there you have it!
Our initial aim is to hear a different view from the trenches every Monday. Meanwhile we keep on looking for additional contributors and other ways to build out our SEO community involvement.
To the new contributors: welcome and thank you!
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