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 Kim Krause Berg, the Search Blogger of the Day. Today I'd like to highlight a post called What Is SEO These Days?. Kim shows us what some forum members were saying in answer to the question What Is SEO?. It's a good question that always tends to elicit various and often contradictory answers. What do you think SEO is? Run over to Kim's post and let's get a real dialog going. Should be fun!
If you want to know more about today's Search Blogger of the Day, check out Kim'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.
9 thoughts on “Kim Krause Berg: Search Blogger of the Day”
I don’t know where you find all these female SEO experts. Good job! 🙂
I think it’s very telling that as soon as Kim’s photo loaded in my feed reader, I smiled. She continues to be my favorite warm spot on the Web.
Also, can I kick the person above me? There’s plenty of female SEO talent! Geesh. 🙂
DD! This is such a surprise and honor! Thank you 🙂
I got the discussion rolling again in the forums too, but here are my latest thoughts on the topic.
For me, I’m finding that SEO is more and more vital when coupled with user testing and usability design in budging ROI. While so much attention is focused on “Being first in search engines”, the second tier of an SEO’s work keeps falling apart because they less experience with “keeping visitors on the site once they get there” or “making landing pages work as hard as homepages” in both boosting ROI and the long tail side of marketing.
I think everyone who does this work will base their thinking on where they’re at, experience-wise. In a nutshell, no matter what you may hear, SEO is absolutely NOT dead and good SEO work is still required these days 🙂
PS – @Lisa, right back at ya lovely lady! 🙂
@anyone curious – While not an SEO expert, one of my all time favorite women in tech, Virginia DeBolt, interviewed Shelley Powers, an incredible tech woman. The interview and what may a series from Virginia are worth checking into – http://www.blogher.com/women-tech-shelley-powers
I know a forum or two that could use moderators like that LOL
Now off to read the article 😉
I agree with Lisa, Kim is EASILY one of my favorite people, who bring a smile and good thoughts every time!
As for kicking the person about you Lisa, I’ll hold em, you kick em, and Kim can put band aids on his wounds (cause she’s nice like that).
No need to get angry. I just haven’t seen many. It’s not that I don’t think there are little, it’s good to discover them.
*Typo : “It’s not that I don’t think there are any”.
Women Soe experts – endangered species 🙂
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