Tag: Women of Search

  • The History of SEO features women

    The History of SEO is a website that features profiles of  the industry leaders of search. So far, two of them are women, Chirstine Churchill and Jill Whalen.  There are sure to be more women featured on the site, so stay tuned.

  • SEMPO is led to NASDAQ by Madame Chairperson

    One of this things I’m trying to get better at is keeping better track of items in the news. However, due to deadlines and the holiday season, it isn’t always easy. For instance, this item was all over the place, but better late than never. Read more about how Dana Todd and the Board got…

  • SEOmoz focuses on Women of Search

    I know it has been a while since we posted to this blog, however, we finally found a couple of posts of interest. Both In-House SEO expert Jessica Bowman (who I had the honor of meeting at SMX Advanced a couple of months ago) and Vanessa Fox, were most recently featured on SEOmoz. Jessica talks…

  • Where are the women of search?

    ShoeMoney asks: Where are the women of search in his post. I can’t answer for all the Women of Search, but I can answer for myself. As an independent practitioner, conference funds are few and far between, also if on the chance I am offered an opportunity to speak, there are still expenses to be…

  • The difference between SEO and SEM

    I recently re-did a brief presentation of mine for my business website that talks about the difference between SEO and SEM. This is a good primer for someone who wants to learn more about the lay on the land. http://www.authorstream.com/player.swf?p=nextsteph-65905-difference-seo-sem-ppc-search-engine-optimization-marketing-050508-education-ppt-powerpoint.xml Uploaded on authorSTREAM by  nextsteph

  • An Interview with Me, Myself and I

    The first step in this process is actually interviewing myself. We can call this the sample interview. After all, how can I expect to interview people if I cannot be honest with myself? The first thing that I tell clients and colleagues alike is that you have to know where you have been before you…

  • Laura Thieme of BizResearch Talks about Staffing and Gender in Search

    http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=8939619874697509066&hl=en One of the women in search who I consider a mentor as well as a good friend is Laura Thieme of BizResearch. In this video, she discusses the differences in what careers in search people gravitate to.