SEO.com Names New Vice President of Sales

Lehi, UT (PRWEB) May 27, 2008 — SEO.com, an Internet marketing firm specializing in search engine marketing and optimization, has named Arne Jacobsen as Vice President of Sales. Prior to joining SEO.com, Jacobsen was VP of Sales at Mediaport Entertainment. He has held several sales leadership roles over his 25-year sales career, including VP of […]

Blogging for Business Conference in June

The Blogging for Business Conference will be Friday, June 6th in Salt Lake City. They’ve got a great lineup of speakers coming in to talk about how businesses can join the conversation and be heard in the current (and future) consumer focused media world. Speakers include: Brian Critchfield Charlie Craine Christopher Barger Cydni Tetro Dave […]

Recession-Proof Marketing Tips

Many economists think we are already n the middle of a recession, or we’re quickly heading into one. I’m no economist, but it’s obvious that things are definitely tightening up. Gas prices are sky high. The housing crisis and credit crunch have people worried. Many companies are cutting back on their marketing spending, just as […]

Matt Cutts Does Domain Roundtable

Matt Cutts made an appearance today at the Domain Roundtable conference. Matt started things off with a few introductory comments, then spent most of the time answering questions from the audience and from questions that people sent in ahead of time. Here are the highlights of what he discussed: The primary litmus test for whether […]

Internet Reputation Management

Reputation management can be quite expensive and time consuming–especially if you’re not clear on what your objectives are. Some companies just want negative comments and sites to drop out of the top 20 Google search results. Some companies want to monitor all of the conversations taking place in the World Wide Web (er, I mean […]

Beware of Spammers in Capitalist's Clothing

Time for a little rant. I’ve been researching Google’s initiative to crack-down on websites selling and buying paid links. I’ve let myself get a bit riled-up as I’ve re-discovered the following: Too many people still think Capitalism is somehow inherently evil Some usually bright people have an amazingly hard time distinguishing between spam and good […]

Consider the iPhone

When Building Your Site A few of us here at SEO.com are big Apple fans. The much anticipated announcement today that the iPhone SDK would be released propels the iPhone into competition with a variety of other handheld devices for business and gaming, and publicizes a few interesting facts about mobile web browsing. Apparently the […]