Righteous Spam

...Via tycoon Sir Richard Branson comes yet another spam "SEO" contest, this one on the phrase "global warming awareness2007" ... (NNNNnnnnoooooo!!!!). The educational value of these has been eclipsed by their annoyance factor at this point, and for the record the best SEOs to my knowledge, aren't participating. That said, for anyone who's never watched a nerd battle unfold before, here's a chance.

I applaud the basic spirit but it's been a goofy week for the space. Bring it, Friday. 🙄

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Winning Search Bloggers of 2006

Search Engine Journal has listed their picks.

These selections are for best bloggers, not best Search marketers, but several very respected ones are in there, hiding per se (top performers do more billing than blogging). My perspective's SEO-skewed and I don't know all the names shown, but that said, highlights in no particular order are: Randfish, Aaron Wall, Andy Hagans, Dave Naylor, Greg Boser.

Also, these aren't the results from the survey in my previous post. That one's now closed and was probably a better one overall (results as soon as I learn of their publication).

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2006 Search Blogs Awards

There are so many resources mentioned here (several of which rule), it's hard to imagine anyone keeping up with each one's every move unless a FT blogger / journalist perhaps...

Regardless, cast your vote(s)!

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