July Search Light Newsletter: the *at least it’s not August* edition

Search LightIssue No. 3 of the Search Light newsletter for 2010 was published today.

Yes, I’m well aware that we are in month 7 of the year and this is supposed to be a monthly newsletter. But at least I got it out this month and didn’t let it become an August issue :-)

This edition includes an article about Twitter and the US Library of Congress. What prompted the Library of Congress to decide our tweets were of historical value? How will the archiving of public tweets impact you?

It also contains some of the more interesting FAQs answered in this blog and even details of a sweet marketing gig going at Google for someone with the right stuff.

If you’re not yet a newsletter subscriber catch it here and then quickly go and subscribe before I find out and kill your hampster (just kidding).

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May Search Light Newsletter: the *blame Google it’s late* edition

Search LightThe second issue of the Search Light newsletter for 2010 was published today.

Yes, it’s  our second issue even though it’s nearly June. Shut up. The delay has nothing at all to do with my procrastination skills. It’s all Google’s fault and you’ll find out why when you read it.

This month’s newsletter includes an article about Social Search – the biggest thing to hit the SERPs this year since, well, Personalized Search a week before. It also contains some of the more interesting FAQs answered in this blog and a recap of the Search Marketing Expo (SMX) Conference in Sydney.

If you’re not yet a newsletter subscriber catch it here and then quickly go and subscribe before you change from a geek into a nerd.

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February Search Light Newsletter: the *let’s pretend it’s January* edition

Search LightThe latest issue of the Search Light newsletter published this week. And we’re pretending it’s January, even though it’s February – if that makes sense. Hopefully our February issue will come out in February rather than March!

Believe it or not, 2010 is our 10th year of publishing The Search Light. My, how things have changed in the search engine landscape since we published our first ever issue nearly 10 years ago.

This month’s newsletter includes an article about how to choose the most effective SEO keywords, written by Search Engine College Assistant Tutor, Micky Stuivenberg. It also contains some of the more interesting FAQs answered in this blog and a blurb about the upcoming Search Marketing Expo (SMX) Conference in Sydney.

If you’re not yet a newsletter subscriber catch it here and then quickly go and subscribe before I find out.

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December Search Light Newsletter: the *don’t mention the “C” word* edition

Search LightOur final issue of The Search Light is out. Yes it’s December but I don’t think we didn’t mentioned Christmas once.

I think that’s got to be some kind of record for corporate newsletters right? We thought you might be sick of hearing about it and spared you the agony of flashing Xmas lights and animated jolly fat men in red suits.

Ok, the truth is that we forgot and just hoped you wouldn’t notice.

Apart from lacking festive bling, we think the final edition of the Search Light for 2009 is pretty darn good. It includes some of the more interesting FAQs answered in this blog and an article about why Google SideWiki and public graffiti have a lot in common.

If you’re not yet a subscriber, (the horror!), you can catch it here.

Oh and even though we forgot to mention it in the newsletter, we really would like to wish all of you a safe and memorable festive season.

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October Search Light Newsletter: the *only two days late* edition

Search LightThe latest issue of the Search Light newsletter came out yesterday. And it’s only 2 days late! At this rate, our November newsletter may even buck the trend and be published on time.

In this issue, we celebrate Search Engine College reaching 45 countries by offering subscribers a USD 50 discount on all certification courses.

The newsletter also includes some of the more interesting FAQs answered in this blog and an article debunking the myth of SEO as voodoo, written by web site usability extraordinaire Kim Krause Berg

If you’re not yet a newsletter subscriber catch it here and then quickly go and subscribe before I find out!

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