Yesterday I alluded to the fact that I was looking at some opportunities and I'd be ready to tell you all about them next week. Well I got a permission to let the cat out of the bag, actually it was let out yesterday on the Daily Search Cast, which I co-hosted with Danny Sullivan.
If you didn't listen yesterday or haven't downloaded the podcast, you wouldn't know that I am now the Director of Internet Marketing for KeyRelevance. However, that's not all, Christine Churchill extended offers to join KeyRelevance to both myself and Bill Slawski. I am very excited to be joining Christine, Mike, Jim, Bill and the rest of the team, probably one of the most experienced Search Marketing firms in the industry! Christine, Jim and Mike also run SEM Clubhouse, if you haven't checked it out you should!
Now you are probably wondering what else I have up my sleeve?
Well they involve a few things around Search Marketing Gurus. In the next few weeks there might be a few new faces helping to liven up the blog. Y.M. Ousley - better known to you as SEO Fangirl is going to start contributing to SMG. I asked her waaaaaaay back in February, finally her time has permitted her to start contributing. We'll likely be seeing things from her around social media and also - at least I'm hoping some European / International Search Issues.
Next up, podcasting! Yep, you read right. I must thank Robert and Jennifer for this opportunity to start a podcast show for Search Engine Guide. Within the next few weeks the podcast is going to be launched, and I'll be putting links up here at SMG to it for easy access.
Wait, wait ... there's more.
The Women of Internet Marketing series will be returning! I'm working on getting it set for next week, but with the Labor Day holiday (here in the states), it just might be the following week when I launch it back up. The summer proved to be a tough time with vacations and conferences and trying to get articles out every week just really couldn't be done.
So, that's it in the way of announcements... at least for today. :)