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January 19, 2009

Changes, Changes, Changes for 2009

By Li Evans

At least there are changes here at Search Marketing Gurus!

First, I'd like to welcome back Greg Meyers!  Greg's a great friend, and an old colleague of mine who runs the great PPC blog, SEMGeek.  Greg now also adds knowledge - very in depth knowledge - of Google Grants and how non-profits can utilize and benefits from this program.  Greg also joins me in an intense passion for political online marketing.  Now with Obama in office (hey its less than 24 hours from now!), we're definitely going to be seeing big changes from the political front with how they operate in the online marketing sphere.

Greg's already contributed two great articles on Google Grants this month so far, and he's got one more in the series to come.  Check out Google Grants Part 1 and Google Grants Part 2

Second, we've added Beth Harte of The Harte of Marketing.  Beth and I have become really great friend and both have a passion for social media.  Beth's recently broken out on her own, and I thought this was a perfect time to snag her up and get her on the SMG team to help spread the good word about social media, public relations and all that fun reputation management stuff.  Beth is also a contributor at Marketing Profs and Search Engine Guide. 

So with those announcements coming, we definitely have added some great insight into our gurus team, that we plan to share with you the audience.  Stay tuned, the year will bring much more to come!

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Li, looking forward to joining the SMG team and getting to know your community of readers! :)

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