Search Tech – 2010 Winner
Let’s skip the corny, canned jokes and the awkward moments at the podium and just open the envelope, shall we? Ladies and gentlemen, the winner of the 2010 SEMMY Award in the Search Tech category is … drum-roll, please …
The SEO geeks guide to information retrieval
David Harry, Huomah | 1/5/09
Congratulations to our winner! Here’s a choice bit from the winning post:
To me this thing of ours is an art form. The pragmatic can argue the semantics of what is art, regardless, to me it is such. And a dimensionally singular SEO is one that is limited in that art. Much like a traditional artist progresses from still life and pencil to painting and sculpting, from brushes to chisels, an SEO should seek out other elements related to the discipline. We should learn knowledge management and algorithms with the same verve we apply to playing in social media.
The top two runners-up in public voting were:
- URL Confusion and How to Fix it
Mark Fillmore, The Search Agents | 12/16/09
Vanessa Fox, Search Engine Land | 5/29/09
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How the Voting Ended
Here’s a look at how each finalist fared in the public voting:
Thanks to all who voted, and congrats again to the winner, runners-up, finalists, and all nominees. We look forward to reading your acceptance speech soon!
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