Search Engine Watch Launches SEW Forum

Jun 2, 2004 - 9:51 am 0 by
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Like we didn't have enough SEM Forums, we have another one. However, I think this forum is an excellent idea and is long overdue. Search Engine Watch, the authority behind search engine industry news, has finally launched the Search Engine Watch Forums.

I will be a moderator at the SEW Forums.

Danny Sullivan and JupiterMedia will be backing the forum, which I feel will guarantee the success and rapid growth of the forum. I am sure you will find many posts here about the nice threads at the SEW Forums. Danny made it clear that this forum will not be a 'competing' forum. He has placed links to all the major SEM forums on the side navigation and will allow for forum communication and the like. I am sure there will be a post on that coming soon.

Some of the other moderators and administrators can be found at the SEW Forum Leaders page. This is a soft launch, so please expect to see more moderators added shortly.

Make sure to check out the a Search Engine Watch Forums today.

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