This topic has really started some interesting chatter around the industry. It can only make us wonder what the people over at SEMPO are talking about. My personal feeling is that SEMPO needs someone to step in that has experience in running a professional non-profit organization. If they can find someone good, its worth $78,000+ to get the person on board. Maybe its best if SEOs and SEMs are not the people trying to make this organization have an impact, maybe its best coming from an outsider who understands the importance of the SEM industry but yet doesn't have much of a stake. Obviously, the individual will need to be fueled with goals, such as taking SEMPO to the next level. The next level?
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