We Are Three: Search Engine Roundtable's 3rd Birthday

Dec 1, 2006 • 8:06 am | comments (21) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Blog Administration
 

Tomorrow, December 2nd is our birthday. We were born on December 2, 2003. It has been three years of blogging, almost 4,000 blog posts, about 5 blog posts per weekday. I thought it would be fun to look back at the years and highlight some important and meaningful topics we covered over the years. But first a little history...

The most important thing that happened this year was that I went Off To Get Married this year. This year we won the Best Blog on Search Marketing by MarketingSherpa again, a huge honor for us to win back to back years. I launched my personal blog by Introducing the Cartoon Barry Blog in July of this year. We even started our own weekly podcast named the Search Pulse. I set up a very successful Google Coop for Search Engine Roundtable, if you haven't signed up yet, please do. Chris Boggs became our Associate Editor to provide forum coverage back on February 14st of this year. We released Search Engine Roundtable Supporter Seals which are being displayed proudly throughout the search community by many people. In December of last year, Search Engine Roundtable Opens Forums, which was a big success, today we have over 1,300 members and 6,200+ posts. Later on this year we won the KB Cafe Blog Awards and Best Search Engine Community Blog of 2005 by Search Engine Journal, another huge kudo for us.

Our most important asset is our reader. Those of you who read on a weekly, daily or hourly basis is what keeps us going here. Our numbers continue to grow and we love to see that. We also enjoy all the comments we get via blog comments, email and our forum. Thanks so much for being such a vital part of our success and continued growth.

Here is our special logo for the day: title_birthday3.gif

Highlighted Articles From December 2005 - November 2006 (No Specific Order):

We are three years old! Thank you all!

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