Vote For The Godmother of Search

Jan 25, 2007 - 7:47 am 3 by
Filed Under SEO Forum News

Andy Beal is running a poll asking SEOs and SEMs in the community to vote for the Godmother of Search, this is a play off of Shoe Money's post on who is the Godfather of Search.

Currently in the running are:

  • Vanessa Fox
  • Marissa Mayer
  • Jill Whalen
  • Kim Krause Berg
  • Elisabeth Osmeloski
  • Heather Lloyd Martin
  • Jennifer Laycock
  • Christine Churchill
  • Dana Todd
  • Shari Thurow
  • Barbara Coll
  • Jennifer Slegg

Jennifer Slegg, aka Jenstar, aka, is currently killing the vote with 332 votes. She is followed by Jill Whalen with 72 votes and then our own Kim Krause Berg with 49 votes.

Jen is a super star, she has risen to the front of the SEO/SEM pack very quickly. However, Jill and Kim are both legendary personalities in the SEO/SEM community. Kim started her forum, where Jill actually was a moderator at, back in the day - prior to Jill starting her forum (I believe that is how it went). So in terms of age, Kim and Jill are more in the "godmother" category - not to take anything away from Jen (trust me, Jen rocks).

In any event, vote yourself for the Godmother of Search at Andy's Blog.

Forum discussion at Cre8asite Forums (Kim's Forum) and High Rankings Forum (Jill's Forum).


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