Danny Sullivan Turns 42! Happy Birthday Danny

Sep 26, 2007 - 7:16 am 1 by
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sullivan.jpgDanny Sullivan has turned 42 years old today. I wanted to wish Danny a happy birthday on behalf of the search marketing community.

As many of you know, Danny is instrumental in bridging the search engines and the search marketing industry together. He has helped the communication between the two sides. He has encouraged, successfully, the implementation of open dialogs, tools, access to data, and more importantly, the friendly attitude between the two sides.

Outside of that, Danny has provided free content and information for over a decade on search related topics. From SEO, to PPC, to paid inclusion, to searching and even social media. He has given us a playground with the new Sphinn, he has organized the hottest news in search at Search Engine Land and has organized a new array of exciting conferences with Search Marketing Expo.

Proof of Danny's impact can be seen in this article: Reaction from the Search Community on Danny Sullivan's Departure.

FYI, we have covered Danny's 41st, 40th and 39th birthdays.

Happy Birthday Danny!

If you want to wish Danny a happy birthday, you can! Go to Sphinn thread and leave a comment for Danny.

 

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