No More Posts This Week - SER Taking Brief Holiday

Oct 30, 2012 - 10:19 pm 11 by
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I just got word from Barry that he is not planning any more posts this week. I just wanted to let the Search Engine Roundtable audience know so no one was surprised if they didn't see any more posts after tomorrow.

Barry informed me he has had some very sudden family matters to deal with and won't be able to blog as he normally does. Additionally, Hurricane Sandy has cut off power and internet to many places in New York, including Suffern and West Nyack, NY where Barry's office is located. Barry should resume coverage next week sometime.

In the meantime, if you have any comments or concerns about the blog I ask that you leave them here in the comment section below so that Barry can read them.

Lastly, SER has a very large archive of past material so if you missed anything in the last week be sure to check out the archives in the menu above.

(Note: This post was posted by Ben Pfeiffer. Should there be any blog issues to report please comment below to let me know.)

Update from Barry: You can read more about why I was offline over here.


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