Seeking Submissions for 2009 Essential Guide to Search Marketing

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Seeking Submissions for 2009 Essential Guide to Search Marketing
Seeking Submissions for 2009 Essential Guide to Search Marketing
Often the gateway to marketer's digital content, search marketing requires planning and precision and an understanding of your prospective customers needs. In this Essential Guide, DMNews will feature original articles that examine best practices in search marketing alongside the latest innovative case studies and search strategy trends. The Guide will also include opinion pieces and tips from experts about search basics, creative testing, SEO, linking, pay-per-click strategies, local search, mobile search, organic rankings, bidding strategies, keyword selection, click fraud and more.
 
If you are interested in submitting a bylined thought leadership or trends/strategies column, please submit your 450-word piece (significantly shorter or longer pieces will not be accepted) as a Word document including the author's name, title and e-mail address. We also require a hi-res color headshot photo with your submission. The deadline is Friday, February 27, 2009.

Send columns to Sharon goldman at features@dmnews.com.
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