OK I have been a little slack...

...with posting to this blog. Anyway, let's see if I can get this going this year a little better. For starters, since my last post I have been very busy. I want to thank everyone that has been helping me over the past year, too many to remember to mention, but here's a list of those particluarly helpful:

Danny Sullivan and Elisabeth Osmeloski, of Searchenginewatch.com forums. Having been a Moderator on that forum has helped me tremedously for networking, as well as keeping up with the latest issues in the SEM world.

Barry Schwartz and Ben Pfeiffer of seroundtable.com, a blog that covers major highlights of many forums and blogs related to SEM. Thanks so much for the oportunity to help publish coverage of the SES conferences, and your kind advice and answers to my many questions.

Rand Fishkin of seomoz.org, who has included me in a few of his lists this year that name who he feels to be at the top of the SEM pile. I am very honored that someone of Rand's knowledge andpopularity would include me in such a list.

Jim Boykin of webuildpages.com for all his help and advice.

Todd Malicoat of stuntdubl.com (and Jim's WBP) has been especially helpful in link-related matters, as well as turning into one of my best firends in the industry.

Dana Todd, the President of SEMPO, who has encouraged me to volunteer forSEMPO committees, as well as being a great source of information.

And of course, Anita Schott, President of the company where I work, G3 Group, for all her guidance especially related to SEO-firendly site structure. Our work together has consistently gained results in the form of rankings for our clients.

There are many more to thank, but this list shows how lucky I am to have been able to network during 2005.

2006 is going to be a great year for Search Engine Marketing!

Keep the momentum going, and don't stop brother!
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