- Posted by Eric Lander
- On February 4, 2009
- 2 Comments
I wasn’t expecting too much in the form of good news today.
Readers and peers in the search engine marketing space found my panel on Google SiteLinks to be useful and worth some degree of recognition. I found out today that my post, Google Sitelinks Research, Examples, Theories and Best Practices, won the SEMMY Award in the Google Category, being voted as the best content in that vertical for the 2008 calendar year.
My article pulled in 46.43% for the victory. What is a #1 Google Ranking Worth? from Aaron Wall pulled in 39.29% while Bill Slawski earned 14.29% with his piece, How Google Universal Search and Blended Results May Work .
Please check on the SEMMY site for all news and lists of award winners in other categories.