SEO SEM Training & Certification

November 6, 2006

And the finalists are….Marketing Pilgrim’s SEM Scholarship contest finalists announced

Filed under: SEM Scholarship — David Temple @ 3:30 pm

Marketing Pilgrim’s SEM Scholarship contest is in the final stage with the announcement of the final week’s winner.  You really should read their articles if you haven’t already and if you get a chance read them all. The finalist’s articles will be viewed by a distingushed panel of judges  and the overall winner will be announced on Friday. Congratulations to all the finalists and best wishes. 

  1. Nick Urbani for The SEO Article You Shouldn’t Read
  2. Ryan Bell for Instant PPC Success for the Hometown Hero
  3. Jordan McCollum for SEO is Pointless (But You Don’t Have to Tell Your Clients)
  4. Ben Wills for The Five Pillars of Social Media Marketing

Although my article  didn’t win, I appreciated the opportunity to participate and was able to bring some attention to this blog and sem seo certification training in general.  More than likely I also received the most page views from around the world. It should be noted that Ben Wills’ article had 1,153 page views, more than all the other finalists combined.  If you haven’t been paying attention or using this in your online marketing efforts then wake up and smell the power of social media.

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2 Comments »

  1. I refuse to learn more as my brain is just melting. I am looking forward to the holidays ending this year. Seems outr industry has slowed a lot this year.

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