Semmy’s: Honoring Search Articles from 2009

The Matt McGee‘s annual Semmy Awards have been announced and 3 of my articles published this year have been nominated. My thanks go out to Matt (and his many minions) for all of his effort in recognizing the many great articles from throughout the year. It is a monumental task to track, collate and order the content. Its an honor & pleasure to have these articles included in the process.

In the Analytics category, Martijn Beijik’s excellant piece tracking the results of a 7-pack placement was nominated:

Tracking Local search Traffic with Analytics

In the Local Search category my article explaining one of Google’s patents was given the nod:

What is Location Prominence?

And in the Google Category, my article about Google’s approach to creating business listings was annointed:

Google Maps, Small Business & Society – who’s crazy?

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6 thoughts on “Semmy’s: Honoring Search Articles from 2009”

  1. Thx for the kind words, Mike — but I should mention that there are 8 people who spend the year reading and nominating articles for the SEMMYS. It’s not a one-man show by any means. 🙂

    Best of luck with your nominations!

  2. Well I see it every time I look in your sidebar 🙂 I think you should reinstate them. That was a terrific article you mentioned. I have a couple others saved, should you desire nominations.

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