It’s that time of year again – the annual SEMMY awards. In case you are unsure of what a SEMMY is, the phrase is coined of course from the television Emmy awards and is an annual online awards event started in 2008 to honor the great content produced across the search and online marketing industry.
I happy to announce that a post I wrote last April on managing your online reputation with Twitter has been nominated in the Reputation Management category. Our post is competing with 7 other nominees.
I wrote last week about The SEMMYs, an annual awards event honoring the great content produced across the search and online marketing industry, in which a total of 9 posts from this blog or ones I had published at Search Engine Guide had been nominated in a total of 7 categories. While I felt it was quite an honor to have so many posts nominated, there was still many posts within each category until now where judges have selected the finalists. The good new is that we have had 4 posts selected in 4 separate categories.
The Semmys is an awards site that was put together by my good friend, Matt McGee, in which he has nominated a number of the best posts of 2007, all arranged by category (much like the Emmys). Categories include SEO, PPC, Small Business, Google, Analytics, Online Marketing/General, Blogs and Blogging, Search Tech, Reputation Management, Link Building, Rants and Viral Marketing. A total of 9 posts from this blog as well as ones I have published elsewhere have been nominated in 7 categories.