(I don't see any one perfect forum for this post; this seemed as good a place as any.)
I'm researching a column on SEO for Computerworld, as a followup to my column on enterprise text search: [computerworld.com...] And I plan to write on SEO at greater length in other venues, including at my home website [monash.com...] , with its 22,000+ backlinks (incidentally, a look at that website will tell you how little I knew about SEO until I started researching it very recently).
The Computerworld audience is IT managers at medium to large enterprises, and so most of what I'll tell them will be technical. I'd appreciate any kind of suggestion about what things to emphasize, including links to threads in this forum or elsewhere that did a particularly good job of working through an issue.
Small World! I happen to have had the seat next to one of the Computerworld senior reporters (involved with networks, not marketing) on the flight from Boston to Chicago after our Boston conference last April. We spoke at length on internet marketing & SEO, he jotted down our URL and gave me his card, suggested someone here contact him and he'd refer to someone who would probably have high interest in the subjects we cover here and at the conferences.
>>The Computerworld audience is IT managers at medium to large enterprises,
I'm long familiar with the magazine in print from CompUSA and haven't noticed SEO covered in the copies I've read. I do understand there's a growing interest in the topic at that level.
The person you'd want to talk to is Brett Tabke, the site owner and/or Neil Marshall. Contact details here in this announcement: