Google Looking for SEM Managers?

Sep 14th

Couldn't believe my ears. We just got a phone call from a recruitment consultant trying to head hunt for a European SEM Manager role for Google.

so says Teddie

A move which is a bit counter to client poaching claims of the past. That is, of course, unless Google wants to get better at poaching them.

Google has the ability to build and destroy many business models, but the more holistic your efforts are the less you need to worry.

Published: September 14, 2005

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September 15, 2005 - 11:21pm

Probably trying to find out more about what SEO's are doing so they can make it tougher.

September 15, 2005 - 11:23pm

>Probably trying to find out more about what SEO's are doing so they can make it tougher.

There are better ways to do that, and believe it or not some SEOs just share that sort of info. Some of the more advanced SEOs will show them some of the techniques they recently stopped using but still work.

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