• http://www.cavanmoon.com Cavan Moon

    Congrats on the new navigation! Can drop-down menus be far behind? The search box in the top right seems to be a much more natural position on the page, especially since I regularly typed searches into your email sign-up form. :) Looking forward to June’s “shiny and cool” addition.

  • http://seoblog.intrapromote.com/ Erik

    Very, very nice. I can’t believe the volume of stuff you guys are putting out. So here’s my request: Any chance the various columns will get their own individual feeds? That would help me make some really nice pipes.

    Erik (begger and chooser)

  • Erik

    Sorry – I meant “beggar.” :-/

  • http://mimasm.com Chris Dohman

    More land for the King of Search Engine Geography, nice! I think this is right on par for any site that outgrows a simple blog format. The need for a primary navigation and linking structure is needed to help direct folks to the content when there is so much there.

    The new tab that really caught my attention was the “Don’t Click Here” tab. Great way to use the power of curiosity to get the click!

  • http://searchengineland.com Danny Sullivan

    Erik, we’re definitely considering doing individual feeds for each of the columns.

  • http://seiosh.com feedthebot

    Looks great, I can’t wait to sift through it more! Thanks Danny.

  • http://www.e-badcreditloansuk.com sam2k

    first of all congrats. Amazing, you guys are adding more sections on search engine land !

  • http://www.searchmarketingtrends.com chris boggs

    OK since I clicked on it, I would greatly appreciate a total for the number of people that choose the “Don’t Click Here” Land…

  • http://searchengineland.com Danny Sullivan

    I will totally post the Don’t Click Here stats :)