Q&A Land: New Column From Search Engine Land

One of my resolutions in starting Search Engine Land was to spend more time doing Q&As with people. There’s no better way to ensure I do that than to start a column. So I’m happy to announce that Q&A Land becomes the second column offered by Search Engine Land. Unlike Link Week, which started this […]

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One of my resolutions in starting Search Engine Land was to spend more time doing Q&As with people. There’s no better way to ensure I do that than to start a column. So I’m happy to announce that Q&A Land becomes the second column offered by Search Engine Land.

Unlike Link Week, which started this week and runs on Mondays, Q&A Land is a “floating” column. It will happen once per week, but the actual day might change.

I won’t be doing Q&A Land alone. Chris Sherman will also be writing for it, and from time-to-time we may have other guest authors. And yes, we’ll have a nifty logo coming, as we already have for Link Week.

The first official Q&A Land column is now out, Q&A With Gabe Rivera, Creator Of Techmeme. I say official because I’ve also now classified my Q&A With Jimmy Wales On Search Wikia article from the end of December as part of Q&A Land as well. Check them both out!


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Danny Sullivan
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Danny Sullivan was a journalist and analyst who covered the digital and search marketing space from 1996 through 2017. He was also a cofounder of Third Door Media, which publishes Search Engine Land and MarTech, and produces the SMX: Search Marketing Expo and MarTech events. He retired from journalism and Third Door Media in June 2017. You can learn more about him on his personal site & blog He can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

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