Searchcowboys most helpful!

Mon 12 October 2009 09:00, Editors

Searchcowboys most helpful!

It's always a good feeling to get recognition for what you are doing. Barack Obama therefore must have felled both embarrassed but also proud when he heard he'd won the Nobel Prize.

But it's even better when the 'public votes' that you deserve to win. And that's what happened to Searchcowboys! Last month the blog Searchfeature ask their readers which web marketing blog was the most helpful of them all. After a month of voting Searchcowboys ended top of them all!

The top 7 consisted next to Searchcowboys of other big names:

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Off course we would like to thank all of the voters here :). It makes us proud that people enjoy what we do and find it helpful. It gives us a push in the back to not just keep doing what we're doing, but also improve what we are doing. And we plan to do that as much as we can.

The guys over at Searchfeature also interviewed our chief editor Bas van den Beld to find out more about Searchcowboys. Be sure to read the post!

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