Welcome to the new SearchCowboys

Thu 18 February 2010 13:12, Henk de Hooge

Welcome to the new SearchCowboys

As you will know by now, chief editor Bas van den Beld, last week-end said goodbye. We thank him for having worked hard and filled with enthusiasm for SearchCowboys.
Bas has played a significant role in getting this European blog on the map and, together with all the other SearchCowboys bloggers, connected with other SEM specialists and organisations. We thank them all for that great job.

The fact that Bas is no longer chief editor doesn’t mean he has left the building completely! He will continue to blog on Dutchcowboys and you will surely read his posts here too every now and then.

We all thank Bas and wish him all the best in the new projects he has started, including writing a book, and that have driven him to his choice. After all, there are only 24 hours in one day.
Now, let’s take a look at the future. SearchCowboys.com does not cease to exist. On the contrary! Besides the bloggers you all know, SearchCowboys has new contributors that will further strengthen the blog.

As you know, search engine marketing, is changing. Social media play a more important role as recent data have proven. On top of that, there is a clear evolution in the market towards conversion marketing.

SearchCowboys will tackle these topics too.

And, as it seems, many people have been waiting for it. The increasing number of retweets of yesterdays’ post ‘Social media marketing strategies for SEO purposes’ prove it.

Talking about Twitter: the Twitter account of SearchCowboys is managed by the existing team. So, keep on sending us messages, and we will gladly respond to them.

Thanks again to Bas and the whole team of bloggers for making this happen!

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  • Hiya,

    I used to email Bas directly when I had interesting search news for him. What do I do for the new management? Do you have a contact address?


    Di 23 feb 2010, 15:40

  • I feel sad to see him go. Thank you for the post. I'm looking forward to see his works in the future and searchcowboys also.

    Do 20 okt 2016, 13:15


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