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10BestSEO.com Names SearchRPM of Austin, TX the #1 SEO Agency in the … – PR Newswire (press release)

10BestSEO.com Names SearchRPM of Austin, TX the #1 SEO Agency in the
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10BestSEO.com has just named SearchRPM of Austin, TX number one on their list of top SEO companies in the country for April 2014. Using a variety of measurements and quantitative data, SearchRPM was found to utilize the most effective strategies for …

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Mozilla Names Former Exec Chris Beard As Interim CEO

Mozilla has a new leader, at least in the short term. The custodian of the Firefox browser named former vice president of products and chief marketing officer Chris Beard as its interim chief executive officer.

Beard, who most recently was an executive-in-residence at Greylock Partners venture capital firm, takes over the top spot at Mozilla after former chief technology officer Brendan Eich. Mozilla appointed Eich as the CEO at the end of March, although his stay was short lived after a firestorm of controversy around his support of the Proposition 8 initiative in California that banned gay marriage in the state until overruled by the courts.

Beard started at Mozilla in 2004 as VP of products before becoming the chief innovation officer and later head marketing officer. Even after leaving Mozilla in June 2013, he has listed himself as an advisor to the company. Beard will also be joining Mitchell Baker, Reid Hoffman and Katharina Borchert on Mozilla’s board of directors.

Baker summed up the introduction of Beard on the company’s official blog:

Mozilla is building these kinds of alternatives for the world. It’s why we’re here. It’s why we gather together to focus on our shared mission and goals. We intend to use recent events as a catalyst to develop and expand Mozilla’s leadership. Appointing Chris as our interim CEO is a first step in this process. Next steps include a long-term plan for the CEO role, adding board members who can help Mozilla succeed and continuing our efforts to actively support each Mozillian to reach his or her full potential as a leader.

Beard follows Jay Sullivan as a top executive at Mozilla to be named interim CEO. Sullivan was the chief operating officer of Mozilla and also held the role of CEO after Gary Kovacs resigned from the role in the spring of 2013. Sullivan left Mozilla after Eich was named CEO.

Mozilla still has plenty of work to do to reestablish its leadership. It also needs two more board members after three left when Eich was made CEO. Mozilla also needs to find a new chief technology officer to replace Eich. Li Gong is set to take over the role of COO this year.

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Mozilla Names Former CMO Chris Beard As Its New Chief Executive

Mozilla has a new leader, at least in the short term, appointing former vice president of products and chief marketing officer Chris Beard as chief executive officer.

Beard, who most recently was an executive-in-residence at Greylock Partners venture capital firm, takes over the top spot at Mozilla after former chief technology officer Brendan Eich. Mozilla appointed Eich as the CEO at the end of March and his stay was short lived after a firestorm of controversy around his support of the Proposition 8 bill in California that banned gay marriage in the state.

Beard started at Mozilla in 2004 as VP of products before becoming the chief innovation officer and later head marketing officer. Even after leaving Mozilla in June 2013, he has listed himself as an advisor to the company. Beard will not be the permanent replacement for Eich at Mozilla as his appointment is interim until a new CEO is chosen. Beard will also be joining Mitchell Baker, Reid Hoffman and Katharina Borchert on Mozilla’s board of directors.

Baker summed up the introduction of Beard on the company’s official blog:

Mozilla is building these kinds of alternatives for the world. It’s why we’re here. It’s why we gather together to focus on our shared mission and goals. We intend to use recent events as a catalyst to develop and expand Mozilla’s leadership. Appointing Chris as our interim CEO is a first step in this process. Next steps include a long-term plan for the CEO role, adding board members who can help Mozilla succeed and continuing our efforts to actively support each Mozillian to reach his or her full potential as a leader.

Beard follows Jay Sullivan as a top executive at Mozilla to be named interim CEO. Sullivan was the chief operating officer of Mozilla and also held the role of CEO after Gary Kovacs resigned from the role in the spring of 2013. Sullivan left Mozilla after Eich was named CEO.

Mozilla still has plenty of work to do to reestablish its leadership. It also needs two more board members after three left when Eich was made CEO. Mozilla also needs to find a new chief technology officer to replace Eich. Li Gong is set to take over the role of COO this year.

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topseos.in Names SEO Novus as the Seventh Best Search Engine Optimization … – PR Web (press release)

topseos.in Names SEO Novus as the Seventh Best Search Engine Optimization
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topseos.in has awarded SEO Novus as the seventh best SEO company in India in the month of March 2014. Internet marketing services are inspected by the independent research team at topseos.in to establish which services produce the best SEO solutions.
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topseos.com Names Bonsai Media Group as the Fifteenth Top SEO Agency for … – Midland Daily News

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In order to contest a more in-depth evaluation of competing search marketing services, topseos.com also interviews client referrals of the best SEO services which have been showcased in the rankings. The questions clients are generally asked delve into 

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Keyword Rich Domain Names Improving Search Rankings is a Myth, According to Bing by @mattsouthern

Duane Forrester, Sr. Product Manager of Bing, claims it’s a myth that keyword rich domain names improve search engine rankings in a post published yesterday on the Bing Webmaster Blog. This came about after Forrester attended Namescon and overheard people discussing how keyword rich or exact match domain names can make or break your site. Claiming […]

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Bing: It’s A Myth That Keyword Rich Domain Names Improve Search Rankings

Microsoft Bing’s Senior Product Manager, Duane Forrester, wrote last night at the Bing Webmaster Blog that it is only a myth that in today’s ranking algorithms that a keyword rich domain name will make enough of an impact on your rankings to give you a major boost above your…



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