New Online Library for Search Engine Marketing Industry

The Search Engine College announces its latest project, Search Engine Wiki today. Founder and Director of Studies, Kalena Jordan, has been actively involved with the search engine optimization and marketing industry from its beginnings. She and husband, Jerry, founded the Search Engine College, providing online learning, self-study and certification courses at affordable fees.

Today’s announcement culminates 10 years of intimate involvement and tracking the industry. The new vertical wiki enables visitors to get the most accurate information and resources, as well as networking for employment opportunities.

Lists of international search engines categorized by country, type and industry
A glossary of definitions for common terms used in SEO, PPC and SEM
An extensive library of search engine marketing articles
Employment resources where you can find SEO, PPC and SEM jobs
A collection of popular search engine marketing blogs and newsfeeds
Frequently Asked Questions about search engines and SEM
A list of popular search engine marketing tools and time saving software
Links to upcoming search industry conferences and events
Introductions to well known search industry personalities

Plus a large variety of other resources relating to the exciting and fast-paced world of search engine marketing. We’ve been compiling these resources for over 10 years now and we’ve decided to share them all with the public in the form of a collaborative wiki. This means that YOU can become an editor and add your own favorite resources.

For fun, try Search Engine Marketing Personalities, Search Engine Marketing Frequently Asked Questions and the list of industry related blogs.

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