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State of Search launches: get more insight in the world of search

16 February 2010 BY

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Hi and welcome at Stateofsearch.com!
Today at SES London we launch a new website which aims on giving more insight into the world of search and social media: Stateofsearch.com. The website is an initiative from former Searchcowboys Chief Editor Bas van den Beld, in cooperation with amongst others Lisa Myers.

Bas van den Beld says:

“When I left Searchcowboys I needed a ‘homebase’ for my articles. I wanted to more in depth and State of Search is the place to do that. When I talked to Lisa about this she immediately liked the idea and we decided to set up the website.”

On State of Search posts will appear that will look further than just at whats happening in search. State of Search will take a deeper look at search, trying to find the reasons behind and the impact of what is happening. Basically Stateofsearch.com will give you more insight into what is going on and why.

Bloggers
State of Search now features bloggers Bas van den Beld, Lisa Myers and Nichola Stott, but soon more names will be brought out from search experts who immediately responded to the news that the site was launching. The site will be open for bloggers around the world to contribute to the site, making it the place to be to find out everything about search and social.

Stateofsearch can be followed all over the web. Off course via Twitter (@state_ofsearch), Google Buzz (statesearch@gmail.com) and many more.

AUTHORED BY:
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Bas van den Beld is a speaker, trainer and online marketing strategist. Bas is the founder of Stateofdigital.com. -- You can hire Bas to speak, train or consult.
  • http://www.dennissievers.com Dennis Sievers

    Good luck Bas with your newborn project! The first articles surely made an impression, so keep it up!

  • http://www.geositemapgenerator.com Arjan Snaterse

    Congrats with the new site! Looking forward for another set of great articles!

  • http://www.sitevisibility.co.uk kelvin Newman

    Congrat Bas, let me know if I can help you out!

  • http://www.seorie.net Dirk

    Hi Bas, wish you and your teammates a good luck with state of search. Looking forward to find comprehensive addresses to the internet marketing nation!
    Dirk

  • http://seogadget.co.uk richardbaxterseo

    Congrats and best of luck Bas!

  • http://twitter.com/jaamit jaamit

    Great news Bas and best of luck building this up. I think you’re on to a winner though.

    PS I like this name better than Search Cowboys. That always reminded me of dodgy plumbers trying to charge you £500 for a new washer. this brand will be in peoples heads by the end of the week, I guarantee it ;)

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