3 Years of State of Search: Happy Birthday to a Great Blog (and win!)

Last Saturday marked a special day. On that day 3 years ago we published our very first article (in which we even mentioned Google Buzz, wow!). Three years ago we were at the first day of SES London (which again takes place this week), and I remember sitting with a group of brand new State of Search blogger around a round table bashing out the first articles. If I am correct Lisa Myers was there, Sam Murray, Louis Venter and Nichola Stott. Today we write (this one!) our 2300 th article.

Three years later we are the most successful search blog and Europe, knocking on doors of becoming one of the most important blogs world wide. An incredible adventure started there three years ago and we are now making plans for a very interesting and bright future. For now we’d like to thank you for reading our articles and thank the 38 bloggers for their excellent material of the years. Here’s to the future!

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Share your favorite and win!

We would also love to know what your favorite post was, so drop a comment or share on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ what your favorite post in the last three years is. If there are more than 50 people sharing their best post, we will pick two of these 50 people to win something special…:

One ticket to BRIGHTON SEO and the Content Marketing Show

(were tickets haven’t even been released yet!)

and One ticket to SASCON!

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Bas van den Beld

About Bas van den Beld

Bas van den Beld is an award winning Digital Marketing consultant, trainer and speaker. He is the founder of State of Digital and helps companies develop solid marketing strategies.

3 thoughts on “3 Years of State of Search: Happy Birthday to a Great Blog (and win!)

  1. One of my favorite posts was on why people search for contact lenses in October. It was a great example of looking at data, adding some marketing knowledge, and coming up with an actionable insight.

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