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February 14, 2008

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San Diego SEO

Research what keywords you can rank well for and go from there.

Allison Fabella

Jessica,

I am thrilled you're launching this site! I'm a big fan of your blog.

As for what should go on SEOinhouse.com, I would love to see articles and info related to managing enterprise-level websites, which is often the case with in-housers. For instance: how to build & structure an in-house dept.; how to juggle demands & priorities with few available resources; which processes can be automated and which should be managed manually, which CMS systems work best for large sites (and which don't). Also great would be a section dedicated to technical issues for large sites (i.e sharing articles across multiple categories, best solutions for database-driven sites not built for SEO, viewstate issues, etc). Perhaps a glossary of technical terms would be handy for talking tech with your dev team.

Also nice would be interviews with other SEOs who manage large sites. I always get so much out of their insight.

Well, there you have it. Thanks for asking and thanks for launching the site. I can't wait.

Allison Fabella
SEO Manager
Atlanta Journal & Constitution (www.ajc.com)

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