International SEO post makes SEMMY awards finalPress release January 27, 2010 PR
The finalists in the 2010 SEMMY awards have been announced and WebCertain’s Andy Atkins-Krüger’s Top 10 Pitfalls of International SEO has made the final of the SEO category.
The 30 nominated posts in that category have been whittled down to just 6 by 3 SEO experts and they are now open to a public vote. Posts are available to view and vote on at www.semmys.org.
The winners will be announced on 1st February.
The SEMMYs are intended to acknowledge the quality content produced by search marketers and all of the nominated posts in each category are listed on the website.
Andy says, “There were a lot of great nominations this year, so to be chosen as one of the finalists is fantastic. International SEO is definitely becoming a more interesting subject for many marketers and hopefully my post will help them avoid some of the common mistakes of international search.”
There are 17 categories altogether, including analytics, blogs and blogging and local search.
WebCertain is the one stop shop for all international search marketing needs.
Operating from just one location, WebCertain’s team of native speakers from around the globe works together to create bespoke multilingual online campaigns for its clients.
Combining local cultural and linguistic knowledge with search marketing expertise leads to accurate, effective, relevant campaigns which are guaranteed to improve online performance.
From SEO to PPC, Social Media to Usability, Online PR to Web Development, WebCertain offers the full range of online services. In addition to its online services, WebCertain’s translation arm, WebCertain Translates, provides professional translations and localisation for both on- and offline projects.
WebCertain also runs the International Search Summit- conferences dedicated to international and multilingual search marketing.
For more information on WebCertain’s services, visit www.webcertain.com.