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Search Engine Resource Links
::portals, directories & SEM co's::

New Zealand Based Search Engines and Directories:

  Attitude's New Zealand Search Guide: Information on New Zealand Search Engines and Directories and Web Site Promotion in New Zealand. regional focused directory of New Zealand sites. quality controlled directory listing for New Zealand with an emphasis on commercial sites.

  New Zealand's Information Network: focus on tourism, travel and website promotion.

E-commerce in New Zealand: a government funded project of the E-commerce Action Team (ECAT) desgined as a hub for online e-business.

Marketing sites and blogs around the world:

  Search Engine Watch: Danny Sullivan the acknowledged 'guru' of search engines maintains the portal after selling to Sullivan provides a very useful subscription newsletter covering all major search engine developments (now split into 2 emails). The site also contains step by step guides for users new to search engines on how to achieve the best results.

  Web Rank: Kalena Jordan, Web Rank's CEO, was one of the first search engine optimisation experts in Australia and is well known and respected in the industry worldwide.

  Traffick: authored by Andrew Goodman (resident SEO advisor for Page-Zero Media). Insightful articles with many a useful link to SEO related sites.

  netmarketing blog: insightful internet marketing strategy blog it's a weblog about search engines


  Webmonkey Article: "SEO for FREE" - article aimed at a developer starting off down the road of SEO.

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