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Part two of Reilly O’Donnell’s analysis of where to find SEO talent. Reilly acts on Rand Fishkin’s suggestion and compares the results of the February 2008 SEOmoz SEO survey with the data from the SEMPO members list.
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from debram 2282 Days ago #
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I didn’t read Part One to get a gist of what type of talent you’re looking for (established SEO’s or new hires) but it makes sense to me to look at colleges and universities offering an e-learning curriculum in business and/or marketing as a place to find potential talent. People who are already comfortable with this type of learning and excel at it are a step ahead of those with less computer experience.

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from yojpotter2 2281 Days ago #
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Nice representation of data..thanks for the images..now I can clearly picture out where the real SEO talents are found.

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