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November 26, 2007

Topics: Web Development.

Subscribe to Search Marketing StandardThe winter issue of Search Marketing Standard is out today – and along with the latest issue, I’m inviting you to take advantage of a limited-time offer from Search Marketing standard which will allow you to subscribe at 67% off the cover price. Now, Search Marketing Standard is already a pretty reasonably priced publication at $15/year — but this discount will give you a year’s subscription for $4.95. ($6.60 for international subscriptions.)

Now, I don’t normally go out of my way to advertise for companies on this blog. However, there’s an extra little piece of incentive in this case which makes me a bit more inclined to push this. Specifically, for every subscriber using coupon code HOLIDAY67, Search Marketing Standard will be donating $1 to the charity Toys for Tots.

The promotion is good for two weeks – it’ll end on Monday, December 10th. Just enter the coupon code HOLIDAY67 during registration to get your subscription.

And a note to those who keep track of these things: Search Marketing Standard is a good publication. They focus on analytics-based, meaningful issues in Search Marketing. This isn’t a publication where you’re going to see anybody recommending cloaking, keyword-stuffing, or any of those many highly questionable practices in the SEO world. It’s not about accessibility, but this publication discusses methods which somebody with a commitment to standards-based, accessible web development can faithfully use to make serious progress in the search marketing arena — without breaking their other commitments.

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3 Comments to “Get your subscription to Search Marketing Standard!”

  1. Three years for $11.55! I will spread the word.
    Thanks for spreading the word.

  2. Pretty amazing, really. Well worth the price!

    (At that price, is the above statement really a compliment? I’m unsure…)

  3. Wow! That’s incredibly cheap — I’ve subscribed immediately. Thank you 🙂