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… Blogosphere is the youngest industry with huge media influence. There are almost no formal laws controlling what is right or wrong. In most cases, we are guided by our own personal perspective on the ethics but even what may seem “common sense” to us may not seem as “common” to someone else. Many ethics mistakes are unintentional, because…
Editor Note: This “pro” post is part of a two-part series about the proposed Search Marketing Code of Ethics, as presented by SEMPO at SearchCongress.org. To read the “anti” viewpoint from Kristine Schachinger and Alan Bleiweiss, click here. This post is not sponsored by any organization or party and was facilitated by the SEJ Editorial Team.
Editor note: This “anti” post is part of a two-part series about the proposed Search Marketing Code of Ethics, as presented by SEMPO at SearchCongress.org. To read the “pro” viewpoint from Tony Wright and Chris Boggs, click here. This post is not sponsored by any organization or party and was facilitated by the SEJ Editorial Team. Alan Bleiweiss also contributed to this post.
… Last week, Tony Wright and Chris Boggs responded to questions about the proposed Code of Ethics that SEMPO is spearheading. Now I have put questions to several well known industry experts to get their reactions and opinions on the Code of Ethics plans. I spoke with Rhea Drysdale, CEO of Outspoken Media; Kristine Schachinger, an independent…
… Many SEOs have been concerned when the news broke about SEMPOs plans to create and potentially enforce a code of ethics on the SEO industry. At Pubcon, SEMPO held an information meeting to give more details on how they plan to create and implement the code of ethics. Tony Wright, the CEO of WrightIMC led the meeting, detailing how he sees…