Code Of Ethics

  • Blogging Code of Ethics: Let’s Create One!

    … 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…

    Ann Smarty/ Basic Blog Tips- 17 readers -
  • SEMPO Code of Ethics: Not So Black and White

    … 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 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…

    Kristine Schachinger/ Search Engine Journalin SEO- 5 readers -
  • Industry Experts Respond to SEMPO’s Code of Ethics Plans

    … to be enforced. Clients don’t understand that search engines want money. Any practice that an SEO comes up with that does not make money for a search engine may eventually mean a punishment from the search engine. What is unethical is not being honest with a client that certain strategies are high risk. This has been a complaint since SEO first began…

    Jennifer Slegg/ The SEM Postin Social SEO Google- 8 readers -
  • First Look Into SEMPO’s Code of Ethics Plans

    … 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…

    Jennifer Slegg/ The SEM Postin SEO- 5 readers -
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