Darren Shaw

Darren Shaw is an Australian former rugby league footballer and coach. He is the coach of Rochdale Hornets.Before his coaching career, Shaw played for a number of clubs in England and Australia. Shaw played for Brisbane Broncos[citation needed], London Broncos, Sheffield Eagles, Castleford Tigers, and Salford City Reds. At the Sheffield Eagles, Shaw earned a Challenge Cup winner's medal when the Eagles beat Wigan in the 1998 final. Darren Shaw was assistant coach to Bobbie Goulding at Rochdale Hornets prior to taking charge at Leigh in 2006. Shaw replaced Tony Benson after Benson was relieved of his duties following a shock play-off defeat to Batley Bulldogs.
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    • The New Local Ecosystem: An Interview with Darren Shaw

      If you know anything about local search, you know the Local Search Ecosystem chart, first published by David Mihm on GetListed.org back in 2009. Often called the “spaghetti chart” due to the dizzying number of interrelationships it depicts, the chart is a go-to marketing tool for explaining the complexity of local search and the flow of data between aggregators and publishers.

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