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About Us / Contact the Journal

Search Engine Journal is a 5 year old publication of Search Engine Journal Publishing Group, specializing in search engine news.

Journal Staff

  • Loren Baker, Editor in Chief : Mr. Baker has been involved in the search engine marketing field since 1998 with a background in paid search and search engine optimization. In 2002, he began collecting his research and thoughts on the SEM industry, which blossomed into the current Search Engine Journal publication.
  • Ann Smarty : Ann is the Associate Editor of Search Engine Journal, a seasoned SEO blogger and manages guest bloggers on Search Engine Journal. Ann’s posts usually revolve around lists of SEO resources, SEO tool reviews and other technical SEO issues.
  • Arnold Zafra, Search Corespondent : Mr. Zafra’s background is in Web 2.0 and Search programming, and he writes daily on the announcements by Google, Ask.com, Yahoo & MSN along with how these announcements effect web publishers.
  • Arun Radhakrishnan, Alternative Search : Arun specializes in search technology and the semantic web and covers alternative search engines and semantic search engines for the Search Engine Journal.
  • Rhea Drysdale : Ms. Drysdale’s quirky sense of humor paired with her background in SEO and local networking assists in her coverage of search engine functions and conferences for the Search Engine Journal.
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Loren Baker is the Founder of SEJ, an Advisor at Alpha Brand Media and runs Foundation Digital, a digital marketing strategy & development agency.
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  1. I have been an avid fan of SEJ for about 2 years and my natural search rankings for my glass jewelry and art glass website have truly benefited from your content. I am not a professional in the SEO industry but with the help of SEJ, I have been able to get my rankings up to #1, #2 or #3 for almost all my critical keywords.

    Thank you to all the great contributors!

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