We’d like to take a brief moment to thank our sponsors, who make it possible for SEJ to continue serving our readers, pay hosting costs and bring the daily search engine news for four years and counting. I don’t make these posts very often, but it has been a good month so far and I wanted to give a big thank you to all of our sponsors and readers for your continued support!
Text Link Ads – Founded by Patrick Gavin and Bill Fish, Text Link Ads specializes in placing links on high quality, high traffic web properties.
ACSseo – Specializing in Social Media Marketing and Search Engine Optimization, ACS will help you get your online campaigns off the ground and make you “stand out from the crowd.”
eTrafficJams – An organic search engine optimization company based out of Clearwater, Florida, specializing in helping clients increase sales directly or indirectly, by optimizing their websites for specific keyword phrases to place higher in major search engines and attract targeted traffic.
Internet Marketing Ninjas – Internet Marketing Ninjas promises to teach you the kind of internet marketing tips that you won’t find plastered on every SEO site or talked about at industry conferences.
Text Link Brokers – Because you can never have enough text links. Text Link Brokers offers a variety of link building services including blog reviews, one way links, directory submission, and more.
RankSense – SEO tools and software designed for small business owners, RankSense is a complete and easy-to-use solution for top rankings that last-permanently
Dynamic Software – Established in 1989, Dynamic Software is a recognized leader in internet marketing software, search engine optimization services, and web promotion solutions.
SEO Inc – With more than a decade of experience, SEO Inc. is a professional search engine marketing firm, specializing in developing and implementing search engine optimization strategies that result in top placements.
[By the way, I’m using No Follow on these links only to not confuse sponsored editorial messages with paid linking. If I were reviewing, covering or contributing content from these great companies, I would not use the NoFollow. But this post is all about sponsorship.]