Stepping Down From Search Engine Watch

I’m leaving Search Engine Watch as of December 1, given that its owner
Incisive Media and I have been
unable to agree on terms to renew my contract. I’m also leaving the Search
Engine Strategies conference series at the end of this year.
Leaving Search Engine Watch
on my personal blog Daggle explains my reasons for departing in more detail. I
won’t get all mushy and sad to say goodbye to readers yet, since I’m still
planning to work just as hard as ever for Search Engine Watch through the end of
November. I have no news on who will be taking over, but I or someone else from
Search Engine Watch will keep you informed as Incisive makes those plans.

Postscript Barry: I wanted to sum up all the news on this topic. So I wrote at my blog the Reaction from the Search Community on Danny Sullivan’s Departure. I warn you, it is pretty detailed.

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