Joe Griffin Makes Search Predictions for 2010

January 4th, 2010 • By:  • Expert Interviews

 

As an innovator in search for the past 12 years, Joe has held executive positions at iCrossing, and was a co-founder and President of Web.com Search Agency. Since 2002, however, Joe has held the position of CEO at Dean Garland Corporation. Joe is currently the Managing Director at iAcquire. iAcquire is a global leader in large-scale, crowd-sourcing level link building and viral marketing initiatives for exclusive clientele including leading Internet brands and appropriately funded Internet start-ups.

Joe is active within his community and sits on the board at AZIMA and LegalACE. His predictions for 2010 are proof that he is a resource to be trusted and well regarded.

In the video below Arnie asks Joe: 

1.) What are your predictions for the search industry in general for the year ahead?

2.) How about specifically real-time search, where do you see that headed? 

3.) What one critical issue should those in the search engine marketing space be concerned about or focused on in 2010?



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One Response to “Joe Griffin Makes Search Predictions for 2010”

  1. Alex Vega Says:

    Good interview Joe.

    Alex

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