Lee Odden

Video Interview: Dave Roth of Yahoo

Dave Roth works as Director of Search Marketing at Yahoo. That means Dave is a Search Engine Marketer that works for a search engine. I’ve known Dave for several years and we finally decided to do a video interview. Watch the interview below to learn what a search marketer that works for a search engine does, especially the challenges and opportunities in communications on search marketing performance in a large company.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqJ4bCjD7O4[/youtube]

Of course, we couldn’t talk to someone like Dave at Yahoo without mentioning the transition of search results to Bing over on the Yahoo site. What does this mean for SEO? What does it mean for Paid Search?  What’s the fate of Site Explorer and where does it fit within Bing Webmaster Tools? Is SEO good or bad for search engines? How much of a signal does social media provide search engines? We discuss these topics and more.

Thanks Dave!

Blog: Industrial Strength SEM
Twitter: DaveRothSays

The video is available in 480 and 780 formats as well, just click on the size drop down.

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Lee Odden About Lee Odden

@LeeOdden is the CEO of TopRank Marketing and editor of Online Marketing Blog. Cited for his expertise by The Economist, Forbes and the Wall Street Journal, he's the author of the book Optimize and presents internationally on integrated content, search, social media and influencer marketing. When not at conferences, consulting, or working with his talented team, he's likely on a beach somewhere doing absolutely nothing.

Comments

  1. Isnt it YouTube on the third place not yahoo!

  2. good interview, thans

  3. Understanding the numbers is just vital for search marketing, to prove or disprove the ROI!rnrnYou’re never going to get a perfect valuation but the closer you can get the better. And like everything, start small, test your assumptions and build from there.rnrnThen it’s a case of implement, test, tweak, learn, change and then implement again and so it starts again.rnrnThanksrnrnSeanrnrnSean McPheat

  4. Thanks!!