Lee Odden

Danny Sullivan Moves On

Barry reports this morning that Danny Sullivan is leaving Search Engine Watch.

Wow. What’s next? Hell freezing over? Cats and dogs living together? What in the world will Search Engine Watch and SES be without Danny?

Seems things didn’t quite work out with Incisive Media. I think there’s less of a question as to what will Danny do without Incisive. He’s done pretty well so far and can probably do just about anything he wants on a go forward.¬† If you want to keep informed on what Danny will be doing on a go forward, he’s set up a Yahoo Group.
Best of luck to you Danny!

PoorSo SoOKGoodAwesome (No Ratings Yet)

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 B2B marketing topics including content, search, social media and influencer marketing. When not at conferences, consulting, or working with his talented team, he's likely running, traveling or cooking up something new.


  1. Life does tend to go on! Another Danny will step up to the plate. Part of being successful in life is embracing change!


  1. […] A blog about the intersection of new media PR, blog and search marketing. Home  About  Resources  Archives  Subscribe  Contact  « Danny Sullivan Moves On […]

  2. […] ResourceShelf Google Blogoscoped Frank Barnako Niall Kennedy’s Weblog John Furrier Search Engine Watch Blog Jim Boykin’s Internet Online Marketing Blog […]

  3. Brian’s Business Blog » Danny Sullivan - the man moves on says:

    […] Online Marketing Blog […]

  4. Danny Sullivan’s New Job -- Macalua.com says:

    […] Want a fast qualitative assessment of how popular your SEO blog is with search engines? That’s Danny Sullivan’s new job. With almost every SEO blogging about Danny Sullivan’s departure from SEW and SES, “danny sullivan” the keyword can be used as a very basic measure for your blog’s SERP strength. The top two blogs are Lee Odden’s TopRankBlog (#16) and Matt Cutts’ blog (#17). The SEW Blog and Danny’s blog (Daggle) should be excluded from the rankings for obvious reasons. […]