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Newport Beach, Orange County
Founding Editor, SearchEngineLand.com
As seen in:  CNET

Founding Editor, @MarketingLand & @SEngineLand, covering Google, Facebook, Twitter, SEO, SEM & all things digital marketing, search marketing and search.

Danny Sullivan's Biography

Widely considered a leading "search engine guru," Danny Sullivan has been helping webmasters, marketers and everyday web users understand how search engines work for nearly two decades.

Danny's expertise about search engines is often sought by the media, and he has been quoted in places like The Wall St. Journal, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, Forbes, The New Yorker and Newsweek and ABC's Nightline.

Danny began covering ...

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What was your first job as a journalist?

Cub reporter on my campus paper.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Oh, yes!

How is social media changing news?

It's providing even faster access to the news and sources, with pros and cons for accuracy, along the way.

Best Brand Tweets On The Dress: White & Gold Or Blue & Black?

marketingland.com — It's the debate that rocked Twitter. Is that dress immortalized on BuzzFeed white and gold or blue and black? Brands wasted no time jumping onto the meme.

Is Yahoo's Rise In Search Market Share About To End?

marketingland.com — Another month, another gain for Yahoo in taking search share away from Google, thanks to Yahoo's partnership with Firefox. What's puzzling is that at this point, Yahoo should have already hit a "high water mark" for what that deal could produce. How's Yahoo still posting gains?

Modern Family Tech Cameos

pinterest.com — From the Modern Family episode that took place entirely on Claire's MacBook, various "cameos" of tech companies featured.

A Marketer's Guide To Snapchat & How Brands Can Build Followers Through "Stories"

marketingland.com — Don't understand why anyone uses Snapchat or how marketers can tap into it? I was with you until about two weeks ago. But the recent launch of Snapchat Discover is causing many to take another look. Here's my guide to using the social network, in particular the "Stories" feature, and why it might be worth your time.

Twitter To Give Google Access To "Firehose" Of Tweets

searchengineland.com — The reports that Twitter would once again work out a deal with Google to provide them access to the "firehose" of tweets were indeed true. Dick Costolo, the CEO of Twitter, confirmed it minutes ago on the earnings call.

How Twitter's New Deal To Bring Tweets To Google Search Works

marketingland.com — It's official. Twitter and Google are once again partnered so that Google has full access to Twitter's feed of tweets, commonly called the Twitter "firehose." What's this mean for how tweets appear in Google? How's it different from the last deal? Our FAQ tried to anticipate your questions and give answers as best we know.

Google Suggesting Firefox Users Change Their Search Engine & Home Page

searchengineland.com — Now that Yahoo has gained search share from Google thanks to its Firefox deal, the search giant seems to be finally hitting back with moves to get users to switch to Google. I've been checking each week since the deal was announced in November to see if Google would finally do as I expected, try to prompt those using Firefox to change back from Yahoo to Google.

Live Blog: The Microsoft Windows 10 Briefing

marketingland.com — Good morning! Microsoft is sharing the future of its new Window 10 operating system in a "Windows 10 Briefing" today. We'll be live blogging the event, which begins at 9am. It's also being live streamed here. Join your peers at Marketing Land's SMX West conference for three days of tactical sessions, keynotes and clinics on paid search, SEO, mobile search and more.

What Time Is The State Of The Union? White House Uses SEO To Spread The Word

searchengineland.com — President Barack Obama will deliver his 2015 State of the Union at 6pm PT tonight. If you didn't know the time, you might turn to Google or Bing for an answer. And there, the White House hopes to inform you through a special post it made to rank for that topic.

Google Still Doing At Least 1 Trillion Searches Per Year

searchengineland.com — How many searches does Google handle per day, month or year? The company is notorious for not regularly sharing such figures. But we now know that it remains at least more than one trillion, the first update since Google last shared over two years ago.
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Feb 27, 2015

Whaaaaaaaaaat?!!! OK, now I've got to watch @12MonkeysSyfy next week to figure out what's going on. #12Monkeys

Feb 27, 2015

Wish in addition to this✌️we had a Vulcan salute emoji especially today #LLAP

Feb 27, 2015

@Ross SoCal has confidence not to need SoCal socks :) but also, nice!

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