Search Engine Academy Announces Partnership with Innogage, Maker of Innoblogs #SEO

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The Search Engine Academy has chosen Innogage's Innoblogs tool as their corporate blogging platform, and have launched the corporate SEO blog. The SEO trainers provide informative articles on search engine techniques, news and commentary.

John Alexander

John Alexander, Founder, Search Engine Academy

Using the Innoblogs software, we've been blogging and information sharing with our family of globally-based SEO workshop educators who contribute together in a combined, collaborative effort to bring their students and the public a variety of useful SEO.

John Alexander, Director of the Search Engine Academy announced today that they are using Innogage's collaborative business blogging software tool, Innoblogs.

Alexander said, "Using the Innoblogs software, we've been blogging and information sharing with our family of globally-based SEO workshop educators who contribute together in a combined, collaborative effort to bring their students and the public a variety of useful SEO advice on a regular basis."

One of the advantages of the Innoblogs software is that it has features that grade each post for SEO, and it allows for many writers to work together in an organized effort. Built-in tools help guide writers to post content that stays on track, even though there are many people contributing. Even those who don't have good knowledge of search engine optimization can create blogs that get good SEO scores without much effort.

Nancy E. Wigal, the owner and operator of Search Engine Academy Washington DC met the CEO of Innogage, Tom Williams, last year at a higher education conference in San Antonio, TX. Tom attended Nancy's round table discussion of Infrastructure Architecture (IA) and SEO.

After the discussion, they discovered that their philosophy of implementing SEO into sites and blogs meshed perfectly. Wigal said, "It was really uncanny. If I hadn't known any better, I would have thought Tom took one of our courses."

While at the conference, Williams demonstrated some of the Innoblogs features, including the Search Engine Optimizer which impressed Wigal and Alexander with its ease of use and functionality.

"We are very excited to add the Search Engine Academy to our growing list of customers and power their blog on our Innoblogs platform," Williams said. "It is always encouraging to me when SEO and social media experts love our software. That tells me that we are continuing down the right path to add the most value for our customers."

Alexander said, "Our goal with this new relationship with Innogage is to create a library of useful information for the public. We will also provide training on how to blog collaboratively for agencies and companies that are interested in gaining real benefit and a return on investment from their blogging efforts."

Wigal is one of the Search Engine Academy blog editors. "What I really like about Innoblogs is that your writers can be assigned topics and scheduled to turn in posts for review. This discipline allows for consistent, regular posting which will get the posts and the associated links crawled regularly by the search engines. In just a short time using the software, we're getting great comments and re-tweets."

About the Search Engine Academy

The Search Engine Academy was founded in 2002, and teaches hands-on search engine optimization and internet marketing workshops throughout the world. They teach classes throughout the USA, Canada, Asia and Australia. For more information visit their website at http://www.searchengineacademy.com.

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