Search Engine Land Founding Editor Danny Sullivan is a widely cited authority on search enginee optimization and search marketing. He's spent nearly two decades studying how search engines work and keeping marketers, webmasters, and everyday users informed, savvy, effective, and ethical.
Danny has been quoted in dozens of media outlets including The New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, and The New Yorker. We know you'll learn a lot by following Danny's work, checking out how he discovers and consumes content online, and better yet, by attending his presentation at INBOUND 2014.
What is your #1 source for staying on top of your world?
Techmeme.com. It’s my essential reading for what’s going on with the tech world. Beyond that, Mediagazer.com, for what’s happening in the media space. And, I shouldn’t overlook our Marketing Day and SearchCap newsletters at Marketing Land and Search Engine Land. I’m fortunate in that I get a preview of these early in the day, as part of our regular coverage process — they develop out of what’s shared among our staff and in particular by our news editor, Barry Schwartz. Twitter is always going for me as well, as a discovery resource, both on desktop and mobile.
When and what do you read online?
A typical day involves me constantly reading things that I’m discovering from the sources above, from when I get up until I end work for the day. And then some!
What is your favorite place on the web?
Not being on the web. Sadly, since I work all day on the web, it’s generally not fun for me to spend time on it later. Though I do enjoy just going through my Twitter or Facebook feed and seeing what people are sharing about their interests and their lives..