The Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization (SEMPO), www.sempo.org, today announced it is launching its first ever salary survey of in-house search engine marketing professionals. The survey is open to all in-house SEM professionals whether or not they are currently SEMPO members. Organic and/or paid-search, in-house professionals are all invited to take the survey.

The 20-question survey can be accessed at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=DZCiIcuGHhZtJqv7NrjTrQ_3d_3d

Respondents have anonymity when taking the survey. SEMPO is running the survey through October and possibly will continue it into November. Results of the survey will be published in November.

Among the data trends SEMPO hopes to gauge are the overall salary range of SEM jobs, from entry level to executive; salary variations by geographic markets, the total compensation package beyond salaries, such as bonuses, benefits and perks; SEM staffing levels within enterprises, and SEM budget levels.


October 4, 2007





Manoj has been in the Digital marketing industry for over 10 years with experience at some of Canada's largest companies: WestJet and Shaw Communications. Manoj first started in the search marketing industry with Enquiro Search Solutions, where he spearheaded web analytics, SEO Training and the development of cutting edge search marketing solutions for clients. Manoj is also an entrepreneur in the Mobile and Local Deals space.

Manoj is a Professional Speaker having participated at events such as Web Analytics Congress (Amsterdam), Emetrics, Web Analytics Xchange, WebTrends Engage, Internet Marketing Conference, Social Media Innovation Summit and Search Engine Strategies. He has also contributed to several leading online publications such as: Search Engine Land, Marketing Pilgrim, WebProNews, Search Engine Guide and the Web Analytics Assocation.

He founded and successfully sold Web Analytics World (a top 100 Digital Marketing Blog – http://adage.com/power150) and was voted #39th Most Influential Digital Marketer in North America – 2009 (see: www.Invesp.net)






Comments(3)

This will make the search marketing community aware of their minimum expected salary. Great initiative by SEMPO.

Very cool, I just moved to LA and am considering several opportunities, but it looks like all SEM employers want to know my salary expectations. This is such a difficult thing, on one hand I want the job, any job at the moment, on the other I want to make sure they pay me what I am worth so that I am not tempted to change 6 months from now. Thanks for the help.

Wow, I never knew that SEMPO Releases In House SEM Salary Survey. That's pretty interesting...

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