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SOURCE: Internet Marketing Ninjas
ThreadWatch.org owner, Aaron Wall, has turned the website over to Jim Boykin of Internet Marketing Ninjas, in a strategic move to revive the website as an Internet marketing resource, and breathe new life into what was once a very thriving Internet marketing news and community resource.
Clifton Park, New York (PRWEB) January 09, 2013
Jim Boykin, CEO of Internet Marketing Ninjas (IMN), Developer Shed, and owner of Cre8asiteForums and WebmasterWorld Forums has been gifted ownership of ThreadWatch.org, by SEOBook.com's Aaron Wall. Boykin, with the help of other respected editors, including Wall, intends to revive the website, which was once an extremely popular Internet marketing news website and community.
Wall, who had acquired ThreadWatch.org in 2005 from Nick Wilson, later closed the website in June of 2007, has handpicked Boykin to lead ThreadWatch into a new era. “I had many purchase requests over the years, from people wanting to buy ThreadWatch, but held out on those,” says Wall. “Now, I have given the site to Jim, because I believe he will do his best to make ThreadWatch the best it can be.”
"I'm excited to bring back ThreadWatch,” stated Boykin, “it was my favorite resource on Internet Marketing for years, and with the help of many, we're going to work to breathe new life into the community. At first, we're going to release the site just as it was years ago, then after a few months. We'll start updating the site to be more modern and more social.” To aid in the revival of the website, Boykin has assembled a team of Internet marketers to serve as the editors and offer valuable insight specific to their areas of expertise.
The new ThreadWatch team of editors includes: Jim Boykin, Aaron Wall, Ann Smarty, Joe Hall, Matt McGowan, Ted Ulle, Roger Dooly, Michael Gray, Jason Duke, Jeremy Schoemaker, Shawn Collins, Bill Hartzer, Barry Schwartz, Dixon Jones, and Dave Naylor. Together as a team, these industry professionals will assist in and oversee this changing of the guard. They will update the community and provide insight into many different areas of search engine optimization and marketing.
ThreadWatch.org was originally operated by founder Nick Wilson. In 2005, Aaron Wall took control of the website; which had, in less than a year, become one of the industry’s top news resources and experienced a surge of community activity. Under Walls ownership, ThreadWatch continued to be successful, but closed in 2007. With the help of Boykin and his team of editors, Threadwatch will once again be the premiere Internet marketing resource and community, featuring up-to-date information and invaluable SEO insight that will serve to expand the knowledge of community members and allow them to explore new marketing techniques and possibilities. Driven by community participation, ThreadWatch brings together industry experts from different areas of SEO and internet marketing.
About Jim Boykin
Jim Boykin began his career in Internet marketing in 1999, with the founding of his company Internet Marketing Ninjas (IMN), formerly We Build Pages. Rebranding in 2011, IMN is a full-service Internet marketing company with approx. 100 trained marketing ninjas working at their offices in Clifton Park, New York. IMN offers link-building, SEO analysis, usability/conversion analysis, content development, social media, local marketing, and reputation management. Continuing to grow, develop, and explore new opportunities, IMN added several professionals to their executive staff, including Joe Hall, Kim Krause Berg, Ann Smarty, and Kris Jones, all of whom joined IMN in 2012. Boykin has acquired several Internet properties in the past year, including the Developer Shed Network, WebmasterWorld, and Cre8asiteforums.
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