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Slow WordPress website?

Page load times are used by Google to evaluate the quality of your website and does affect your ranking in the search results.

So if you have a slow WordPress website, here's how to speed it up.

http://internet-marketing-muscle.com/how-to-speed-up-your-wordpress-website-in-3-simple-steps/

#WordPress #CDN
Learn how to increase your page load speeds for your WordPress website using 3 simple steps as outlined in the presentation.
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Should you exercise when you're sick?

The answer is "It depends." Give this handy reference to an infographic a look to see what you should do when you're under the weather.
The answer question of exercising when sick may surprise you. It actually depends on what your illness is as well as how much into the illness you are.
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Lean Bulking

Alternative to traditional bulking where you eat a see-food diet and gain a bunch of muscle AND fat then have to burn off the fat and wind up losing most of the muscle you gained.
For many weight trainers and bodybuilders, bulking and winter go hand-in-hand. But it doesn't work. Try lean bulking instead, where you limit your fat gain.
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Lean Content Curation Workflow

Here's how to do lean content curation.

http://slackerize.com/content-curation-hack-1

Many of the readers of this blog are writers, bloggers, content marketers, or some other type of person using and creating content, so that's why I'm writing this tip.

I use content creation and curation to "fill up" this site. Most of the stuff I post is curated content, probably in the order of 8 or 10 to 1 (curated versus created).

First off, let me explain what content curation is. I gave a talk a while back at a local Meetup about content curation. Here's my definition:

Finding, grouping, organizing, sharing, and elaborating on (i.e., editorializing) the best and most relevant content (articles, videos, pictures, tweets, songs, and other pieces of digital content) on a specific issue online.

There are 3 obstacles to overcome when you want to curate content.

--Finding content to curate
--Modifying and publishing curated content
--Promoting curated content

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Respect is earned when you be yourself and not try to compare or compete with anybody else

I think this duck says it all :P

#Slackerize   #lifehacks   #productivity   #mindhacks  
"When you are content to be simply yourself and don't compare or compete, everybody will respect you." -- Lao Tzu
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Six Rules of Success by Arnold Schwarzenegger 

Some really good words of wisdom from the #AustrianOak   #ArnoldSchwarzenegger  
What are Arnold Schwarzenegger's rules for success? He gives you six of them in this video.
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How to Convert a Static HTML Website to WordPress

Follow along as I show you exactly how to convert an old, static HTML website to WordPress WITHOUT losing PageRank
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This is a Meetup - unfortunately, this month I couldn't make a live in-person event, so I'm using the next best thing.
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So I did another rookie move - and didn't include the link to the package :)

OOPS.

Here's that link - and you really want to give it some thought because the pieces can be a bit confusing - 

http://internet-marketing-muscle.com/how-to-convert-a-static-html-website-to-wordpress/

In my humble opinion, the Excel spreadsheet is worth the price of the whole thing.

Of course, you get a lot more - the written Guide, the MindMaps, the Excel, and the video that you can always return to.
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Take a Should-Less Day

Often, life is too hectic and you lose your passion. Take a break. Go do something fun. Life isn't all about work and no play.

As humans, we have this concept of life backwards. We work work work just to pay bills that we don't need need need.

Take some time off. Read a book, go for a walk, play tennis, shoot some pool. Have a beer. Do your nails.

Whatever. Just put down the mouse, and go outside and PLAY.

Have a "Should-Less" day.

#Slackerize  
When life gets a little too stressful, consider taking a Should-Less day where you do nothing you *should* do and do whatever you want. Peace out.
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Education
  • University of California, Davis
    BA Economics
  • University of Phoenix
    MBA Technology Management
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Birthday
September 19
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William Davis
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Internet Entrepreneur
Introduction
I teach people how to do stuff on the internet.

I have been online since 1994 in various capacities, including back office automation, computer networking, application development, web site building and hosting, social media, blogging, and internet marketing.
Bragging rights
I have one beautiful wife, three handsome boys, and the prettiest little girl ever. I earned my MBA 12 years after graduating with my BA in economics. I have reached some small peaks, including Mt Shasta, Half Dome, and Mt Diablo (not much, but it's something!), most all of them under the strong influence of stupid and adrenaline.
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Internet Entrepreneur | I teach people how to do stuff on the internet
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information publishing, blogging, writing, social media, SEO, WordPress
Employment
  • Internet Marketing Muscle
    Information Publisher, 1996 - present
    I create, collect, and curate information to share with anybody who has an interest in it. I show people how to do the same to generate leads, customers, traffic, subscriptions. Basically, list building on steroids - badass undetectable steroids.
  • Computer Monkeys
    IT consultant, 1996 - 2004
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Livermore, CA
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Brentwood, CA - Davis, CA - Pleasanton, CA - San Ramon, CA - Pleasant Hill, CA
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Fresh meats and cheeses, great sandwiches! UPDATE: Sadly, this deli has closed. The food was awesome, the people were nice, but it was never run well (long delays in serving food and the owners did no marketing). Too bad. I really liked this place.
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reviewed a year ago
I'm going to make this an overall review with a note on my most recent experience there at the end... My family and I *generally* love this pizza. We like it because it's organic, we can get gluten-free dough, etc. The service is okay. Sometimes we think that management has no clue and it shows in the efforts of the employees. I guess bottom-line, the service is what diminishes this pizza restaurant from being really good to just so-so. We will continue to eat there but with trepidation. We never really know what we're going to get. Take tonight for example. I ordered on the phone for pickup. When we got there, the pizza wasn't ready. When it did come out of the oven, it was not what I had ordered. The cashier who took the order and performed the transaction did nothing other than take our pizza back and cook another...no apology, no sincerity, no concern for our having to wait 20-30 more minutes---not even an offer for a free drink to pass the time. Nothing. When you make a mistake in the service industry, it is standard to 1. give a heart-felt apology and 2. do *something* to show your appreciation of your customer and demonstrate that you will make things right if you can. Oh, and the pizza tonight was horrible: It was burnt underneath yet soggy in the middle, extremely greasy, and cold by the time I got it home. I'm not really sure how they pulled that off...
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Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
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John's has the best burgers in town. They have good milkshakes, too. If you want a real old-fashioned charburger, John's IS the place!
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I've been going to this restaurant for over 20 years. I first started frequenting El Tapatio when I lived a few blocks away, having just graduated from college and working in the area. I've since returned to eat there once a month. The food is awesome and the staff is even better than the food. They're great people. Of course, the food at a restaurant has to be good or else I wouldn't return. But it is the friendly, courteous, professional staff that makes all the difference. I highly recommend El Tapatio. It's one of the best restaurants in the Bay Area.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Dr Sedberry helped us understand the unique needs of our oldest child. She treated all of us with respect and was very patient, professional, and helpful. The good news was that there was nothing "wrong" with our son, yet she gave us some best practices and creative ideas to help us all work together. Our experience with Dr Sedberry was incredible. My wife and I would recommend her without any hesitation to parents with similar circumstances as ours.
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Sweet & Savory serves up the BEST breakfast burrito I've ever had. They're hot, fresh, and made to order. Plus, their chocolate cookies are awesome! Great lunch specials, too. Highly recommended.
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