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so. close. soo close. Great video - I'd love to see the telemetry on that attempt. 
#Falcon9   #SpaceX   +SpaceX
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- trailers... reminds me when I was a kid. Parents had us traveling all over the country in a huge trailer we had. Make sure you get a toy hauler version!
- What happened to Bryce's arm? big scratch. looks cool. probably why he got kissed ;)
- Congrats on 3 years guys... Proud of you +Clintus McGintus - been hearing you talk about this for a long time... love seeing it play out so good for you guys. Cheers brother.
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didn't expect to get the feels coming here but dude... sorry man. losing a buddy like that isn't ever good or easy to deal with. everybody deals with bad stuff and rough times... just matters how you pick yourself up and move on and grow from it. Maybe soon you can go rescue a new friend - those pups need somebody like you to care for them.
Cheers man.
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omg that's awesome. want! 
Next... need a +Destiny the Game speeder ;) 
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Nice dude. I subb'd here on YT because I've been watching your Twitch lately and like it... little hard to pay attention to chat with it all zooming by and I'm working but... hoping I can get some more of your opinion content here.
As for this video... lulz... it's funny that 'random' isn't understood by people whom play video games... and that you had to explain it... but after watching your Twitch and reading reddit and #destinythegame  forums... I completely understand why you'd need to make this video. Everybody feels entitled to an item if they've done a raid once or twice. I, for one, am one of those poor saps who have  yet to get a Gally... someday... but I'm also a digital marketer and I understand how a random distribution system works... at least enough to not get mad at it when it doesn't do something I expected (wanted) it to do. 
Anyways... good Twitch channel man... appreciate it and I'll be checking out your YT stuff more now too. 
Cheers.
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Nice.. VIce always has great interviews 

#ViceNews   #Obama  
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#totallyagree   #omg   #seriously  
So in regard to Instagram specifically - they've pretty much entrenched themselves in the need to use hashtags for findability of anything on that network. Similar in ways to the original Flickr or 500px now. There, when I tag something with #bourbon   #whiskey   #larceny  then get into little more broad terms like #alcohol   #drinkin   #whiskeytrain   #ice   #liquid   #hooch  and even more crazy broad like the background of the image like #sky #blue #drink #oak #aged  etc etc etc... the interactions I've had on those photos I've rambled on with hashtags has drastically increased. For those sites it works and that's the entire point. You still focus on those specific keywords for hashtags - such as the unique branded ones for the company or campaign - but on those specific sites you'll get much more interaction blasting the tags all willy nilly.  Pinterest is a little like that too now that I think about it. 
But... when you're talking about twitter or facebook - much different scenario. Twitter you need to be short and precise and it's excellent to aggregate tweets from an event specifically (if you can get everybody using the same unified tag). At least on Twitter it's more well known you can search a hashtag and see the stream; whereas on Facebook, only recently have they opened that ability up and I'm quite positive not that many people are actually using it. Will they? eh.. probably not because nobody uses Facebook like that. On Twitter it's much more relevant to use a single or maybe two unique tags to classify a tweet to something. 
For instance drag racing.. I know there's not a lot of fans on twitter.. (they're coming on slowly now that the drivers are using it and #NASCAR  is pushing it on every broadcast too now) when I do tweet with #NHRA , and in the example of the most recent race #NHRAVegas  (track hashtag), I get a lot more interaction and recently followers because of that and subsequently conversations I can't have with friends that don't pay attention to that stuff. Football.. baseball... etc... same thing. 
It bothers me more when there's a defined and clear hashtag for an event or tvshow or something - and people can't use the same one - than it bothers me that people use too many.
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Love the new channel intro man... good stuff! 
#travel   #adventuretravel  
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+Chuck Reynolds Thanks! It was a ton of fun to create. As I will say in the vlog that goes up in a couple of hours, I'm seriously considering doing these kinds of highlight reels on a regular basis.
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sounds faster... but still may eat your computer ram ;) 
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Very nice sir....  bail vehicle, egress from immediate area, take cover, assess, move, assess, eliminate the aggressors. Very well done. +Aethos19D would be proud +webdork :)
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Charlie Reynolds, ryno, rynoweb, ryno267
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Chuck Reynolds Internet Engineer of things
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Chuck Reynolds is a Web strategist and search engine optimization (SEO) expert specializing in high-level WordPress development and Digital Asset Optimization (DAO). He helps professionals and small businesses with local search optimization, location-based marketing, and online reputation management through his Chandler, Arizona-based company, Vuurr. His startup is called Levers - which runs predictive forecast models on your digital marketing data.

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Technical SEO, Information Architect, WordPress
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conversion optimization, on-site technical seo, wordpress development, ux planning, ui wireframing
Employment
  • Vuurr
    Partner, 2011 - present
    Vuurr is a Digital Intelligence and engineering firm. Custom Web Apps. Technical Consulting on Analytics & Conversion Optimization.
  • Levers
    CMO, 2013 - 2015
    Levers provides predictive analytics tools for digital marketing professionals. Use existing analytics data to forecast and know where to execute your next move.
  • Betwext.com
    Parnter, 2011 - 2014
    Text everyone. Be a hero. Betwext provides SMS Marketing and text message marketing tools for groups, organizations, and businesses of all sizes.
  • rYnoweb
    Owner, 1998 - 2015
    rYnoweb specializes in audits and consulting for Google Analytics, UX, and on-site technical SEO. WordPress development and implementation are right in our wheelhouse as well.
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Simple, affordable, good. Small little shop that seems to have been here for a while. Now that I know it's here and it's fairly cheap and the food is good - I've been back a lot recently for lunch. Vietnamese sandwiches from $3.85-$5, American style sandwiches too from $5-$7, coffee and smoothies. Breakfast sandwiches $4-$5 and plates $6.75 too. Cute little place with a few tables inside and one outside with snacks and magazines/books. Just a great little local neighborhood place that I'm more than happy with.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Their food is fantastic... Shepherds Pie was probably the best I've ever had? Great happy hour and good beers. Found my new local pub!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Don't judge a book by it's cover here... the only signage is "pizza" out front... and there's only two small tables with some plastic chairs inside and I wouldn't recommend eating there just because of the traffic of people coming in and out and waiting for food.. There's just a big counter when you walk in and the guys are just working away. First off... WINGS ARE FANTASTIC... they're meaty and the sauces are great and whatever rub they use on them are just really good even w/o dipping sauces in my opinion. Breaded mushrooms ftw... so good and a great compliment to any takeout order. Never had the pizza yet but from what I hear that's great too. Best thing too... they're open LATE, which I get off work late and most places are closed so... sucks for me but I can always call in and pick up and i'm good to go. Little local hole in the wall with great food. Do it.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Very happy with the work done here on my GSXR600. Brought her in looking for a good mechanic as I needed some basic maintenance and front fork seals. I had spoken to Preston, the owner, on the phone previous just to check pricing, which I considered to be very fair in comparison to others around town. Brought the bike in first thing in the morning with a list of to-do's and they had it ready before the end of business. I got the fork seals done, readjusted back out, chain, oil, front and rear brakes bled and adjusted and idle screw fixed. After picking up my bike I got to talking to the mechanic and turns out he raced and wrenched on AMA bikes for a loong time. So that and the fact that he was really excited to tell me about the tiny nuances of the repairs me made and the adjustments made and why and how to pay attention to those so I could adjust them myself if need be in the future... I could tell he loves working on bikes including mine. Made me feel good to have them taking care my my ride. Overall great work done. Initially early on when the owner wasn't there communication was difficult with one of the shop guys and I wasn't sure they were actually going to call me back to discuss work but once I got in touch with the owner it was all good. I'll definitely bring my bike back there for sure and I have already and will continue to recommend them to my friends and local riders as well.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Very happy I chose Camelback Moving. Very nice on the phone and good communication and informative emails with lots of instruction and they put their prices online and explain how the insurance stuff works very well. The guys brought the clothing boxes in first so I could load all my hanging stuff and with a little explanation of what was going they worked hard and fast. They were very considerate of moving my large flat-panel tv into my own truck with their padding as they explained it's an easier ride than their truck. Everything moved into the new condo (chandler to tempe move) and no issues with the 3-story new place I have - told them what floor things went on and good to go. Everything was great and everybody was very friendly. I have already recommended them to a few friends and will continue to do so. And I'll use them again when I need that. :)
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I was in London and why not... i'm already over the pond and that close - I had to go. It's beautiful and the surroundings are peaceful. It's all fenced off with a little parking lot across the street that was closed pretty early. There is a beaten path along the road however you can walk and get some decent photographs :)
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The food is excellent here. I never knew the location was here and upon hearing from a friend how good it was I tried it and was extremely impressed. So wonderful to have a great gyro place that's fast and nearby. Definitely will be back. Service was friendly and fast.
Public - 2 years ago
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