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David Wolf
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#bingproductads  is still a crazy mess. In case anyone in was considering jumping in that pool.
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Google just got a little friendlier to those hit with manual algorithm actions
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read this if you are in ecommerce
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http://p.barker.dj/gahours  <-- great shareable hours and days report setup by Dan Barker to see hours and days in analytics. 
Here is a free Google Analytics report showing visits, pageview, bounce rate, and visitor type metrics in a couple of ways you don't often see them: By 'Hour of Day'; By 'Day of Week'. There are 2 versions of the report, one for 'all sites', and one for 'ecommerce' sites: ...
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Great post on referral study (I'm currently researching referral strategies for ecommerce)
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Old post but good read on local SEO parameters. In the thick of the nuances.
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  • InBusiness, Inc.
    CEO/Owner, 6 - present
  • InBusiness, Inc.
    V.P. of Marketing, 7 - 6
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  • University of Central Florida
    Finance, 2005 - 2009
We did a lot of research before bought a fire pit table so let me warn you in advance, this is going to be long review...Here we go We knew we were going to spend between 1500 and 3500 for a really good fire table. The wife wanted granite immediately the cheaper tables we out of the question. From what I read online it basically came down to only a few manufactures. Oriflame, Firetainment, Cal Flame and Real Flame (Lots of flame names). There were cheaper brands, but the tended to be more fire pits than fire tables, weren't offered in granite finishes, and appeared to be made of thinner steal for the base. My criteria for purchasing was pretty simple. I wanted something that was not only made well but had good experience reviews for delivery and setup. This is not our 1st time buying something that is large and high end like this and I have had my fair share of great products that had horrible delivery or installation companies destroy them. While the companies usually offer assistance or replacement, it is a nightmare to go through the steps to get it to happen. We ended up buying the Madrid (48") from Firetainment after a lot of reviewing. I'll explain why in a minute, but if you are impatient, everything went as expected. The locally delivery and installation company installed the table without issue (it looked like I could have easily done it with the quality of their instructions but I have a bad back so I decided to pass). Reasons why I choose Firetainement.... The Madrid is just a fancy name for their large square style, basically everything I am saying applies to all their models. We just went with Square. It's made of thicker steel than some of the other products we looked at. Something that is helpful when it's going to be outside in the elements. It's made in the US. I'm not a buy local type of person, but if the cost is comparable, I buy US made of foreign because it's usually easier to get someone to help if things don't turn out like they should. They offered a cooking attachment which was really cool so that we can grill out over it while drinking wine with friends. I wouldn't want to do a huge barbecue on this thing, but a couple steaks or shiskabobs with a few friends is really fun. Hot dogs are great as well. (warning, it does cost a little extra for that package, but money well spent) I had trouble finding people with bad reviews on this product, but the people that did have a problem said the company went out of their way to make it better. (This was the main reason we went with Firetainment) Lower on the list, but things we wanted was the ability to use natural gas. All the vendors were equal on this and firetainment allowed us to use propane or natural gas. A local rep at the outdoor store we went to said Firetainement also have the lowest delivery breakage % in the industry. Apparantly some other companies have as many as 30% of their tables break on delivery. (This is unconfirmed, but the store rep that was unaffiliated with Firetainment told me this, and they sold other brands as well. He didn't tell which ones were high though)
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