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My #searchfest  slide deck today. Actually, one of two, but this is the primary: All about #seo   #Penguin  and other link penalties.

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Learn the difference between Penguin and other link penalties, how to recover and factors around which links get caught. Also, learn the day Portent got a manual penalty, and why I laughed.
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+Ian Lurie It's your personality - sporadic, clever, to the point. At least, that's what I gathered from reading your stuff for a while. I love it. I am sure other people do it. 
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+Erica McGillivray  gives some great advice on publishing polished, useful content.
The content’s finished, but it is ready for the rest of the world to read? Competing for eyeballs means more than just clicking “publish.” Learn what a business should do to create compelling and sharable content.
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Thanks for sharing! :D
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Sponsored content has a trust problem?...

This post by +Contently implies that the data they collected spells problems for sponsored content.

I have no dog in this fight. But the data they're showing tells me sponsored content is a lot more effective than banners. Look at the likelihood people will click on a sponsored article. 32%?!!!!!

What am I missing...?

#contentmarketing  
#contentstrategy  
Two-thirds of readers have felt deceived upon realizing that an article or video was sponsored by a brand, and 54 percent of readers don't trust sponsored content.
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You will be hypnotized:
About. What the hell is this? This observational pastime hopes to evolve walking creatures through genetic algorithms. Who comes up with these names? The names are generated based on each creature's genome. Since the genetic algorithm tends to produce creatures with similar genes, two creatures ...
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self learning? AWESOME!
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Great piece of writing, whether you like NFL football or not.
The Seattle defensive back destroyed the Carolina Panthers and it's time we take a stand against his indecency.
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Make’em Work, But Not Too Hard: Zipf’s Law of Least Effort http://bit.ly/1AGxerh by +Portent, Inc. 's brilliant +Marianne Sweeny 
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+Iblis Bane  I don't think they do :)
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Ranty Ian showed up, but I got him under control and got all positive. Spooky, I know. 

This one's pretty lightweight. It's a list of 10 things like to see happen in the day-to-day life of a marketer. 

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This. #seo  
 
Subdomains vs. Subfolders, 301s vs. Rel=Canonicals, Single Site vs. Multi-Domain Strategy

New Whiteboard Friday covering some of the structural content and links questions that pop up again and again in SEO: http://bit.ly/16L7Bud
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SEO for Small Business

Learn #SEO  for #smb  from +Aleyda Solis 

This is some good stuff. Yes, SMBs have limited resources. But they also have agility and the ability to iterate rapidly. Play to your strengths.
SEO for small businesses can be challenging! Here are a few tips to be successful.
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This is one example of Google getting really confused. Do we have a high wind warning, or no wind at all?
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Great checklist/site by +Aleyda Solis . I'll be passing this to clients as a "See, I'm not crazy" piece of evidence.
A checklist to identify the cause of your site’s Google organic search traffic lost. Check it out!
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  • Portent Interactive
    Internet Marketer, present
    Chairman and Principal Consultant
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Internet marketing blogger. Chairman and Principal Consultant at Portent, Inc. Internet marketer. Hater of buzzwords. Believes good internet marketing can save the world.
Introduction
Chairman and Principal Consultant at Portent, a Seattle internet marketing company.

Author of Conversation Marketing, 1/2 of The Web Marketing All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies, various blog posts

And, in case that wasn't enough, father of 2. 
Bragging rights
Two amazing kids who resist my attempts to warp them. Author of 2 books, co-author of another. Internet marketer since 1995.
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  • UCLA Law School
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