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Is blogging effective? Better question: Is it mostly for SEO? Answers? Yes, and maybe. Blogging is for communicating, If yours is mostly for SEO, read this.
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The Best US Supreme Court Justice (not) http://www.businessinsider.com/scalia-gay-marriage-dissent-2015-6
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We've expressed concern before about preserving old web pages; "link rot" is a tough thing to manage. Can law libraries solve "preserving old web pages" ?
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Dell has a new customer service option. Dell Consumer Premium Support is there to fill in the blanks when Dell Customer Service Fails. Should you buy it?
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Dear WordPress: WHERE'S MY STUFF? 
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Parsing Google's Rules is Easy: IGNORE THEM http://answerguy.com/2015/07/09/parsing-google-rules/
Google has rules. Some Google Rules apply to how you look for things, and other Google Rules concern using Google in business. Let's go Parsing Google Rules
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Looks Like The Revolution Will Be Televised: http://thewordpresshelpers.com/wordpress-trademark-lawsuit … 
There's a trademark lawsuit—"The WordPress Lawsuit"—between WordPress and The WordPress Helpers. It's not pretty, and it matters to you. So help: #WPLaw
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The WordPress REST API is the biggest thing happening in WordPress. And if WordPress thinks the WordPress REST API will let WordPress Rest, that's a mistake
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Living in Manhattan, you'd think the idea of "food delivery near me" would be one I was happier about. Nope. Business process can break customer service.
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Social Community Comments • Think, Build, and Grow with The Answer Guy
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Social Communities aren't communities at all without community comments. And social networking isn't social without community comments, eith

"The WordPress Community" • Think, Build, and Grow with The Answer Guy
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In social media, you're at the mercy of your community. In The WordPress Community, at least The WordPress Community on Twitter, there are r

Social Search's Death Has Been Greatly Exaggerated • Think, Build, and G...
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As 2014 comes to an end, social search is on life support. But Social is the most important element of search and social search will persist

Why Arguing is Good for Your Business • Think, Build, and Grow with The ...
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The thought "arguing is good" may be hard to accept, but sometimes it is. Arguing is good for your business when it uncovers new actionable

Best Practices Are a Load of Hooey • Think, Build, and Grow with The Ans...
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Best Practices are garbage. There, I said it. Think you can manage your business or business processes through "best practices"? You're miss

Older People Are Smarter Than Younger People ?!?
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Age brings experience. Young People are just as smart as older people. So who do you do business with?

"John Lennon Think Different" and Marketing Uncertainty • Think, Build, ...
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Apple's marketing agency once made John Lennon Think Different. Yesterday marketing reality made Apple think different ... or just the same

Media Standards (I Told You So) • Think, Build, and Grow with The Answer...
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Media Standards? I Told You So. And I did, over the course of several years; media standards and business process matter. Why? Chromecast ju

Media Standards (I Told You So) • Think, Build, and Grow with The Answer...
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Media Standards? I Told You So. And I did, over the course of several years; media standards and business process matter. Why? Chromecast ju

Mad Libs and Pixar's 22 Rules for Storytelling • Think, Build, and Grow ...
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Pixar's 22 Rules for Phenomenal Storytelling include a shout-out to the word game Mad Libs. Who knew content and media could be so retro?

Why It's Good When You Can't Find Your Storytelling Path • Think, Build,...
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Finding your path isn't always easy. To find your storytelling path can be even harder. In Pixar's 22 Rules for Phenomenal Storytelling we l

An Uber Mistake. An ASHTON KUTCHER Uber Mistake • Think, Build, and Grow...
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Ever made a mistake? An UBER Mistake? AN ASHTON KUTCHER UBER MISTAKE? Uber-investor Ashton Kutcher creates a firestorm making a smart point

Cutting Through The Noise • Think, Build, and Grow with The Answer Guy
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Hank Green knows something about cutting through the noise while simultaneously MAKING noise. It's time for your content marketing media to

College Athletes: Should They Be Paid? Are They?
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First Thing We Do? Let's Kill The Attorneys! College Athletes are getting paid—even bribed—by sports agents. But the question is, why aren't

Pixar Storytelling Content Marketing: Be Your Audience • Think, Build, a...
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A simple rule in Content Marketing: Be Your Audience. #2 in Pixar's 22 Rules for Phenomenal Storytelling, but in content marketing and media

Pixar's 22 Rules for Phenomenal Storytelling • Think, Build, and Grow wi...
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Those guys at Pixar have storytelling down to an art—and a science. Here are Pixar's 22 Rules for Phenomenal Storytelling, great Content Mar

4 Ways To Say "I Told You So" • Think, Build, and Grow with The Answer Guy
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"I Told You So" usually comes off sounding either uglier or more childish than people intend. Well, I TOLD YOU SO. Complaining about search

It's-All-Positive Marketing Guru Chris Brogan Goes Negative • Think, Bui...
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When never-is-heard-a-discouraging-word social media and marketing guru Chris Brogan goes negative, Business Process shifts. Did you feel th

Monica Lewinsky Content Marketing on Twitter • Think, Build, and Grow wi...
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Monica Lewinsky is now a Twitter contenter. Or at least "her people" are. Is "Monica Lewinsky Content Marketing" a new place for you to find

Content Marketing Requires Clear Messages • Think, Build, and Grow with ...
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It isn't really "content marketing" unless the content marketing requires clear messages. And you decide what the content marketing message

Perfectly fine, perfectly unspecial high end Mex. Probably a little more creative and it's a bit less $ than Toloache, but... Meh.
Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Let's be clear... You won't like the check. But this place is just plain superb. The room, the service, and ESPECIALLY the food are all top notch (although, IMO, too often over-salted). And the seafood tower was perhaps the highest quality dish of its kind I've ever encountered.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Expensive. Convenient. High quality. In other words, 'Eli's'.
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reviewed a month ago
Meh. Just meh. Nothing especially wrong, just... Nothing.
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Diner. 'nuf said.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Can't quibble with the food. Pretty darned good for... You know... 'it's only Chinese'. And it's beautiful (food and space both). But I hope I never have to go back. At the end of the day it IS only Chinese, is very expensive for what it is, and I left hungry... Like, noT a little bit... I actually mean HUNGRY. And I hated the service to boot. Overbearing in exactly the wrong way. Uggh.
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reviewed a month ago
Ok, it's just Ramen. But you know what? It's legit superior Ramen. It's also a bit pricey (for Ramen) and really loud. And... go here. It's terrific.
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