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3 Key Ways to Showcase Day-to-Day Leadership at the Speed of Marketing:
o   How to stop barking and start wagging your tail when you are crazy busy by executing an awesome personal leadership strategy

o   How to join the dots and the docs! Think outside the square by creating an innovative thought leadership strategy

o   Who is the real custodian of the corporate brand?  Owning your Powerful Sales Leadership Strategy
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Meet Our Speaker, Bernadette:

Bernadette, a former sales executive with Xerox Australia, has led high net worth sales initiatives, led new product launches and managed projects driving specific outcomes. Given her experience, she now helps bridge the gap between business goals and the potential of executives and teams members leading the charge. Bernadette’s focus on innovative revenue generating strategies and tactics has helped individuals across a variety of industries elevate their potential and achieve growth in today’s marketplace.

As an authority in leadership, incorporating sales leadership, personal leadership and thought leadership, Bernadette leverages her message on fostering the power of change to continually innovate and engineer approaches, to serve everyone from the small and mid-market business owners to corporate/enterprise VPs and C-suite executives. She is passionate about raising the bar for B2B selling to be more ‘real’ and transparent.

Whether you are looking to inspire your team, define key steps to achieve your goals, or jumpstart a new level of revenue generation, Bernadette is the bridge that will help you achieve it. Contact her today! http://bernadettemcclelland.com/ 
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Join my colleague and friend Cheryl Binnie for a free web class this Thursday, designed for anyone who has ever thought about hiring a copywriter (either now, or in the future), but has no clue...
- What to look for + ask when interviewing copywriters.
- What to expect from the actual copywriting process.
- How to train + give feedback to your new copywriter so s/he's able to "get" your voice.

Grab your spot with Cheryl here: http://copyluv.com/how-to-work-with-a-copywriter/
(All the questions you feel silly asking…answered by a copywriter) A complimentary no-holds-barred web class with Cheryl Binnie of Copy Luv Thurs, Nov 6th 7pm ET
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My client changed her homepage title tag weeks ago and it's still not reflected in the SERPS.

I found this in the source code of her homepage:
<link href="/" rel="canonical" />

Is that standard or does it look weird to anyone else? Trying to investigate potential issues. Many thanks!
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I posted something similar about 6 months ago, I struggled with Titles in SERPS on a site that potentially was hit with a Penguin penalty ... That said, I issued disavows for the bad links, still no progress ... It was not until I made significant changes to content that caused the Title to be updated in the SERPS ... Do not know if this helps but this was my experience struggling with Titles in SERPS.
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Atlanta marketers, web designers, agency professionals, solopreneurs, small business owners, and friends: I've had a lot of requests for a mini version of my full-day SEO workshop, so I'm hosting two small group 2-hour workshops this month. Choose between October 16th and 17th, but don't wait too long because I've only got three spots left for each day! Get all the details and register at this link: http://jennymunn.com/atlanta-fall-2014-seo-small-group-workshop/ #SEO #DIYSEO #AtlantaSEOWorkshop
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So much SEO goodness here: internal linking, keyword cannibalization, hub pages, and this quote --> "The lesson here is not to stop producing articles, but instead underlines the importance of a clear content strategy which is executed with a firm eye on SEO."
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I have a situation with a client that is driving me nuts. Would really appreciate ya’lls help!

My e-commerce client is ranking very poorly for their core category pages:

Example page - http://www.widgets/red-widgets 

Upon inspection they have 2 canonicals on each main category page (based on red widget example):
http://www.widgets/red-widgets.html?limit=all 
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<div class="productbottomseeall"><a href="?l=y&dir=asc&limit=all" rel="canonical" title="See All (2) Red">See All (2) Red</a></div>

I understand having the “limit all” canonical on the paginated pages, but on the primary page itself where all links are pointing and that they actually want to rank? My questions:
1. Could the “limit all” canonical be what’s hurting them? Would it break anything if I had it removed? 
2. Why is there a second canonical at all and is it cancelling out the first one?

When I pull a string of copy from the page in quotes and google it, it is the main URL that comes up, not even the canonical version of "limit all." 

I can’t identify any other big issue that would lead to their pages ranking so horribly as they’re doing many things right. 

Thanks very much in advance!
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As way of an FYI, the reason that the canonical element is ignored in the <body> section of a document is that it'd be open for abuse.

For example, I publish a comment on a blog and include a rel="canonical" link to my own nefarious website I'm trying to promote and 'steal' the URLs equity. 

To avoid that problem, Google only allow the rel="canonical" directive to be present in places that are controlled by the site owner such as in the <head> section of the HTML or HTTP response headers.
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A few good tips here for sure...
We take a look at some of the main lessons we've learned (often the hard way!) from helping sites remove their Google manual link penalties
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At our recent BMA Atlanta Young Professionals event, we were privileged to have Marc Dorfman share with us, his expertise.

During this conversation, Marc (http://www.pitchandpresent.com) will share his formula for organizing a persuasive business presentation. Learn how to capture your audience's attention, support your argument, and motivate people to take action. Once you learn this simple formula, you will be able to structure a persuasive presentation for any audience and any objective.
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Marc's Bio:

Marc Dorfman brings a unique style and perspective to the world of business communications. As a filmmaker, he helped screenwriters craft stories that grab attention and stir emotions. As a communication specialist, he helps individuals and organizations craft messages that get noticed and get results. Marc founded Pitch & Present in 2010 and currently serves as the firm’s lead consultant and communication skills coach.

From 2007 to 2010, Marc was the Communication Specialist at Columbia Business School, where he helped students and faculty prepare for investor pitches, sales presentations and media interviews. Marc was also Columbia's first resident Teaching Skills Coach, advising professors in the design and delivery of MBA courses. From 2007 to 2009, Marc was a Professor of Business Communications at NYU/Stern School of Business, where he taught both MBA and Executive MBA courses. 

Marc holds an MBA from Columbia Business School, and a BA in Psychology from the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa. Marc studied engineering at Georgia Tech during his first two years of college.
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Atlanta Bloggers - GREAT speaker, Lynn Terry, tomorrow night at the Metro Atlanta Bloggers Meetup: details here: http://www.meetup.com/MetroAtlantaBloggers/events/216460552/ 
For our November Meetup, we are really excited to have Lynn Terry as our featured speaker! Lynn has been working online for 17 years and has hands-on experience in a wide range of online business models. However, her main focus is in affiliate marketing. This Month's Topic: Affiliate Marketing on the Social Web Lynn will help us discover simple ways to make money or increase your online revenue through these easy, creative strategies you can app...
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Yay! Then we get her on Sunday at Blogging Concentrated :)
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Atlanta SEO Workshop: October 16 and 17 (choose your date)
*last day for early-bird rate*
Forrester says buyers range from two-thirds to 90% through their journey before they ever reach out. 

Can your perfect prospects find your products, services, information and solutions? 

If you’re interested in getting your content found and better optimizing your site, check out my Atlanta Fall SEO Workshop details. A few spots left for either the October 16th or October 17th dates. http://jennymunn.com/atlanta-fall-2014-seo-small-group-workshop/ 
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Whooooooo's ready?
Google's Gary Illyes, Webmaster Trends Analyst and Search Quality Engineer, said at Search Marketing Expo East that Google may be launching a Penguin algor
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Short, sweet, and very refreshing. Nothing completely new here but a nice review and affirmation of foundational SEO. It's rare these days when I nod reading along the entire way through an SEO article...
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  • www.JennyMunn.com
    SEO Consultant, 2009 - present
    As an SEO consultant and strategist, I specialize in creating SEO strategies for in-house marketing managers and marketing teams. I also frequently work with digital agencies and web designers by joining their team as the SEO specialist for website projects. I speak frequently to groups and organizations on SEO, and love doing my local Atlanta SEO workshops for digital marketing pros and business owners. Learn more at http://jennymunn.com/.
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Jenny Munn here! SEO consultant, keyword research addict, coffee lover. 

I'm an Atlanta-based SEO consultant, coach, trainer, and project manager who loves putting together SEO strategies for organizations who want to drive better and more website leads.

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