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Sometimes the best planning pales in comparison to just doing it.
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Google has been on a hiring spree here in Austin.  This is a good article not only for those trying to land a job with Google, but for anyone distributing their resume.
I've sent out hundreds of resumes over my career, applying for just about every kind of job. I've personally reviewed more than 20,000 resumes. And at Google we sometimes get more than 50,000 resumes
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Jeff makes some good points that SEO is not a fix all, it is a process that involves the client.
 
Why I will not “do SEO” for you

My latest Jeffalytics Post - This is one of those posts that has been in my drafts folder for some time and while it probably should to stay there, I am publishing it anyway! 
I will not “do SEO” for you
Not now, not in the future, never again really.
Not if you ask me nicely, say please and take me out to lunch.
Not if you ...

http://www.jeffalytics.com/why-i-will-not-do-seo-for-you/
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there are a lot of great positions available and Yodle is really growing.
 
Could today be the day you find a rewarding career with one of America's most promising companies? Find out at Yodle's info sessions today in Austin, Charlotte, and Scottsdale! Click on the link for more details.
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These are some pretty cool grease monkey tools that help make research a little easier.
I am a search geek: I am using Google for more than just finding the answers... I am happy that the following userscripts give me the required flexibility!
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Very insightful article on the new view count metric in Google+. Will the new metric drive a change in behavior for those that manage those pages?
 
Understanding Google+ Profile & Page View Counts

Google+ enacted a big change earlier this week as they began displaying a new "views" metric on profiles and pages. 

What does the metric mean? Why did Google+ add it? How is it counted? Get all that and more in my in-depth article linked below.

And if you find the article helpful, hit my "tip jar" by sharing it with others. Thanks!
What do the new view count numbers on Google+ profiles & pages mean, and how should you use them?
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Some really good ideas on analyzing the data you already have to find insights.
 
"...when you look at the historic interest in Google trends, the story is pretty clear – Big Data is here to stay. But do you really need more data than you already have?" Fascinating insights from Benjamin Spiegel.
Sixteen Million. That’s the number of Google results for the term “Big Data.” And when you look at the historic interest in Google trends, the story is pretty clear  – Big Data is here to stay.  But do you really need more data than you already have? I doubt it. Chasing The Big Data Rainbow? […]
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The next time you are asked "how do we make better content?"; show them this deck.  The most likely response will be, "but that looks really hard!"  Yep
Why does so much web content SUCK? To find out, we need to question our perspective about content. Content isn't a feature. It's not "lorem ipsum" text. It's...
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A look at the Google Patent by SEO by the Sea.  
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Building and/or transforming business processes to operate at scale.SEO functionality, especially hyperlocal to drive a positive ROI in the digital marketing space.Transitioning startups to acquisition or going public.Building operational organizations that are efficient and self sufficient. All of this translates in understanding the Macro objectives and translating this into processes and controls for the Micro actions to support the Macro vision.
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Founder of BigLocal, a hyperlocal digital marketing company that we took to 100 employees and 3,000 clients before exiting. @ProfitFuel, designed, scaled and implemented the hyperlocal SEO product before acquisition by Yodle. @Yodle, as VP of SEO Marketing transformed product offering to an affordable scalable product and implementation organization that served over 25,000 clients; launching 2,000 new clients monthly.
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Dave Oremland of Professional Bartending School in DC, alerted me to the fact that Google Places is now apparently going so far as to reques

I was curious when I booked the reservation how I would like 'Irish' food. I do not wonder anymore, it was amazing. A very cozy place for a small group or a date. My girlfriend and I had purchased a groupon and decided to go. The dinner consisted of a Chateaubriand Beef Tenderloin with vegetables, a salad, soup and a desert. There was more food than we could eat. What we took home they wrapped up in foil to look like a duck. Amazing experience, great food and superb service I have gone back since it this place is as wonderful as I remember. Great staff, great food and a comfy environment. You will feel more like you are having dinner at a friends than in a restaurant, except you don't have to offer to do the dishes.
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reviewed a year ago
I am thankful for Eddie V's. They have a great happy hour that goes on all day Sunday and Monday. What a great experience. I am new to the Austin area and Eddie V's had been recommended to me as a great place to eat. My girlfriend and I were walking down town and decided to give it a try. We stopped in on Saturday night and the place was packed. We were told it would be a 30 minute wait so we went to the bar and lucked out when a couple was just finishing their dinner and we scored one of the first come tables in the bar area. Our experience started with a dirty martini with bleu cheese stuffed olives, very good. We decided to split a 12 oz fillet oscar, an iceberg wedge salad and a side of steamed broccoli with hollandaise. WOW. The steak was cooked a perfect medium and the pink fillet melted in my mouth. If you plan on having a full course meal, like we did, plan on taking your time and enjoy every bit of it. We finished the meal with a glass of tawny 10 year port and a hot blackberry cobbler topped with vanilla bean ice cream. Our meal and experience left us satisfied and content. I would highly recommend Eddie V's. Their food and service made the experience memorable 8/26/13 Went to Eddie V's again after not being there a while. What a great home coming. Bruce the bartender still knows my name (not sure what that says about me) and their all day Sunday and Monday happy hour did not disappoint. Going to plan a business dinner here this week so I can indulge yet again. When my mom came into town we took her here for dinner. We sat in the bar and she absolutely loved the band playing. She never even opened her menu she simply said "order what I would like." We shared a couple of entrees and a dessert, it was a really great evening.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Pretty good place. They have a decent selection of beers on draft and enough TV's in the house so that there is not a bad seat for sporting events. This walks the line between a local hangout and a fun place for the less regular to hang out. The bar tenders were attentive but not amazing. I would have to say it is a good bar to go to now and then. I don't usually make it here unless I happen to be in the neighborhood and have a hankering for a cold adult beverage. Realized after a recent visit that I did not mention that they have a couple of Golden Tee machines. If you are down town and need to get your GT fix on, stop by for a beer and a game.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Having a desert fondue and a drink can make this place fun. Dinner and entrees are not that great and only have the unique aspect of cooking your own food. I would not recommend going for a nice dinner. I would recommend going for a fun desert of chocolate with lots of things to dip in it. A cheese fondue makes for a good app or savory desert
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This is one of the places I order a sirloin rather than a filet. Don't get me wrong, I love filet, but Roaring Fork does a great sirloin. They also have a good selection of wines and a fantastic horse shoe bar. A dirty martini will get you a blue cheese stuffed olive, my favorite. The crowd is always up scale but not stuffy. One of my tried and true favorites.
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reviewed a year ago
You like wings, fried twinkles, a value card that actually gives rewards? You'll like pluckers. This chain has a great history. They started with one small store and have been expanding to other locations. Unlike most chains they have kept the integrity of their food and approach to treating customers. Updating after a recent visit. I almost forgot how fun this place is until I went back with a group of friends. Cold beer, wings and unique menu items make this a favorite.
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reviewed a year ago
I really like this as a late evening destination. Their drinks and appetizers are top notch. I really can't give a comprehensive review of their entrees because I have not had many. Their staff is attentive and knowledgable.
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