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Jon Henshaw
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Don't give up control of your site to Google with AMP. Instead, use industry standards and free services to speed up your site.
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I created my own cloud drive that I control and host from my home network. It's awesome and this is how I did it!
There are a lot of cloud drive options out there, but most of them are hosted and controlled by companies like Dropbox, Google, Box, Apple and Amazon. Until now, there hasn’t been an easy way to run your own cloud drive and maintain complete control over your files. How to create a private cloud drive …
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If you use +Google Tag Manager (GTM) and do event tracking, especially for affiliate links, this is how you add tracking without having to add any onclick code to your pages. GTM is awesome once you learn how to use it. #analytics
A step-by-step tutorial for adding Google Analytics (GA) event tracking to Google Tag Manager (GTM)
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HTTP/2 & You? I occasionally hear webmasters ask about HTTP/2 and their site + web-search. The good news is that HTTP/2 doesn't change the core concepts of HTTP, it doesn't change the URLs, and is transparently supported for users & crawlers if they ask for it. Its primary differences focus on improved performance. Your hoster could add support for HTTP/2 and you might not even notice -- who knows, maybe they support it already :). Additionally:

# HTTP/2 has no impact on SEO. Search engine crawlers (even if they don't support HTTP/2 yet, like Googlebot) will continue to work normally, you don't have to set up redirects, change links, add markup, or make any changes in Search Console.

# Most browsers only support HTTP/2 together with HTTPS. That's when users will usually see improvements. Already on HTTPS? Awesome, you're all set.

# HTTP/2 is ready for use now, and supported in lots of website server setups.

In short, from a search point of view, there's nothing to hold you back from adding support for HTTP/2! Curious about more? Check out these links:

# http://hpbn.co/http2
# https://http2.github.io/faq
# https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP/2
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Should your company practice transparency? #entrepreneurship #startups
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I'm afraid we can't answer that question ;+}
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This is what I use at home and I love it!
Home networks typically have a WiFi access point and most of their files are handled offsite using a cloud drive. And if they’re smart, they use an online backup service to ensure they never lose precious family photos and documents. What’s missing is the ability to quickly share and store large files locally, without having …
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This is about as easy as it gets, and it's free. It uses +Cloudflare and works great on +WordPress and with +WP Rocket.
Follow these step-by-step instructions to add HTTP/2 and SSL to your site for free! I've included notes for sites running WordPress.
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More and more sites are using +Google Tag Manager. If you aren't using it, here's what you need to know.
If you have no idea what Google Tag Manager (GTM) is, read What is GTM? first. Google first made insightful site analytics mainstream when it introduced Google Analytics (GA). Today, most sites use GA
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Lots of love went into making this ❤️ #SEO
Have you ever made something that worked well, but afterwards you knew it could be made even better? That was the situation we were in with the Site Auditor. Aside from our Report Builder, the Site Auditor has been the most popular tool in our Marketing Platform, and we wanted to make it better – …
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I've been waiting for this day for awhile. Importing my Evernote notes into Apple Notes worked flawlessly for me.
Have you ever wanted to import Evernote notes into Apple Notes, but didn't know how? Thanks to the OS 10.11.4 update, you can now do it. Here's how...
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+Stephen Hamilton I talk about it in the post, but the short of it is that I like the experience better. They've added just enough styling, capabilities for lists, and they also support PDFs and other file attachments. Lastly, it syncs over iCloud, so everything is available on my mobile devices and iCloud in the browser.
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Home networks typically have a WiFi access point and most of their files are handled offsite using a cloud drive. And if they’re smart, they use an online backup service to ensure they never lose precious family photos and documents. What’s missing is the ability to quickly share and store large files locally, without having …
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My first post in an ongoing series about ‪#‎entrepreneurship‬ on +LinkedIn
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Co-Founder of Raven Internet Marketing Tools
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    Co-Founder & President, present
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I spend entirely too much time on the Internet
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I have a background in psychology, but prefer the cold, dead interaction between me and my computer (and the Internet of course.) I'm also the Co-Founder of Raven Internet Marketing Tools for SEO, Social Media and Paid Search
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I'm still alive. Unless I'm not, in which case none of this really matters anymore.
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Nashville, TN
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Denver, CO - Birmingham, AL - Orlando, FL
Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
Friendly staff and great food. They also make a darn good Old Fashion.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
The coffee is expensive, but it's good. I really like the atmosphere. It makes me feel like I'm in Portland. Their breakfast options are simple, but tasty. Internet was free and fast. Definitely worth going to if you want to hang out with friends or get some work done.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I liked the decor and feel of the restaurant. However, more importantly, the food looked appetizing in its presentation and it was also very delicious. Their gourmet hamburger was one of the best tasting sandwiches I've ever had.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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They have breakfast tacos and they are delicious. That's all you need to know.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Updated March 5, 2015: If it wasn't for the pleasant buying experience I had in 2012 (read original review below), I would be giving a 1 star review. The service department at Hallmark VW of Cools Springs has become abysmal. It's so bad, that it actually has me questioning whether or not I'll buy a VW again. Fortunately, I'm still able to take my car to Audi of Nashville (also located in Cool Springs). Not only is their service exceptional (like what I've become accustomed to from ALL Honda dealers and service departments), I've learned that many of their technicians, sales and service reps all fled Hallmark because of how poorly it is now run. At the heart of the issue is a COMPLETE lack of communication. I was annoyed the first time it happened, but was done after it happened again. I could never get ahold of my service rep. No matter how many times I called, he was never available and would never call me back. When I called the next day, and he wasn't working, he had left zero notes for anyone. They told me someone would look into and contact me that day. Nobody did. Both times, days went by. Both times I had to have my wife drop me off unannounced just so I could ask about my car and actually get my car. The last time it happened, he couldn't find my paperwork. Then he remembered and said they couldn't find anything wrong with it the morning I brought it in and that I could have my car back. This was 3 days after dropping it off, 3 days after they knew I could have it back, and 3 days without a car and zero communication. There WAS something wrong with my car, but they didn't take the time to properly assess it. Instead, I had to research the fix online, and ultimately bought new spark plugs and ignition coils (which I found out fail after a few years on many Golfs/GTIs because of being poorly made by VW), and installed them myself...which fixed the problem perfectly. While fixing it, I found that one of my spark plugs was practically floating...was completely loose. Which means it was never properly torqued by the service department who worked on this issue before. I'm very happy with my car. I'll keep it going as long as I can and as long as Audi of Nashville can keep it running well. After that, I'll probably skip VWs from my list of cars I'll buy due to Hallmark being my only local VW choice. Original Review from 3 years ago: Spent the first part of my buying experience only communicating via email and the second part in person. The entire buying experience was a pleasure. They were very friendly and personable, and not pushy. They got me the exact car I wanted, quickly, even though they initially didn't have it on the lot. The car blows away my previous Hondas and I would definitely buy from them again.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Fido has the best breakfast and coffee in Nashville. Their staff is always friendly and helpful. Parking can be difficult at times.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago