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Keith Goode
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Attended University of North Carolina at Asheville
Lives in Austin, TX USA
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If you missed my interview on Search Talk Live yesterday, here's a recording of it.
 
Great interview with +Keith Goode of SEO Clarity!
Keith Goode is a widely respected search marketing professional with experience in website design, landing page optimization, copywriting and editing, keyword research, copy pay-per-click advertising, analytics/reporting, team management, and social media/networking—and somehow in the middle of all that he still finds time to sleep!
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Looking forward to nice conversation about what the data is showing us here at +seoClarity about Google's SERPs.
 
Join us next Tuesday at 3:30 Eastern Standard Time Our Guest on search talk live will be +Keith Goode​
Join us as we talk macro changes in Google’s SERPs and how to future-proof your SEO with Keith Goode Chief SEO Evangelist for seoClarity.
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Check out Part One of my Three-Part series on The Wisdom of the Crowd, "Mining the Competitive Keyword Landscape" http://bit.ly/1X68xxJ
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Don't fret if you missed my webinar yesterday. I've just reposted a recap of "Knowledge Graph, Instant Answers and the Wisdom of the Crowds" here: http://bit.ly/1SBt3XA #SEO #webinar
Recap of the Knowledge Graph, Instant Answers and the Wisdom of the Crowds webinar presented by seoClarity and Keith Goode
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How do the most successful companies prioritize and scale their SEO efforts? The answer might surprise you. A simple shift in perspective can make all the difference. Read more in this blog post. (An audio track has also been provided for your convenience.)
In this primer for Search Experience Optimization, Keith Goode discusses how a simple shift in perspective and organizational democratization can result in online excellence
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If you missed the webinar on Wednesday, here's a recap, with video and slides included: http://bit.ly/1Q4UgB5
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Are SEO Agencies an In-house SEO's friend or foe? Read more to find out: http://bit.ly/1S6emea
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If you're relying solely on keyword research, you're greatly diminishing your effectiveness in your #contentstrategy. Find out how to expand your understanding of the conversations, questions, and topics around your products or services with Part 2 of my Wisdom of the Crowd discussion: The Greater Wisdom of the Crowds - http://www.seoclarity.net/the-wisdom-of-the-crowd-part-2-the-greater-wisdom-of-the-crowds-13549/
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Be sure to join me in my session with +Bill Hunt on "Mining the Keyword Goldmine". 
Eight intriguing new sessions will take place in our search track during Pubcon SFIMA Summit 2016 on February 24 - 25, one of four strong Thursday tracks featur
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The Cautionary Tale of GE and Mr. Stanley: A Call for a New SEO Mindset. #seo   #blackhatseo  via +seoClarity 
Negative SEO and blackhats are very real, as evidenced by the recent federal case against William Stanley. What can we learn from this case?
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I'm very excited to share an interview I did with Ted Kubaitis regarding negative SEO, its effects, and ways to mitigate it. Enjoy! #seo   #negativeseo  
Is Negative SEO real? How can you detect an negative SEO attack? How can you beat it? Keith Goode interviews Ted Kubaitis for his answers to these questions.
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Here's the recording from my #SEJThinkTank  webinar yesterday with +Loren Baker and +Search Engine Journal - "Building Business Cases for SEO Initiatives." 
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  • University of North Carolina at Asheville
    Literature, 1989 - 1994
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Austin Otaku
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Allogenes, gnostikos, literatus, otaku, & an all-around nice guy.
Introduction
Someone famous once admonished us to "Be dabblers." I think it was C.G. Jung. Well, now it must be true. It's written, that's why! (Monty Python reference anyone?) Sure, I just wrote it, but whatever. Anyway, that would be me - Jung's ideal student ... a dabbler.

Some of the things I dabble in?
  • Anime and Manga
  • Buddhism
  • Ceremonial Magic
  • Comparative Religion
  • Cosmogony
  • Divination
  • Etymology
  • Gnosticism
  • Japanese Culture and Language
  • J-Rock
  • Jungian Psychology
  • Literature
  • Mythology
  • Occult Studies
  • Photography
  • Philosophy
  • Poetry
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Web Design
  • Website Architecture
  • WordPress
If you see a subject on which we can connect, feel free to add me to your circles.
Bragging rights
I once got SIX numbers in one night. One more and I would've had a complete phone number.
Work
Occupation
SEO Technical Lead
Skills
Search Engine Optimization, Public Speaking, Photography, Writing, Certified ScrumMaster
Employment
  • seoClarity
    Chief SEO Evangelist, 2015 - present
  • Dell
    Global Online Sr. SEO Advisor, 2011 - 2015
  • SpareFoot, Inc.
    Director of SEO, 2010 - 2011
  • Builder Homesite Inc.
    Search Engine Marketing Manager, 2008 - 2010
  • HomeAway
    SEO Team Lead, 2007 - 2008
  • Advanced Micro Devices
    Content Specialist, 2006 - 2007
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Austin, TX USA
Previously
Asheville, NC - Hickory, NC - High Point, NC - Atlanta, GA - Austin, TX
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Convenient, delicious and healthy food. The price is slightly above moderate, but you really pay for the convenience of being able to throw a healthy pre-cooked dinner into the microwave and have breakfast, lunch or dinner within minutes. Compared to My Fit Foods, Snap Kitchen has a much better tasting line-up of food, however, for weight-loss, I have found better results on My Fit Foods. I use Snap Kitchen for my more indulgent meals. They're flavorful and consistent. My one beef with Snap Kitchen is their mark-up on their snack items. Their Fage is about $1.30 more expensive than HEB. I understand HEB gets bulk rates, but a 100% markup? Aside from that, I'm a fan.
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reviewed 4 years ago
I'm a big fan of Asahi Imports. It's a family-owned and operated Japanese grocery store. From the outside, it looks pretty small, but they manage to pack in a lot of inventory to meet all of your Japanese food, snack and drink needs. Additionally, they have a variety of Japanese gifts, cookware, and personal care items. Lately, they've been selling limited supplies of onigiri (rice balls), which is really nice. And they've offered Japanese cooking classes as well. The staff is always friendly and helpful. While I feel like the prices are a bit inflated (due to either the lack of competition or the cost of importing these goods), I really don't have anything bad to say about them.
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A most beautifully polished and decorated turd. For the kind of money you will pay to live here, you should expect much, much more. While the facade is nice and at first glance, the apartments are nice looking, the core construction of this complex is extremely flimsy. You can hear everything. The walls are thin, the floors and ceilings are thin, the windows and doors are thin. While the complex is not on the UT bus line, there is still a large number of UT students -- the worst kind: rich, spoiled and completely self-absorbed. Expect parties to keep you up at night, because security can't do anything about it. Rent ranges from $1700 to $2400 per month, so you should expect better. What that means in reality is that you'll pay about $5000 to get out of your lease if the noise gets to be too much. If you're like most people, that means you're stuck. The leasing agent I had was unscrupulous enough to blatantly lie to me in order to get my signature on that lease. Trust me. Do not throw your money away. Avoid Mosaic at Mueller regardless of whatever move-in specials they're offering. The best thing they can do is tear down this building and rebuild it using skilled laborers and better materials. If you won't listen to me, do yourself a favor and invest in a few white noise machines. You're gonna need them in order to be able to sleep at night.
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