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24 SEO Experts Discuss Their Favorite Google's Algorithm Eras.
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Here are some of the takeaways from the post, which by the way agree with my opinion, for me the best Google era is now, because is noway you can become competitive by staying in the past!.

1. +Wil Reynolds said: The "Now".
"I am also most excited about NOW because, now we get to have impact across divisions, we get to be positioned as someone who does more than gets “20 PR 3+ links”, we are getting looked at more and more as consultants – we have to level up, so we can become respected as such, I feel that the “SEO skillset” is exactly what marketing organizations need."

2. +Joe Simmonds said: The Now as well.
"Google era is right now! Google’s algorithms aren’t perfect but they’re much better than they have been over the past eight years that I’ve been in this industry. There are still loopholes that allow people to jam sites up in the rankings with spammy blackhat tactics but I’m not seeing the SERPs dominated by blatant spam like we used to see."

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3. +Philip Rozek 
4. +Marc Nashaat 
5. Matthew Hunt.
6. +Nyagoslav Zhekov
7. +Nathanael Vanderkolk 
8. +Marcus Miller 

And many more...

What's you favorite Google Era?

via +Galarza's Internet Marketing Services 
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SEO is constantly evolving. In order to predict what the future may hold for it, we must first understand its past.
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An absolutely amazing panel discussion by @dev basu and @brent chaters on enterprise SEO. Really useful and actionable insights in this conversation for marketers and search professionals. 
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+Marques Brownlee the follow up questions are actually a feature of Google's new hummingbird algorithm (not specific to the moto x) - awesome stuff though.
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We have some exciting news! Powered by Search has merged with web design & development firm NetConneXion and internet marketing agency Small Business Online Coach: http://hub.am/1gOJwkQ  
"This is an important step in our aggressive growth strategy that moves us closer to becoming the leading digital marketing agency in North America,” said Dev Basu, Powered by Search founder and CEO. “The merger doubles the size of our team and more than doubles our client base. It also adds greater depth to the services we offer North American businesses with aggressive digital marketing revenue goals."
 
Matthew Hunt, founder and CEO of Small Business Online Coach, has joined Powered by Search’s leadership team as COO. Warren Houston, founder and CEO of NetConneXion, has become the agency’s CFO and CCO.

#merger   #digital   #marketing   #Canada   #InboundTO  +Matthew Hunt +Dev Basu +Warren Houston +Alex Rascanu 
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Wish this weren't during work hours!
 
We are so excited to announce we will be hosting the first Marshall Center led Google+ hangout, "Discover New Uses for Out-of-this World Technologies," here Wednesday, Feb. 19 at 12 p.m. EST. NASA has joined forces with the product development startup Marblar for a pilot program allowing the public to crowdsource product ideas for 38 of NASA's patents. This initiative will allow Marblar's online community to use a portion of NASA's diverse portfolio of patented technologies as the basis of new product ideas. Join NASA panelists Dr. Daniel Lockney, Fred Schramm, Mike Tinker and Marblar CEO and panelist Daniel Perez as they answer your questions on this exciting project! Look for the link to the hangout to be posted here soon! 
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