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Randy Milanovic
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Can you trust me? Can I trust you? Is it really that easy to make friends in social?
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Radium BC - where wildlife is more prevalent than people! #canadaswonderland
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+Julie Holberg I can deal with that! ,-))
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#rave UN Speech by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. 
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Cognitive bias see: Overconfidence effect, Egocentric bias, Optimism bias, Social desirability bias, Third-person effect, Forer effect, Barnum effect, Illusion of control, False consensus effect, Dunning-Kruger effect, Hard-easy effect, Illusory superiority, Lake Wobegone effect, Self-serving bias, Actor-observer bias, Fundamental attribution error, Defensive attribution hypothesis, Trait ascription bias, Effort justification, Risk compensation, Peltzman effect.
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By the way THANK YOU everyone for chatting on this....
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Great turnout at +KAYAK Online Marketing today for our lunch 'n learn on Blogging for Lead Generation. #rave

Grab the presentation here: https://www.slideshare.net/randymilanovic/blogging-for-lead-generation-and-search-improvement-slide-deck
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+Gina Fiedel I hope more people learn. :)
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A cognitive bias refers to a systematic pattern of deviation from norm or rationality in judgment, whereby inferences about other people and situations may be drawn in an illogical fashion. Individuals create their own "subjective social reality" from their perception of the input. - Wikipedia.

Poster by +John Manoogian III
Article by +Buster Benson

h/t +Tadeusz Szewczyk
 
Buster Benson of SlackHQ has made this nifty, simple diagram explaining exactly why and how you're wrong.
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Yeah, the diagram did it for me too. :D  Actually, I just skimmed right down to it.  However, with +Todd Lohenry's endorsement, I'll have to go back and actually read the associated article. :D
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Big Horn Sheep Rams hanging out in Radium Hot Springs, BC Canada - the ewes were up on the hillside a couple miles away. 
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Wish, I could win,a,trip to
With,all cannadaits,a,beauty full place w ith all expense es paid 
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#penguin filter now live - penalized site able to recover from poor SEO practices quicker. Last update was 2014. #practicebetterweb
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Couple paddling across Barrier Lake in Southern Alberta's Kananaskis Country in the foothills. What a beautiful day. I had an opportunity to chat with the on the shore. They'd rented the tandem kayak to see what it was like before purchasing their own, but the folding type as they lived in a condo. From all appearances, it was looking like a pair of new kayaks would be added to the Christmas wish list. 😀
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Given Google's forewarning, big publishers like Inc. and Entrepreneur just might find themselves in a bit of a pickle, because they currently serve ads in their pop-ups, requiring either a click-through or a time delay in order to view the content. But, while most visitors roll their eyes when encountering an intrusive pop-up, are they all really bad? Here are a few instances of using pop-ups that I'm sure your web visitors will love.
Google has announced that they'll be penalizing sites that use an interruptive pop-up on mobile. Can I get a Yay? Yay!
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Not surprised by the findings. But I'm curious about the typos research. The example 'heart rate monitor' and the typo 'heart rat monitor' is significantly different from misspelling 'hart rate monitor', as the typo represents more likelihood of a misspelling vs a different word +Sam Nemzer Would you share which typo-style variants you researched?
 
Google's recent changes to Keyword Planner may complicate things for SEOs. This post explores the details of the changes and their potential impact.
Google Keyword Planner recently saw a disappointing change: Keyword volumes are being lumped into large ranges that don't offer near the detail we had before. This post explores what that means for your SEO work.
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+Sam Nemzer thank you!
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CEO KAYAK Online Marketing, Author, Blogger, Kayaker
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Randy is an author and principal of KAYAK Online Marketing. He has worked extensively with more than 400 companies and organizations just like yours. He truly understands the goals of marketing managers and businesses to generate high quality leads and build their businesses.

His online marketing books, Findability: Why Search Optimization is Dying + 21 New Rules of Content Marketing (May 2013), and Building a Better Business Website: 10 Crucial Strategies for Turning Your Online Presence Into Something Your Company Can Actually Use (Oct 2013) are both available on Amazon Kindle (12 languages) and in Paperback (English). And recently, leading the collaborative ebook: Disruption: How Successful People are Using Social for Business (June 2015).

Randy has been featured, guest blogged, or mentioned in a variety of online media, including: forbes.com, steamfeed.com, socialmediatoday.com, financial post.com, spinsucks.com, the Calgary Herald, Rogers Connect and more. 

Additionally, Randy is a "Best Thinker" with socialmediatoday.com, contributing weekly (usually Thursdays). His articles enjoy thousands of shares on occasion (with hundreds being the norm).

Reach out to Randy via his GPlus profile or visit KAYAK's blog at kayakonlinemarketing.com today.

On a more personal note, Randy is a stage IV cancer survivor who is driven to do 'more' with this gift. In Randy's world, that means working ethically to positively improve his clients' online ROI.
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Soundly Beat Stage 4 Cancer, 3x Published Author
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Always great events and resources by the Chamber. As the 2013 Finalist for Small Business of the Year and Breakout Business, my team and I were treated wonderfully. The Business in Calgary Events email and listing is invaluable for people wanting to expand their knowledge of Calgary's business climate, and the LinkedIn Group is rocking thanks to Aaron.
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