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This is why we cant have nice things people!
 
Google can't manage MapMaker moderation. So, they shut down editing on it like it'll fix something. Yes, we've seen Edward Snowden in White House and few other things but was it that bad?

via +Michael Borgelt 
http://searchengineland.com/after-several-public-google-maps-hacks-google-forced-to-suspend-map-maker-to-prevent-more-fake-edits-220651
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just happened to look at my profile and noticed the views. I'm about to hit 100K baby! Actually not very remarkable, considering most profiles I see have views in the millions. Still a cool number to see... so who wants to be the lucky 100,000th viewer??? 
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dangit few people beat me to it
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Now this is great news. How about extending the available data in regular gwt to 1 year as well?
 
Full search query data coming to the Google Webmaster Tools API in the upcoming quarter says Google's +John Mueller 
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Google Webmasters originally shared to Webmaster News:
 
#WebmasterNews: You can now use Change of Address in Webmaster Tools to move between subdomains, not just root domains.

For example, you can now move from foo.example.com to bar.example.net and any combination of domains/subdomains. Learn how in our help center article: http://goo.gl/5M7xab

If you’re moving sites, make sure to read our detailed site-moving guide. If you're moving between different hosts, it’s considered a site move with URL changes. See http://goo.gl/C7LLpK for details.

Happy moving!
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Keep those plugins updated kiddies... #seo
 
Via +Jennifer Slegg -> Major WordPress Exploit Affecting Sites using WordPress SEO by Yoast - update those plugins ASAP!
The major exploit has been discovered in the extremely popular SEO WordPress plugin, WordPress SEO by Yoast. All WordPress blogs that are currently using this SEO plug-in need to upgrade to the latest version. This exploit means that blogs using WordPress and this plugin are vulnerable to a Blind SQL Injection. This particular exploit requires …
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This is worth the view for those "in testing" screenshots alone...
 
Check out this slide by Dr. Pete @ +Moz from SMX West. Think those are from Google My Business? Wrong. Those are Ads! #SMX   #AdWords  
From the SMX West Conference in San Jose, California, March 3-5, 2015. SESSION: Dr. Pete'S Guide To Changing Google Serps. PRESENTATION: Dr Pete's Guide to the Changing Google SERPs - Given by Dr. Pete Myers, @dr_pete - Moz, Marketing Scientist. #SMX #14C
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Google is going to start republishing entire websites in serps soon. Just checked, this result works in mobile too.
 
An extremely impressive "structured data search result here".

The trigger term "menu" seems to initiate such a result!!

Curious if others are seeing some rich & structured SERP displays here?

This is the original query I entered: "Studio Savvy menu"

Studio Savvy is a local business and a hair salon with a menu of services, etc.

As a heads up, I posted this in the "rich and structured snippets" category, but it is possible a "structured SERP" section or something (Structured answers)  may be more accurate ... ???

#structuredresult   #answerengine   #google   #localmenu   #semanticsearch #enhanceddisplay  
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I've seen that mostly in the case of restaurants, where a menu is nicely shown under different categories. Crazy to think of it being used for other things. 
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Much ado about nothing? Or were the top if serps already mostly mobile friendly? #seo
 
Its Day 3.  Time to ask, "hey Google, what mobile penalty?
Across the board, SEOs are asking “what rollout?”  Its gotten so odd the Google’s clarified, that yes, there has been a roll-out and in fact it is complete in some data centers… which now begs the question:  was this overhyped?  SEO Clarity’s study on over 50,000 queries shows a 5% change yesterday – so far... Keep Reading
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Worth following this post. Some good initial data being shared, it will be interesting to see what the rest of the week brings.
 
+Pete Meyers dives in to the data to find out what's going on with Mobilegeddon!
The day after the dreaded Mobilegeddon update from Google, what terrors have befallen the SERPs? Dr. Pete will regularly update this post with the latest from the Mobile Mozcast.
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Wonder if the government would ever break google up like they did ma' bell...
 
Google Reportedly Blackmailed Websites Into Giving It Content For Free

http://t.co/HadYck7rrG - I wish the FTC had taken stronger action here, given their findings, but Google's immense lobbying efforts probably helped soften the impact. 
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Mark your calendars. This should be great. #seo
 
SEO in the Age of Social Media Marketing 
Wednesday, Mar. 11 at Noon EDT

We're excited about this event! This month's +Social Media Today  #SMTPowerTalk  show will dive into the ways search engine optimization is being morphed and redefined today with the influence of social media. What do website marketers need to do to stay visible in the search engines and, more importantly, to stay relevant in their audience's minds? In a rare Hangout on Air appearance, our own +Bruce Clay will be the featured speaker talking with co-hosts +David Amerland and +Alexandra Riecke-Gonzales.

Go to the event page to RSVP, and don't miss watching the intro trailer that +John Ellis  put together — we guarantee you'll hear something to get excited about. RSVP Yes to join us with your questions and comments in the on-air discussion!

RSVP HERE:
https://plus.google.com/b/114880988793116716685/events/cjilk64l0epeg7h0ukaasoakqic?cfem=1

#smtBruceClay   #seomarketing  
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SEO, Internet Marketing Strategist, Legal Marketing Expert, Online Visibility Consultant
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  • Bruce Clay, Inc.
    SEO Manager, 2015 - present
  • Bruce Clay, Inc.
    SEO Analyst, 2013 - 2015
  • Local ReZults
    CTO, 2011 - 2013
  • Banafsheh, Danesh & Javid, P.C.
    Director of Online Marketing (In-House), 2012 - 2013
  • Sipe & Associates
    SEO Analyst, 2007 - 2010
  • Increase Visibility
    Chief SEO Analyst, 2010 - 2011
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South Pasadena, CA
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Eagle Rock, CA - San Francisco - Oakland
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SEO Manager at Bruce Clay, Inc., Internet Visibility Specialist, Legal Marketing Consultant, Digital Marketing Junky, Writer, Blogger, Foodie, Father, Husband, Man About Town
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I am the SEO Manager at Bruce Clay, Inc. and an SEO Analyst in my own right. I enjoy helping businesses increase their online revenue through search engine optimization. I specialize in legal internet marketing and enjoy helping businesses succeed in getting their piece of the online revenue pie.
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  • UCLA
    1992 - 1997
  • Loyola High School
    1988 - 1992
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