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Who hasn't dealt with a shady SEO company at this point? Here's some tips to help watch out for the bad firms. 
 
Wondering if you're SEO firm is yanking your chain? I just started working with a company whose previous firm had them create hidden content and they were de-indexed by Google... What garbage! Here's some things to watch for in online marketing firms. 
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Cool article about Google+ Local for small businesses. It may be even cooler because it is one of the first articles I am writing in an attempt to help educate businesses and entrepreneurs about online marketing strategies. Knowledge is power, so take control on your own. 
Since the introduction of Google+, however, many small business owners have ignored it, favoring to continue focusing on the likes of Facebook and Twitter, but that’s proving to be a pitfall.
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"Co-Creation"? Yeah, that is Nissan's test approach to making 2 awesome concept cars. I don't know about you but I would but the racing version if I could afford it. 
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Motivation to keep that holiday eating in check...
 
Replicas of 5 lbs. of fat next to 5 lbs of muscle.  

Remember to stay strong this Holiday Season!

#Liveinfitness   #healthyliving   #fitness  

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Google has linked to Apple's homepage in extending condolences to Steve Jobs and Apple. In SEO world no one could dream of a more powerful link... but this may be the only scenario imaginable where such a link from one super power to another should have no SEO consideration...
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Wondering if you're SEO firm is yanking your chain? I just started working with a company whose previous firm had them create hidden content and they were de-indexed by Google... What garbage! Here's some things to watch for in online marketing firms. 
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It's true +Spencer Frandsen ! We shouldn't focus on quantity we have submitted instead the quality, We have to think twice when we are looking for a SEO firm and we must be aware on Google algorithm, since Google has been invented those animals updates SEO was already dead! So must concentrate on producing a high quality and relevant contents and social media marketing this will help boost and generate our search ranking on search engine it take a long time before we can see the changes of our ranking but the only thing we guaranteed our links stays on rank page and were safe on penalties of Google algorithms.
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What an honor to be mentioned in the Alumni newsletter for my department at the University of Utah. Except for a little typo while quoting me... :(
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This is awesome!! Congrats on the success!! I'm not surprised, not even a little!
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70 launches.... that just meant a consistent flow of changes and finding where everything had been moved to in the interface. Cool but a little inconvenient.
 
Did you know we had 70+ launches in Analytics this year?

GA power user and +Search Engine Watch columnist +Thom Craver shares some of his favorites in an end-of-year wrap post here: http://goo.gl/o7VEHg

We're looking forward to another great year in 2014 as we continue to make Analytics even more useful and actionable for your marketing and business. 

Have a favorite launch from this year? Anything you'd like to see us focus on next year? Let us know in the comments. 
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Millions of Americans oppose SOPA and PIPA because these bills would censor the Internet and slow economic growth in the U.S.. Two bills before Congress, known as the Protect IP Act (PIPA) in the Sena...
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What are some thoughts on the new youtube layout and how it synchs up with facebook?

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Me? Married to my beautiful wife. Enjoy Economics, Business, The Internet, Marketing, Psychology, Studying Human Action, SEO, Running, Fishing, Swimming, Camping, and on and on...
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Went with my family and we tried some enchiladas and chimichungas. Compared to the run of the mill Mexican food places I encounter all over the mid-west this was a really good restaurant. If I was rating it against some of the really great Mexican places it would be 4 stars, but that's not my approach. I was really impressed with all 3 types of enchiladas and the sauces they came with. I'd go back often if this was in my home town.
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reviewed a month ago
Came into town with extended family. My nephews wanted to go fish and since I didn't have my gear I stopped by to get some tackle and help on where to take the boys to get into some fish. They were really nice! Told me the best places to take them to make sure they had fun and hooked into fish. They recommended some various baits and rigs and got us all set up. Really appreciated their helpfulness! Great shop!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
When I got into shooting a few years ago I started reloading so I could afford to practice more. I never wanted to fork out the money for a training course, so I turned to Youtube University. I slowly progressed, but never could get accurate and quick follow up shots. I realized I was wasting my money just shooting and hoping to improve so I talked to James and he recommended one of their courses that would help. He was able to help me quickly fix the mistakes I had been making and my shooting made a huge leap forward. I am so excited to finally make some headway, but I am really disappointed I wasted so much time and money on my own. I should have come to Rain6 right when I started shooting (if they have been in business then). I would recommend Rain6 to anyone! The training is fantastic and they are really down to earth when helping people with anything from training to picking firearms.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
My family and I came here while on vacation. My mom and step dad are vegan, the rest of us are not. We all liked it a lot! We had 5 appetizers and then 7 different meals (we wanted to try a lot of veriety). It was all fantastic. My favorites were the sesame chicken, orange chicken, and kung pao chicken. Personally, I wasn't a big fan of the Mongolian beef, or the beef and broccoli. Even though I'm not vegan I'll be stopping here everytime I come through Vegas!
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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Compared to other chain BBQ restaurants this is definitely 5 stars. I like when reviews are broken down by category so I'll try to do the same. Service: Excellent! Our waitress was very attentive, kept our drinks full, and made great recommendations. The food didn't take too long to arrive at our table, what I would expect to wait for good food. Food: Awesome BBQ! Our family got just about everything between 14 people. Brisket was better than any other BBQ place I've been to. Chicken wasn't overcooked at all, still succulent and flavorful. Sausages and sauces were excellent. My favorite was the elk sausage with jalapeños and cheddar. The pulled pork was really good, and on a sandwich it was as good as any I have had. I put their spicy honey mustard sauce on a rib and loved it (not conventional but delicious). The ribs were meaty too, not the kind that leave you feeling short changed. Surprisingly the meatloaf was really tasty. The sweat potato was recommended by our waitress and was also great! To be fair, the fries were decent. They could of used some seasoning to be excellent. Peanuts are Peanuts... Atmosphere: Along the little mainstreet of Grand Lake this little old western style BBQ joint is classic. This is the atmosphere some chains try to copy, but just can't ever capture. Don't expect a quiet, candle lit experience - but this place won't let you down.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Plan on waiting 30 to 45 minutes, even if there are open tables. Once you're seated the service is slow. Benders are the best item, but I've never understood why so many people rave about them. I went on a personal quest to find better and I really like Big Apple Pizzaria, it's substantially better than here. If my in-laws read this I'll be in the dog house for a while, but I had to write this.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
My wife and I got some sushi rolls and the cajun pasta. The sushi was pretty good, far better than I expected. The pasta was excellent! Why would anyone go to Olive Garden when you could have such better food at a local place making dishes out of fresh ingredients like this place? The ladies close to our table got the pizzas and they were much bigger than any personal sized pizzas I have seen before, and they smelled/looked super delicious. The best part is we got to sit in a little alcove type setting. We'll definitely be recommending this to our friends and returning.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago