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Steve Bonin
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Helping Clients find their message and bringing it to the World Eloquently
Helping Clients find their message and bringing it to the World Eloquently

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Squirrel Thieves
This is pretty funny - watch the video

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Content should be long enough to be helpful, meet marketing goals, and provide a unique take...and no longer

+Mark Traphagen writes a good article lauding the values of Quality over Quantity with some good links to supporting articles.

#seostuffworthreading

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Track e-commerce Transactions in Google Analytics Using Google Tag Manager

+Dani Tadmori​ has a great series of videos showing how to use GTM with the updated (2016) interface. The videos range from the simple to more complex implementations like this one.

Videos are measured and easily followed and together form a fantastic resource for anybody wanting to learn how to use Google tag manager.

I urge everyone to have a look and support this initiative , by leaving a comment and sharing the videos across the internet.

#seostuffworthreading


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Speed is Important
+Eric Enge
+Mark Traphagen

Some interesting insights into page load times and sales, and always a smile. Have a look. 

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Dirk Genty's Holistic Detective Agency
No, it's not Douglas Adams, but it could be...

9/10 stars

It has been a long time since I read Douglas Adams' DGHDA so I cannot say if the character is faithful to the books, but my memory says not...
That being said, it is a fine good romp, full of time travel mind twisters, silly puns, and off-beat plot lines that will keep you wondering -"What the heck is going on???" Thankfully, the "Previously on Dirk Gently..." at the beginning of each episode will clarify last week's episode for you.

Samuel Barnett's "Dirk" plays somewhere between Colombo and Mork from Ork, his frenetic antics land him the proverbial pile of excrement where he emerges "smelling like roses", most of the time, to his own surprise.

Elijah Wood's Todd Brotzman is the perfect Hardy to Dirk's Laurel, with a depth of character Ollie Hardy never reached...he has secrets.

Amanda Brotzman, played by Hannah Marks, is a likable character, who too plumbs depths she didn't know she had and comes up with a few surprises.

Jade Eshete is just stunningly beautiful as the hot, ninja-like, body guard who plays with one foot in Dirk's world and the other in Todd's reality, she plays a foil against both side, or a bridge, whatever. She is the strong female character to Amanda's softer more emotional feminine nature.

The unlikely duo of Bart and Ken, who's story arc vectors to cross paths with Dirk, are played admirably by Fiona Dourif and Mpho Koaho respectively. We don't know what will happen when the trio meet, but we know something will.

The story resembles Douglas Adams' in that there are multiple concurrent plots, seemingly unrelated, but with hints of synchronicity that eventually converge to a raucous denouement where all becomes clear, sort of.

Entertaining, full of fun, with some good acting make this the best adaptation of any of Douglas Adams' works to date.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4047038/?ref_=rvi_tt



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Buyer Beware
Read this first before signing up for Yext services

+Darren Shaw​ audits Yext services and gives us something to ponder when doing local SEO and citation clean up.

#seostuffworthreading 

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Living With The Shadow
The Shadow is our new mascot here at HarrisWeb Creative
http://www.harrisweb.ca
 
Shadow wondering why I didn't want him to chew on something...
 
BTW, I need new slippers for Christmas
 
#theshadowatharrisweb
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6 Google Analytics Reports Worth Using
I came across this article this morning and thought these reports were worth implementing.

#seostuffworthreading

https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-analytics-reports-holiday/179077/#readfull

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Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine will Change the Way We Think About Disease
Regrowing cartilage, repairing worn out parts, regenerating damaged tissues ... it all happening now

Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research will be the norm in a decade or 2. We will look to our own bodies to repair itself, because it can. Stem Cells are just raw material and a communication medium.
MSC's continue to show their stuff
We use MSC's grown from your own fat in our osteoporosis stem cell treatment and are seeing excellent results, especially cartilage regrowth in knees.
http://canadajournal.net/health/stem-cell-therapy-reverses-age-related-osteoporosis-says-new-research-44938-2016/

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Living With The Shadow
The Shadow is our new mascot here at HarrisWeb Creative
http://www.harrisweb.ca

The Shadow is about 10 weeks old in this pic, that was about 6 weeks ago before we had snow. He is cupping his impressive ears together to create a "dish" to capture sound. He is listening to something far away.

#theshadowatharrisweb




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