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Steven D. Lawrence
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Aaron Walker is a quality person and an outstanding guitar instructor. Very talented. His positive personality and enthusiasm for life is highly contagious! I would definitely recommend Aaron to anyone looking for a guitar instructor... or even a great mentor for their kids!

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Have you made significant changes to your site recently? Perhaps you have new posts that haven't been indexed. Here's how to ask Google to crawl your site. 
<p>Inclusion in Google's search results is free and easy; you don't even need to submit your site to Google. Google is a fully automated search engine that uses software known as "spiders" to crawl th
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Using the opportunity of quest blogging....
In this article we are going to look at exactly how you can get guest blogging opportunities and make the most out of them. Click here to read more.
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Great plugin. Thanks Joost!
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Matt Cutts announces that social signals are NOT a factor is search algorithm. How should this effect your strategy? Should we change the way we use social media? The consensus is - not at all. However, as the semantic web expands, it seems inevitable that these signals will play a pivotal role in establishing author validity and correlated topical influence. It's the whole premise behind G+ just as it was with eBay back in it's early days of assigning mutual accountability for content (buy/sell) and the interaction of others with it. The knowledge graph - Google's new baby - can't function indefinitely without this social component. This of course is my personal opinion on the matter.
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If you haven't heard already, Google search is about to undergo a paradigm shift. Well... if the truth be known - and while using the closest analogy I can think of at the moment is that, the bread is ready to come out of the oven! All of the carefully measured ingredients for the bread, as well as the meticulous instructions on how best to bake it has been on the back of the box from the very first day it was placed on the shelf. So it begs the question - "Is SEO still alive, or is SEO dead?" And the answer is, "yes." Too ambiguous? Perhaps. But 'ambiguous' might be the best definition for the mechanics of it all as well. Join the conversation started by +David Amberland about +Google Semantic Search.
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Is your website optimized for speed? Did you know you can dramatically increase performance by deploying a content delivery network (CDN) on your site?
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I am an astute pupil of all things web related. From fundamentals to advanced techniques to experimental practices of things yet proven; I thrive on learning - and yet surrender to the fact that I will never know it all. I am wise, in that I seek out and listen intently to those who are better, faster and more educated but willing to share with those of us who are hungry for morsels of brilliance.  I am committed to passing on to others the things I learn on my own and from those who have taught me.

As the son of a military officer, I have lived and experienced the military existence from California to Hawaii to Georgia and finally to Houston, Texas where I live, work and reside.  With the help and direction of +David Amerland, I have engaged the G+ society as a means to embrace the changes of social media, and to emulate to the best of my ability the willingness that David and other brilliant minds have put forth to buttress a community of well-informed individuals.

Social media has become ubiquitous. It's interwoven into society. It interconnects humans in the same way spoken language does. Like it or not, it's here to stay, and it's our job as users, observers and teachers of it to know it in the same way we know our iPhones and Androids. Though I will admit, that when it first emerged on the scene with MySpace, I was not impressed. Not because it wasn't an interesting new technology - but because from a web marketer's perspective - it had little to no impact on the job I did as a web designer and SEO practitioner ( I use the acronym mindfully as the experimental practice that it still was in the early 2000's). If Google didn't care - then neither did I.  

Obviously things have changed. Nowadays, not only does Google care - but it [social media] is a fundamental and necessary variable of the overall equation. It's a point on the knowledge graph in much the same way a hydrogen atom is a necessary element of a water molecule (H20). And just as a missing hydrogen atom cannot satisfy the physics of water - neither can a missing social media signal satisfy the new semantic web.

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This place is great. The food is always fresh, piping hot and very well prepared. The people are very friendly and the place is so clean you could eat off the floor.... if you were so inclined... though I prefer sitting at a table. But seriously... I highly recommend it!
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I have become such a fan of Dr. Zizelmann and his assistant, April - that I would continue to go there even if he wasn't on my insurance. Some things are just more important than money. I have always been very well cared for and actually look forward to going there. They have become like friends and I highly recommend them. The guy below... well - I don't what the motivation for his review could possibly be. It certainly doesn't mirror even in the slightest what I've experienced!
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Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
Sunny Side of the Street has become my wife and I's favorite go-to place. Even our kids, who are the pickiest teenagers in Texas, love the food. The people are friendly, the service is fantastic, and the food is absolutely phenomenal in both appearance and taste. The scratch-made Corn Beef Hash, Eggs Benedict and French Toast are to die for. This place would be a perfect destination for Food Network's, 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.' Highly recommended! 5 Stars all the way!!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The place is a lot of fun, but I have to agree that it's way too expensive. It would be cheaper to pay for a tee-time at a real golf course. With limited expendable income, families have to choose wisely. We took my son and a couple of his friends for his birthday and the cost was over $300!!! While our server was very friendly and helpful, the line at the front desk was 50 people deep and it took 20 minutes per party to sign in! My guess is that those people were still in line after we were leaving. Lastly, the food "looks" good, but the price comes nowhere near the quality. I would give the food 1 star. Overall a great place to have fun if cost isn't an issue for you. For us, it is. So it won't be on top of the list of options to spend our limited entertainment dollars. I hope that management looks closely at what their customers are saying and responds in earnest to address these valid concerns. And with that I say good luck and thanks for listening.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Papa John's claim, "Better Ingredients, Better Pizza" would not hold up to Marco's Pizzas. Since hearing a host of teachers at Klein ISD say how good it was, we gave them a try and haven't looked back since! Marco's pizzas are clearly far and away better pizzas at our house. Better than Papa Johns, better than Dominoes, and slightly better than Pizza Hut who, in our opinions have really kicked it up a few notches lately too - so kudos to Pizza Hut! But we have 4 kids and we're all in agreement that Marcos is the best! Definitely give them a try!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I went and saw Dr. Farajnejad this morning at Royalty Dental on Spring-Cypress for a root canal and the experience was fantastic... well, as fantastic as a root canal can possibly be. She and all of her her staff were very friendly and professional from the time I entered until the time I left. Dr. Farajnejad has a very soothing bedside manner and constantly asked me how I was doing during the procedure. I am so satisfied with my experience that I will going back for the rest of the work that I need done as well. I would highly recommend Dr. Farajnejad and her staff to anyone looking for a good dentist!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago