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Graphics In Your Post...A Necessity
The social net world has gone graphic. Gone are the days when you could simply post content and expect true engagement. These hacks offer graphic tips that will simplify creating a great post.
Overwhelmed by the options for image sizes for all the social platforms? This post shares 5 Social Media Image Size Hacks for creating quick visual content.
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Art That Takes The Eye

I enjoy the choices this artist made in the subject and the ballpoint pens as the instrument. The artists most important instrument is his eye. #art #art prints #artist
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* Project X Contact Lense Tech Now Licensed*
This new wearable pushes the critical issue of another of Project X innovative efforts; battery design, life and components The potential contact lense product is a new component in the growing mobile ecosystem. 
With Glass and Android Wear, Google has already invested a lot of time and resources into developing the next-generation of wearables, but it's another o
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SMS Conquers Email And Content Marketing
Mobile marketing is now not the future. SMS spanks Email. SMS has a 99% open rate within three minutes. It takes Emails to get an 88% open rate over two days. Embedding a link in your SMS campaign brings the smartphone owner to your offer.

comScore is reporting that smartphone ownership in the United States has hit 75%, which means that 182 million Americans now have a smartphone. These statistics on smartphone ownership were gathere...
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Here's a game that may have changed women's sports

Fine, well written analysis from the USA Today premier sports writer. Brennan is right. One helluva game that could change things. UConn, the many time champion in Womens basketball could get some competition this year. # sports
# womenssports # basketball #marchmadness
If the women's basketball naysayers needed proof, here it was: two strong teams playing a brand of basketball that while it's not above the rim, and never will be, should appeal to almost anyone.
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Top Ten Air Forces In The World
Israeli made 5 minute video of the best of the best. Some will be a surprise and some won't but the images and the stats are amazing. A couple of rankings that caught me off-guard.
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Such Enormous Frustration
This poster, which could be called a performance poetry, speaks for many who are so frustrated by what they see in 2015. I'm generally sure many feel this way. They have lost faith with the system. We suffer from their absence.
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Think Multitasking Doesn't Have A Cost?
Gupta frames multitasking as lowering the brains bandwidth. That's a frame that helps me explain my own experiences of physical healing.

What would multitasking per se have to do with healing? Nothing. If you begin lowering the brains bandwidth what might it mean?

We already know the cost of lowering the bandwidth of our Internet connections. Everything takes longer, the easiest tasks become arduous and our frustration goes up.

So what about healing? I've always wanted to be left the hell alone in a slightly darkened, silent room. I has this image, crazy as it sounds, of a tiny reconstruction crew working their tiny butts off to heal me. When it was a cardiac issue they were hammering out and rebuilding an artery.
When it was a nearly burst ganagene appendix they had haz-mat suits and their tools.

I felt, sometimes physically felt, the difference between the times when they had my full conscious/unconscious self as a motor and when I would was disrupted with other tasks.

When I could get a room to myself, lower the lights and keep the noise out, I healed quickly. Each time I was discharged from CICU and the hospital at the same time.

Was that because the full bandwith of my 'self' was focused primarily on just one task? Healing? It seems logical to me.

Imagine the potential difference in care regimes if this could be proven. I believe there would be staggering implications for all kinds of care.

Please give me your thoughts and feelings. What have you experienced about the conscious and unconscious 'bandwidth' in all areas not just healing?

Our brains on multitasking aren't nearly as good as we think they are. Let's say you're working on an activity over here, on the right side of the brain, and suddenly you're trying to multitask another activity, like talking on the phone.
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That was my take as well. Imagine the bandwidth drain from doing makeup or
eating breakfast.
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Site Owners: Wake Up
+Ana Hoffman via +Mark Traphagen bring us the details and links to Google's absolute deadline of April 21for ranking mobile and non-mobile sites.  +Ana Hoffman says "What you need to know." She's right.

Want your site to still rank in Search? You've got to give them a responsive, reverse responsive or mobile site.

(This is good news for me since I provide those mobile sites.)

My own site is an example of a responsive, (but woefully undeveloped), site. I prefer reverse-responsive sites. My own site will change over and be completed soon. Clients come first.

April 21 will be here sooner than you think.
Google's mobile friendly algorithm as a search ranking factor: what you need to know

♨  April 21 is the deadline Google set for the webmasters to get mobile ready.

"Take out your phone, look up your web site. See if there is a gray mobile friendly label in your description snippet. If it is in the search results, if you see it, that means that Google understands that your site is mobile friendly and if you don’t see it then we don’t see that your site is mobile friendly or your is not mobile friendly."

♨  Google's mobile friendly ranking algorithm will "take a few days to roll out, like maybe a week or so."

♨  The mobile friendly ranking algorithm will affect mobile searches in ALL languages worldwide and 'will have a significant impact in our search results.' according to Google

♨  It'll have a bigger impact on the search results than Penguin and Panda did.  

♨  It is a yes or no algorithm (either you are mobile friendly or not) - no 'degrees' of mobile friendliness.

♨  The mobile friendly ranking algorithm will not have any impact on the desktop search whatsoever.

♨  Responsive design works well, but it's not the only way to be mobile friendly.

♨  Your site must unblock CSS & javascript to pass mobile friendly test.

♨   All pages must be mobile friendly for your site to be considered mobile friendly.

Does your site pass the Mobile-Friendly Test?

Take it here:

Mobile Friendly algorithm RESOURCES:

Google's 4-part live series: Basics of a mobile website for SMBs
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Google's Q&A session for mobile-friendly ranking change

Special thanks to +Barry Schwartz +Jennifer Slegg for keeping up with the changes!


I am planning on keeping this post continuously updated as mobile friendly algorithm news/notes/clarifications come out. 

If you have anything to add, let me know in comments.

I am also planning on offering Traffic Generation Café Wordpress theme, which is completely mobile responsive (among other great features), for sale in the near future.

So if your site runs on Wordpress and you need an easy solution to your site mobile unfriendliness, this might be it.

Stay tuned!

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+Vb Wyrde That's correct. This isn't a drop dead date. This is a rollout of their new ranking system. Of course, even if you are not a commercial business it's still good to rank well.
I used Google's mobile test on my own site, . I knew it was responsive but I never assume anything when Google makes a change.

My site passed well. It may be as incomplete as a site can get but it passed.

Assume nothing . Test your site here:

h/t +Ana Hoffman 
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Meerkat my ass has changed things? What happened to the service that's been around for years, Google+ This is too bad that you highlight just one service.. +The Rachel Maddow Show 
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My focus is Creating Positive Outcomes on behalf of my client and customers.  I use my years of experience in real estate and other fields to help a family or organization create solutions to their own issues.

I have a history of being a good communicator and being helpful to many people who have questions on real estate issues and other professional experiences.
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I have been a national director of a professional association as well an officer of many local and regional associations. My years within those niche professional arenas sharpened the skills that help me create solutions in complicated situations. I have organized professional meetings for as many as 700 people. In those pressure packed meetings I helped people, on the spot, find the beginning of a path that they could use to get closer to their goals.Using my skills I have helped many people like youself move closer to their dreams and goals.
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This is a nice little store at the only intersection in town. Yes we do have one stoplight. There's a Subway inside along with seating. The people are very nice. I recommend the place.
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I spoke to them on behalf of a friend and the phone conversation was polite and interesting. Now I have to drive the fellow down there on Monday.
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reviewed 5 months ago
I've been eating at Los Primos since their first week in RSM. This the most authentic Mexican food you're going to get outside the barrio. Marinated carrots, peppers and onions as a free side dish are great. The food is very good if you like real Mexican food. There are a few things on the menu for the gringo (not a compliment) that has to have something that's familiar. For those that say it's terrible, it's like a reaction to the decor which is also veryauthentic. In other words, not great by any means. No one mentioned the outdoor tables either. Very nice to use. Plastic patio stuff but what the hell for the price. I like the place.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This was an suprize for me. I had no there was a fine musical instrument store RSM. The young man was obviously happy to be working there. I was looking for a a specific harmonica in the key of G from a specific maker. I didn't they would have it. They had 4. Amazing. GOOD SPOT
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It was years ago that I enjoy Miss Dickinson's Museum with it's history and stories. The town of Amherst is a treat in itself but being able to visit this famous and unusual spot made it all the better. If you are anywhere near Northampton or Springfield, a little ways further south, drive a few miles north and enjoy Amherst. Northampton, home to Smith College, has many historical sites as well. The Hotel Northampton, if memory serves, was founded in the very late 1700's. Beautiful bar called the Oak Room. Worthy of the name with magnificent wood work.
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reviewed a year ago
I wanted to add that if youre in any restaurant on a jammed weekend overlooking the lake the service is different. *But* if you go when there isn't a stampede you will not only enjoy fine food but a presentation on the plate that is the best I've seen outside true gourmet restaurants.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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