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Sylvie Dale
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Find out 3 ways your LinkedIn connections can help you crack into new accounts.
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"Now, think about your customers internally and externally. When your customers move from prospecting to doing business, from sales or projects to support - do you take the time to make sure everyone is together and on the same page, or do you just hope and assume everything will be ok?"
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This is a great story about a wonderful sister, written by one of my favorite bloggers.
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Sometimes it's a tough dividing line to see clearly - you don't want to sell or give links to advertisers in a news site, and you don't want to advertise link opportunities in a blog site. Stay to the "content is king" path and remember the reader. 
 
Hey everyone ... Guess what? I'm about to record a show with Ross .. First one since Christmas .. So Looking forward to it.

Great timing too, gonna talk about Google banning MyBlogGuest and the fallout. Ross was a little surprised when I told him I am firmly on Googles side this time.

Here are some links if you want to read up on it before the show aires on Monday

Overall Coverage:
http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2335246/Google-Penalizes-MyBlogGuest-a-Guest-Blog-Network

Ann Smarty's Response:
http://www.seosmarty.com/guest-blogging-the-fork-and-my-take/

The post that started the whole thing (apparently):
http://venturebreak.com/2014/01/23/rip-myblogguest/

Love to hear everyones thoughts?
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New Google search result design - no more shaded boxes for Adwords? http://searchengineland.com/google-makes-official-new-search-results-look-live-186491
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Hey +Jim Nicholson, would your VPN server idea help as a workaround for this security vulnerability?  
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I have recently invested in a year long #VPN #security service, and it is sad to say that even that has been breached by "unknown power-grabbers" that think they can control humanity. It sounds like this new SSL vulnerability is the universal portal for intrusion of #privacy.
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While I found it a bit silly to compare Matt Cutts with Moses, I am cheering for blogger Jon Burg, who threw down the gauntlet in front of Facebook. No more can established social sites like Facebook pretend that they are just a new tech startup and change things suddenly with almost no public interfacing, like they did with their recent change to the visibility of business page posts to their fans.There are companies investing substantially in their Facebook marketing, and Facebook needs to grow up and work with these businesses or become obsolete.
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More good stuff from Rand Fishkin. :)
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This BI Intelligence article had potential but missed for me. Perhaps an arbitrary word count prevented the editors from adequately explaining what types of businesses were included in this survey and whether they even know the difference between a mobile app and a mobile site.

But I struggle to understand or believe that such a high percentage of the surveyed businesses actually plan to have their own app by year end. Has it occurred to any of these businesses that we smartphone users have limited space - and time - to deal with their silly, single purpose shopping apps that only allow us to buy their products?

In fact, I have an iPhone and and iPad, and yet I deleted the Apple Store app because I would use it less than once a year.

This reminds me of the late nineties when businesses blithely printed brochures and churned out trade show signs that yelled "Check us out on the World Wide Web!!" "Visit us at www.crappywebsite.com!"
What are merchants planning on say to persuade us to download an app? "Try our app! It's fun!"

Retailers and merchants, if you plan to offer an app, listen up! I will only download your app if it is likely that I will use it twice a week. Your app will be like a grain of salt in a 500 foot high hill of sand. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY.
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oops not sure if i'm supposed to type in here but here goes,Heyyy Sylvie from far far away,hows things going over in the USA today, Australia here Sylvie and sooooo new at this Google Plus thingy and somehow stumbled upon your page (its Great) so thought i'd say Gday, Hi , it's such an honour to meet you, thanks Gorgeous, woo hoo Kete
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I am a corporate trainer with a large national media company.
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  • Advance Digital
    Regional Training Manager, NJ.com, present
  • Lincoln Tech, LexisNexis, SEG, PennWell
    Email and social for a national chain of colleges
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    Web content manager for a professional society
  • PennWell
    Online editor for a B2B publisher
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Watchung, new jersey
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El Paso, Texas - Tulsa, oklahoma - Roseburg, oregon - Big spring, texas
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I'm usually up to my armpits in something terribly interesting. I love online communications - email, blogging, Web content, social networking, virtual worlds. It's amazing how you can stay in touch with so many important people and get in touch with new and exciting people with these (mostly free) tools. I love old fashioned books, too - my latest enjoyment has been a series of steampunk-esque novels by Jay Lake. I don't watch much TV but I do like to catch the occasional show on Hulu Plus or Netflix. Oh, and spaghetti is my favorite food. 
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  • University of Texas
    Journalism
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The removal of a game from Steam user libraries raises important questions about digital ownership.

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Once upon a time, guest blogging used to be a great way to gain some exposure for individuals looking to get their name out there or for bur

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Dedicated to the Growth of the Interactive Advertising Marketplace

Mobile Internet Time Now Exceeds PC -- comScore
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Forecast: Mobile To Be 48 Percent Of Display Revenue By 2017
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Data aggregator eMarketer has published a revised set of ad-revenue forecasts with an emphasis on mobile. The firm projects that mobile adve

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When I clicked on this comic about a dog with three legs, I didn't expect to be so deeply moved.

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The afternoon of the 28th, I found myself trying to get home via the bus lines from The Outlets at Bergen Town Center in Paramus, N.J. (I no

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The need for true content differentiation is increasing rapidly. People don't need millions of different sources providing the same answers.

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Google is reportedly testing authorship-like search results for brands, where it shows company logos and Google+ circle information for the

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The Technical Interview Is Dead (And No One Should Mourn) | TechCrunch
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Allow me just a little self-congratulation. Two years ago I wrote "Why The New Guy Can't Code," about my contempt for the standard industry

Google Maps and Waze, outsmarting traffic together
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Google Local Listings Revamp in Universal Results - Advance Digital Sear...
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Sunday morning service is prompt and attentive. Great food choices and coffee is fantastic.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Had the Very Veggie Pizza with red bell peppers , olives, mushrooms and artichoke hearts on whole wheat crust. Best yet, waitress was extremely friendly and I had my pizza in ten minutes flat - at 12:30 on a Friday afternoon. Also had a very fancy caramel cupcake.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Very happy with the professionalism and honesty. It's done when they say it will be and they strive to anticipate and advise me of anything that could go wrong. I've had my timing belt changed, brake job, and wheel bearing replaced. All done well, on time and within budget. Also, I love that Frank answers his company email promptly.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Not fancy digs, but beers are fantastic. Tapas menu is yummy. Visit their Facebook page to find out when guest brewers will be there - events like that allow you to explore the full range of a craft brewer's offering.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I just tried out their delivery service. You order online on their site, and pay with Paypal or, if you don't have Paypal, using another credit card or even a paper check. I used Paypal. The ordering process was easy because I was able to browse or search for items - good selection throughout. Unlike Peapod, I was able to order produce by the pound. Peapod weirdly had the ability to order 1 banana at astronomical prices. I found this online service to have prices comparable to being in the store. Best yet, I was able to sort by unit price, meaning the best prices sort to the top. The sales were clearly marked and also how many you had to buy to get them. I do wish that the sales counted for any variety of the brand that was on sale rather than having to order 4 cans of the same flavor soup, for instance. Flexible delivery times - they were able to offer me a time slot less than 24 hours later - on a Sunday no less - and the delivery person was on time and polite. He forgot one of the bins of items in my order but I called the store and they were able to get him to come back within the same hour to deliver everything. VERY GOOD COORDINATION between the store, its managers and the delivery drivers. With a service like this, the value differentiator is selection, promptness, and their ability to deal well with mistakes. They blew Peapod out of the water. A&P was already my favorite grocery store - now they've got my delivery business too.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Eat at the bar - attentive and friendly service. Bartender was helpful in recommending wines to go with my spaghetti/ ravioli dish and we got wonderful soft/crispy garlic bread while waiting for our food. Marinara sauce was good, but not stellar. Pasta was perfect and the food arrived on time. we went there at 8 pm on a Tuesday night.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This is a wonderful family run place to take your family to. I think they renamed it recently; same great stuff. Don't be in a hurry here - come here when you're ready to sit and enjoy your family. It's a BYOB.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago