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Todd Malicoat
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Hello, I am trying to claim a Google+ custom url for a brand, and have been unable to do so currently. There is currently both a brand page, and local listings pages for the company (with multiple locations), and I would like to get the http://plus.google.com/+ourbrandname I am reluctant to claim the http://plus.google.com/+OurBrandNameNYC and the http://plus.google.com/OurBrandName is not an option (though there is no existing page).


I've made sure the plus page and website are linked, and am now trying to secure the brand url.

The brand url does not currently exist, but it says it is unavavailable when requesting it from the custom url screen

Ideally, since this is a one shot deal, I'd like to secure the company name + url

Any help would be appreciated.


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Hi +Todd Malicoat​ if you are not happy accepting the URL offered then do not accept it and submit feedback from the page in question. You will not receive a response from feedback but your offer may change. 
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Really cool video with Dr. Pete Meyers on the Google Algorithm history. - this is actually part 2, part 1 is coming soon :)
Peter Meyers, President of User Effect, joins Todd for a look at Google's major algorithm changes of the last decade. You'll see how the Google algorithm has progressed, where it stands now with the l...
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Yes, I have watched the video very informative I have to admit.
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I had almost forgot how much fun sharing animated gifs was after myspace.
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Yes - you can make fun of google plus. Yes, it's more egomaniacal time spent on social media. Yes, your megalomaniacal inner ID will make you use it because everyone else is, and you can tell people about self-serving shit like a true shamelessly promoting marketer.
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There's nothing wrong with being a shameless promoting marketer. It's the self-promotional schmucks up with which I will not put.
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Build better websites.
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  • Self
    2005 - present
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Male
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todd malicoat, stuntdubl, todd mailcoat, stuntdouble
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gettin' hit by traffic...not cars.
Introduction
Self employed entrepreneur and avid offshore fisherman.
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I can bridle rig a pilchard, and boat a sailfish for a fb photo op.
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Miami, florida
I've been to several artists throughout the country, and have two arms full of tattoos. 7ink Miami has a clean, professional tattoo shop, and David Gonzalez is a real deal artist. He's well studied, practiced, methodical, and calculating with his art, and understands how permanent, important, and meaningful a tattoo is to any client. Most folks with tats end up getting more than a few, and understand the process can be time consuming and painstaking to get what you’re looking for, and what you love. Anyone with a bad tattoo story knows it’s worth taking the extra time and being patient. Dave has a light touch, and uses silent needles (I had never seen these previously, and kind of missed the “buzzzzz” of a tattoo shop I was used to at first). The shop is a bit of a hike to get to, but worth the trip for top notch work. Dave will work with you on design, is reasonable on price, and among the very best artists I’ve seen in Miami and at other conventions, expos, and art galleries. If you want to end up with an stock butterfly tattoo on your foot or a tribal tramp stamp, go to Ocean Drive, have an overpriced giant margarita and regret it the rest of your life with a terrible story from Miami beach. That - or - make a better life choice, and go to 7ink out west in Miami. Spend the day getting a tattoo you’ll love the rest of your life after, and find a good craft mojito later in the evening or another day. The best way to end up with good art is to work well with your artist. Respect their time, and be specific and realistic with your tattoo designs and expectations. Good work takes time. Great work takes a lot of patience and a lifetime of practice and experience. Looking through the 7ink portfolio, you will see the caliber of the work, and the main reasons you should consider Dave versus the other best artist and shops in Miami or Miami Beach. In the spirit of the 7ink Miami tattoo shop, here’s 7 things to think about before getting your tattoo. 1. Pay for your drawings in advance, and keep them for future sittings. 2. Start subtle – pick a part that isn’t always visible, and won’t stretch a lot. Top of the arms are good start. 3. Pick your pieces in 3-5 hour sitting increments. Understand how long you’ll sit in the chair. It’s not always a pleasant experience. You’ll be happy to have some closure after each one, but large pieces can take hundreds of hours, so you’ll have an unfinished piece for a long time if you try to go TOO BIG. 4. Start small – get a few pieces you think might fit a theme. Be prepared for people to ask about your tattoos the more of them that you get. 5. Working your way down an arm or leg is a good start. Some places are not fun to start with a new artist on. Plan a few pieces, and make sure the placement works for the piece. 6. Have realistic expectations about drawing something custom and how long it can take. Respect the artists’ time outside of work. You’ll likely be booking a month out for great artists – respect their time, and don’t miss an appointment. 7. Buy some schwag (t-shirts and hats) and tip your artist. They’re leaving you with permanent art that you will be asked about for a lifetime. If you're thinking about a tattoo - think it through. Spend some time, and think about it and make sure it's something you will always enjoy Imagine wearing the same t-shirt for several months. If you think you'd like it, imagine it there for the rest of your life. If you still think you'd dig it - call Dave at 7 ink and make it that tat you always wanted.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Zancudo lodge is a somewhat undiscovered sportfishing gem. While it is certainly far from unknown - it should be mentioned in the same breath as top of class destinations like Tropic Star Lodge, or Casa Vieja in Guatamala. This lodge a world class destination that boasts some of the best fishing anywhere in the world. We were a little early in the season for our trip, but managed to catch 18 roosterfish, more jacks than you can count, an african pompano, a half dozen yellowfin tuna and other bi-catch in only a few short days. Greg and Goldine are amazing hosts, and help new guests every step of the way. They are knowledgeable about both the amazing inshore and offshore fishing, as well as their guests' needs. Considering you're venturing into the untapped jungle, it's a fairly easy trip. A flight from san jose to Golfito, and a short boat ride to the lodge that's inclusive with the trip. Zancudo has a fleet of very capable pangas, as well as a few larger contenders if you really want to get there in a hurry. Considering the fish attracting devices (FAD's) are up to 50 miles offshore, it makes since that you want both speed and reliability in your vessels. The local captains are very well versed in catching live bait, and finding the fish. Despite being their for a tournament (pelagicgear triple crown), they were helpful to one another in using the radio to find fish for their anglers. Unlike many charter operations, the fishing tackle and gear they use is top notch. They have the appropriate top dollar heavy tackle. This means new penn internationals for trolling, and quality light tackle setups for the inshore roosterfish. There's not many place in the world where you can EXPECT multiple shots at billfish in a day, and this is one of them. Even if you only get a few shots, you'll still have a blast catching roosterfish, visiting the jungle, and staying at a top notch lodge with ice cold air conditioning, blazing fast wifi, and fresh local seafood served to you daily. Considering the cost of an operation like this, the pricing is very reasonable. They do book their season quickly so be sure to plan in advance.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I wish I had hired Scott to do a marine survey for my first boat. It would have saved me literally 10's of thousands of dollars. There's a handful of truths in boating that I've learned in the passed few years. 1. The acronym for B.O.A.T (bust out another thousand) is not a joke. 2. Outboard engines require a LOT of maintenance. 3. Saltwater eventually breaks everything. 4. You'll save money with regular service and preventative maintenance. Reliable boat consulting is hard to find in Miami. Scott understands the critical systems on a boat, and can help you to learn and understand them better as well. Your boat's structural integrity, safety systems, propulsion, and electrical systems are all critical components that can fail quickly and become both costly and dangerous. There's a lot of folks who will gladly take your money, or ignore your phone calls, and even more who will just provide you with sub-standard service and information. Your survey should come from someone qualified, trustworthy, reliable, and accredited with a track record of helping people identify and fix problems, and save money on their new boat purchases. I didn't get the marine survey on my first boat, but I certainly will next time, so I know well ahead of time all the things I'll need to fix BEFORE they break. Busting out another thousand gets old. Save yourself the time and headache with a little due diligence up front.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Caught a 200+lb Blue Marlin aboard the Mahea "b. These boys are the real deal. The beautiful 47' viking has leather carpet \and couches on the interior, and they rock more than a half a dozen large shimano tiagra rigs with bent butt custom rods.. The boat is immaculate, and the crew is professional, courteous, and friendly. Do yourself a favor and book your trip here, and go home with a fish story to last a lifetime.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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With a toll fee, and a launch fee at the marina, it can add up quick, but this is one of the nicest marinas around. There is an excellent charter boat fleet filled with knowledgeable life-long captains and capable crews. Whenever I get the chance, I fish with Capt. Nel aboard Top Gun Charters. It always makes for a great day of fishing, and often a great meal afterwards. Take your catch to a place like Monty's in the Grove, and it makes for a pretty excellent day.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I decided to move to an area that is a little bit more open, and in a city like Miami - that can sometimes get you robbed. I like my truck and want to keep it so I called Jose to ask some questions about the Omega GPS/ security system I saw on his website. He was helpful, and informed me he could come anytime to me, and install it for around $600 in a little over an hour. It sounded like a good setup to me, so I had him come by and do the job. He did a custom sensor on the truck bed that required some additional work, but still had the job completed in about an hour and a half. The Omega setup sends text messages directly to your phone, and allows for gps tracking in case your car gets jacked. My insurance agent and my loan lender will certainly love both Jose and I for this I'm sure. Jose's decades of experience shine through when explains and installs his product. If you want a great security system installed thoroughly, quickly, and correctly - he's your guy.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago