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Tony Griego
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Paid Search Analyst at G5
Paid Search Analyst at G5

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#survey  | Q: Which websites do you enjoy frequently for online #reading ? If you're favorite isn't listed below, throw it in the comments PLEASE! Thanks!
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Huffington Post, Time, Washington Post
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Medium
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LinkedIn, VentureBeat, Forbes, Etc.
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Vice
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Mashable, TechCrunch, etc

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Kicking off a new #sideproject that needs some visual #branding. If you know a #graphicdesinger please have them see the brief via the link. Thanks!

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Took the #moz   Local Search Expert Quiz. I was curious after being solely focused on PPC for the last year and half how much had changed. It looks like the more things change, the more they stay the same.
https://moz.com/blog/local-search-expert-quiz-2016  
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The Jupiter Fund is having end of the year matching (up to $15,000) by their board. If you are feeling #charitable, take a look.

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"... the #Google Places API, which used to show the Google+ page in its response, now returns a #googlemaps  page instead."

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+Jody O'Donnell This is my first request that you unfollow +Ricky Gervais. All he does is upload cat pics. I can't take it... it feels like they can look through my monitor and into my soul.
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"Really, the only place you should talk about yourself, your company name, we, us is on the about us page... it should be what you, as the customer, are going to gain from working with us on the rest of the site." +Theresa Baiocco 

Excellent, insightful interview with +Tim Ash 

#LPO   #CRO  

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+Oli Gardner nails it in this article. Turn off your hand-held texting box for the next 30 minutes (I know you can you do...), this one is a long read, but worth it.

#conversion #landingpage  

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“The reason we’re  doing this is because we really want  to improve literacy,” says Nicholas. “The people  who are low literacy, and/or struggling readers, those are the ones who need the most help.”
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