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Tyler Young
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Why in the world did I do that? How can I do better? Chances are you've asked yourself these questions at least once today. To understand how your mind works and how you can improve your decision-m...
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I have seen this on the radar for 4-5 years.  Now it is finally happening.  

http://www.wsj.com/article_email/can-google-outsell-amazon-and-ebay-1431730741-lMyQjAxMTE1ODEwNTYxMTU2Wj?mg=id-wsj
Company will launch buy buttons on its search-results pages in coming weeks
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This is my day today, again......
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Did you miss Michael Wiegand's webinar, Measuring Intent With Google Analytics? If so, no worries! Check out the recap on our blog. ‪#‎PortentU‬ http://bit.ly/1vBDZGS
Last week, I did gave a free webinar on measuring mid-funnel activity using Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager. If you missed it, here's the recording: During the webinar, I made mention of several links and resources that would be available
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Change, or get disrupted!

I found this graphic to be fascinating. It shows all the companies that are trying to take away a piece of Fedex / trying to do a piece of what Fedex do better / outright kill Fedex collectively. In every case the new company seems to be disrupting Fedex by using technology and what digital specifically empowers.

Fedex became Fedex by trying to do everything and do it well enough. And, as a result, it is an enormously successful company. But, when you get that big, it is very difficult to stay nimble and innovate in every thing now the big company does. And, digital empowers innovation at higher speed, at a lower cost, by smaller companies.

I love this.

Is Fedex going to die? No. There are plenty of big clients of big Fedex who do want Fedex' bigness in one place. But, many parts of the Fedex business will certainly lose. The challenge for them will be to keep the local loses small and keep enhancing the value of the big.

Fedex should of course innovate itself and try and compete with all these little disruptors from within Fedex itself. But, it is very hard for a massive corporation to do that (be it Fedex or American Express or Google or Pepsico).

On a positive note, Fedex has so much money which means if it fails to innovate from within, it can simply buy these "little guys." Happens all the time.

All said and done. So fascinating. 
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When SEOs with the best of intentions are stymied by things out of their control, it can make us absolutely crazy. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand offers some clarity and a way forward.
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Want to learn to code? Here's where you should start:
  Teens, tweens and kids are often referred to as “digital natives.” Having grown up with the Internet, smartphones and tablets, they’re often extraordinarily adept at interacting with digital...
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Still think robots can’t do your job? This video may change your mind...

Yes, robots now build cars and power mechanical diggers and other "dumb" jobs. What will surprise you is how quickly "mechanical minds" are making human brain labor less in demand.

15 mins, will fundamentally challenge your thinking.
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Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher once said: “If you just set out to be liked, you would be prepared to compromise on anything at any time, and you would achieve nothing”.
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As Passionate About Search Marketing As Ron Burgandy is to Love Making
Introduction

I am one of the founding members of StreetSideAuto.com.  Since our launch I have been responsible for the organic growth and the development of our vast SEM Profile. My background in interactive marketing strategy and implementation has given me a unique perspective on large scale eCommerce management & construction.

 

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One of the original founders of StreetSideAuto.com
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Search Engine Marketing, Search Engine Optimization
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  • Streetsideauto.com
    SEO-SEM Manager, 2006 - present
  • RJ Promotions
    Consumer Show Manager, 2004 - 2005
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