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Vanessa Fox
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Latest post on Keylime Toolbox: What SEO metrics are really important? The ones that measure user happiness.

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OMG, I don't even know how Google+ works! Can I share content from a page I own? Until I figure it out, here's our new Keylime Toolbox G+ page and our post about our launch! Recover not provided data! Better understand your audience! Drink limeade!
https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/112540358169971216000/112540358169971216000/posts/GvP5mwuvCXF

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Just posted about a book giveaway on my site. http://www.ninebyblue.com/book-giveaway-win-a-copy-of-marketing-in-the-age-of-google-by-telling-me-what-topics-you-want-to-know-more-about/ Will give away 5 more copies of the new edition of my book (Marketing in the Age of Google) from comments here on Google+. Just reply with what topic you'd most like a comprehensive article on! And learn more about the book here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1118231937/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=nibybl-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1118231937

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+Vanessa Fox shows us how to get in-depth info out of Google Webmaster Tools by using their API. #awesome

5am comes early when it's dark and rainy outside.

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Google's Panda algorithm launches in most languages: http://searchengineland.com/googles-panda-update-launches-internationally-in-most-languages-89214. Have you seen an impact?

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"The Crosswalk API takes a URL or Factual ID and returns business information and a list of place pages on the web for that business... The company views local content as a place to test out Factual’s approach, but still doesn’t consider local to be its endgame."

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http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/194434/20110808/too-much-facebook-unhealthy-teens.htm

"Young adults who are constantly logging onto the world's largest social networking Web site are more likely to display narcissistic tendencies...."

Or, could it be that those with narcissistic tendencies like updating their status constantly?

"...teens with a strong presence on Facebook may exhibit potentially adverse effects such as antisocial behavior, mania and depression. "

Or, er, shy kids find it easier to communication online? Depressed kids don't have the energy to get out of the house?

"For instance, while researchers found that middle, high school and college students who logged onto Facebook at least once during a 15-minute study period were more likely to receive lower grades on exams."

How did this compare with kids back in my day (that is, the day of the walking uphill in the snow to school both ways, when cars were a shiny nickel!) who passed notes during study period? Or, for that matter, kids today who do anything non-study related during study period?

Sigh.
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