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Mike Macey
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Inbound Relationship Marketing: Social Media - "What's New Is Old"
Inbound Relationship Marketing: Social Media - "What's New Is Old"

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It truly is a "Colorful Colorado."  Skiing is world class but summers are what we live for!

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The 15 Most Shocking Statements From ObamaCare Architect Ezekial Emannuel’s “Die at 75″ Article.  The premise of Obama-scare is you should die at 75 versus becoming a burden on the rest of us!! Such hypocrisy and the uninformed will always be the uninformed!

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Hugh Briss, owner of Social Identities shares how to create your Google+ profile image to render on all devices.  Learn how to fit your important message, brand, or call-to-action for all to see.

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If you love Jesus, you will love Phil Robertson the original Duck Commander.  If you don't know Jesus, you will find the truth from this fella from Louisiana.

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God Bless our great country and protect America from those who destroy her from within. Amen

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How to Setup Google Authorship for Personable SEO.  Have you wondered how author's pictures show up with blog post search results?

Hint: Profile must be a photo of the author and not a logo.

Look no further.  Link your Google+ profile to the content you create.  https://plus.google.com/authorship.  By Mike Macey #mikemacey #thinkupnewmedia #skinnywrapsforguysandgals @thinkupnewmedia
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How are you promoting your personal or business brand?  Have you taken advantage of the many digital signpost available to define your brand?  Here's 10 solid no-brainers to help you grow your business.

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Just when many of you thought email was dead . . . they are not and now Twitter is introducing cards to help promote products and services with the capability to capture the interested party's email.

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Would have been bitchin' in the 60's man.  Can you imagine watching Cheech and Chong trying to watch Easy Rider?
It's still only a patent, but Samsung is developing a TV that can bend and twist so you don't have to move it to get a better view of the screen from a different part of the room. What do you think? http://on.mash.to/13GFB45
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