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Anthony Moore
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Attended San Diego State University
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1. Reading “I don’t like reading. I’m a slow reader. I don’t know what to read. I don’t dislike reading, but I think I’ll just go see the movie instead.” Here’s a silly “Top 10” list of why reading is good for you. You probably already know some of the benefits: mental stimulation, increased vocabulary, superhuman …
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“Consistency is far better than moments of greatness.” –Scott Ginsberg There’s this blogger I follow on Facebook. I follow a lot of bloggers. He posted a status last night. “Just an update about the blog for this past year! I had over 700,000 visitors. I had almost 30,000 views on my biggest day! Thanks for …
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I'm a writer. I like craft beer. Here's what I wrote when I was confronted about my bad writing and drinking too much beer.
Constructive criticism kinda sucks. It's hard to accept, hands down. Here's my latest interaction with it.
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Scared of just doing something? Us too. Here's the best and only piece of advice on how to get over it and do something awesome.
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I’ve recently gotten into craft beer. I live in San Diego, and we’re basically the craft beer capital of the galaxy. My palate has gradually changed from if-it’s-not-pink-zinfandel-I’m-not-interested to I-wonder-if-I-can-mix-black-coffee-bourbon-and-a-double-IPA-together. A few weeks ago, I heard about this “beerfest” event happening in downtown. For 30$, you could get a souvenir beer glass and unlimited beer tastings of …
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People in their 20's are almost defined as being broke and financially clueless. Most people stay that way. Here are 3 steps to break the cycle.
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Normally, I don't pay too much attention to the ramblings of an inebriated acquaintance I just met. This time was...different.
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Avoid these social media mistakes and learn how to get hired without having to explain those awkward Facebook pictures.
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Writer, speaker, entrepreneur. Creator of StuffGradsLike.com. I like my sugar with coffee and cream.
Introduction
I'm very good at a few things - writing, SEO, blogging, and ping pong come to mind. I'd say I'm a pretty cool guy.

I work primarily in SEO and content marketing, but I'm also passionate about helping college grads find their footing in life after college. I run business development for StuffGradsLike.com and I work part time as a career coach and mentor for college grads.
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Writer, blogger, speaker, and SEO specialist. I've also eaten a 32" pizza by myself in one sitting.
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  • San Diego State University
    2012
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Writer | Speaker | Entrepreneur | Creator of StuffGradsLike.com
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  • StuffGradsLike
    Director of Business Development, 2013 - present
    -Developed and designed complete online curriculum course for college graduates focusing on career, financial, and relational success (ProfessionalGrad course 1.0). -Oversee SEO, content marketing, PPC campaigns, and captivating content creation. -Provide useful, practical, and inspirational counseling to Millennials and college graduates.
  • Spread Effect
    Writer, 2012 - 2013
    -Hire, train, and supervise a 50+ team of SEO freelance writers -Assign, edit, and approve 50 search engine optimized articles/day, receiving 20-50 average social media shares, upwards of 300+ shares on featured articles -Implement social media, SEO, SEM, and content marketing tactics to all content
  • Assisted Living
    Content Writer, 2012 - 2012
    Wrote roughly 5-6 articles a day, informing readers about the essentials of dozens of assisted living homes for the greater San Diego area. Some details included the cost, the capacity, and why anyone would even want to go there (as a resident or for a relative).
  • Pottery Barn
    Sales Associate, 2011 - 2012
    -Assisted as many as 20-40 individual customers/hour with detailed transactions (as high as $3,000 per transaction) and any desired knowledge about the store, the products, and a wealth of database information; communicated specific store and product details to a high volume of customers, face to face, in a friendly and professional manner.
  • The Young Trust
    Content Writer, 2011 - 2011
    -Implemented new web blog strategy to potentially 1000's of regular website viewers. -Completed weekly tasks from home office, self-motivated computer duties writing approximately 2 blogs per week for 2 of the Trust’s companies on a variety of topics. -Revised verbiage and tone of business proposals to better communicate a new vision to the desired audience.
  • SDSU Bookstore
    Sales Associate, 2008 - 2011
    -Assisted as many as 20-40 individual customers per hour with detailed transactions (as high as $3,000 per transaction). -Inform customers about products, deals, and pricing; database input.
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The 4 Best Habits I've Picked Up in My 20's - StuffGradsLike
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1. Reading “I don’t like reading. I’m a slow reader. I don’t know what to read. I don’t dislike reading, but I think I’ll just go see the mo

The Key to Your Personal and Professional Success in 2016 - StuffGradsLike
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“Consistency is far better than moments of greatness.” –Scott Ginsberg There’s this blogger I follow on Facebook. I follow a lot of bloggers

"C" Papers, Craft Beer, and Constructive Criticism - StuffGradsLike
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Constructive criticism kinda sucks. It's hard to accept, hands down. Here's my latest interaction with it.

Why You Should Quit Your Job By Summer
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A better job is waiting for you. End the complacency and land something better. Here’s how.

3 Lessons From An Awkward-Silence-Filled Coffee Meetup With Someone I Me...
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Terrified of awkward meetings? Yep. So are we. Well, here's 3 lessons about how to be charming and personable in such a meeting.

Why No One Reads New Blogs or Goes to Church Anymore - StuffGradsLike
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Scared of just doing something? Us too. Here's the best and only piece of advice on how to get over it and do something awesome.

4 Essential Social Media Rules That Will Get You Hired - StuffGradsLike
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Avoid these social media mistakes and learn how to get hired without having to explain those awkward Facebook pictures.

Why I Didn't Savagely Yell at the Unemployment Office When They Told Me ...
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Read why reacting negatively towards situations where everyone else reacts negatively is a terrible, terrible idea.

How to Know if You’re a Controlling Person
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If you’d have told me a month ago I had codependent tendencies, I’d never have believed you. I don’t like it when people try to control me (

Why Emotional Entrepreneurs Are Better Than Their Counterparts - StuffGr...
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It's not the badass type-A personality that always gets the win. Here's why the quiet emotional entrepreneurs get the bacon in the end.

3 Consequences of Not Doing What You Love After College - StuffGradsLike
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Don't be fooled - there are consequences to staying comfortable serving popcorn at the movies and dumping your passions like a middle school

Totally Stuck with Your Writing? 16 Energizing Ways to Get You Jazzed Up...
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Although many people believe the best way to battle writers block is to sit down and fight through it, I like to kick-start things with an a

The 5 Worst Types of Christmas Scrooges - StuffGradsLike
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If you hate Christmas desserts or "don't believe in getting gifts," I don't like you and neither does Santa Claus.

Seth's Blog: "Am I supposed to like this?"
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If we think we are, we probably will. We're more likely to laugh at the comedy club. More likely to like the food at a fancy restaurant. Mor

5 Ways College Grads Might Be Like Gollum - StuffGradsLike
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You may not eat goblins or have 9 teeth, but many college grads look a lot like the isolated, addicted creature with his precious ring.

Seth's Blog: The care and feeding (and shunning) of vampires
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Vampires, of course, feed on something that we desperately need but also can't imagine being a source of food. You have metaphorical vampire

Too Seldom Is Heard an Encouraging Word: Why and How to Offer More Compl...
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"Idle words are characterless and die upon utterance. Evil words rankle for a while, make contentions, and then die. But the hopeful, kind,

3 Ways to Stop Losing at "The Comparison Game" - StuffGradsLike
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Life after college can be a lot like a crowded freeway - slow, dull, and full of better cars than yours. Here's 3 ways to stop playing the c

7 Telltale Signs of a Stagnant College Grad - StuffGradsLike
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If you're guilty of never calling your mother or leaving bad tips since you've graduated, it might be a time for a change.

4 BETTER Ways to Make Your Showers More Productive - StuffGradsLike
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Don't attempt to create productive showers by cramming in blaring podcasts or going over every minute of the day. Productive showers start w