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Thomas Høgenhaven
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Is it possible to add multiple "Geographic targets" for subfolders in Google Webmaster Tools? So domain.com/de/ is set to geotarget Germany, while domain.com/se/ is set to geotarget Sweden? Or can there only be one?


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Thanks +Gianluca Fiorelli. Already have the profiles set up. Was just afraid that it would affect settings on root domain.
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If you build the same features as your competitors, you will all end up with similar products that do not do any one job very well.

~Clayton Christensen
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Everyone doing product development should read +Noah Weiss's 49 Articles and Books that will Make you a Great Product Manager.
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"The best thing you can do for employees - a perk better than foosball or free sushi - is hire only "A" players to work alongside them. Excellent colleagues trump everything else."  - Patty McCord, former Chief Talent Officer at Netflix.
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Authorship might not influence search results a great deal today. But based on this quote from Eric Schmidt & Jared Cohen's The New Digital Age, it is likely to do so in the future:

"Within search results, information tied to verified online profiles will be ranked higher than content without such verification, which will result in most of the users naturally clicking on the top (verified) results. The true cost of remaining anonymous, then, might be irrelevance..."

- Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen, p. 33
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Yes, that is the sole quote those hoping to capitalize on authorship cite for a few years now. 
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Brilliant. Changing the Russian olympics logo from bear to  dog with two dots.
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Love how +Eric Schmidt and +Jared Cohen write that "The United States will not take the same path of digital corporate espionage [as China]....because illicit competition violates the American sense of fair play" (The New Digital Age, 2013 p. 116).

Maybe NSA just doesn't know about this sense of fair play (http://www.cnbc.com/id/101291247). Or maybe the US and China are not so different after all. Only thing is that the US is more hypocritical about it.
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Eric von Hippel's research shows that 77% of innovations stem from lead users. Most of us don't know this because companies never tell these stories. So I would like to share one from my work at +Medium: A short story of user innovation: https://medium.com/p/d1e80921d19e#!.
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Looking forward to the launch: Just signed up for +Tom Critchlow's Fiercely Curious gallery here: http://www.fiercelycurious.com/ and so should you.
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Yay! Yes please :) Thanks Thomas!
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Don't use costs to set your SaaS prices. Base it on the perceived value for the users.
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  • Dartmouth College
  • Copenhagen Business School
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One of the very best cafes in Brooklyn. The cafe is superbly decorated, has friendly staff and good food and drinks. The breakfast menu on weekdays is a bit limited though. When the weather is nice it is great to sit outside and people watch. Highly recommended
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