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Matthew Edward
Works at Springboard SEO
Attended Concordia University
Lives in Montreal
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SEO, web usability, content strategy, web standards
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  • Springboard SEO
    Owner, 2006 - present
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Visibility, usability, profitability.
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I'm a search visibility geek, Web usability enthusiast, Web accessibility advocate, Web standards evangelist, social media convert, aspiring rocket surgeon, and founder of Springboard SEO in Montreal.
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We're watching a documentary on him right now ☺
 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY NIKOLA TESLA! Thank you for everything you've done for us.

This Serbian inventor was born on July 10th, 1856 in Croatia. He came to the United States in 1884, and briefly worked with Thomas Edison before the two parted ways. He died in New York City on January 7, 1943.

Nikola Tesla symbolizes a unifying force and inspiration for all nations in the name of peace and science. He was a true visionary far ahead of his contemporaries in the field of scientific development.

More about this genius:
http://www.teslasociety.com/biography.htm

#nikolatesla #inventor #history  
  
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Hahahaha!
 
Hilarious stuff - How to Rank #1 on Google - By Matt Cutts: http://youtu.be/b7W0o65tTIQ
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+David Harry Why's your HOA MIA?
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took the week off man.... we'll be back next week
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Good post. You can't get the full picture with only one piece of the puzzle.
 
So you want to do a deep dive on a site using SEM Rush or SearchMetrics? Not so fast.

Any forensic SEO worth squat knows that you can't truly understand anything without access to ALL the relevant data. Don't be fooled.

http://seotrainingdojo.com/Blog/third-party-search-data-not-all-is-as-it-seems.html
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Not that too any of you don't know about the Panda 4.0 and Payday Loan updates, but take note that they're just another couple in our mega list of Google updates: http://www.springboardseo.com/resources/google-algorithm-updates/2014.html
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Since Panda 4.0 is said to be rolling out on the 20th, can't we safely assume the flux from the 17th was the Payday Loan update?
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So I've been a fan of +AJ Kohn and his Blind Five Year Old for a few years, but this was my first chance to 'see' just how much he gets it, in a relatively candid environment. This is exactly why I'm also a fan of HOAs; the chance to confirm that the people you follow are as bright as you pretty much already knew they were. Get on more HOAs, AJ!

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No. Nothing like that +Bill Bean and I was still fairly young when it came out. I had a number of Star Wars action figures though if that helps secure a time-frame.
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What an unbelievably beautiful animal. RIP! 
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How close was he to maturity when he passed? Did you guys know about his condition in advance, or was it a surprise? What a bittersweet experience, I can only dream of having a bond with a wild feline like that, truly jealous!
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 aw man.. that must of been the hardest to deal with
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Don't argue with Linus
 
A Linus Torvalds quote taken from the comments that nails it:
"The answer to that is that if you need more than 3 levels of indentation, you're screwed anyway, and should fix your program." http://redd.it/27yykv
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#SEO lulz...
 
Ok, this is hilarious... "Meta Title (60 to 70 Words) Meta Description (110 to 160 Words)" Man oh man oh man.
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Video question for the veg garden-savvy #gardening
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Consistently the worst wi-fi in the area. This place's only real redeeming quality is its 24 hr factor. If you need web pages to load, go to Press Cafe, El Mundo, or Chai.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
We were desperate for delivery at midnight, and ooof, worse than we thought it might be. The beef in the ginger beef (the few strips in it) seemed like some beef by product, and the soup tasted like onions, salt, and maybe drop or two of dish soap or something. The ridiculously overpriced spring rolls were tiny, soggy, and wrapped in so much saran wrap we could barely get at them. 20 min after eating the meal, and I actually feel ill. Terrible food.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Friendly service, and nice, big breakfasts.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I've heard about Segal's for years, and shopped there this week for the first time. Great prices on a good selection of typical goods you'd find in any Portuguese market. If you want to take your time to browse the aisles, don't go during peak shopping hours. Don't look for a 'Segals' sign outside, there's only a big, vertical, red 'Epicerie' sign, the second building south of Cinema L'Amour, on the East side of St-Laurent.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
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I had what must have been the worst retail experience ever with Layton Audio. I ordered a replacement wire for my Sennheiser headphones, as mine had worn wires near the jacks that fit into the phones. On the way home I noticed that the package had been opened, with the replacement damaged, so I can only assume I was given a returned pair by accident. As soon as I got home I called the store and was told to bring them back for a new pair. I was working night shifts on the other side of town at the time, so told them it might be a week or so before I could show up. The day I showed up, the guy that sold them to me told me it was *impossible* that he gave me the damaged pair. I tried to reason with him, but his condescending attitude and accusations persisted to the point where a yelling match ensued as he retreated to the back office. Who must have been the owner finally came out, and they refunded me, as they didn't have a replacement pair in stock. I left the store with suspicious eyes on me, and no apology. It was a demeaning and undeserved experience.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Delicious, authentic Indian food. Love it. Small menu, tiny place mostly for take-out, but that's its charm. Try the pickled mango from the little containers on the tables if you eat there, it's yum.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I hit up Ruby Rouge a few times a month. It's authentic Chinese food in huge servings for super cheap. The huge banquet hall-type space is frequented by mostly Chinese patrons, often in large groups. As a bonus, the waitresses are polite and know the menus very well. The owners at checkout (an elderly couple) are also very friendly.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago