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Bryan Gray
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See how to find a happy medium where you can address failures and challenges without letting them get you down, leaving you more motivated, productive and likely to succeed: http://entm.ag/TMDB8r

#motivation #psychology #inspiration
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Just in case anyone missed this when it initially came out.  How to Rank #1 in Google. #hardcoreseo  

How to Rank #1 on Google - By Matt Cutts
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What really happens when you extend a deadline? Research shows people often go right back to procrastinating. http://bit.ly/161bDpB
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These 10 sectors added the most freelance gigs between Q1 and Q2 2013 — and show no signs of slowing down: http://onforb.es/18McmPx
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Long time coming.  
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US Desktop Search Query Volume Increases 12% YoY

That makes six straight months of positive gains (YoY) with the last four being in the double digits. I don't think this is a product of more people adopting search (though that could be the case) but perhaps that people are searching more often.  

Data: http://www.comscore.com/Insights/Press_Releases/2013/7/comScore_Releases_June_2013_U.S._Search_Engine_Rankings

#search  
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Get Local: Announcing the 2013 Local Search Ranking Factors

This year the survey asked what the biggest "difference makers" were in competitive local search markets were. The top 5:

1  Quality/Authority of Structured Citations
2  Quality/Authority of Inbound Links to Domain
3  Quantity of Reviews by Authority Reviewers (e.g.Yelp Elite, Multiple Places Reviewers, etc)
4  Consistency of Structured Citations
5  Quantity of Citations from Industry-Relevant Domains

See the full survey results here: http://moz.com/local-search-ranking-factors
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How much would GDP rise if women were employed at the same rates as men? Click through to read more fact-cards like this one, for a glimpse into what work and leadership are like for women around the world: http://bit.ly/197hjqf
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