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Jason Mun
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A passionate SEO, husband to a beautiful wife, father to a cutie-pie, downhill MTB junkie
A passionate SEO, husband to a beautiful wife, father to a cutie-pie, downhill MTB junkie

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Get your act together YouTube #freedanpetrovic  
It's been well over a month and I haven't heard from +YouTube yet. I'm curious to hear exactly what I did to deserve account termination and such an embarrassing notice on my channel page:
https://www.youtube.com/user/dejansvideos
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Looks like I am a "foamy" coffee snob
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Enroute to #smxsydney. What do I see? A bunch of gymnast doing handstands.
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Another one bites the dust
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Hello people!!!!!!

Who's going to SMX?

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How to Get SEO ROI From Content Marketing

I just did a presentation at SEM San Diego where I talked about measuring SEO ROI from content marketing, how to get better ROI, and also some common mistakes I see many businesses make as it comes to utilizing content marketing in an effort to improve their SEO traffic. 

You can see the slides from the event here: http://www.slideshare.net/RossHudgens/how-to-get-seo-roi-from-your-content-marketing
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This is a very interesting presentation by +Ammon Johns. Got me thinking.
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Hi SEO peeps,

This is a question related to the implementation of structured data (schema.org) specifically. For a typical e-commerce website, implementing structured data on product pages is fairly straightforward. You use the following:

- schema.org/Product (for the name, description, image, brand, etc)
- schema.org/Offer (for price, currency, availability)
- schema.org/AggregateRating (for star ratings)
- schema.org/Review (for individual product reviews)

What happens when you have a configurable product where different sizes result in different price points (as drop-downs)? Let's assume that creating separate product pages for each size is not an option. For example, say Protein Shake ABC comes in different tub sizes:

100ml - $20
300ml - $35
1.5kg - $85

How would you then markup the price and availability? Would  schema.org/AggregateOffer be appropriate? Or will schema.org/QuantitativeValue be a better option?

Has anyone experienced this before, that can weigh in on this? Or have come across examples that you can share?

Maybe +John Mueller or +Maile Ohye can help with this one.

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Monday nights can only mean one thing. Game of Thrones S04E03!!! Sketch is from a talented dude on Deviantart
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Glorious day in Melbourne today. Just perfect!
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