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Caleb Ross
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Social Media Annoyance and Senior Product Manager of Interactive Media
Social Media Annoyance and Senior Product Manager of Interactive Media

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Caleb Ross commented on a post on Blogger.
Google did this a few years ago but received a lot of backlash from 3rd party websites which claimed that Google was stealing their content. I wonder how this new approach gets around that. Perhaps because of the more obvious link to the 3rd party site (I don't recall if Google provided a link back to the 3rd party websites those years ago).

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Some surprising numbers from @WeAreGoLocal and @LocalSearchAssn about common missing business information. http://www.lsainsider.com/enhanced-content-the-local-search-data-gap/

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Proof that I now know how to fundamentally apply mobiles.
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I don't want to sound like too much of a nerd, but I really like the updated gmail app look.

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Another certification down. Another reminder of what college exams were like.
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Could this be the end of organic local listings? I hope not. But the recent activity on the local front (location extensions via My Business accounts, the huge push toward Google Shopping results) indicates the monetization of local listing results.

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"That shift from print to online usage came about much more rapidly and dramatically than I ever anticipated when I first started in the industry."

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"Google Alerts is a really powerful tool to help you stay up to date on what is the most popular and visible, particularly about you or your business."

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"...we plan to develop our action plans around those factors that were reported as most important to our clients, and how we can continue delivering for them again and again."

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"Because search engines rely on crawlable data to deliver search results, a loss in crawlable data does mean a potential loss in search relevancy, albeit likely only for searches with specific intent regarding personal data. This idea of intent is the core of any possible SEO effects."
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