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Richard Naimy
Works at Move Inc.
Attended University of Phoenix
Lives in West Hills
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Best pancakes in Big Bear! Glad to be in vacation!
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Have a friend's kid that is looking for a Social Media gig in SF? He is fresh out of college and is ready to jump in! He has a couple of years of experience in community relations & copy writing.

Ping me if you are hiring and I will send over his resume! He is a good kid!
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To all my SEO peeps... According to Google, today (7/15) is the last day to export your Google Reader data before they delete it.

Here is a link to instructions on how to download your data via Google Take Out. http://www.google.com/reader/about/
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http://searchengineland.com/eric-enge-interviews-googles-matt-cutts-on-the-problem-with-link-building-today-166418?utm_source=pluspost&utm_medium=plus&utm_campaign=stream

Key Takeaways
* Link Building Is Not Bad: Just don’t try to get the link first, have compelling content people want to link to instead.
* Press Releases Links: They still “probably not count” but your goal should not be the link but the exposure the press release gives you to editors who may read them and cover your story.
* Content Syndication: If your content is being syndicated on other sites, give Google signals to know you are the original source. Make sure you publish well before others, possibly use rel=canonical, link to main source of content, and maybe use authorship.
* Problem With Guest Posts: A large number of people are doing it the wrong way, guest posts have become more like article directories or article banks these days.
* Links: Links are still “the best way” to rank content.
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Dr Pete with another great post on local results: http://moz.com/blog/how-does-google-count-local-results

The geek in me enjoyed the info on hacking the start= parameter
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Was reading the article below today on iOS7 and I keyed in on this, "Apple's redesign of Safari will only strengthen the case for choosing the Web as your go-to distribution strategy, especially if you are a content marketer." This further helps push organizations to be Mobile optimized I hope!

Anyhow, I thought the community might enjoy the article, I know I did.

http://www.marketingprofs.com/articles/2013/11126/7-things-marketers-should-know-about-ios7
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Director of SEO
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  • Move Inc.
    Director of SEO, 2007 - present
  • Apollo Interactive
    SEO Manager, 2006 - 2007
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Search Engine Marketing Veteran with over 14 years experience specializing in organic search engine optimization and strategic search initiatives for enterprise size sites
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I recently started training here at Team Karate Centers and it has been a wonderful experience. The teachers and classes are top notch and the students are all so friendly and helpful. It already feels like I am part of the family! I love the idea of "Hapkido blend" where they incorporate a combination of techniques and principles from a variety of Martial Arts styles, including Hapkido, Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Tae Kwon Do, Kali, Kobudo, Wing Chun and weapons, all of which provide me with a well-balanced, "streetsmart" self-defense style. I am also a big fan of their approach to strengthen the body by mixing in various exercises programs like cross-fit. To date I have lost 10 pounds in the last 6 weeks and I feel great! I recommend TKC to anyone thinking about joining a martial arts studio for self defense training or simply wants to get in shape!
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