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Recent CommentsReflecting On What I Have Learned As An InHouse SEM, Time To Move On
Thanks Todd. :) learned more today about what I'll be covering and it IS cool stuff. :) can't wait to dig in and get moving on things, too.
...anReflecting On What I Have Learned As An InHouse SEM, Time To Move On
Excellent to hear this information resonates with folks out there. :)
...and thanks for the warm wishes gang. Very much appreciated. Pretty excitGoogle vs. Bing: The Fallacy Of The Superior Search Engine
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Adam, Adam, Adam... oh, Adam...
Thanks. You just made my morning. :)
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I think they might be overthinking things a bit here.
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I think this will have three effects:
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Google = filetype agnostic
Duane = typing agnostic
Apologizes to Shari for butchering her name above... :(5 Things Google’s Latest Patent Tells Me About Links
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Related article with a suggested list of interview questions for in-house SEO positions:
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:) Consider these myths honorarily appended to this excellent article! Use as desired in any future expansion efforts. :)
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