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Alan Bleiweiss
Forensic SEO Consultant, Business/Life Coach living life at the Lake.
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Alan Bleiweiss 3h
I was confused by it as well before the additional responses.
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Alan Bleiweiss 4h
This is why I no longer own a duvet. Or maybe it's because there are many reasons I don't have kids, and a consequence of THAT is not being able to put them to work in the house.
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Alan Bleiweiss 4h
Replying to @davidiwanow @KAYAK
ah yeah the spam scenario. Good question!
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Alan Bleiweiss 4h
Replying to @davidiwanow @KAYAK
Like making up page Title and Meta Descriptions when the algorithm "thinks" yours are not accurate to a search query? I don't see FAQ as being in that realm, yet who knows what Google's twisted developer minds might do?
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Alan Bleiweiss 4h
Replying to @AdamSinger @FetchFund
How about outlawing breeding and sales of animals. I believe govs far exceed reasonable legislation of social behavior, yet this is one example of a vital exception.
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Alan Bleiweiss 4h
Replying to @davidiwanow @KAYAK
FAQ Schema. I've got clients using it with improved clicks from more qualified potential customers after deploying it. Can't assume that will always be the case, yet so far so good.
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Alan Bleiweiss 19h
Interesting. I went to one post this week. I rarely go. I was asked to log in with Google or Facebook. Nope. Give me guest access. Do that many people read content there on a frequent basis?
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Alan Bleiweiss 19h
Replying to @iPullRank @Medium
Do the writers get paid by Medium? If not, it’s an even worse idea.
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Alan Bleiweiss 19h
Replying to @iPullRank @Medium
It has to be a joke. No way it is sustainable or scalable. It isn’t a guaranteed “world class unique content” model. Most world class news sites don’t even deserve paid subscriptions.
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Alan Bleiweiss 23h
Before I became a recovering addict, I traveled to other dimensions. Conversely I have not been to other planets. And in the twilight zone, people always get in trouble they can't undo. In Star Trek, most survive the ordeal.
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Google Webmasters Sep 18
Replying to @googlewmc
After receiving your feedback, we updated the blog post with some clarifications and answers to frequently asked questions:
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Alan Bleiweiss Sep 18
Replying to @AlanBleiweiss
So many of the best and some of the most difficult moments of my life over the decades have been listening to Motown, "hillbilly", country, rock, jazz, and yes, even pop from time to time.
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Alan Bleiweiss Sep 18
After watching the latest episode of Country Music on PBS last night, I watched "Hitsville - the Making of Motown" on Showtime. An equally important account of some of the greatest music America has generated. The diversity & depth of talent humanity offers is amazing.
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Alan Bleiweiss Sep 18
Gyi don't do it!
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Alan Bleiweiss Sep 18
Replying to @serpstat
When I am awake so "early" it's usually from no sleep the night before
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Alan Bleiweiss Sep 18
Replying to @serpstat
LOL I am rarely awake before 10:30AM my time (Pacific) so this was a lucky timing thing
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Alan Bleiweiss Sep 18
This hour has flown by. Thanks to for a great & all who participated. Lots of great knowledge shared! Smart people!
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Alan Bleiweiss Sep 18
And THAT is also why I rarely ask for "documentation". I care about what exists now. What the signals are now. Unless a client has docs on a change directly before a major drop, there's likely layers of flaws accumulated over years. Docs just get in my way.
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Alan Bleiweiss Sep 18
LOL good luck on valid documentation when it was previous "experts" who caused the mess.
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Alan Bleiweiss Sep 18
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