Twitter | Search | |
This is the legacy version of twitter.com. We will be shutting it down on 15 December 2020. Please switch to a supported browser or device. You can see a list of supported browsers in our Help Center.
Jeremy Rivera
SEO, father and all around Nerd. Freelance SEO consultant and new director of SEO and Content marketing for Raven Tools and TapClicks!
11,572
Tweets
2,401
Following
4,937
Followers
Tweets
Jeremy Rivera 3h
Replying to @ericnakagawa
1. No commute (and possibly no more parking fees depending on city) 2. More time flexibility* 3. No more cubicles! 4. Decreased food costs (less eating out) 5. Less office gossip & coworker drama *Of course I know the downsides, but these are the main core benefits
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera 4h
Replying to @ericnakagawa
Improved profitability was always the argument that proponents of work from home used as leverage. Sooooo What's the problem? We have all the benefits on both sides from increased wfh usage...
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera 7h
S E M SEARCH ENGINE MARKETING S E O SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION Do you provide Seeeoh services? NAY. Tis S E O. Apply the same rules to similar words yo
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera 8h
It's absolutely regular editorial decisions. The opening screed of "they" = Democratic party is a hilariously weak attempt to make a connection between a reasonable discussion by a news room about how to direct their coverage.
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera 10h
Replying to @girlsreallyrule
Lest the world forget, it's Trump & Kushner & Guiliani; Rudy's "payroll company" which has No Reported Employees, took over 200k in PPP loans.
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Dec 1
Replying to @estherproject
Thissssßsssssßsssßßßßß
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Dec 1
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 30
Replying to @ScottMonty
Yes. The answer is yes, but also they didn't actually beleive any of their affidavits would be accepted, since they never ACTUALLY asserted fraud in court when pressed. "This is not a fraud case" Rudy Guiliani 100% added for alt-right news echo chambers
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 30
Replying to @Rasmussen_Poll
The WAY this poll is being used is the abuse though! It should be pointing out that our Government officials are not doing enough to reassure voters of our systems security, like Chris Krebs did. Instead it is trying to tie validity to these claims to the # of respondents.
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 29
Political drama writer: "and then his $3 million recount will ADD 87 votes to his opponent" Editor: "Okay, now you're really just making this over the top, no reader is going to beleive this." Writer: "and then he blames the FBI & DOJ! EDITOR: *WALKS OUT
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 29
Replying to @RiaLolwut
Imagine how many actors, foreign and domestic that have now stopped bidding...
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 28
Keep your head up Trump's ass, it's a look that's totally working for you. There's a big day nothing burger on the electronic fraud front, no matter how many people you insult on Twitter.
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 28
Literally zero state level agencies responsible for election security reported any breach or issues with their elections. CISA, NSA, FBI any alphabet soup at federal level you like and NONE of them have flagged elections being compromised. Zero. Zilch. Bupkis. Nada.
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 28
Okay Mr trust this paper from 10 years ago from the government on election security that points out how election fraud MIGHT be attempted but don't trust the government today when CISA certifies that there was absolutely zero tampering with any elections in any state.
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 28
Replying to @McKaylaRoseJ
9. "Statistical impossibilities" = voters didn't vote the same way as 2016. We had THOUSANDS of polls done, and only a HANDFUL came close to the end result, but you want to retroactively bring in a staticician to claim Biden couldn't have gotten the votes he got. BS
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 28
Replying to @McKaylaRoseJ
6. 200+ useless first hand accounts of things that either are vaguely suspicious, accounts of being called a "bigot" after abusing rules. Quality is NOT quantity. Almost all of these affidavits have been disregarded and dismissed by judges. Aka Sound and Fury signifying NOTHING.
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 28
Replying to @McKaylaRoseJ
5. Republican pollwatchers were given LESS THAN 1 HOUR of training, meaning they had NO IDEA of what they SHOULD have seen, should have done and what was not allowed and pushed boundaries and rules abusively across the nation
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 28
Replying to @McKaylaRoseJ
1. No, the dead didn't vote and Tucker Carlson had to give a retraction 2. Military families exercised their constitutional rights! 3. No firsthand testimony to validate hearsay about changing dates 4. "Overvotes" came from R "experts" mismatching MI and MN counties!
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 28
How about that $3 million he pre-paid for the recount that gained bIden 132 additional votes
Reply Retweet Like
Jeremy Rivera Nov 27
FYI That 1 should really have an asterisk by it 1* While they were able to have rules adjusted on Election day related to the distance observers had to observe, the Supreme Court of PA actually overturned that ruling saying that the counties did indeed have the right to set it.
Reply Retweet Like