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Dr. Pete Meyers
Marketing Scientist at Moz (). Mad Hatter of MozCast (). The slow inhale is my jam.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 22m
Replying to @jennyjaffe
The dress is white and gold, right?
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Dr. Pete Meyers 34m
Spent an hour holding blocks of wood while a dozen 8-yo girls wielded power tools, so there's my excitement for the week.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 37m
Replying to @Karoli
Either you need a trip to Goodwill or an exorcist.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 45m
Larry snaps his fingers and half of organic results are gone.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 5h
Replying to @brooklynmarie
The Lizard People, maybe.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 5h
Replying to @GregGifford
They SEO'ed their site and now it's clearly all done.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 5h
Replying to @prodgers
I suspect the answer involved 128oz. sodas.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 5h
Replying to @prodgers
Yes, especially if every content team is using the same tool for trends.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 5h
At some point, just put "..." and see if anyone notices?
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Dr. Pete Meyers 7h
Replying to @johnwilander @Moz
It's not the best image for the tweet, granted (in isolation).
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Dr. Pete Meyers 7h
Replying to @johnwilander @Moz
Sorry, but I think there's a time and a place for it. In the post, the magnified Y-axis is specifically to show the trend and compare across three data sets. The magnification is specifically called out.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 7h
Replying to @johnwilander @Moz
Both are provided in the post, with explanation.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 9h
Replying to @bloggermonk
Shows the dangers of people all using the same narrow tool set.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 9h
Replying to @bill_slawski @joehall
It's almost harder with inverted pyramid, IMO, because I still feel like I have to write a wrap-up or closing, and I already basically used my conclusion :)
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Dr. Pete Meyers 9h
I was thinking specifically in terms of things like connecting "pee break" to "go to the bathroom" and such -- Google is deploying a lot of processing power.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 11h
Yeah, honestly, I don't think any of our content tools (not "our" as Moz, but industry-wide) are that sophisticated yet.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 11h
Replying to @steveplunkett
Probably wise.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 11h
Apparently, he didn't bother to show up to court today.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 11h
Yeah, as a Chicagoan, I'm far too well aware.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 11h
Replying to @siteraiser
Not that I want to aid Trump in any way, but "Creepy Joe" or "Sloppy Joe" would be much better insults. Naturally, no articles explain it -- they all just quote his tweet as if they know exactly what it means (which is a big part of the problem, IMO).
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