Happy Thanksgiving

For all those in the U.S. I want to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. For all those not in the U.S. I hope you all have a good Thursday and understand most of us here in the U.S. will be taking the day off to be with family, overeat a turkey dinner, and watch football all day.
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Blogging Ideas Guide

Earlier, Steve wrote where he’s getting blogging ideas from. I am guessing it is now my turn to share my opinion on this topic.
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Being Uniquely You To Enhance Interest And Build Links

Aaron Wall wrote an interesting post over the weekend, Embracing Your Quirkiness, about allowing your uniqueness to shine through and that doing so makes you more citation worthy. While I’m not sure you’d want to share every one of your quirks with the world, I do agree that embracing your quirks instead of hiding them is the right approach to gaining links, running a business and living your life. I think it can also greatly improve your writing.
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Temporary Link Bait Can Still Be Good Content

The other day I responded to some arguments I have recently come across criticizing link bait and in turn offered my view that link bait will ultimately improve the quality of content on the web. One of the arguments that I glossed over was how some think link bait creates more temporary content and by its temporary nature reduces quality instead of improving it. Not wanting to leave things undone I thought I would continue with the discussion and offer reasons why temporary content can be just as good as permanent content and also lead to improved quality.
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Click To Call Debuts In Google Maps

The Google Blog announced earlier this morning that Google Maps has added a new click to call feature for businesses who have signed up for a listing through Google Local Business Center. At first glance it’s both very easy to use and useful for both searches and businesses. But first glances can be deceiving sometimes.
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