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MAY 26, 2012 Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #101
93Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "I'm absolutely loving Jonathan Haidt 's The Righteous Mind , and in an election year, its implications for who wins votes cannot be overstated. So it was great to see this article on how we're largely pre-wired to vote Red or Blue, Right or Left, Conservative or Liberal. " (Alistair for Hugh). Getting Plowed - Maisonneuve. "Montreal's snowplow industry is a dirty, dirty business. " (Alistair for Mitch). " (Hugh for Alistair). " (Hugh for Mitch).
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MAY 26, 2012 5 Surefire Ways to Never Get Noticed by Anybody
This guest post is by Steve of thecodeofextraordinarychange.com. I’m a quiet man. Shy in some circumstances. I like my own company and my own time. Left unchecked, these qualities would be enough to ensure that I lived out the rest of my life as a small man in a tiresome job, never making a difference and never getting noticed by anybody. But I can’t imagine a worse hell than that. Really, I can’t. You need to leave a trace; you need to affect the world; you need to be in the light. Here’s how people spend their lives in the shadows without ever being noticed. 1.
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MAY 26, 2012 Buying Your Way To The Top Of Search Rankings – Ethically
Can you buy your way to the top of the search rankings? In the past you could. You could buy links, pay for directory listings, and even pay to have people promote you through social media. These tactics are frowned upon by search engines and most ethical business owners. That doesn’t mean you can’t ‘buy’ your way to the top, or at least, pay to significantly improve your search rankings. And It’s all ethical. Consider these pay options. Coupons – yes, the humble old coupon. The catch? The end result is still the same.