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Randy is author of 2 books: Findability: Why Search Engine Optimization is Dying + 21 New Rules of Content Marketing, and Building a Better Business Website. He is the Prinicipal of Kayak Online Marketing, a leading Canadian inbound marketing firm.
Of course, the real reason"we don't recommend newsletters" replace a blog is because they are best suited as a retention tool than a lead generation tool or web presence builder.
I'd like to challege readers and SMT staff to add your own funny predicitons....
It appears Google has decided to roll out Penguin continuously now. That's actually good news, as sites disavowing bad links will see benefits sooner. Previously severla months went by between updates, leaving the sites uncertain is the disavows were being accepted.
That said, you should not have bad links anyway.
See Barry Schwartz's article for more on this update: http://searchengineland.com/google-says-penguin-shift-continuous-updates-210580
HI Brett. Do you see Facebook as having lead the way for social tools such as Twitter and Pinterest and others to embrace the "insert advertisement into your stream" approach to revenue generation at the cost of user experience?
From the agency side, one of the largest challenges I see is finding the inspiration sources for content that's real.
Definately not the only one Terry!