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- Lo correcto hubiera sido 1-1 entre Sevilla y Valencia.,
- Pobre Valencia... Domina y luego pierde por un gol que todo el mundo ha visto menos los tres árbitros.,
- Try to search "€" in Google. It won't offer you any SERP at all! (H/t @kicoes) cc: @mattcutts,
- Nice RT @dan_shure: This is new in the Keyword Planner. Search trends in a big graph with segmenting options http://t.co/RQsZPC7k1p,
- Tadà RT @rustybrick: Google Knowledge Graph Showing Full Local Reviews http://t.co/9sY7QQBgQi,
Google, SEO, Guest Blogging, Link Building, Social Media, Content Marketing… discover what Google Suggest tells us about what people think about our industry.
I am an SEO, I am not some illiterate pseudo marketer who talks about SEO, usually for declaring its death. I am an SEO but I can’t stand many things many SEOs usually do and think.
Ok, ok… this post is not really about Nostradamus, and – eventually – neither about Matt Cutts, but – do you see? – you saw that title shared somewhere and you clicked. The title did its job.