What could be Trending for SEO in 2017

SEO is a fast moving river that is always adapting and changing as we do. As we see the bookend of 2016 approaching like a freight train 2017 will come in just as fast. So what do the tea leaves say to those steeped in the black art of SEO. When we look into our Crystal ball at the digital squad we find these some of the trends that will be crashing against the shore.

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Learning the Art of the Rep

In today’s world you have to expect that before you ever get that call for a job interview the HR manager has already googled you, looked you up on Facebook and or have reviewed your Linkedin profile. According to the search engine journal in February 2012 80% of companies use social media for recruiting.

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No Roof in Auckland

So it’s coming into summer here in New Zealand pretty soon and instead of having a bed I am sitting here writing this from a Burger King in downtown Auckland, A city I have learned to dislike a ton. Auckland Council has Bylaw no. 20, for Public Places 2008 which prohibits rough sleeping in public …

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Doing what you love is about suffering

I’m reading two books The Fighter’s Mind by Sam Sheridan and The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck by Mark Manson. What came across was about passion for what you do. Sam eloquently says that what separates good fighters from the best is their dedication to their craft not only train but live so steeped …

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Hope Against being Drowned by the Noise

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Each day we can evolve and a birthday is a reminder of how we came to be but our experiences and choices will be what defines who we are and how we are remembered by those we care for. So today don’t look back, don’t look ahead live for this moment.

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Thanks for the read and the Inspiration Sam Sheridan

I was reading Sam Sheridan’s book “A Fighter’s Heart” and from the very first chapter I was then hooked. I didn’t read it straight through but I was so captivated by it as both a writer and someone who has fought. I don’t think I would ever call myself a fighter the way those that …

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Visiting Tauranga – Looks like a great place in the Summer

Here I am sitting in a friend’s place writing while just at the start of living in New Zealand for the next few months to the next 2 years.

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Bali A Land of Spirits, Waves and the Arts

There is a romance to the island of Bali, it’s unique in Indonesia as it retains it’s Hindu religious roots while islam spread across the archipelago. No matter how much tourism has changed the island her people remain as opening as they ever were. It is an island of Gods, volcanoes and water where you …

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Figuring out Auckland and getting it all Sorted

I arrived in New Zealand from Kuala Lumpur and it felt in some ways like going back to Toronto with their Sky Tower looming over the city below. I knew it would be an expensive place to try to live and it was even more expensive than I thought coming from Asia where I was …

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The unheard voice and a promise

I often find it easy to write online because nobody cares, no one will read what I have to write besides a handful of people that will click on the links that I post. With that there is no expectation or chance that I will matter.

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