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Coaching and Corporate Training Part1

by Jonathan Goodman on July 17, 2014

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Hi everyone. This is Jonathan Goodman. Welcome to another episode of The World of Internet Marketing. It’s great to have you with us. Today we’ve got a really special event for you. I had the opportunity to train the staff at Adam Leitman Bailey law firm. He is a large real estate law firm here in New York City and he needed his staff trained because they’re in the process of redoing their content and optimization for their website. So this is something that actually I do for several companies and Adam was nice enough to let us videotape it and put it up on the Web. It does actually run for 90 minutes, which is significantly longer than one of my podcasts. So what we’ve done is split it into two episodes. This is going to be the first 45 minutes and then you’ll see the following one in about a week. I hope you enjoy it. It’s about SEO and content optimization, content creation. It’s very informative. The sound is pretty good and I think you’ll like it.

If you could, do me one other favor. I have noticed that I’ve kind of stagnated in terms of the subscribers on this YouTube Channel. It is really critical for us to have the momentum to continue doing these. Obviously, the podcast is doing well. We’ve up on Blog TalkRadio. That’s really doing well. But it would be nice to see the visual subscribers being up here. So if you are listening to me on Blog TalkRadio or Spreaker or iHeart radio, you can find us on YouTube @ HalyardConsulting. The button should be right here to subscribe. You should be able to put that in for you. And it does mean a lot. It does help us in the rankings and, of course, the momentum and the enthusiasm that we all have for wanting to build this out. So thanks so much and really enjoy the show.

Training at Adam Leitman Bailey offices

I’ll give the presentation slowly and please feel free when you’re not eating to ask me any questions as we’re going through this. I’m going to talk about who I am, why I’m here, what is SEO. Search Engine Optimization. We’re going to talk about keywords and titles and descriptions. Because my understanding in talking to Annabelle and Nicole is that that’s the major part of the root of this content. So we really need to understand why we’re doing this, how to do it best and then go from there. Then Webmaster Tools, is anybody on the team working in the Webmaster Tools side? I kind of got an email that…. Read the full article →

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This is an interview with Garrett Serack, a software developer who works in the open-source technology center at Microsoft. Garrett’s job at Microsoft is to help open-source technologies run better on Windows.

Garrett offered some advice for open-source developers trying to port their tech to Windows. He also discussed what he sees as the biggest challenges in getting open-source to run better on Windows (i.e. managing dependencies). Finally, he shared his experience with how the open-source community has warmed up to Microsoft’s efforts to embrace open-source.

We caught up with Garrett at Make Web Not War 2010. Read the full article →

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