Link Building Techniques: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Link Building Techniques: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Learn which link building techniques will propel you to the top of search results, which will waste your time, and which might hurt your website.

Twitter The Good The Bad And The Ugly

Twitter The Good The Bad And The Ugly

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In the video I explore in a different way with the good, the bad and the ugly.

Now I will say fro the start overall I find twitter to be fantastic in staying up to date with news and information, find and connecting to others and helping to promtte my business and brand.

But, as with all tools how someone uses it I suppose determines its value and usefulness for all of us

And Twitter does have its fare share of critics so I do also explore some of the bad and even ugly aspects of Twitter

Let me know how you find twitter and what you like and don’t like about it in the comments section below

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Powerlifting For Hockey: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

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Should a hockey player barbell squat, bench press, and deadlift?

The three powerlifts are staples in many strength training programs.

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Who should use squats, bench presses and deadlifts in their workout… and who shouldn’t.

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4:06 Athlete First, Lifter Second
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Learning Lounge Podcast Ep. 08: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Learner Engagement Tales and Tips

We talk a lot about learner engagement in instructional design, especially for online learning experiences, but what do we really mean by that? With the fast pace of innovation, it seems like there are new learning tech tools available every day, but we know that simply throwing technology at students doesn’t equal engagement. Today we’ll be talking with Cara North about how to sift through all these available strategies and tools to best engage our learners.

Cara North is an award-winning Senior Learning Experience Designer at The Ohio State University. As part of her role, she creates online courses and facilitates workshops for the College of Education and Human Ecology. She serves as President of Central Ohio ATD and is also a Ph.D. student in Learning Technologies at The Ohio State University. Cara was previously an instructional designer at Amazon where she created learning materials for Amazon Kindle. A self-proclaimed professional development and social media junkie, you can often find her on Twitter (@caranorth11) or hosting her show about Learning Technologies on The Training Learning and Development Cast (

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Office Design | Amanda LeClair | TEDxNatick

Office space can be designed for productivity, communication, and inspiration. Or not. Amanda showcases the good, the bad, the ugly, and the humorous in modern office designs and décor, and suggests ways to improve your own work space. Amanda LeClair is a Research Analyst at Forrester Research where she focuses on how our jobs and our everyday working environment are changing and how this will change our future workplaces. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at