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Paul Gailey Alburquerque

Glassware marketing for brands at Droiders in Spain & UK mostly (Karma: 5,308)

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I won a gold medal in a glass blowing video contest.

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sometimes blog.paulgailey.com sometimes elsewhere

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  1. Paul Gailey Alburquerque added a comment on The 45-Day Planning Process That Goes Into Creating A Single Corporate Tweet
    I think the 45 day thing is a stunt.
  2. Paul Gailey Alburquerque added an article How to use Google Tag Manager creatively: Ads, Promotions, and Visitor Messaging
  3. Paul Gailey Alburquerque added a comment on Free Shirt Friday- TechWyse @TechWyse - ShoeMoney
    I will assume interesting share is your diplomatic kind nature Patrick. Let's face it, this submission and voting is against core guidelines of Inbound. It stinks to be honest.
  4. Paul Gailey Alburquerque added a comment on Calm Down. Facebook Is Not Screwing You.
    I calculated the 0reach of the average organic tweet mention from a 100k followed tech twitter publisher account. Based on bitly stats it was  0.032% 
  5. Paul Gailey Alburquerque added a comment on Why Econsultancy has implemented nofollow for guest blogging
    Dupe submission 
  6. Paul Gailey Alburquerque added a comment on Why Econsultancy has implemented nofollow for guest blogging
    Like when people panic buy petrol when there are queues at garages I somewhat think this is an over reaction. Here's a thought : all that new nofollow action in their signature container is going to b…
  7. Paul Gailey Alburquerque added a discussion Why are big publishers still petrified of linking?
  8. Paul Gailey Alburquerque added a comment on Why are big publishers still petrified of linking?
    Last week at SMX, the ever affable Matt Cutts was asked which sites are "doing it right", and  - as Rae Hoffman well documented http://sugarrae.com/online-marketing/seo/meet-search-engines-smx-west-20…
  9. Paul Gailey Alburquerque added a comment on URLy - an adroit URL shortener that reaches the parts others can't
    And before you ask, no I could not find the developer's website to give the link love to. It's offline as is he's old wordpress.com powered one....but this deft URL service is a total joy.Here's the r…
  10. Paul Gailey Alburquerque added an article URLy - an adroit URL shortener that reaches the parts others can't