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[Discuss] BLU's SEO (Martin Owens)

Hello Martin/Everyone,

Wow!  I won something from the great and honorable Dr mo!  Yippie!  LOL!
 =P  I was also trying to clarify what I think was missed in my
communication.  Tom and I were never talking about doing anything other
than help the group grow membership by honest SEM practices.  Nothing
else.  If you disagree with SEO/SEM and or don't like it that is your
prerogative.  Denying it can be a legitimate form or Marketing is well
deluded and confused as I detailed in my statement below.  Many on this
list would rather grasp at their current "understanding" rather than
attempt to think scientifically and grow.  Being open to learning and
new ideas is a key sign of intelligence.  Either way I respect your
opinion and ask you do the same for me. 

Does Google consider SEO to be spam?

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Google Webmasters YT Channel

Martin, I also really enjoyed this post on your blog Great work!

With much respect,
Joseph Guarino
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> Message: 1
> Date: Sun, 20 Oct 2013 17:00:32 -0400
> From: Martin Owens <doctormo at>
> To: Joseph Guarino <jguarino at>
> Cc: discuss at
> Subject: Re: [Discuss] BLU's SEO (Richard Pieri)
> Message-ID: <1382302832.8547.7.camel at delen>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"
> On Sun, 2013-10-20 at 11:33 -0700, Joseph Guarino wrote:
> > Your definition is much like a climate
> > change detractors "understanding" of global warming or calling
> > freeware and free software the same thing. 
> You get a false comparison award:
> It is not good rhetoric to compare selective filtering based on
> political values in 'global warming' with innocent ignorances like
> 'freeware' and further to equate either of these with a very probable
> serious attempt at defining abusive vs non-abusive meta data control.
> The idea here is not to refute the definitions, but to resolve them
> further. It's clear that you are working on two different mental maps
> and resolving that dialectic would improve both of them.
> Martin

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