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February 14, 2008

Talking GQ on Wall Street Journal's Blog

I don't know how I forgot to mention this, but after speaking at the Small Business Summit I had a fun conversation with Shelly Banjo of the Wall Street Journal. I had mentioned the importance to small business people of knowing what their Google Quotient (GQ) is in order to pass the Google Test when people search for information on you or your company. So Shelly and I spent some time going over some of the quickest ways to begin showing up, which she covered on her WSJ blog entry:

http://blogs.wsj.com/independentstreet/2008/02/14/whats-your-google-quotient/

This goes along pretty nicely with an interview I did for the Aileen on the Go internet television show on BroadcastAtlanta.com last summer:

Always check BroadcastAtlanta.com for the latest in Atlanta Video news.

Thanks Shelly for including me in your blog!

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