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    105 but it's a Dry Heat in Cave Creek Arizona!

    Whew, it is the hot days of summer here in Arizona, but a cool breeze hit me when I received the Scoop that Linda and David were starting this forum!

    I have been an SEO Specialist and Small Business Internet Marketing Consultant since 1995.

    Yup, before Google.

    In fact, I remember back in 1998 I was attending a Search Engine Strategies convention in San Francisco and stopped at a booth manned by some young kid handing out bags and mugs that said Google.

    After hearing his pitch about how Google is different, I thanked him, wished him luck, and asked his name. He replied Sergey Brin. If I knew then what I know now! (I still have the mug and bag)

    Over 14 years and thousands of websites later, I have learned one thing... The day you stop learning is the day you stop earning!

    What do I love to do? For over 16 years I have been blessed to be able to do something I truly love and help businesses market online.

    Let's all have fun here, share knowledge, and use what we learn to help others!

    Thanks again for this opportunity to learn and share, Linda!!!
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    Re: 105 but it's a Dry Heat in Cave Creek Arizona!

    Hey Jeffrey,

    Sure glad you came out of the cave long enough to read my Scoop and follow the trail here.

    Thanks for the great intro and really looking forward to your insights and feedback!
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    Re: 105 but it's a Dry Heat in Cave Creek Arizona!

    Welcome, Jeffrey. What a great story!

    I'm old enough to remember search before Google too. Scary but true.

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    Re: 105 but it's a Dry Heat in Cave Creek Arizona!

    LOL, was just talking with a pilot friend of mine yesterday who is heading to Phoenix.

    I was saying how it might be 120 but it's dry and not humid, as we have here in New England...but his comment was, yes but 120 is 120 - dry or not!

    Welcome and stay cool!
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    Re: 105 but it's a Dry Heat in Cave Creek Arizona!

    Yeah Don, People ask me about the dry heat all the time. I am originally from Northern NJ (mountains). Been in Phoenix for 21 years now.

    Here is the best way to help all of you non desert dwellers understand what a dry heat is.

    Turn on your oven and stick your head in there, that is a dry heat!!

    I will say this, humidity sucks and if it was humid here on top of the high heat, no one would live here. We just stay in the pool, head to San Diego and wait for October!
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