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This is my prediction: Authorship will be HUGE in 2013!
Gee Jacob you sure put a lot of thought into that!
Massive thanks to all those people who were involved in this post!
more massive thanks for having us on the show, dude. did a good job with layout..
Shelli did all the pretty bits :)
Great job putting this together Gaz! I really appreciate you asking me to be involved :-)
My prediction: SEO will die (again). And then be proven to be not dead (again).
Undead SEO in 2013 FTW!
Haha SEO will never die !!! Unless google Dies !!
Seems authorship is a common trait amongst many of the contributors. Some great contributions in there, very intresting article!
In 2013 SEO life will go on much as it has this past Age, full of its own comings and goings, scarcely aware of the existence of the outside world, for which I am very thankful.
Personally I would love to see some moves towards regulation of the industry, but I say that more in hope than expectation.
Great article to read before the end of the year. Love all the various perspectives!
Enough of these types of posts please! They're too long and don't give any robust insight. I hate myself for reading them. But the end result is wasted time, there is nothing actionable and majority of readers will just be left more confused than ever. Pure linkbait.
Who are you? I have never heard of you. You have never even contributed anything here and start bashing people who do all the time. Parasitical types like you help nobody. I hate myself for reading your comment which is indeed a waste of time. In case you don't like it here go away and do not poison the community with your negativity.
Sorry you didn't like it Julian, I actually found it really, really interesting
Julian you say "linkbait" like it's a dirty word?
Perhaps offering an insightful comment rather than trolling a community might actually mean people would be more interested in what you say...
Does every single post have to be actionable or is it sometimes worthwhile reading other's thought processes & strategic direction for the year ahead.
I'd have loved to hear your thoughts on SEO in 2013 but unfortunately I am too busy pulling my toe nails out & smashing my front teeth in with a hammer to read them now
I just updated the article with a late entry from Bill Slawski :)