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How to Make a Scalable SMS Chatbot Using Twilio, Python, and Google Sheets (with Free Code) 1920 1080 Robin Lord

How to Make a Scalable SMS Chatbot Using Twilio, Python, and Google Sheets (with Free Code)

Many of us are helping businesses that are facing hard times, or we’re facing hard times ourselves. If you’re working for a company (or client) that’s in trouble, the use of SMS chatbots could be…

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Daily SEO Fix: Investigate Changes in Your Rankings with Moz Pro 1920 1280 Ola King

Daily SEO Fix: Investigate Changes in Your Rankings with Moz Pro

As members of the Moz onboarding team — which gives one-on-one walkthroughs of Moz products to over 500 customers a month — we have our finger on the pulse of what people are asking for…

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What Do Dolphins Eat? Lessons from How Kids Search — Best of Whiteboard Friday 1920 1281 Will Critchlow

What Do Dolphins Eat? Lessons from How Kids Search — Best of Whiteboard Friday

We’re bringing back this slightly different-from-the-norm Whiteboard Friday, in which the fantastic Will Critchlow shares lessons from how kids search. Kids may search differently than adults, but there are some interesting insights from how they use Google…

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6 Connectors to Spice Up Your Reporting: Introducing Google Data Studio Connectors for STAT 1920 1280 Brian Ho

6 Connectors to Spice Up Your Reporting: Introducing Google Data Studio Connectors for STAT

Data visualization platforms have become a vital tool to help illustrate the success of a body of work. Painting a clear picture of your SEO efforts is as important as ever, whether you’re reporting out…

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The Real Short-Term and Long-Term Results of Content Marketing and Digital PR 1920 1376 Amanda Milligan

The Real Short-Term and Long-Term Results of Content Marketing and Digital PR

One of the best ways (and in my opinion, the best way) to earn top-quality links is to create your own studies, surveys, reports, etc., and pitch them to online publishers. This is what we…

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The Campaign Comeback: What to Do When Content Fails — Best of Whiteboard Friday 1920 1281 Shannon McGuirk

The Campaign Comeback: What to Do When Content Fails — Best of Whiteboard Friday

We’ve all been there: you plan, launch, and eagerly await the many returns on a content campaign, only to be disappointed when it falls flat. But all is not lost: there are clever ways to…

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Proximity Third: A Deeper Dive into a Local Ranking Factors Surprise 1920 1280 Miriam Ellis

Proximity Third: A Deeper Dive into a Local Ranking Factors Surprise

Image credit: J.B. Hill What’s the good of a survey if it doesn’t result in at least a few surprises? I know my own eyebrows leapt skyward when the data first came in from the…

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Blog Topics: How to find Your Sweet Spot (Even in a Boring Niche) 1920 1281 Daisy Quaker

Blog Topics: How to find Your Sweet Spot (Even in a Boring Niche)

I hate to tell you, but Googling “blog topic ideas” is not going to give you the content you should be creating. Not all content is created equal. Letting the internet tell you what to…

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Help Us Improve: The 2020 Moz Blog Reader Survey 1920 1281 Morgan McMurray

Help Us Improve: The 2020 Moz Blog Reader Survey

It’s been a few years since we last asked you to tell us what you love (and don’t love so much) about the Moz Blog, and since then our company, our industry, and our world…

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Bear Design content marketing
How to Make a Scalable SMS Chatbot Using Twilio, Python, and Google Sheets (with Free Code) 1920 1080 Robin Lord

How to Make a Scalable SMS Chatbot Using Twilio, Python, and Google Sheets (with Free Code)

Many of us are helping businesses that are facing hard times, or we’re facing hard times ourselves. If you’re working for a company (or client) that’s in trouble, the use of SMS chatbots could be…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Daily SEO Fix: Investigate Changes in Your Rankings with Moz Pro 1920 1276 Ola King

Daily SEO Fix: Investigate Changes in Your Rankings with Moz Pro

As members of the Moz onboarding team — which gives one-on-one walkthroughs of Moz products to over 500 customers a month — we have our finger on the pulse of what people are asking for…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
What Do Dolphins Eat? Lessons from How Kids Search — Best of Whiteboard Friday 1920 1080 Will Critchlow

What Do Dolphins Eat? Lessons from How Kids Search — Best of Whiteboard Friday

We’re bringing back this slightly different-from-the-norm Whiteboard Friday, in which the fantastic Will Critchlow shares lessons from how kids search. Kids may search differently than adults, but there are some interesting insights from how they use Google…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
6 Connectors to Spice Up Your Reporting: Introducing Google Data Studio Connectors for STAT 1920 1281 Brian Ho

6 Connectors to Spice Up Your Reporting: Introducing Google Data Studio Connectors for STAT

Data visualization platforms have become a vital tool to help illustrate the success of a body of work. Painting a clear picture of your SEO efforts is as important as ever, whether you’re reporting out…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
The Real Short-Term and Long-Term Results of Content Marketing and Digital PR 1920 1280 Amanda Milligan

The Real Short-Term and Long-Term Results of Content Marketing and Digital PR

One of the best ways (and in my opinion, the best way) to earn top-quality links is to create your own studies, surveys, reports, etc., and pitch them to online publishers. This is what we…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
The Campaign Comeback: What to Do When Content Fails — Best of Whiteboard Friday 1920 1281 Shannon McGuirk

The Campaign Comeback: What to Do When Content Fails — Best of Whiteboard Friday

We’ve all been there: you plan, launch, and eagerly await the many returns on a content campaign, only to be disappointed when it falls flat. But all is not lost: there are clever ways to…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Proximity Third: A Deeper Dive into a Local Ranking Factors Surprise 1920 1280 Miriam Ellis

Proximity Third: A Deeper Dive into a Local Ranking Factors Surprise

Image credit: J.B. Hill What’s the good of a survey if it doesn’t result in at least a few surprises? I know my own eyebrows leapt skyward when the data first came in from the…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Blog Topics: How to find Your Sweet Spot (Even in a Boring Niche) 1920 1280 Daisy Quaker

Blog Topics: How to find Your Sweet Spot (Even in a Boring Niche)

I hate to tell you, but Googling “blog topic ideas” is not going to give you the content you should be creating. Not all content is created equal. Letting the internet tell you what to…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Help Us Improve: The 2020 Moz Blog Reader Survey 1920 1080 Morgan McMurray

Help Us Improve: The 2020 Moz Blog Reader Survey

It’s been a few years since we last asked you to tell us what you love (and don’t love so much) about the Moz Blog, and since then our company, our industry, and our world…

read more

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Bear Design - WordPress Development

Bear Design provides website development and design, creating content uploaded websites and improving web page placements and web traffic. Bear Design websites are unique, easy to use and responsive. Site owners can easily edit the content, or can trust the Bear Design & Communications to keep them up to date and supply quality content regularly.


GET IN TOUCH
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WE ARE IN LONDON

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    Analytics and research of usersThese are used to understand, improve, and research users visiting //beardesign.me and their needs for our product offerings. For example, we may use cookies to understand what pages a user browses before submitting a sales request form. We do not share information about this analysis with any third parties.Selected third parties listed and defined as follows:
    • Google Analytics – Web traffic tracking – //www.google.com/policies/privacy/
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    • Doubleclick – Google advertising platform that analyzes browsing activity across website to establish user profile – //www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads/
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    • __cfduid 3rd party cookie – This cookie is strictly necessary for Cloudflare’s security features
    • __hssc Cookie for keeping track of sessions. This is used to determine if we should increment the session number and timestamps in the __hstc cookie. It contains: the domain, viewCount (increments each pageView in a session), session start timestamp. (Expires: 30 min)
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