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Competitive Webmastering Blog

Thus begins a blog about competing on the web. Innovating, researching, analyzing, and most importantly ACTING to achieve specific goals using the Internet as a playground, webtools as instruments, and language as navigation. It’s the world’s greatest word game. You can play like you play charades (acting out), or scrabble (careful crafting), or monopoly (cunning trading) but no matter how you choose to play, you will find yourself competing with everyone else. Ultimate Fighting has nothing over SEO and competitive webmastering.

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