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If Google was a guy – the series

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Ok, because we all need a laugh.. right?

I was updating the SEO Dojo YouTube account today and realized I hadn't put the most recent “If Google was a guy” videos from CollegeHumor, into the “Humour” playlist we have...

After watching them all again.. I decided it wouldn't hurt to share here, for those that haven't seen them. They're a blast and should keep any self respecting search geek in stitches, for at least an hour or so... it did for me.

Anyway, enjoy these if you haven't before.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

As you were... have a great day!

 

Hi my name is Dave and I, am an algo-holic


I am an avid search geek that spends most of his time reading about and playing with search engines. My main passion has always been about the technical side of things from a strong perspective rooted in IR and related technologies.


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