I fear failure.  I doubt that I am alone.  I fear failing as a husband, as a father, as a therapist, even as a Christian.  I often feel like the apostle Peter in Matt. 14:30, walking on water to Jesus, "But seeing the wind, he became frightened, and beginning to sink, he cried out, "Lord, save me!".  I will admit to often taking my eyes off of Jesus and being overwhelmed by the winds and high seas, feeling like I am sinking.  I recognize that I have no more ability to succeed in my own power than Peter had of walking on water.  What I am able to gain from this fear is the realization that success comes only from a true relationship and total surrender to my Lord and savior.  My power and success comes from doing His will and achieving His purpose, through His power and provisions. 

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1. Nilesh wrote:
Bryson,This is a simple chart, but a much nedeed one in this industry. I agree with how you've classified mobile SEO.I like the point that Martijn brings up above. Why does mobile SEO not fall under regular SEO? Perhaps it does, or maybe it holds a dotted line relationship with regular SEO.Search Engine Optimization is really an all encompassing word that describes the optimization of content for search engines. Because search engines are still search engines on mobile devices, you could argue that mobile SEO is a specific type of SEO.You might also argue that mobile SEO should be broken away from traditional SEO in the same way that digital is different than print is different than radio. At any rate, perhaps it's time for a new acronym?mSEOAny takers?Dan

Mon, August 6, 2012 @ 2:51 PM

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