peter/ruby_basic - GitHub Setting Up Your SEO Project / Agency for Success The author's posts are entirely his or her own (excluding the unlikely event of hypnosis) and may not always reflect the views of Moz. For the past 1.5 years, I have been the Client Development Executive for Distilled's NYC office. I helped open this office in June 2011, and at the time we were struggling as an office because we had few leads, minimal recognition in NYC, and massive competition from both local bespoke agencies and larger full-service agencies. Within 6 months, I was able to ensure the SEO consultants were at full capacity. Currently, my role entails working with both amazing big brands and innovative startups to help Distilled consultants solve pain points and define scalable solutions (usually not pertinent to SEO). This post was written for SEOs who are client-facing and those who manage their own agencies. For SEOs: how to set up your project for success Why the cycle of sadness is so important I'm going to start off with something to wake everyone up. Dear Mr. or Mrs.
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The Unix Command Line: Text Files By Gordon Davisson Copyright (c) 2002, Westwind Computing inc. Working with Text Files: more and less - display the contents of a text file, one screenful at a time (hit the spacebar to get the next screen). Note that this only works well with plain text files, not Word files, RTF's, PDF's, or anything else that contains formatting information. less also allows you to go backwards (type "b") in the file. In either one, type "h" for more detailed help. Examples: more /etc/inetd.config print the inetd.conf file to the terminal, one screen at a time. ps -ax | more use the ps command to generate a list of processes running on the system, and pipe them to more to display them one screen at a time. grep - search the contents of a text file, and print lines containing a given word or pattern. pico - edit the contents of a text file. vi and emacs - other text editors provided with the standard OS X installation. tail - print the last few lines of a text file. Text File Format Compatibility: