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Hi, I'm CT Moore (@gypsybandito) and this is my personal blog, a place where my thoughts go to wander. I'm a recovering agency hack who now manages SEO, social media, and content campaigns through my consultancy Socialed Inc. Sometimes I speak at conferences, too, but you can check me out on LinkedIn if you really wanna know that much more about me. And if you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment or drop me a line. I love it when strangers come a callin' ;-)

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4 Things I (Re)Learned About Content Marketing Writing for a Newspaper

I’ve been writing for a relatively long time. Like, close-to-15-years-a-long-time. First for student papers, then for print magazines, and since then for countless blogs and websites. Now I spend most of my time running my inbound marketing consultancy, so the only writing I really do anymore is the occasional potty-mouth guest post. I basically only […]

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Some More Perspective

Today was Remembrance Day (which means something to me), and while I was thinking about that last night, I heard the news that Leonard Cohen had passed away. That was all very sad (and possibly profound), but it wasn’t till I woke up this morning, checked Facebook, and found out that Bob Goyetche had passed away last night, […]

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It’ll Heal Before You Get Married

I have this uncle. Uncle Fred. Growing up, he was kind of like the patriarch of the family. He was rough-n-tumble, and he was stoic. I mean, he’d seen some things and had some stories to tell. They don’t make’em like that anymore. He had a saying anytime one of us kids hurt ourselves. It didn’t matter whether […]

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Some Perspective

2015 was a tough year for me. I endured a personal legal dispute that took a toll on me, both emotionally and financially. 2016 has been a bit tougher. The legal dispute continued to unfold, and I suffered a few betrayals that effected me both socially and professionally. Some of those betrayals were personal. They were committed by close […]