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Why Robots Are Actually Making Work More Human

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Many people view the incorporation of AI at work with anxiety, if not outright fear. A primary concern, exacerbated by a plethora of ”robots will eat my job” stories, is that AI will end careers by automating much, if not all, of what we do for a living.

When in reality, I would argue, AI will offload repetitive, rote tasks, freeing up time for teams to concentrate on the sorts of tasks that require uniquely human intelligence.

And today’s workforce is ready for it: According to a study we conducted with Future Workplace, 93% of employees are ready to embrace AI at work. However, HR seems to be lagging, with only 6% of HR professionals deploying AI technologies.

I recently sat down with Dan Schawbel, bestselling author and expert on the future of work, to further explore this topic and examine the interplay of human and artificial intelligence at work and in HR. Here’s what we discussed:

Automating Tasks, but Demanding New Skills

The clear benefit of AI at work is automating tasks that we don’t want to do, creating more opportunities to invest in valuable, high impact work.

Schawbel stresses that the importance of people skills in this new era cannot be underestimated, calling a need to focus on skills like interpersonal communication and the ever-important ability to “read the room.” LinkedIn’s 2019 Talent Trends survey found that an eye-popping 91% of respondents listed soft skills as “very important” to the future of recruiting and 92% said soft skills matter as much or more than hard skills that can be learned in school, like technology expertise or coding.

Complicating matters even further, soft skills are getting harder to find, perhaps due in part to the fact that gadget-obsessed Gen-Zers—while known for their tech proficiency—are not necessarily great interpersonal communicators.

As HR influencer Josh Bersin notes: “In today's world of software engineering and ever-more technology, it's soft skills that employers want.”

The fascinating part of this AI revolution is how automation is actually pushing the workforce to become less techy and more human.

Bridging Technology and Human Interaction

While AI can boost productivity, we need to tread carefully around unintended consequences. Take a look at social media and mobile for example, both were designed to bring people together but resulted in information overload and tech addiction.

Think about it—How many people today deal with friends and family primarily by text instead of sitting down at a meal to talk? Or use Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to socialize instead of getting together in real life?

The main thing, according to Schawbel, is that technologies like AI should be used as a bridge, not a barrier, to human interaction.

In the workplace, for example, a digital assistant can automate meeting planning by checking schedules, booking rooms, reserving equipment and eliminating a seemingly endless round-robin of invites and emails. In this case, an AI-fueled digital assistant actually makes face-to-face meetings easier and enhances human interaction at work.

The next step, of course, is ensuring that attendees put down their devices and actually interact with each other instead of their screens.

For more advice on how to find the right balance between technology usage and building human relationships, check out Schawbel’s latest book Back to Human.

Recruiters Already Reaping the Benefits

Contrary to popular belief, I believe using technology can actually create better human relationships, especially at work. The benefits of AI in recruiting, for example, are enormous, real and are happening now.

Instead of recruiters churning through hundreds—or thousands—of resumes, AI-fueled tools can crunch through the bios of current employees who are star performers to identify common traits that make them successful and then look for similar traits in incoming resumes.

But bringing it back to our balance of tech and human interaction, it’s important for the recruiter and hiring manager to actually talk to the top candidates that AI identifies. Consumer products giant Unilever found success in using AI to screen candidates for entry-level jobs and then refer top candidates to a human interview.

AI can also be used to identify at-risk employees on the verge of job hopping or even existing high performers who show strengths in certain areas and could fill a new opening better than any outsider could.

Calling HR to Close the Gap

Not only is AI primed and ready to make a splash in the workplace, but the workforce is eagerly awaiting. The opportunity now lies with HR to learn, understand and implement AI.

For those who think they may be ready, Schawbel and I both advise starting small. Take a look at some of the available AI recruiting tools to test out how they might benefit your business. From there, if you find success, you can move on further to things like integrating chatbots for onboarding or even using AI and machine learning for the personalization of learning. The opportunities are endless, so jump in!

Why You Shouldn’t Try to Rank #1 on Google

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Do you know what the number one email request I get is?

Come on, take a guess. What do you think it is?

Ok, its people asking me for money.

But, do you know what the second most common email request I get is?

Companies asking me to rank them number 1 on Google for a specific term.

And I have to say, it’s a big waste of time for you to focus all of your energy on ranking number 1 on Google for a specific term or even a handful of terms.

Just take a look at my site… here’s my Google traffic over the last 31 days:

search traffic

As you can see from the graph, I’m generating 2,375,455 organic visits from search engines each month.

And can you guess how many keywords I’m tracking when it comes to my rankings?

A big fat ZERO!

I’m not saying I don’t do SEO, I’m saying I don’t focus on rankings.

Can you increase your search traffic without tracking rankings?

The short answer is yes.

As you saw from the graph above, I’m getting over 2 million visits from organic search each month. If you look back a year, I was getting 970,459 visitors a month from search.

2018 search traffic

In other words, I was able to grow my organic search traffic by 144% in roughly 12 months. That’s not too shabby considering I don’t focus on any one particular keyword.

So why don’t I focus on specific keywords or track my rankings?

Number 1 doesn’t guarantee the most clicks

Ahrefs recently did a study where they showed how being number 1 doesn’t guarantee the greatest number of clicks.

ahrefs number 1

The number 1 listing gets the majority of the traffic only 49% of the time. Don’t get me wrong, I would rather be number 1 than number 2, but getting there doesn’t guarantee the most amount of traffic.

And over time it’s just going to get worse.

Just look at how SERP listing pages looked in 2014.

serp 2014

Now let’s look at how SERP listings look today.

2019 serp listing

What are the big differences that you see?

  1. Paid listings blend in – paid listings aren’t as clearly defined as they used to be. In other words, they blend in, which helps ads generate a higher percentage of the clicks.
  2. Localized listings can be ads – the first listing in the localized listing is also paid.
  3. The right side no longer has ads – most of the elements on the right side, when you click on them, drive you to perform another Google search.
  4. Less organic listings – the homepage only has 9 organic listings if you exclude the localized listings.
  5. Organic results are pushed down – not only do the paid and local listings show first, but news results are also in-between the organic results. This causes the 3rd, 4th, 5th… organic result to get fewer clicks.

The common trend is people are focusing on the paid ads more than the organic listings. And organic listings are no longer guaranteed to be as high up as they once were.

Just look at this eye tracking study of a Google SERPs result.

eye tracking

It clearly shows how the paid ads have the majority of the attention.

So, does this mean you should give up?

No, I am not trying to paint a picture of how you shouldn’t try to rank high on Google or that SEO is useless. Because although Google keeps adjusting the layout of their SERPs page, it’s still the most popular site in the world.

google similarweb

Commanding 57.34 billion visits a month means… you have no choice but to do SEO!

But you shouldn’t waste your time thinking about each and every change Google is making because it’s out of your control.

Just look at how many algorithm changes they made in the last 12 months. It’s too hard to keep up with each change or predict Google’s next move. That’s why I take a different approach to get ahead of Google’s upcoming algorithm changes.

I focus on user experience.

What should you do?

You aren’t going to be able to control your rankings for every single one of your keywords… especially if you are doing SEO the right way.

The majority of your traffic should be coming from long tail phrases. Just look at my blog, I rank for 477,000 keywords.

That’s far too many keywords to track on a regular basis.

I focus on 3 things:

  1. Create an amazing user experience – Google doesn’t want to rank sites at the top that are the “best optimized.” They want to rank the site that users love the most at the top. So, focus on providing that and, in the long run, you should rank higher.
  2. Overall organic traffic growth – keywords have trends and they change in popularity over time. Instead of focusing on a handful of keywords or even a few hundred, I just focus on increasing my overall organic traffic. As long as it keeps climbing quarter over quarter, I’m happy.
  3. Conversion rate – more traffic doesn’t guarantee more sales. I continually optimize my conversion rates so that each additional organic visitor I get has a higher chance to convert into a customer.

And I know I said I focus on 3 things, which is true… but every once in a while I focus on one more thing. It’s updating my old content.

If I had to add in a 4th, it would be updating my old content. Even though I know SEO fairly well, there is no guarantee the even my traffic keeps going up and to the right.

Just like you, my traffic drops every once in a while.

641 decline

It sucks when your traffic just drops 6.94% in a week and it is scary when that trend continues. But when it does happen, follow this and you can reverse the trend of your declining traffic.

Which strategy should you follow?

There are a few SEO strategies I use to get more traffic that still work well today. If you follow them, you should get more traffic over time:

  1. Globalization – search isn’t too competitive outside of English. That is changing fast though, so I would follow these globalization tips as soon as possible.
  2. Off-page SEO – it still impacts rankings significantly and you can’t ignore it. Here are 6 off-page strategies you should follow.
  3. Link building – here’s one of my favorite strategies for link buildingit works really well. Even if you have a new site and no one knows who you are, you will be able to build links using it.
  4. Land and expand – you already rank for terms on Google. This strategy will allow you to turn one ranking into hundreds.
  5. Brand building – Google wants to rank brands higher than non-brands. Follow this as it will help you build a brand.

There are tons of other tactics and strategies that people are using, but the 5 main ones I mentioned above still work well in today’s competitive search landscape.


Yes, you want to continually improve your search traffic over time, but obsessing over whether or not a keyword is ranking number 1 doesn’t mean much.

SEO has moved to a long-tail strategy. The goal isn’t to rank for one keyword, or even a hundred or a thousand… the goal is to rank for hundreds of thousands if not millions of keywords over time.

And as long as that trend is continually going up and to the right, you’re fine.

One way to see if things are going directionally right is to use Ubersuggest. When you put in your domain, you’ll see a chart that looks something like this:

keyword rankings

You want the total number of keywords to increase over time and you want the small green bar to continually go up over time as that means a higher portion of your listings are moving up in Google.

So, are you going to continue focusing on rankings?

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Forex Millennium Review – what is it? Forex Millennium it’s a powerful MT4 trend indicator (Not EA/Robot) developed by Karl Dittmann and Rita Lasker that works on ALL pairs and M15, M30, H1, H4 and D1 timeframes.

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