Hi Chris, "Good content" means a couple of things - good for readers and good for Google. Good content for readers means that the content answers questions, provides value, offers solutions, and is engaging. You want to keep the reader on the page and on your website for as long as possible. To make good content for Google, you have to provide the search engine with a set of signals - e.g., keywords, backlinks, low bounce rates, etc... The idea is that if you make good content for readers (engaging, valuable, actionable, and informative), your content will get more engagement. When your content gets more engagement Google will see it as good content too and put it higher in the SERPs. Making "good content" is about striking that balance. Let us know if that answered your question!

This exercise is performed on the pec deck but with the torso facing inward toward the back pad. I absolutely love to use this movement to torch the posterior delts, and it has really helped fill in my entire mid/upper back with highly separated muscular detail. I also enjoy the fact that I can go real heavy for lower reps (six to eight) and still achieve an intense peak contraction on every rep.


When it comes to lead generation, it’s all about the calls, right? Well we don’t want to leave anything to chance, and we want to make it as easy as possible for prospective customers to be able to call your clients. Click-2-Call on mobile devices is nothing new, and we’ve added this to our themes so you can set a single phone number to be dialed from every page on your site, or if you want separate Click-2-Call numbers for each city or category that you target we’ve got you covered too.
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Perhaps it’s naive, but my mindset with penalties has always been this: as long as I am doing things the right way, we’re fine. We weren’t doing any kind of gray or black-hat link building whatsoever and all of our links were coming naturally through creating great content and then showing it to people. This is exactly the behavior that Google wants to see and wants to reward–essentially, legit brand building. So, my assumption was always that we were 100% in the clear. But if you have any insight on that, I’d love to learn more.
That's a short example. You can populate a CSV file with all of this data and have it automatically populate custom fields associated with the page created by the upload. The upload would create 50 pages (if you were targeting US states), which each state on a row and each %TAG% in the columns. You then would create a page or post template that uses all of the custom fields in strategic places as well as the other items I listed above.
According to a recent study by quintly, native Facebook videos have an 186% higher engagement rate and are shared more than 1000% more than videos linked to from other hosting sites. Take the extra steps to publish videos for the platforms you're promoting them on for best results -- distribute your content on Facebook, YouTube, and other social platforms you're trying to leverage.

The reason we’re using crowdfunding as a source of funding is because it’s a great method for us to secure some funds to further develop our framework into a game that we’d like to play. Since we’re doing that, we would like to invite other people to join us in the game, create something that we’d never thought of to create, and have fun with us, and the best way to do that is to let you guys chip in your support and feedback of the game with us so we can improve it while building.


It still works and can rank you fairly well for shorter long-tails if you want to take the time to juice them up. But if you aren't spamming them with links, it's soul sucking work that's not any fun. I quit doing it for that reason. Projects like this can work for people willing to churn and burn. It's not an easier way to make money these days, not like it was in the past. And I wasn't happy littering up the internet. This was me 10 years ago though when money was the only motive.
If you are going after a major metro, your site structure could be city+niche.com, with subdivisions/metro areas (upper east side, financial district, diamond district, bowery, harlem, etc) as categories. Then, the posts with city/town + keyword, putting LSI's in the H's, and a MAX of 8-13 LSI's in the tags section. You can make main menu pages about the subdivisions/metro areas and pull some unique stuff from Wikipedia and a few other spots with a nofollow citation, and link directly to the category pages, treating those pages as pillar posts.
I’ve always been a believer that hard work gets the best results, and in practice it always ends up being true. On the web it’s no different. If you want more organic traffic, you have to work for it. That means giving your best effort every time, going after opportunities your competitors have missed, being consistent, guest blogging strategically, and staying on Google’s good side.
I’m facing the imminent demise of WooThemes Canvas, looking at the daunting task of converting five sites over time. I’ve used PootlePress products with uniformly good results (and excellent support). But still, I’m having to review new sitebuilder/framework/pagebuilder possibilities for the switch with STABILITY as a very high priority. Given that the sites I manage are relatively straightforward and not huge, another high priority will be on simplicity, with no content lock-in. I just read a post with a horror story of what happens when you try to convert Divi pages which are heavily encoded in Divi’s own format. I’m guessing this will be very useful. Cost is also an issue, as I work for small nonprofits. I’m thinking the unlimited site pro option of Beaver or Tailor may look more attractive now than Pootle’s 18Tabs theme with PageBuilder which would cost $270/year for five sites. At any rate, thank you very much for doing a good bit of the homework for me.
If you are going after a major metro, your site structure could be city+niche.com, with subdivisions/metro areas (upper east side, financial district, diamond district, bowery, harlem, etc) as categories. Then, the posts with city/town + keyword, putting LSI's in the H's, and a MAX of 8-13 LSI's in the tags section. You can make main menu pages about the subdivisions/metro areas and pull some unique stuff from Wikipedia and a few other spots with a nofollow citation, and link directly to the category pages, treating those pages as pillar posts.
If you're not already doing so, start broadcasting on Facebook Live. Users spend 3X more time watching live broadcasts than traditional videos on the platform, so start experimenting with live content if you're concerned about your organic reach. Advertise what you're doing on different platforms to generate buzz, broadcast for several minutes (at least) to help your broadcast get surfaced in the News Feed, and share authentic, behind-the-scenes content to attract and interest your viewers.

Why do you to continue to engage in personal attacks while hiding behind your keyboard, and also make such wide-ranging assumptions about how much volunteering someone does? It’s striking how you much time and effort you’ll put into hijacking this comments thread with personal attacks, while being completely unable to say who you are or what you claimed to have done for free for WordPress or any of your other “causes.”
As I have not the time to learn myself CSS in the deep (yes, I know this would be the best and I know it is easier then I will think) at the moment or to buy another theme to start from scratch, I decided to give “Elementor” a try – and from my first glance: Much faster and more user friendly as the other one. I decided for it because if the page builder breaks down, there will be still text to bridge the gap. From the performance perspective I can say it helped, but still: Page builder make pages slower. This is a fact. But I could afford to safe 7s after re-building with Elemntor and uninstalling the other one and now it is okay. I think it is because Elementor renounces of overloaded futures. But as I said, I am not knowledgeable and maybe I am wrong. 😉

Then after creating the perfect look for your M.A.S.S. you can choose from a variety of combat enhancement 'gears' and 'operating system' to install into your M.A.S.S. These will determine the combat abilities you can wield, adjusting your speed, weight, and everything without having any effect on your appearance. The rest is up to your liking, we don’t want to limit your creativity in creating a M.A.S.S. you like to really use. Go wild!

I’m currently working on a new design and decided to revisit Envato’s ThemeForest for a WordPres theme… all of the “top themes” honestly look the same to me, especially Avada. Don’t even get me talking about what should constitute a “healthcare theme” website. What before was a simple tweak of HTML + CSS is now a “shortcode” wonderland/wasteland. Based on this article, I reviewed some of the options and am using PootlePress (which I never had heard about until now).
One of the other major differences between Conductor and other page builders, is the lack of “bells and whistles”. In many page builder plugins you will find contact forms, testimonial widgets, tabbed content options, section toggle, and more. Conductor does not have these and, frankly, I think that’s a positive. I’m a strong advocate for keeping a plugin’s focus narrow, which Conductor does well. Too many builder plugins try to be an all-in-one solution.
I'm comimg up on my fourth week on Feb 9th and I've already added 30lbs to my squat/deadlift and 20lbs to my bench. Gotten stronger in the other lifts as well. Honestly, once a week per workout isn't enough (for me at least). I also pair the shoulder and leg workout into the same day. With that 3 day split, I go 6 days a week. Either way, if you follow this well and eat right, you will make gains.
Of all the page builder plugins, Conductor is one of the most unique. Rather than being a layout builder for the content area of pages, it is a layout builder for the entire page. Most builders are designed to work within a theme’s content area, but Conductor is different. Conductor takes over the complete layout of the page, including sidebars and allows site editors to control everything between the header and footer of the site.
See all the JavaScript? That’s not supposed to be there. That JavaScript is the result of the [pw_map] shortcode, which you can see in the screenshots above. Switching from the builder to the standard editor preserved the content but instead of keeping the shortcode as it should, it rendered the shortcode and then saved the output. That means my shortcode is gone, poof, vanished. I cannot edit it or adjust the parameters of the shortcode anymore because the shortcode isn’t there, just the HTML of the shortcode is.
Combined with our powerful Google Maps, Yelp! Business Listings, Wikipedia content and YouTube widgets, you can generate mass, rich location-specific content quickly – for example, automatically generate 250 city and/or zip code-specific pages within your area, each with an image of that location, with a Google Map, local restaurants, local video and other content.

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