I had purchased a Standard license, which, as it turns out, does not include support for WordPress multisite. I have found multisite to be one of the greatest assets in quickly spinning up fresh WordPress sites for testing. I understand that this limitation was done intentionally to prevent customers from activating the plugin on numerous sites within a single network, but the user experience here was quite poor.
The main point is that having a boilerplate template for content is better than spinning because you'll ensure it makes grammatical sense. Google doesn't need as much variation as people act like. I mean... they index tons of syndicated content with no changes at all. And the ad-libs (the act of inserting words or data into the content) adds real value.
SEO and social media work hand-in-hand to increase organic traffic. First, Google is using Twitter to discover new content. Second, social shares help build links in a non-manipulated way. Third, shares from multiple sources also boost authority for blog posts. Google+ works perfectly with Google. Compared to technical SEO, Google pays attention to relevance.

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.
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!
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Locating and building relationships with influencers in your industry is a remarkable technique to generate highly relevant traffic to your site. Influencer marketing can expose a larger audience to your brand and result in a considerable spike in relevant traffic. It happens when influencers share your content across their social channels where it is seen by your audience.
Since the only constant with Facebook (and the larger digital media landscape) is change, it’s always safest to focus on the digital channels you entirely own and control -- your website and blog. Spend the vast majority of your effort creating content (blog posts and long-form content such as ebooks, case studies, or videos) that will continue to garner inbound traffic, leads, and customers long after they’re first created. If you have time and budget, share those assets to Facebook for additional reach.
 “A future in where humans lived a prosperous century and technology advancing beyond space and time,” that was what humanity should have been if not for the sudden appearance of unknown beasts of the void. A large portion of humanity were gone in the moment. War for the survival of humanity broke off all over the world, changing landscapes and settlements into warzones. Humanity were forced to relocate into shelters and reinvent their technologies into weapons of war, the M.A.S.S. technology.
Second, I found that a large number of the builder elements, such as contact forms, are not retained when the plugin is deactivated. This is because Beaver Builder includes its own proprietary contact forms, testimonial blocks, subscribe forms, image sliders, and many other content types. While it makes perfect sense to include these, it is important that users be aware of how they will be locked into using Beaver Builder once opting to add these kind of elements to their pages. This is where the separation between layout building and content creation becomes very blurry.

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.
To boost organic traffic, business owners must create noteworthy content that will grab the attention of webmasters and influencers. It means that when creating content on a specific topic, it should be the best piece ever created. Creating a good content will immediately boost the organic traffic. Also, it is beneficial in getting tons of social shares.

What I love about Ahrefs is their commitment to speed, design and innovation. The data is fresh, relevant, and granular enough to allow us to make very actionable decisions. I love that they’ve made significant moves to continually innovate and add new features. Not only do they make us stronger as an agency, but they’ve kept the entire SEO software industry on its toes.
I originally planned to review only the builder plugins I was aware of (typically those that cause problems in our support queues) but then opted to review as many as I could find in order to be as pragmatic as possible. Perhaps some of the builder plugins never made appearances in our support queues because they were awesome and didn’t cause any problems.

Traffic data is a great way to take the temperature of your website and marketing initiatives. When you are writing and promoting blog content on a regular basis, you can use traffic data to track results and correlate these efforts to actual ROI. Be sure to look at traffic numbers over long-term intervals to see trends and report on improvement over time.  
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There are a few exercises you have where the reps go down, e.g. The barbell bench press reps go from 10, to 8 twice, then 6. It does the same thing with the Tricep Extensions except this time it tells you to add weights as you go for lower reps. Is it only for the Tri Extension I should be doing this? Or should I do every exercise where the reps go down the same way?
What I care about is this brown area to use as my clickbait image. I might even include this stuff over here I don’t know yet but here’s what the page design looks like what’s neat is I could real quickly and easily go edit any of this text and put it here so I would be able to quickly and easily. Let’s type “my special offer” and let’s get rid of that one you just right-click on it so you delete there.
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