Back to this question once again. During the past year with all the support from everyone as well as the dev grant we have received, we were able to expand our scope of development and visions of how the game will be. We have already included some of the stretch goals from last time into our core development and will now use this amount to almost double the content planned.

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.”
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?
Personally I have never gotten much out of the standard, angled preacher curl using a barbell, as it is harsh on my elbows at the point of stretch and does not allow for an optimal contraction. However, with the machine version it is easier to control the eccentric contraction so that you can safely achieve a good stretch. Additionally, because there is still resistance pulling downward at the top, one is able to get a much harder, and thus productive, squeeze.
Is Serp Shaker still an option? There was this wonderful plugin here https://serpshaker.com/ (back in 2016) It allowed you to mass produce pages with some level of spintax. While it wouldnt get you the large volume keywords, it could certainly help you with low competition keywords. I'm curious if this is still viable, as a method to target super duper long tail. Is it worth it? Is there any up to date options? This of course is not my main quiver, but rather another mini strategy for lead gen toolkit.

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?
I appreciate this thorough info. I gave Builder Beaver a good try, bought the full deal and went through all the tutorials, but after nearly a year of wrestling with it to get a simple blog posted, I’m giving up and shopping for an alternative. The “simple” and “easy” used to describe Beaver Builder are descriptions are true if you are a seasoned programmer.
Magic Page is NOT the classical “make pages for all cities” type of plugin! This is a very smart solution that gets indexed fast in Google and avoids leaving footprints for Google to trace! I did not believe it till I start using it and I got 160 pages indexed in 24 hours in a brand new website. I also got some first page positions in the first 24 hours in a very competitive niche. This plugin is very well optimized for onpage SEO.
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).

Lee Wilson is head of enterprise SEO at Vertical Leap and has been leading digital marketing teams since the early 2000’s. He has headed up the SEO department for a top 10 leading search and digital agency (Vertical Leap) from 2010 to present. In 2016, he had his first solely authored industry book published (Tactical SEO – the theory and practice of search marketing).

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.
This review no longer reflects the current state of the WordPress page builder space anymore and should not be used to select one. It was useful for a time though but the period has ended. It will be that much more obsolete when Gutenberg arrives in core for v5 of WP. Until it is either updated or a new post to replace happens, it will continue to disseminate old info that no one should base today’s decisions on.
Ever wondered how some of those companies/websites could get such amount of traffic (hundreds of thousands of visitors) just in a single day? I don’t know about you and what you do to get your traffic, but since I’ve been in this search engine marketing game I know how hard it is (was) to get a decent amount of organic traffic to test different offers, and I always been curious how those other guys do that on such a huge massive scale.

Magic Page is NOT the classical “make pages for all cities” type of plugin! This is a very smart solution that gets indexed fast in Google and avoids leaving footprints for Google to trace! I did not believe it till I start using it and I got 160 pages indexed in 24 hours in a brand new website. I also got some first page positions in the first 24 hours in a very competitive niche. This plugin is very well optimized for onpage SEO.
I understand building a theme-specific builder but why on earth would you build a theme-specific builder plugin that only works with one theme? At that point you’ve simply made it harder for your customers to get all the features of your theme without any added benefit. If Theme Fusion offered a whole suite of themes, having a builder plugin that works exclusively with their themes would make sense, but they don’t! They make one theme: Avada.
As the traffic network adds more and more niches into it's portfolio, the traffic builds larger and larger. There are some traffic networks that require a 'system test'. If you place a large order, for example, 1,000,000 visitors and you want them as quickly as possible, some networks can deliver that much volume in a single day... Yet no standard shared or even dedicated webhost could handle that volume of traffic in that short of a time span. Just to put things into perspective, you could crash a mid/high level dedicated server if you were hit with that much traffic that quickly.
Dale’s an incredible asset for us on this game, as his style and personal love for mechas makes him a perfect fit for us. You may have heard Dale’s work before, as he is the man behind the Wizard of Legend soundtrack which has seen great success on the Nintendo Switch, and you know that jingle that plays on Nintendo’s “The Download” videos that totally should be eShop theme? That’s him too!  Upon seeing M.A.S.S. Builder, Dale knew exactly what he had in mind for the game, and we are excited to announce he will be working on the game's battle theme!  
The second issue I have is very minor but still important in my view. I really don’t care for the aggressive color schemes. As I’d mentioned numerous times here and in other posts, I care greatly for maintaining the WordPress color scheme and style choices. The interface in Page Builder Sandwich is a stark contrast to the standard WordPress UI. In my mind, it creates an unnecessarily jarring experience.

 “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.
As the traffic network adds more and more niches into it's portfolio, the traffic builds larger and larger. There are some traffic networks that require a 'system test'. If you place a large order, for example, 1,000,000 visitors and you want them as quickly as possible, some networks can deliver that much volume in a single day... Yet no standard shared or even dedicated webhost could handle that volume of traffic in that short of a time span. Just to put things into perspective, you could crash a mid/high level dedicated server if you were hit with that much traffic that quickly.
Recently we did a white label job for an agency. While the theme they wanted to use included a page builder, it was a pile of junk. Even then, building the site with the features they wanted was still far faster and more cost effective than doing it from scratch. If I was using BB, it would have been faster again (and yielded a cleaner, more manageable result). Either way, there was no way it could have been done within the budget if it had to be built from the ground up.
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.

From my POV, page builders (in my case Beaver Builder) do 99% of what most clients need in terms of delivering great, attractive and functional websites, from e-com to simple sites. In the world where time is money and most clients don’t want to pay and want it yesterday, BB lets me deliver within those constraints AND not worry about having to keep the code updated as it ages.
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.
But this process was preceded by a similar yet unrelated News Feed update to focus less on content from Pages and more from a user's friends and family. This update to Facebook's News Feed algorithm doesn't eliminate Page content from News Feeds entirely, but this update does set different priorities for which content gets prime News Feed real estate.

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