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10 creative animal Halloween costumes that no one else will be wearing this year

by I'm Struggling
Paramount Pictures The cat costume is a Halloween classic. But it’s also overdone. I’m not judging, that was literally what I did last year. But it doesn’t have to be that way.  Aside from convenience, there are plenty of adorable animals in the animal kingdom that you can channel this Halloween. From a magical unicorn to an adorable giraffe, there are so many animal costumes you could try out this October 31. Pastel unicorns are all the rage. Yandy Mythical and magical, what’s not to love about dressing up as a unicorn? Essentially a onesie with a fancy hood, this […]

ERICKSON: There Is More To Life Than Politics

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It started last Friday. I finally talked myself into going back to CrossFit a month ago. But on Friday, I couldn’t finish a very easy workout. I couldn’t catch my breath. A hurricane rolled through two weeks ago, and the remnant of the storm that went through Mexico passed through on Thursday and Friday last week. My lungs sometimes get weird after low-pressure systems move through. It is a side effect of the blood clots in my lungs, some of which are still there. Read more: dailywire.com Please follow and like us:

The Future of Content Marketing: It’s Not What You Think

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Have you heard the saying, “content is king?” Well, of course, you have. But creating more content won’t necessarily get you more search traffic. You’ve heard people like me mention stats like the average piece of content that ranks on page one of Google contains 1,890 words. But that doesn’t mean writing in-depth content that is 1,890 words will automatically get you more search traffic. It just means that the average web page on page 1 contains that many words. I bet you are going through the scenario below… You keep writing content but, for some reason, you aren’t getting the […]

We’re altering the climate so severely that we’ll soon face apocalyptic repercussions. Sucking carbon dioxide out of the air could save us.

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Reuters/Hazir Reka The Earth is warming so rapidly that most experts agree we’ll need to suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere in order to avoid the worst consequences of climate change. A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine lays out a range of options for how to do that.  But the authors say developing these negative-emissions technologies requires large-scale investment from the government — and the funding has to come immediately.  Deadly hurricanes seem to be becoming more frequent, 12 of the 15 largest wildfires in California history have occurred in the last two decades, […]

The SEO Cyborg: How to Resonate with Users & Make Sense to Search Bots

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Posted by alexis-sanders SEO is about understanding how search bots and users react to an online experience. As search professionals, we’re required to bridge gaps between online experiences, search engine bots, and users. We need to know where to insert ourselves (or our teams) to ensure the best experience for both users and bots. In other words, we strive for experiences that resonate with humans and make sense to search engine bots. This article seeks to answer the following questions: How do we drive sustainable growth for our clients? What are the building blocks of an organic search strategy? What […]

Log File Analysis 101 – Whiteboard Friday

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Posted by BritneyMuller Log file analysis can provide some of the most detailed insights about what Googlebot is doing on your site, but it can be an intimidating subject. In this week’s Whiteboard Friday, Britney Muller breaks down log file analysis to make it a little more accessible to SEOs everywhere. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high-resolution version in a new tab! Video Transcription Hey, Moz fans. Welcome to another edition of Whiteboard Friday. Today we’re going over all things log file analysis, which is so incredibly important because it really tells you the ins and […]

What Do Dolphins Eat? Lessons from How Kids Search

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Posted by willcritchlow Kids may search differently than adults, but there are some interesting insights from how they use Google that can help deepen our understanding of searchers in general. Comfort levels with particular search strategies, reading only the bold words, taking search suggestions and related searches as answers — there’s a lot to dig into. In this week’s slightly different-from-the-norm Whiteboard Friday, we welcome the fantastic Will Critchlow to share lessons from how kids search. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high-resolution version in a new tab! Video Transcription Hi, everyone. I’m Will Critchlow, founder and […]

Vanilla Thieves Of Madagascar (Full Documentary) – BBC News

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The robberies are often violent. There have been dozens of murders in Madagascar linked to vanilla. Several communities have tried and failed to get protection from armed police. Some have taken the law into their own hands. Villagers say in a nearby village, a machete-wielding crowd descended on five suspected gangsters – hacking and stabbing them to death. The killings have yet to be solved by the police. Locals say there is no will or capacity in the police forces to investigate the vanilla thefts – or the mob justice that sometimes follows. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Read more: youtube.com […]

Why I Spent $500,000 Buying a Blog That Generates No Revenue

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(If you are wondering, the image of me above was taken when I used to work at KISSmetrics with Hiten Shah… I used to have hair) In early January 2017, I purchased the KISSmetrics website for $500,000. If you go to the site, you’ll notice that it forwards here to NeilPatel.com (which I will get into later in the post). The $500,000 didn’t get me the company, KISSmetrics, or any of the revenue streams. The parent company, Space Pencil, is continually improving and developing the product. And on top of that, there are restrictions. I can’t just pop up a […]

Risks for Trump…

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Risks for Trump… (Second column, 16th story, link) Related stories:How long will Mueller investigation go on?Why is he handing off key cases?Manafort faces trial in first court test of special counsel prosecution…Hint of presidential pardon…GOWDY: If There Was Collusion, Schiff Would Have Leaked It…Accused Russian agent met with Obama Treasury, Fed officials… Advertise here Read more: feedproxy.google.com Please follow and like us: