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Last updated on Jul 1 2019.
Here are the best websites we found: sentry.io • tomatrader.com • hopingfoundation.org • stevemcsteveface.com • aviationdoctor.wordpress.com • clxrrr.com • szymanski418717507.wordpress.com • divorceandthecity.co.uk • hopingforatakehome.wordpress.com

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Paypal logo. Open-source error tracking that helps developers monitor and fix crashes in real time. Iterate continuously. Boost workflow efficiency. Improve user experience.
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A professional continuous learner. An 18 year-old looking to trade the markets for the rest of his life and hoping to become part of TeamInvesta. A professional continuous learner. An 18 year-old looking to trade the markets for the rest of his life and hoping to become part of TeamInvesta
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Hoping. HOPING stands for Hope and Optimism for Palestinians in the Next Generation...
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Steve McSteveface – "just a guy from Scotland, talking about some stuff – hoping that people will listen". "just a guy from Scotland, talking about some stuff - hoping that people will listen"
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AVIATION DOCTOR: Critical Insights and Analysis, Beyond the Headlines | Hoping for something to change is NOT a strategy and you cannot change a problem with the same thinking and people that created the problem. Hoping for something to change is NOT a strategy and you cannot change a problem with the same thinking and people that created the problem
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postcards from far away – clar meets reality hoping for a movie script ending. clar meets reality hoping for a movie script ending
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The Szymanski Story – Just a couple of kids hoping to one day raise kids for God's glory.. Just a couple of kids hoping to one day raise kids for God's glory.
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"Don't spend TIME beating on a wall hoping to transform it into a door." Coco Chanel - Divorce and the City
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Hoping for a Take Home | Keeping the hope for a successful pregnancy and a take-home baby after miscarriage. Keeping the hope for a successful pregnancy and a take-home baby after miscarriage
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andrew and tory adopt – Wisconsin couple hoping to adopt!. This is the home page's excerpt
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HugeDomains.com - MarketsHoping.com is for sale (Markets Hoping)
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Prepper Life Style – Preparing For The Worst, Hoping For The Best
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Hoping For More Good Days. | -98/21 | Arts nerd | icon cred: @moonstuff | Hello! This is a multifandom blog and I try my best to keep this blog positive and safe for everyone to enjoy. However I too, am human and have my ups...
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I was hoping you could sleep over. Spencer Hastings and Aria Montgomery are in love.
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Gluten Free UAE | Hoping to be of help to all those living gluten free in the United Arab Emirates – نأمل أن نكون عوناً لكل من يعيش حياته خالية من الجلوتين في دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة. Great! You found us! Whichever road you are traveling, if you want that road to be gluten free then we can probably help you. Perhaps you or your family member haven't been diagnosed yet and you want to find out more about why people eat gluten free? We have the resources you are after. New…
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ClickHole | Because All Content Deserves To Go Viral.. ClickHole is the latest and greatest online social experience filled with the most clickable, irresistibly shareable content anywhere on the internet.
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Goodnight Charlie's. Goodnight Charlie’s pays homage to legendary cattle rancher Charles Goodnight. Our Houston honky tonk welcomes all with the Texas spirit, hoping to honor the Goodnight name.
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The Manila Times Online | Home. The Manila Times takes pride in being the country's oldest and longest-running English daily with a diverse opinion section and comprehensive coverage of the latest stories on politics, business, sports, entertainment, lifestyle and other issues of national global concern.
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How to heal Abandonment Heartbreak & Self Sabotage - Susan Anderson. Abandoholics anonymous,Abandoholics,Abandoholism,abandon,abandoned,abandoner,abandonment recovery,abandonment,abandonoholic,abandonphobic,abandophobia, abandonphibia,abuser, devastate,abusive,ACOA,addict,addicted,addiction,adrenaline,adult child of alcoholic,adult child,affection,affectionate,afraid,aim,akeru,alcohol,alcoholic,alcoholism,alone,amygdala,anger,angry,anxiety,anxious,ashamed,at loss,attach,attached,attachment,attract,attracted,attraction,begin a relationship,beginning,being in the moment,being left,bereaved,bereavement,betrayal,bewildered,bewilderment,blame,blamed,boy friend,boy,boyfriend,break up,breakup,broken heart,broken hearted,care,caring,caring,carry a torch,carrying-a-torch,change,chaos,chaotic,child,children,COA,CODA,co-dependency,codependent,commitment,conflict,Conscious, control,consciousness,control issues,controlling,counseling,couple,crisis,criticism,criticize,criticized,date,dating,death,death,debt,depend,depend,depended,depended,dependency,dependent,depressed,depressing,depression,desert,deserted,despair,despairing,desperate,desperation,destroy,destruction,destructive relationships,destructive,devastated,devastation,devastation,died,disconnect,disconnection,distraught,divorce,divorced,dopamine,dream,dreams,drug addict,dump,dumped,dysfunction,dysfunctional,ego,egoism,egotism,emotion,emotional,emotions,end,ending a relationship,ending,entitlement,externalize,fear of abandonment,fear of commitment,fear of engulfment,fear of failure,fear of success,fear,feeling,feelings,find a mate,find a relationship,finding a mate,finding a relationship,Freud,girl friend,girl,girlfriend,global economy,global,goal,goals,grief over death,grief,grieving,group,groups,growth,guilt,guilty,hard to get,heal,healed,healing,heartache,heartbreak,heartbroken,help,helpless,helplessness,heroin addiction,heroin,higher purpose,higher self,hippocampus.holding onto a relationship,holding,hopeful,hopeless,hopelessness,hoping,hormones,humiliate,humiliated,humiliation,hurt,hurting,hyper vigilant,hypersensitive,id,ideal,idealize,in the moment,inner child,inner,inner,insecure,insecurity,internalize,internalizing,intimacy,intimate,isolate,isolation,jealous,jealousy,keeping a relationship,leave,leave,left,loneliness,lonely,lonesome,longing,loser,losing,loss,lost,love,loved,lover,loving,low self esteem,low self worth,making love,marriage,married,marry,mate,mated,mates,mindful,mindfulness,mirror neurons,mirror,missing,moment,mutual,narcotic addiction,narcotic,need to control,need,neediness,needing,needy,nervous,neurotic,now,obsess,obsessed,obsession,obsessive,opiate,opioid addiction,opioid,opposite sex,Outer child,outer children,outer,over sensitive,over spending,overcame,overcoming,overeatingoverly sensitive,overspending,oxytocin,panic, panicked,panicky,passion,peer group,personal change,personal growth,personify,personna,pine,pining,post trauma,post traumatic stress disorder,posttrauma,psyche,psychiatric,psychiatrist,psychological,psychologist,psychology,psychotherapist,psychotherapy,PTSD,rage,rebound,recover,recovery,reject,rejected,rejecting,rejection,relationship,relationships,remorse,remorseful,retaliate,retaliation,revenge,romance,romantic,sabotage,seeking a relationship,self blame,self defeat,self defeating,self destructiveness,self doubt,self esteem,self help,self improvement,self sabotage,sensitive,sensitivity,separate,separation anxiety,separation,serotonin,sex,sexual addiction,sexual withdrawal,sexual,sexuality,sexy,shame,shame,shamed,shatter,shattered,shattering,single,singles,staying in the moment,stress hormones,stress,stressed,stressful,stubborn,suction cups,super ego,superego,support groups,support groups,support,support,survive,surviving,survivor,therapist,therapy,therapy,transition,transitional,trapped,trauma,traumatic,traumatized,triumph,trust,turmoil,unavailable,unhappiness,unstable,upheaval,vanquished,victim,victimized,visualization,visualize,vulnerable,withdrawal,withdrawn,workshop,workshops,workshops,wound,wounded,woundedness, wounds
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jqknews. jqknews is a news media from China, with hundreds of translations, rolling updates China News, hoping to get the likes of foreign netizens
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How to Pay For College: The Complete Guide from Nitro. Hoping to attend your dream college without facing mountains of debt? We’re here to help. Get advice on financial aid and discover ways to pay for college.
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Flow Cytometry Training | Expert Cytometry | Master The Art of Cytometry. Looking for flow cytometry training? Hoping to master the art of cytometry? You've come to the right place! Click here for tips, tricks, and other insider info!
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National - HoganStand
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zetafonts - the fonts foundry. Zetafonts, is an high quality font development group. We have developed our fonts for commercial and personal projects and are now offering them for sale at an affordable price, hoping that other designer can enjoy them and find new uses. We encourage personal experiments and diffusion of our fonts: our fonts are free to try and for personal/noncommercial use.
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VIPKID Guide & Resources. Are you a VIPKID teacher or hoping to become one? Learn about the hiring process and gain access to free printable props and rewards HERE thanks to VIPKID Teacher, Jennifer Anderson
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Onmyoji Guide - A fan made English Guide for Onmyoji Mobile Game. Onmyoji is a fun turn-based mobile game set in mythical ancient Japan. This is a fan made site hoping to help English speakers play the game.
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troller.us. more than 8000++ easy drawing ideas for you to try. I'm hoping it will be a great resource for people looking for cool drawing ideas!
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BNHA Stuff. Okay I made an art blog for Boku no Hero Academia and I'm hoping I can be faithful to this fandom as long as possible °˖✧◝(⁰▿⁰)◜✧˖° --------------------------My art tag is just 'my art'---------...
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Andy Irvine Lyrics | A fan run site for all things Andy Irvine….   The goal is to collect the lyrics Andy has sung both as a solo artist & with the various groups he's performed with over the years. We are currently in the middle of this project & we are hoping you folks can help out! Have you got some lyrics we have not yet featured!? See…
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what about writing?. Welcome to What About Writing. This is a writing blog hoping to save you from your own troubles. Here, you'll find challenges, prompts, guides, writing articles and much more to help you with your...
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CONTI TONIGHT – Building Bridges In Troubled Times. A considerable part of the passion you see with Joe Conti is that Joe remembers a time when our American society worked together in a far more bipartisan way. Joe is hoping to bring some of that back in his search to find some common ground, but never compromising his principals.  Watching Joe get t
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Hevea Planet: Non-toxic products made solely from the rubber tree hevea. HEVEA produces sustainable, non-toxic products made solely from the rubber tree hevea. We aim to have an actual effect on how consumers all over the globe relate to what they consume, hoping that the fingerprints we leave together might be sustainable ones.
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Tiny House, Tiny Footprint. Kathleen is living in a 1987 van, hoping to inspire others to get small + reduce their environmental footprint.
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FMC | Welcome. FMC Centre for counseling and Behavioral Medicine is a 50 bedded hospital built to provide modern and comprehensive psychiatric care to the people. We aim to provide humanistic care for the patients avoiding the use of harsh methods like physical restraints and isolation cells. We also aim at the participation of the family members in the treatment, thus hoping to reduce the stigma associated with psychiatric conditions.
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Warm welcome to Hargate Primary School West Bromwich | Hargate Primary School. Hargate Primary school west midlands moving forward together with our expertise of the staff and dedicated students. Hoping for both future school and curriculum development. Here at hargate primary school learning is key.
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Give Up A Baby For Adoption | Adopt A Baby. Adopting? Build your family through adoption with Adoptimist. We connect birthmothers with parents hoping to adopt a baby.
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The Taekook Library [SEMI-HIATUS]. || inbox: CLOSED || a taehyung/jungkook fic rec blog run by shippers hoping to spread the bts maknae line love ♥ we have a tags page or use our our page for mobile users with all links and you can...
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Sufficiently Large N. Programmer, lapsed mathematician, occasional tubist, lover of board games. I sent my ten favorite puns to a joke contest, hoping one would win. Sadly, no pun in ten did. Pronouns: he/him
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GINspirations. Mama of 2. I am just a lil ol' white girl who loves to write, and talk and share, I am very blunt, and I am hoping to change someones life with my insights
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Submissive kinky Sydney boy. New to Tumblr, and trying to figure it all out... just checking things out ahd hoping to connect with Doms/Masters Kinky guys. Let me know what I should write here.
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Michelle and Scott. Michelle and Scott are a loving, active, successful couple living in Long Island, New York hoping to add a child to their family through the miracle of adoption.
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Barrel Racing. Hoping to help you know where to find races around AZ, NV, & UT
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Great Ideas On How To Master Your College Homework With Help. Hoping to overcome the challenges of doing difficult college homework? Contact our expert team today for the assistance you require to stand out.
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Organized Everyday. My personal adventure in keeping a home, having a life, and HOPING to be somewhat organized.
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This blog is not active. 15 year old girl from England, hoping to inspire others to cut out the processed carbs + artificial substances from their diet. Oh and I also want more ab definition and tumblr is one motherfucka of a...
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Capricorn Truths. The harsh truth about everything that is Capricorn. Compatibility and/or natal charts asks will be met with an answer you weren't hoping for....
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wbmrr.com | wbmrr.com Blog. Be it financial specialists, potential speculators or overall population who is hoping to begin investing, everybody gets energized the moment they have
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Plant Tribe - A Vegan Food Blog Sharing Delicious and Beautiful Vegan Recipes. Plant Tribe is a food blog that creates and shares vegan recipes, hoping to inspire you to lead a plant-based lifestyle.
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Polygamy Friends Date - Free Dating for Polygamists. Discover Polygamy Friends Date, the Completely Free Online Dating Site for Single Polygamists and those hoping to meet local Polygamists. Never pay anything.
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the Strongworks. The Strongworks is a private exercise facility in West Hartford, Connecticut that provides one-on-one, closely supervised strength training that employs a high-intensity, slow movement weight training protocol designed around multi-joint, compound exercises that safely fatigue multiple muscles at once with minimal force placed on delicate joints. Our focus is on giving our clients an incredibly time-efficient, total body exercise solution that is safe, effective and results-driven. Best of all, the protocol works equally well for everyone from the young athlete in training looking to build strength, size and power to the senior citizen hoping to maintain or recover lost mobility, strength and stamina. high-intensity training, personal training, weightlifting, weight loss, weight training, strength and conditioning, West Hartford, Connecticut, CT, Central Massachusetts, Springfield, High Intensity Training, Super Slow, Superslow, McGuff, Body By Science, BBS, RenEx, Ren-Ex, Paleo, Primal, Ken Hutchins, Slow Burn, Power of 10, Power of Ten, Drew Baye, Fred Hahn, Dr. Doug McGuff, Skyler Tanner, Exercise Solutions, strongworks, strong works, New England, Timed Static Contraction, TSC, HIT, HIIT, McGuff MD, Renaissance Exercise, Nautilus, MedX, Med-Ex, Arthur Jones, Josh Trentine, Al Coleman, slow-movement protocol
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This is a thing. Welcome to my little corner that makes me happy when the expresso depresso is served hot. Hoping to major in history and self proclaimed dork king. Also known as macaroni penguin irl (no joke)....
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Chicago Fertility Clinic Offering Hope With IVF & IUI Treatments • RMI. RMI is the premier fertility clinic in the Chicago. Since 2008, RMI has offered effective IVF & IUI treatments to couples hoping to get or stay pregnant.
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Wherever the road may take me. I'm hoping it has food, tea and internet access
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Beck! What the Heck?!. I am a solo female traveler blogging about different travel experiences around the world. Hoping to inspire anyone who follows my blog!
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On the Edge - Arts & Dance Academy Maghull. We are On the Edge - Arts & Dance Academy Maghull teaching dance, singing & acting to students hoping to increase their abilities in our weekly classes.
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Sweat, Tears & the Sea. sharing what I hope to be wisdom, works of art by myself and influences, and hoping to be a small match burning in the dark world.
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some call me beth... | art, creativity and inspiration. There are times when making art can be incredibly frustrating. It can feel like you aren't making any progress...or even like you are going backward. Sometimes I swear I am getting worse instead of better. It's like the harder I try, the worse my art seems to get. Can you relate to any of that? If so, I'm hoping the
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PaulWilsonOnline.com |. In today's post I want to talk about Solo Ads, the truth behind them, and why a lot of people struggle to see results. If you don't know what a Solo Ad is, it's basically where someone sends an email out to their list with YOUR advertisement or offer in, their subscribers click on your link, then potentially opt-in to YOUR list. You then follow up and have the "potential" to make a sale. Yes I said the "potential", as this depends on a lot of factors as I talk about in this post. I have been in the Solo Ad industry on and off for a few years, and building lists for a long time. I don't know everything there is to know about email marketing, far from it, but I have been around long enough to know things that just won't work... And I wanted to get a few points over in this post so if you decide to run Solo Ads for yourself, you know what kind of results to expect. I also want to tell you exactly how to win people over, become a fan of yours, and consequently make you MORE sales. The thing with Solo Ads is that they get "labelled" in SO many different ways. Some people say they're a bad traffic source... Some say they doesn't work... Some say they're spammy... And the list goes on. But any traffic source (free or paid), takes time to master and get results from. I have run PPC (Pay Per Click) campaigns, Facebook ads, and many other sources over the years, and each one has its own unique set of problems and frustrations that you need to overcome before seeing results. But the one thing that frustrates me the most about Solo Ads, is when people write them off because they didn't get any sales right out of the gate. This can be the case with ANY traffic source, but you really have to take it by the balls, and master it! The reason for no sales on a Solo Ad run can be any number of factors, but only a small percentage of people will buy on a first exposure to something. They don't know you at all, and you haven't filled the "good will" tank with them so why should they? As with any traffic source, Solo Ads EVEN MORE than any other traffic source, it's about bringing people into your world. You have to get people to connect with you on Facebook so they get to see what you're about. This will build trust right there. You need to send them daily emails with content that will actually help them, not just spam them your product link wondering why they aren't buying... And finally, you need to create some kind of video series so they can see you're a real person and consequently you will earn trust. (Some say this isn't compulsory, but with solo ads I believe it will help you in a BIG way to gain that trust.) If you don't get sales on the front end, it's no big deal, but you need to follow up EVERY day and do ALL the above. If you have a poor funnel, or are just sending to an affiliate funnel for which you have no control (which I see WAY too many people doing), then you're results will generally be lower. That's just the way it is as you'll be using the same funnel, and email follow ups as potentially hundreds or thousands of other affiliates, so what makes YOU different to your competition? So listen up... This business is not easy whatever traffic source you use. If it were that easy then EVERYONE would be making money hand over fist rather than the 3% that do currently. But if you are going to use Solo Ads, these are the things you MUST do... 1. Build your OWN list (which YOU have control of), NOT your affiliate programs list. 2. Follow up DAILY. 3. Create videos. 4. Create content. 5. Bring people into your world like Facebook, Instagram etc 6. Provide value, be their friend, and someone they can trust. 7. Actually help people rather than just thinking about yourself all the time. Open and click rates are MUCH lower than virtually every other traffic source money can buy, but if you do the above you will be golden... Do half of it or none of it and moan the traffic source doesn't work, then you only have yourself to blame. Ask yourself this question at every opportunity, and you will see your business from a different perspective... "What makes ME stand out, and WHY would people want to buy from ME rather than someone else?" Are you standing out, providing value, and actually helping people? Or just hiding behind your affiliate program hoping people will buy? Only YOU know the answer. There's just one last thing I want to mention in this post... If you're not getting the conversions on your landing pages or people are not clicking through, it's generally down to your funnel. Your landing page needs to be compelling, and your bridge or sales page needs to get people to take action. People on Solo lists see more offers than most other traffic sources, so why would people want to opt-in to YOUR page, or buy YOUR product? What are YOU going to do for them that they can't get elsewhere? This is just something to think about when creating your offers. Please leave me a comment below letting me know your thoughts and experiences with solo ads.
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Listening Voice Media - Bilingual teacher resources that make learning fun!. Looking for bilingual teachings resources? Hoping to learn to sing, or to become a better singer? Interested in campfire songs? My name is Denise Gagné Williamson. I am a teacher, an author and a vocal coach and I love to sing!
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💖🔪💖. "Why are you hoping to become a hero? Honor? Pride? For someone else's sake? I want to know... all about you." this is a toga fan-blog, including other villians as well as villian AU's!
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Latin American Energy Review | Intelligent debate on energy issues. Summary: Many emerging market governments – including those in Latin America -- are unwittingly promoting speculation in their renewable energy auctions, with developers and lenders getting caught up in it as well. This has a destabilizing effect on the energy sector and ultimately does not serve citizens' or investors' best interests. A brief analysis of the situation with recommendations. About the publisher: Carlos St. James is a leading advisor to energy investors, bankers and developers in at Wood plc. He is also a board member of the Latin American & Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy (LAC-CORE) and publishes the Latin American Energy Review to help generate debate on the industry's issues. He will next be speaking at the Andean Renewable Energy Congress in Bogota, Colombia, November 14-17, 2017. ============ We've seen the charts and graphs highlighting the increasingly low electricity prices obtained in renewable energy auctions in Latin America under government-sponsored power purchase agreements (PPAs). The announcement of a US$37 per megawatt-hour (MWh) bid achieved in Peru's wind auctions gets overshadowed by the $29/MWh achieved by a solar project in Chile, which in turn become old news with a winning $27/MWh price in Mexico. And so on. Energy ministries avidly compete for these headlines. Yet this push for ever-lower prices as sole determinant of success has an important distortional effect on energy markets. As it turns out, many of the lowest-priced winning bids do not get built because they are not financeable by banks (i.e., "bankable") at those prices. Those that do get built with similarly low prices operate on a razor's edge with no margin for error. This is not the ideal structure of a sound national energy matrix. "Countries will not be able to develop sound capital markets if they remain dependent on subsidized lending." The need for bankable proposals Banks typically need to see debt service coverage ratios of between 1.25-1.50 times (at P90) a project's cash flow in order to lend. But because auctions are structured to only consider lowest price as determinant of success, they result in reduced cash flow from projects and in turn lower debt service ratios – below the levels banks can approve. And so banks shy away from them, resulting in two adverse effects: continued dependence on development banks and export credit agency (ECA) guarantees to access financing, and a rise in speculation by developers, scrambling to lower the quality and warranties on technology (solar panels and wind turbines) so capital expenditures and debt is lowered. Dependance on previouly-owned or otherwise rejected equipment is on the rise. Emerging market countries will not be able to develop sound capital markets if they remain dependent on subsidized lending, and growing an energy matrix using firms who steer towards high risk solutions that don't have correspondingly high upsides (as is the case with renewable energy auctions) is like playing with fire. Sooner or later you're gonna get burned. Turkish and Argentine cases Turkey's recent wind energy auction provides an example of what's happening. See Graph A; click on images to enlarge. Eight large multinational conglomerates made initial bids for the 15-year power purchase agreements (PPAs) being offered by the energy ministry. The auction was to have a single winner. Prices in the initial round of bids were all between US$52 and 63/MWh. These were all bankable in the traditional sense: Turkey had lost its investment grade status in 2016, so these prices allowed for access to project financing at higher interest rates. Graph A: Summary of results of Turkey's renewable energy wind auction, August 2017. Data source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance and Citibank But the government included numerous additional rounds whose sole objective was to lower the price. Five of the initial eight immediately dropped out; that in itself is significant. In the end a winning price of $34.80/MWh was obtained – a 38% drop from the first round's average $56/MWh. (Bear in mind the best wind in Turkey is about 6 meters/second, roughly a wind power class of 2 or 3 -- where class 7 represents the highest wind.) This winning price is not bankable in the sense of using project financing debt as a primary source of capital. Commercial banks won't touch it without further guarantees, so it is likely to be relegated to subsidized financing from development banks. Within Latin America, there are a number of comparable examples. Let's take a quick look at an admittedly unique situation: Argentina. See Graph B. Last year's RenovAr auctions, Rounds 1 and 1.5, were eye-opening on many levels and an unequivocal success from the government's perspective. Argentina had been absent from international debt markets for about a decade and the local private sector had no experience developing or pricing renewable projects -- and it showed. On the solar side there were 20 initial bids that also participated in Round 1.5. Graph B: Summary results of solar PV bids in Argentina's RenovAr Rounds 1 and 1.5 renewable energy auctions of 2017. Data source: Argentine ministry of energy Round 1 had seen extremely wide prices ranging from US$63 to $99/MWh from this grouping; in Round 1.5 those very same projects presented new prices ranging from $48 to $59/MWh, a 31% drop on average but narrowing the range considerably. The most extreme case was a 52% drop in bid price. These bidders were essentially shooting in the dark – with the government's blessing. Save larger corporates that had access to institutional funding or were using their own balance sheets, bidders had no clear sense of cost of debt and were simply hoping to have a winning project to sell: they were speculating. The country remains dependent on development bank financing and ECA guarantees. Additional considerations Penalties for not building a winning project are typically not high; governments have decided they would rather have many market participants than simply good ones and to let market forces separate them. Three final examples from Mexico, Chile, and commercial banks: In Mexico an unexpected twist took place: the last auction resulted in such low prices that the 15-year energy PPAs had insufficient tenor to repay debt (note that Turkey's auction also has 15-year PPAs). Commercial lenders backed off after realizing they needed 18-20 years for debt to fully amortize at those prices, and so the government muscled the three national development banks to step in: institutions which, while very professional and capable, do not have significant experience in project finance nor renewables. Again: increased dependence on subsidized lending. As mentioned in an earlier analysis, Chile's current auctions allow for a six year period between signing the winning PPAs and commercial operation date. While ostensibly it allows winners more time to finish putting together their projects, it actually entices them to speculate on lower technology costs (namely cheaper solar panels). Yet too much can go wrong during this waiting period: interest rates may well rise, trade walls get built. Commercial banks are looking for ways to not miss out on the opportunities, persuading themselves the projects can be made bankable. How? By adding merchant risk, i.e., betting on spot price sales of electricity to enhance cash flows. They're allowing projects to be structured to have about three quarters of installed capacity sold under the long term fixed price PPAs -- and the remainder sold at the open spot price. Since spot prices are usually higher than the fixed price of the long term PPAs it has the effect of increasing the weighted average overall price and therefore projected cashflows. This is even being considered in Chile, which had a painful experience from lending to merchant projects as outlined in this other analysis. Increasing use of the spot price is already taking place in markets like the United States. But they aren't comparable to Latin Americas': they're much larger, more sophisticated and efficient, and have numerous ways to box in uncertainty through hedging. Latin American energy markets are only in the very early stages of shifting from managing contracts to managing energy and risk. Better ideas needed One possible solution could be in the way emerging market governments structure their auctions. Rather than seeking the lowest price, they could seek assurance of bankability (tip of the hat to Mike Eckhart at Citibank from where this idea was born). Selecting the lowest price among bankable proposals would include a balanced evaluation comprised of three legs, each weighing about a third for purposes of decision making: a financial plan that might include a letter from an accounting firm confirming its viability, or better yet, a commitment letter from a bank; a price structure that includes escalators allowing for more breathing room in the project and for ownership changes once operational that can reduce return on investment requirements; and technical evaluations: letters from independent engineering consultants stating that the projects as envisioned are indeed technically viable*. The industry's continued growth will be tested when the lowest-priced projects continue to fail at reaching financial closure -- or worse, fail outright and weaken a country's overall energy matrix. This is a very avoidable problem. *in the interest of transparency, note that I work for one such technical advisory services firm – specifically one of the largest of its kind in the world, that has worked on more than 160 GW's worth of renewable energy projects globally. Wood plc has pretty much seen it all. © Latin American Energy Review 2017 This report has been prepared by Carlos St. James for The Latin American Energy Review. The views expressed on this site are his own and do not reflect the views of Wood plc, its affiliates or business partners. This report has no regard to the specific investment objectives, financial situation or particular needs of any specific recipient. 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Tech Zone 24 – Just another WordPress site. While browsing the internet I came accross an amazing article from Semrush that I would like to share with you. If you enjoy this article then you can visit the original article using the link to the bottom of this page. You’ve heard people telling you that you need to write in-depth content because that’s what Google wants. And it’s true… the average page that ranks on page 1 of Google contains 1,890 words. But you already know that. The question is, should you be writing 2,000-word articles? 5,000? Or maybe even go crazy and create ultimate guides that are 30,000 words? What’s funny is, I have done it all. I’ve even tested out adding custom images and illustrations to these in-depth articles to see if that helps. And of course, I tested if having one super long page with tens of thousands of words or having multiple pages with 4,000 or 5,000 words is better. So, what do you think? How in-depth should your content be? Well, let’s first look at my first marketing blog, Quick Sprout. Short articles don’t rank well With Quick Sprout, it started off just like any normal blog. I would write 500 to 1,000-word blog posts and Google loved me. Just look at my traffic during January 2011. As you can see, I had a whopping 67,038 unique visitors. That’s not too bad. Even with the content being short, it did fairly well on Google over the years. But over time, more marketing blogs started to pop up, competition increased, and I had no choice but to write more detailed content. I started writing posts that were anywhere from 1,000 to a few thousand words. When I started to do that, I was able to rapidly grow my traffic from 67,038 to 115,759 in one year. That’s a 72.67% increase in traffic in just 1 year. It was one of my best years, and all I had to do was write longer content. So naturally, I kept up with the trend and continually focused on longer content. But as the competition kept increasing, my traffic started to stagnate, even though I was producing in-depth content. Here are my traffic stats for November 2012 on Quick Sprout. I understand that Thanksgiving takes place in November, hence traffic wasn’t as high as it could be. But still, there really wasn’t any growth from January to November of 2012. In other words, writing in-depth content that was a few thousand words max wasn’t working out. So what next? Well, my traffic had plateaued. I had to figure something else out. Writing longer, more in-depth content had helped me before… so I thought, why not try the 10x formula. I decided to create content 10 times longer, better, and more in-depth than everyone else. I was going to the extreme because I knew it would reduce the chance of others copying me. Plus, I was hoping that you would love it as a reader. So, on January 24, 2013, I released my first in-depth guide. It was called The Advanced Guide to SEO. It was so in-depth that it could have been a book. Literally! Heck, some say it was even better than a book as I paid someone for custom illustration work. Now let’s look at the traffic stats for January 2013 when I published the guide. As you can see my traffic really started to climb again. I went from 112,681 visitors in November to 244,923 visitors in January. Within 2 months I grew my traffic by 117%. That’s crazy!!!! The only difference: I was creating content that was so in-depth that no one else dared to copy to me (at that time). Sure, some tried and a few were able to create some great content, but it wasn’t like hundreds of competing in-depth guides were coming out each year. Not even close! Now, when I published the guide I broke it down into multiple chapters like a book because when I tested out making it one long page, it loaded so slow that the user experience was terrible. Nonetheless, the strategy was effective. So what did I do next? I created 12 in-depth guides I partnered up with other marketers and created over 280,000 words of marketing content. I picked every major subject… from online marketing to landing pages to growth hacking. I did whatever I could to generate the most traffic within the digital marketing space. It took a lot of time and money to create all 12 of these guides, but it was worth it. By January of 2014, my traffic had reached all-time highs. I was generating 378,434 visitors a month. That’s a lot for a personal blog on marketing. Heck, that’s a lot for any blog. In other words, writing 10x content that was super in-depth worked really well. Even when I stopped producing guides, my traffic, continually rose. Here’s my traffic in January 2015: And here’s January 2016 for Quick Sprout: But over time something happened. My traffic didn’t keep growing. And it didn’t stay flat either… it started to drop. In 2017, my traffic dropped for the first time. It went from 518,068 monthly visitors to 451,485. It wasn’t a huge drop, but it was a drop. And in 2018 my traffic dropped even more: I saw a huge drop in 2018. Traffic went down to just 297,251 monthly visitors. And sure, part of that is because I shifted my focus to NeilPatel.com, which has become the main place I blog now. But it’s largely that I learned something new when building up NeilPatel.com. Longer isn’t always better Similar to Quick Sprout, I have in-depth guides on NeilPatel.com. I have guides on online marketing, SEO, Google ads, Facebook ads, and the list goes on and on. If you happened to click on any of the guides above you’ll notice that they are drastically different than the ones on Quick Sprout. Here are the main differences: No fancy design – I found with the Quick Sprout experience, people love the fancy designs, but over time content gets old and outdated. To update content when there are so many custom illustrations is tough, which means you probably won’t update it as often as you should. This causes traffic to go down over time because people want to read up-to-date and relevant information. Shorter and to the point – I’ve found that you don’t need super in-depth content. The guides on NeilPatel.com rank in similar positions on Google and cap out at around 10,000 words. They are still in-depth, but I found that after 10,000 or so words there are diminishing returns. Now let’s look at the stats. Here’s the traffic to the advanced SEO guide on Quick Sprout over the last 30 days: Over 7,842 unique pageviews. There are tons of chapters and as you can see people are going through all of them. And now let’s look at the NeilPatel.com SEO guide: I spent a lot less time, energy, and money creating the guide on NeilPatel.com, yet it receives 17,442 unique pageviews per month, which is more than the Quick Sprout guide. That’s a 122% difference! But how is that possible? I know what you are thinking. Google wants people to create higher quality content that benefits people. So how is it that the NeilPatel.com one ranks higher. Is it because of backlinks? Well, the guide on Quick Sprout has 850 referring domains: And the NeilPatel.com has 831 referring domains: Plus, they have similar URL ratings and domain ratings according to Ahrefs so that can’t be it. So, what gives? Google is a machine. It doesn’t think with emotions, it uses logic. While we as a user look at the guide on Quick Sprout and think that it looks better and is more in-depth, Google focuses on the facts. See, Google doesn’t determine if one article is better than another by asking people for their opinion. Instead, they look at the data. For example, they can look at the following metrics: Time on site – which content piece has a better time on site? Bounce rate – which content piece has the lowest bounce rate? Back button – does the article solve all of the visitors’ questions and concerns? So much so they visitor doesn’t have to hit the back button and go back to Google to find another web page? And those are just a few things that Google looks at from their 200+ ranking factors. Because of this, I took a different approach to NeilPatel.com, which is why my traffic has continually gone up over time. Instead of using opinion and spending tons of energy creating content that I think is amazing, I decided to let Google guide me. With NeilPatel.com, my articles range from 2,000 to 3,000 words. I’ve tried articles with 5,000+ words, but there is no guarantee that the more in-depth content will generate more traffic or that users will love it. Now to clarify, I’m not trying to be lazy. Instead, I’m trying to create amazing content while being short and to the point. I want to be efficient with both my time and your time while still delivering immense value. Here’s the process I use to ensure I am not writing tons of content that people don’t want to read. Be data driven Because there is no guarantee that an article or blog post will do well, I focus on writing amazing content that is 2,000 to 3,000-words long. I stick within that region because it is short enough where you will read it and long enough that I can go in-depth enough to provide value. Once I release a handful of articles, I then look to see which ones you prefer based on social shares and search traffic. Now that I have a list of articles that are doing somewhat well, I log into Google Search Console and find those URLs. You can find a list of URLs within Google Search Console by clicking on “Search Traffic” and then “Search Analytics”. You’ll see a screen load that looks something like this: From there you’ll want to click on the “pages” button. You should be looking at a screen that looks similar to this: Find the pages that are gaining traction based on total search traffic and social shares and then click on them (you can input URLs into Shared Count to find out social sharing data). Once you click on the URL, you’ll want to select the “Queries” icon to see which search terms people are finding that article from. Now go back to your article and make it more in-depth. And when I say in-depth, I am not talking about word count like I used to focus on at Quick Sprout. Instead, I am talking depth… did the article cover everything that the user was looking for? If you can cover everything in 3,000 words then you are good. If not, you’ll have to make it longer. The way you do this is by seeing which search queries people are using to find your articles (like in the screenshot above). Keep in mind that people aren’t searching Google in a deliberate effort to land on your site… people use Google because they are looking for a solution to their problem. Think of those queries that Google Search Console is showing you as “questions” people have. If your article is in-depth enough to answer all of those questions, then you have done a good job. If not, you’ll have to go more in-depth. In essence, you are adding more words to your article, but you aren’t adding fluff. You’re not keyword stuffing either. You are simply making sure to cover all aspects of the subject within your article. This is how you write in-depth articles and not waste your time (or money) on word count. And that’s how I grew NeilPatel.com without writing too many unnecessary words. Conclusion If you are writing 10,000-word articles you are wasting your time. Heck, even articles over 5,000 words could be wasting your time if you are only going after as many words as possible and adding tons of fluff along the way. You don’t know what people want to read. You’re just taking a guess. The best approach is to write content that is amazing and within the 2,000 word to 3,000-word range. Once you publish the content, give it a few months and then look at search traffic as well as social sharing data to see what people love. Take those articles and invest more resources into making them better and ultimately more in-depth (in terms of quality and information, not word count). The last thing you want to do is write in-depth articles on subjects that very few people care about. Just look at the Advanced Guide to SEO on Quick Sprout… I made an obvious mistake. I made it super in-depth on “advanced SEO”. But when you search Google for the term “SEO” and you scroll to the bottom to see related queries you see this… People are looking for the basics of SEO, not advanced SEO information. In Conclusion If you would certainly such as to check out even more short articles on search engine optimization after that feel cost-free to search our various other articles. We have many more curated write-ups from semrush as well as I wish you delight in reading them. link to original source
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