Thursday, 19 November 2015

TrafficBonus - - - - - Traffic Exchange





Main Features

  • Free to join (No need any investment)
  • 3:1 Surf Ratio
  • Manual Surfing
  • 9 seconds Surf-timer
  • Promote up-to 5 websites


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TrafficG - - - - - Traffic Exchange


TrafficG - Targeted Traffic Exchange
 



Main attractive features of this site

  • Free join (no joining fee)
  • 1:1 hit exchange ratio
  • Manual 20 seconds surfing
  • 23 languages supported contests
  • Promote unlimited sites
 


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FreeHit Xchange


Get Free Visitors Every 20 Seconds
I love this site


Main attractive features of this site
  • 1:1 Surf Ratio
  • Manual Surfing
  • 20 seconds surf-timer
  • 15 sites allowed for traffic exchange 
  • Suffered 1000 sites and receive $0.30 cash
  • Get 10 credits extra on suffering every 25 sites.

How it works...!

Each site you view rewards you with a visitor to your website. You can surf as much as you want and receive unlimited free traffic to your website.

This increases the number of visitors who actually view your website.


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Firefox addons for seo


Best Firefox addons for SEO

(Search Engine Optimization)



These addons use for off-page seo :


  • Download Statusbar
  • Flagfox
  • Tabmix Plus
  • Autofill Forms
  • SEO Status PageRank/Alexa Toolbar
  • CopyAllURLs
  • PageRank
  • SEO Analysis
  • URL Lister
  • Page Rank Checker
  • CopyURLs
  • Tab Counter


https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/collections/luckyboy113/seo/

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Social Bookmarking sites



Social Bookmarking Sites:

1 to 104


Social Bookmarking sites where you need to put your links to promote your business.
Here you can find social bookmarking sites according to your need for your work.......


  1. google.com/bookmarks
  2. twitter.com
  3. slashdot.org
  4. tumblr.com
  5. reddit.com
  6. digg.com
  7. furl.net
  8. dmoz.org
  9. delicious.com
  10. citeulike.org
  11. folkd.com
  12. tweetmeme.com
  13. php.brickhost.com/forums/
  14. polypat.org
  15. hotklix.com
  16. Scrubtheweb.com
  17. freeprwebdirectory.com
  18. lebweb.com
  19. kormidlo.cz
  20. almapubliclibrary.org
  21. tipd.com
  22. del.icio.us
  23. jumptags.com
  24. wirefan.com
  25. buddymarks.com
  26. bizsugar.com
  27. designfloat.com
  28. pusha.se
  29. newsmeback.com
  30. fwisp.com
  31. dotpoch.com
  32. wists.com
  33. scoopit.co.nz
  34. forum.mangastream.com/
  35. forum.tufat.com/
  36. busybits.com
  37. egyptsearch.com
  38. cy-sd.com
  39. somuch.com
  40. fes-jordan.com
  41. tagenie.com
  42. forum.frevvo.com/forum/index.php
  43. forum.barrowdowns.com/
  44. rdirectory.net
  45. sdrtin.com
  46. bulldogblog.net
  47. polypat.org
  48. yekey.com
  49. lublin-online.com
  50. auhana.com
  51. nuoret.org
  52. mavicanet.com
  53. codeclassic.net
  54. websites4smallbusiness.net
  55. linkarena.com
  56. youmob.com
  57. sponter.com
  58. malaysiastory.com
  59. yoomark.com
  60. hibo5k.com
  61. synergyproject.org
  62. business-planet.net
  63. postolia.com
  64. gegants.cat/forum/index.php
  65. gri-network.com/index.php
  66. jkbdf999.com
  67. directory.ldmstudio.com
  68. atgear.com
  69. sabuco.org
  70. gateway-worldwide.com
  71. humsurfer.com
  72. jetdonkey.com
  73. kojaxx.com
  74. kwzz.com
  75. solinkable.com
  76. enexpress.net
  77. newskicks.com
  78. segnalo.virgilio.it
  79. dig.gr
  80. netzdinger.ch/netzrechnen/Forum/index.php
  81. la-genealogie-entre-amis.com/forum/index.php
  82. forum.iphonesoft.fr/index.php
  83. stm32circle.com/forum/index.php
  84. brokencontrollers.com/
  85. directory.seo-supreme.com
  86. mytitbits.com
  87. thuhm.com
  88. bestofindya.com
  89. justartic.com
  90. blogcharts.net
  91. worldoftags.com
  92. darma.pl/index.php
  93. southernsupermoto.net/
  94. activa.portbb.com/
  95. 3atp.org/forum/index.php
  96. coloradosph.org
  97. yapod.com
  98. gaddiposh.com
  99. bookmarkriver.info
  100. jetkitty.com
  101. sticktothis.com
  102. eggig.com
  103. openfaves.com
  104. diigo.com
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AJAX Pagerank Checker Review

AJAX Page-rank Checker Review





Pagerank Checker is an ajax pagerank checking website that is as simple as it gets when it comes to checking a url’s current Pagerank. I’ve used dozens of free websites and tools that check Pagerank, many of which were effective tools and they did their job. However, this particular website has unmatched speed when it comes to checking a website active rank.


What Makes It Special?

Hopefully, the majority of webmasters are familiar with, or have some experience with AJAX and its way of loading queries without reloading or refreshing the page. PRChecker.net is the only Pagerank checking website that uses this perfectly, it continuously searches as your typing, so by the time your request is in text you have the result. This function has cut out nearly 99% of loading time that everyone is accustomed to.

Simply begin typing the URL into the form and the tool will begin pulling the current data from Google. The service also offers a Pagerank badge generator that allows you to proudly display your rank on any website.

Let us know what you think of this particular Pagerank checking service in the comments below!

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Check-Domains – Best Free Website Analyzer

Check-Domains – Best Free Website Analyzer







Check-Domains.com is one of the most complete, free, website analysis tools that I’ve used. It offers endless listings for ranks and other website statistics that make-up a websites authority and value. The tools primarily analyze the statistical data revolving around various search engines SEO and SMO needs. You simply enter the URL you wish to collection information on and within a few seconds of query initiation you will have all the data you could possible want.



Free Services


The results are over overwhelmingly efficient when it comes to comparing this free set of tools to others. You can monitor everything from search engine optimization effectiveness to social media statistics and influence. Below is a ‘short’ list of the main abilities of Check-Domains.com.

IP’s and Hosting: Displays the hosting ISP, registrar, Country, City, and IP.
Indexed Pages: Shows how many pages are indexed per search engine; Google, Yahoo, and Bing.
Meta Tags: Exhibits the website keywords, description, and title.
Backlinks: The number of backlinks each search engine has indexed; Google, Yahoo, and Bing.
Domain Age: Shows the date your website was first visible and the overall age.
PageRank: Displays the current and predicted PageRank.
Complete Rank: Reveals a 5 month history graph of your sites Complete rank.
Alexa Rank: Shows the current Alexa rank and current Alexa reach.
SEOmoz Rank: Your current MozRank, total links, external links, domain MozRank, page and domain authority.

Service Costs

Well there are no services costs for the information mentioned above, as well as much more. That’s what makes this free set of tools so exceptional for webmaster usage. It encompasses almost every major aspect of websites and yet there is no cost other than time and a bit of reading. If you have any comments or questions about the service please let us know in the comments below.





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Google Analytics Finally Gets Mobile App

Google Analytics Finally Gets Mobile App







At long last, the Google Analytics team has announced an official Google Analytics mobile app. There are nearly a dozen apps in the Google Play store that use the Google Analytics API to display reports and other dashboards.

The app uses a swipe-gesture interface to switch between screens that include access to multiple reports for all your Google Analytics profiles, including real-time analytics, all your dashboard stats and even goal alerts, all on-the-go.

"Our users have been asking us for a Google Analytics app for some time now, and we're so excited to make it available today on Android," said Peng Li, a software engineer at Google. "This project has been a real labor of love, and we're thrilled that users can start downloading the app today."

Earlier today, the Analytics team also announced Mobile App Analytics. With their newly release app, you can now check your mobile app's analytics with the Google Analytics mobile app.

The Google Analytics app is available in the Google Play store. For how long have you been waiting for this app? When you download it, sound off in the comments below.




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1 to 20 Link Building Strategies


Link Building Strategies




Links matter. There's no debate links are a big signal of quality to search engines, so you need to know your ABCs.

Whether you're starting from scratch or looking to further enhance your link profile, links remain a critical method of marketing. However, if you've been paying attention, you can see that link building is a constantly evolving practice.

Certain tactics are overused then abused then penalized, with link builders running around trying to undo damage from techniques that worked well but maybe weren't 100 percent safe ideas.

What follows is a list and discussion of 20 link building tactics, some of which worked just as well 10 years ago as they do today.



Start With the Basics


Ah, the basics...these are the tactics that can form the foundations of any link building campaign, no matter what your niche or budget. The basics don't tend to change and they're critical to understand so that you can move on to more advanced and creative techniques.


1. Email a webmaster, asking for a link to your site. Personalizing your emails is critical here (think about how many emails you get every day) so make sure you're actually emailing webmasters who have sites that are relevant to yours, and, even more importantly, make sure that your site is actually link-worthy. We're all busy people and no one wants to waste time so if it's not a good place for a link to you, don't waste anyone's time.

2. Use the phone. Picking up the phone to do the same thing as listed above is also acceptable for those of us who aren't averse to having to speak to another human being for work matters.

3. Find great sources for links by simply searching the web for your desired target keywords. Whereas even a year ago I would have said that sites appearing high in the SERPs would be good sites to contact, due to the truly amazing amount of spam and hacked sites that appear high up for certain search terms, I'd say you need to visit the sites with a very careful eye. Whereas we used to think that getting a link from any source was a good idea, after Google started notifying webmasters that they had bad links which should be removed, I'd say to be very, very critical.

4. Use social media to find great sources for links. There are loads of tools that can help with this (my favorite is Icerocket) but simply going to Twitter and searching for a keyword in the same way that you search through an engine's results can show you some fantastic link opportunities.

5. Make the link negotiation personal. Even if you've emailed to ask for a link, don't be opposed to speaking to this benevolent webmaster by phone, or in person if that works out. Sometimes this personal connection can be what secures your link.

6. Know what makes a site a good linking partner. If you've been building links for a long time, you can probably easily glance at a site and, in under a minute, determine whether it would be a beneficial linking partner. However, for the rest of the world, it's not so easy. Know what makes me like a site more than anything else? Social love. If I see a blog post that is relevant to my topic, has ongoing relevant comments, a decent amount of tweets/likes/shares, that's a good site to me because I'm thinking about traffic.

7. Think about traffic! Think about sites that can send you relevant traffic, not just sites that might improve your rankings. If you can see yourself going to that site, seeing your link, clicking on it, and thinking "nice, this is just what I wanted!" then yes, that's a good traffic-generating site most likely.

8. Stop thinking about rankings and Google's Toolbar PageRank. Rankings definitely matter but considering the amount of places that can send you traffic (like social media sites, sites that link to you, sites where you guest post, etc.) it's silly to rely on rankings in one engine. Stop thinking that a link from a site with a PR of 0 won't help you, and that a link from a site with a PR of 5 definitely will.

9. Check to see what your competitors are doing. While this should never be a definitive way to define your own link plan, it's valuable to see what works for others in your niche. Just don't think that you can mimic a competitor's link profile and do as well as they have. It's definitely not that simple.

10. Make sure your site isn't hurting you. Many times we think that with the right links, our sites will soar in the rankings, even though they are usability nightmares with nothing real to offer anyone that can't be found elsewhere.

11. Check out the sites that link to you and find the sites they link to. Sounds convoluted, but it's a great way to figure out other good sites to contact.

12. If you get a link from a fantastic site that is exactly the type of site you want to link to you, after congratulating yourself on this achievement, do some digging and find out who else links to that site. Those may also be good sites to contact for links.

13. Search for sites that should link to you but don't. If you find a blog post entitled "Top 100 companies that sell green widgets" and you sell green widgets but aren't listed, contact the webmaster and point this out. Nicely, of course.

14. Don't automate if you can help it. There are times when automation can be a lifesaver but when it comes to reviewing a site and making a personal connection that leads to a link, I'd make the decision to do it all manually.

15. If you receive a negative response, regard this as very important, as these refusals could be telling you something. Perhaps your site isn't as link-worthy as you thought it was. If a webmaster takes the time to email you back and say no thanks, ask him or her why. Maybe you'll uncover an error that is glaring to everyone but yourself. Regard this as a fantastic usability opportunity. Also, if a webmaster points out something fixable and you fix it, maybe you'll get that link in the end.

16. If you move your site to a new URL, surely you'll 301 it but for the maximum linky benefit, do yourself a favor and contact the sites (especially the really good ones) that link to you to point out your new URL.

17. Sponsor something. Sponsor a charity, a contest, an afterschool club at your kid's school, anything.

18. Learn to love the nofollowed link. There's more to life than link juice. Nofollows can be amazing for traffic so if someone says yes, I'll link to you but I have to nofollow it, say thanks.

19. See who links to YouTube videos that relate to your industry and ask them for a link.

20. In that same line of thought, see who links to infographics in your niche. Ask them for a link.






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21 to 30 Link Building Strategies

Link Building Strategies


Become a Content Provider


If you aren't putting content out there for consumption, you stand little chance of acquiring links. People use the web to gather information, and if you aren't giving it to them, someone else (your competitor) definitely is.

I know that many people who are fantastic communicators and great thinkers often don't believe that they can write anything of value. However, as we'll point out to start off, practice is the key here.

21. Write something even if you're not yet very good at it. The more you practice, the better you'll be.

22. Write something really, really good, something that no one else has yet written. Put a new spin on what you want to say so that it will grab people's attention. For example, if you're writing about pest control (and for the record I do not work with any pest control clients), then maybe write a piece about how you're never more than a few feet away from a spider. Shivers.

22. Think about an ongoing content plan and write so that it's easy to write a follow-up piece. Series are great, regular guest post slots are great, and knowing what your "thing" is can definitely be great. For example, for my agency's blog, we've decided that we want to show how we think about links. We have a group of employees who are from extremely diverse backgrounds and we've had a lot of success with blog posts that do more than tell you how to contact a webmaster and get a link. Our "thing" is creative thinking about what we do for a living.

23. Produce something other than just textual content. Do an infographic or create a comic. Produce videos where you do things like interview people in your industry (hey, look how far it took Jonathan Allen!) Start a weekly online radio show. That kind of non-text-based content does get links.

24. Actively pursue new opportunities for contributing to your industry. Maybe you can moderate a forum or help curate a weekly newsletter. Maybe you can provide fantastic answers on Quora.

25. Find something that's missing and jump into giving it to us. No forum for your industry? Start one. Looking for a list of all the preschools in your town but can't find one? Do the research, write it, and put it out there for everyone to see and link to.

26. Do one major article that will become the definitive resource for something and that can be (and will be) updated on a semi-annual or annual basis. Think Rae Hoffman-Dolan's amazing series "Link Building With The Experts."

27. Create a curated list for something. Think about your industry and what you have trouble keeping up with.

28. Produce a monthly "best of" series to recap what's happened in your industry in case people missed something.

29. Reference your older articles when they're relevant. Michael Gray does a great job of this with his archived posts tweets.

30. Make sure that when you do promote your content, the right people are seeing it at the right time. If you're publishing an article about the best pizza delivery in New York, don't publish it when everyone on the East Coast is sound asleep. There are great scheduling tools out there, so use them if you can't promote content at the right time.


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31 to 40 Link Building Strategies

Link Building Strategies

Leave Your Links Everywhere


Well, not everywhere maybe, but links can be a calling card if used wisely. Some of these cross over with the above section on providing content. This is the same idea as any other marketing really; you want as many eyeballs as possible on your product.

31. Link to your site in your email signature.

32. Link to your site in all your social media platforms.

33. Link to your site on your business cards that you will naturally give out at industry events.

34. Tell people about your site. You'd be surprised at how much of a resource this can be.

35. Comment on relevant blogs and sites without doing so in a spammy manner. I wouldn't suggest popping your link into a casual comment because that's not a good way to build long-term link exposure, but using your site for your comment signature can lead people to you, even if it doesn't actually generate a link on the spot.

36. As mentioned earlier, guest post. Ask to guest post. Approach sites and say hey, would you be interested in having me as a one-time contributor? Be prepared with something though, in case you're asked for an idea or a writing sample.

37. Interview someone. Interviewees usually link back to these interviews, and they're a great way to get to know people in your industry.

38. Write a testimonial or a review of a product.

39. Leave reviews for local businesses you've visited on sites like Yelp.

40. Give feedback online through social media. If you like an article, tweet that to the writer. If you had a great hotel stay, put it on their Facebook page.



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Some SEO Terms You Should Know

Some SEO Terms You Should Know

If you have a website or blog, or if you work with anything related to the Internet, you’ll certainly need to know a bit about search engine optimization (SEO). A good way to get started is to familiarize yourself with the most common terms of the trade, and below you’ll find 20 of them. (For those who already know SEO, consider this post as a refresher!).


SEM: Stands for Search Engine Marketing, and as the name implies it involves marketing services or products via search engines. SEM is divided into two main pillars: SEO and PPC. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, and it is the practice of optimizing websites to make their pages appear in the organic search results. PPC stands for Pay-Per-Click, and it is the practice of purchasing clicks from search engines. The clicks come from sponsored listings in the search results.

Backlink: Also called inlink or simply link, it is an hyperlink on another website pointing back to your own website. Backlinks are important for SEO because they affect directly the PageRank of any web page, influencing its search rankings.

PageRank: PageRank is an algorithm that Google uses to estimate the relative important of pages around the web. The basic idea behind the algorithm is the fact that a link from page A to page B can be seen as a vote of trust from page A to page B. The higher the number of links (weighted to their value) to a page, therefore, the higher the probability that such page is important.

Linkbait: A linkbait is a piece of web content published on a website or blog with the goal of attracting as many backlinks as possible (in order to improve one’s search rankings). Usually it’s a written piece, but it can also be a video, a picture, a quiz or anything else. A classic example of linkbait are the “Top 10″ lists that tend to become popular on social bookmarking sites.

Link farm: A link farm is a group of websites where every website links to every other website, with the purpose of artificially increasing the PageRank of all the sites in the farm. This practice was effective in the early days of search engines, but today they are seeing as a spamming technique (and thus can get you penalized).

Anchor text: The anchor text of a backlink is the text that is clickable on the web page. Having keyword rich anchor texts help with SEO because Google will associate these keywords with the content of your website. If you have a weight loss blog, for instance, it would help your search rankings if some of your backlinks had “weight loss” as their anchor texts.

NoFollow: The nofollow is a link attribute used by website owners to signal to Google that they don’t endorse the website they are linking to. This can happen either when the link is created by the users themselves (e.g., blog comments), or when the link was paid for (e.g., sponsors and advertisers). When Google sees the nofollow attribute it will basically not count that link for the PageRank and search algorithms.

Link Sculpting: By using the nofollow attribute strategically webmasters were able to channel the flow of PageRank within their websites, thus increasing the search rankings of desired pages. This practice is no longer effective as Google recently change how it handles the nofollow attribute.

Title Tag: The title tag is literally the title of a web page, and it’s one of the most important factors inside Google’s search algorithm. Ideally your title tag should be unique and contain the main keywords of your page. You can see the title tag of any web page on top of the browser while navigating it.

Meta Tags: Like the title tag, meta tags are used to give search engines more information regarding the content of your pages. The meta tags are placed inside the HEAD section of your HTML code, and thus are not visible to human visitors.

Search Algorithm: Google’s search algorithm is used to find the most relevant web pages for any search query. The algorithm considers over 200 factors (according to Google itself), including the PageRank value, the title tag, the meta tags, the content of the website, the age of the domain and so on.

SERP: Stands for Search Engine Results Page. It’s basically the page you’ll get when you search for a specific keyword on Google or on other search engines. The amount of search traffic your website will receive depends on the rankings it will have inside the SERPs.

Sandbox: Google basically has a separate index, the sandbox, where it places all newly discovered websites. When websites are on the sandbox, they won’t appear in the search results for normal search queries. Once Google verifies that the website is legitimate, it will move it out of the sandbox and into the main index.

Keyword Density: To find the keyword density of any particular page you just need to divide the number of times that keyword is used by the total number of words in the page. Keyword density used to be an important SEO factor, as the early algorithms placed a heavy emphasis on it. This is not the case anymore.

Keyword Stuffing: Since keyword density was an important factor on the early search algorithms, webmasters started to game the system by artificially inflating the keyword density inside their websites. This is called keyword stuffing. These days this practice won’t help you, and it can also get you penalized.

Cloaking: This technique involves making the same web page show different content to search engines and to human visitors. The purpose is to get the page ranked for specific keywords, and then use the incoming traffic to promote unrelated products or services. This practice is considering spamming and can get you penalized (if not banned) on most search engines.

Web Crawler: Also called search bot or spider, it’s a computer program that browses the web on behalf of search engines, trying to discover new links and new pages. This is the first step on the indexation process.

Duplicate Content: Duplicate content generally refers to substantive blocks of content within or across domains that either completely match other content or are appreciably similar. You should avoid having duplicate content on your website because it can get you penalized.

Canonical URL: Canonicalization is a process for converting data that has more than one possible representation into a “standard” canonical representation. A canonical URL, therefore, is the standard URL for accessing a specific page within your website. For instance, the canonical version of your domain might be http://www.domain.com instead of http://domain.com.

Robots.txt: This is nothing more than a file, placed in the root of the domain, that is used to inform search bots about the structure of the website. For instance, via the robots.txt file it’s possible to block specific search robots and to restrict the access to specific folders of section inside the website.


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Google Search Tricks

10 Cool Google Search Tricks



Browsing through the web this week I came across another interesting post covering 10 cool Google search tricks. Here is what they included on the list:


  • How to search different file formats (keyword filetype:doc)
  • How to search educational resources (keyword site:.edu)
  • Finding the meaning of words and abbreviations (define:keyword)
  • Finding the time of any location (time new york)
  • Finding the weather of any location (california weather)
  • Tracking commentary of live events (cricket)
  • Using Google as a calculator (9 * 10)
  • Converting currencies (1 USD in EUR)
  • Tracking stocks (stocks:MSFT)
  • Finding faces (add imgtype=face to the URL)

Some of these tricks I was familiar with, others I was not. Most are pretty interesting anyway, and they illustrator the breadth of scope that Google is achieving lately.

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Expected dates of google page rank update 2012

Expected dates of Google 

page rank update 2012






Page rank is Google’s view of importance of a web page. Having a Higher Page Rank means Google considers your webpage more in SERP results than your counterparts, there by getting you more traffic & amp ;  more money. It is not the only factor that determines rankings in search results, but it can be important.




Google PageRank Update history – year 2012

On February 7th, 2012 Google has released an major update and the PRs had changed considerably for several webmasters.

Google updates its PageRank throughout the year but major updates happen four times a year .The time frame in between every page rank update is around 3 months.There may be some minor updates in between.
Next Google PageRank Update Expected dates for year 2012:


February 7th, 2012 [Google Page Rank Update - Completed]

April 24th, 2012 [Google Page Rank Update - Completed]

July-August 10th, 2012

October-November 14′th, 2012    



There are millions of websites around the web and if you want to be on the top of all in your niche, then it’s important for you to get a Good PageRank. Here’s a list of Dofollow social Bookmarking websites that can help you improve PageRank.

If you want to learn more about PageRank and about SEO in general, I suggest SEOmoz – they have a great beginner’s guide.

Note: These Page Rank Update dates are an approx estimate itself, they may deviate.But I’m sure there will be around the expected time frame




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