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Electrum - Simply the best thin Bitcoin client

The best, cutting edge thin Bitcoin wallet.
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Thin bitcoin client that I can run on a headless server.

I am looking for a thin bitcoin client that I can put on a linux server that would allow me to call commands such as "getbalance" just like bitcoind json - rpc calls but without the bloat of the blockchain. Any body know of a console wallet that can do this?
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Android wallet integration

Hey,
As a developer trying to keep up with the times; I've started a pet project for an spv / thin bitcoin client ( https://github.com/ehanoc/xwallet).
I really like monero, and I would like to add it next. But as I understand, monero's underlying architecture is quite different than bitcoin 's.
Is there a way to not download the whole chain to work with it?
Is connecting to a remote node really the best option?
Any docs on this?
Thanks a million
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Does Chrome's Ledger wallet application use a remote server (like electrum) of the Ledger company, or is the Chrome wallet app an independent thin client that connects directly to the Bitcoin network and does not rely on Ledger company's servers?

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Does Chrome's Ledger wallet application use a remote server (like electrum) of the Ledger company, or is the Chrome wallet app an independent thin client that connects directly to the Bitcoin network and does not rely on Ledger company's servers? /r/Bitcoin

Does Chrome's Ledger wallet application use a remote server (like electrum) of the Ledger company, or is the Chrome wallet app an independent thin client that connects directly to the Bitcoin network and does not rely on Ledger company's servers? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Moving Bitcoins from Bitcoin Core client to thin client

So I haven't really touched my bitcoin in half a year or so. I want to move from the core client to a thin client now since my disk space is at a premium.
My bitcoin qt client hasn't been sync'd for half a year. Is my only choice to sync it, then send the funds to a thin wallet?
EDIT: Title should say Bitcoin-qt, I guess things changed since I've been away and things are called Bitcoin Core now. EDIT2: Exported the keys and sent the BTC to an Electrum wallet. Here's my steps in case anyone else needs it.
To export a private key from your bitcoin-qt client (bitcoin-0.8.6-win32 for me):
  1. launch your bitcoin client as usual, don't need to wait for block chain to sync
  2. Click Help > Debug Window > Console
  3. Console > walletpassphrase [your walletpassphrase here] [600 (timeout in sec)] (Unlocks your wallet for 600 sec)
  4. Console > dumpprivkey [receving ADDRESS] (this will return the private key, you can copy it now; ensure you clear your clipboard/history afterwards)
  5. Console > walletlock
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: This ICO wants you to pay $800 for a "thin-client android PC" and then pay them with their coins to download Moar RAM /r/pcmasterrace

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: This ICO wants you to pay $800 for a submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Was using bitcoin-qt on OSX, blockchain got corrupted and now it is impossibly big to re-download, what thin clients can I import my wallet.dat into?? OSX 10.7.5. I already tried electrum and looks like I'd have to build it from github, can't figure it out. please help.

Send help! is there a safe way I could download a torrent of the blockchain? i tried to reindex the blockchain (after my harddrive got unplugged while bitcoin-qt was running) and it looks like it would literally take a week of spinning my poor laptop fan balls out.
edit: wallet.dat is encrypted and safely backed up.
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Does a thin client testnet wallet exist which allows offline signing? /r/Bitcoin

Does a thin client testnet wallet exist which allows offline signing? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Open Bitcoin Grid - My take on Mining Monopoly and Thin Clients

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An SPV (thin) client, like Multibit, with bitcoind/bitcoin-cli commands?

As the blockchain gets bigger, more and more people will opt for a thin client, but some Bitcoin users need bitcoind commands for their automated services. Is the full client the only way to use these commands, or is there an SPV client out, or being developed, with similar functionality?
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Local, Thin client? /r/Bitcoin

Local, Thin client? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Request For Comments: Hybrid Thick/Thin Client /r/Bitcoin_Classic

Request For Comments: Hybrid Thick/Thin Client /Bitcoin_Classic submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Is there a Cydia iPhone thin-client wallet? (x-post /r/bitcoin)

Is there a Cydia iPhone thin-client wallet? (x-post /bitcoin) submitted by vgambit to BitcoinWallet [link] [comments]

BITC: a new SPV bitcoin client for linux/mac, thin..

BITC: a new SPV bitcoin client for linux/mac, thin.. submitted by mzt1 to BitcoinWallet [link] [comments]

BTC and Public Traded Companies, match made in heaven or the end of a decentralised BTC?

BTC and Public Traded Companies, match made in heaven or the end of a decentralised BTC?

Current BTC holdings of public trade companies as per Oct 13th, 2020.
''A new survey commissioned by crypto asset insurance company, Evertas, a cryptocurrency insurance firm, found that institutional investors plan to significantly increase their stakes in Bitcoin (BTC) and other digital assets in the future. - Cointelegraph
In recent years we've seen institutional adoption of Crypto increase severly, to the point currently that Grayscale is buying on behalf of its customers so much BTC it could lead to shortages. Investors and hedge funds are currently looking for a hedge against the dollar as macro instability and unprecedented monetary stimulus is taking place. According to the financial consultancy group DeVere group, the bullish activity of BTC during the crisis has led to believe that BTC could replace save haven assets like gold in the future. In terms of price action this could lead to a significant increase in the price of BTC and other crypto assets, but do we want institutional investment from a fundamental point of view?
Why was BTC created?
Satoshi Nakamoto created BTC to counter the fractional reserve banking system which creates money out of thin air, resulting in a weakened currency over time (inflation). Bitcoin and Blockchain are created in such a way that everyone can be their own bank, away from the government and third parties, due to the decentralized P2P network. Satoshi saw that during the financial crisis of 2008 banks could not be trusted, and acted on that.
12 years forward we see these financial institutions getting involved in BTC, buying up large sums of BTC and offering financial instruments to their clients like derivates or shares like Grayscale. This creates a third party as transactions now run through these institutions. This goes against the fundamentals of BTC of 'cutting out the middle man'. Furthermore, it creates large entities or 'whales' of institutions who can manipulate the price in their favor by buying or selling large portions of BTC. They have easy access through cheap funds, because for example the Fed Funds Rate has been extremely low for quite some time.
12 years ago the battle against big financial corporations and their unethical way of doing business has started, and it seems like they're up for round 2.
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Have you seen Durov's Rules for Living? Share your own Rules for Success and win a Reward!

Have you seen this? Illuminating, as Dumbledore would say.
Anyways, we have come across this exclusive interview with the elusive Bitcoin (of course, it can talk, why? Do you think we just came up with this out of thin air?)
Bitcoin is one of the most successful beings in this universe - we all admire its career. Here are some rules it/he/she/they lives by.
"As I’m turning 11, everybody keeps asking me: how did I get to be so cool? I’ve asked the same question of other successful coins, like Ethereum or whatever, and here's what you should do. Or shouldn't - I don't really care:
  1. AVOID high network fees. Haha, yes, ETH, talking about you. The thing is network fees are addictive and make you less usable and visually less desirable. What? Humans don't have them? Weird.
  2. Fluctuate a LOT. Fluctuation is when your value repairs itself. How do you expect me to grow if you don't let me blow? What? Humans don't... Oh ffs.
  3. Do NOT reveal anything. Who is my creator? Well, who is yours?
  4. Be ACCEPTED. It's good to be liked by people. When it's your name on the sticker "Bla accepted here" - then and only then are you successful.
  5. LIMIT yourself. There should be only 21 million of you.
  6. Do NOT eat pizza. Unless it's bought with me. Then eat only pizza.
  7. Live ALONE. Bitcoin is King, other coins don't exist. Say it with me."
Inspired by this interview, we have come up with some rules of our own: check them!
  1. To have money - make money
  2. To be a successful company - gain many clients
  3. Don't fall for scams
  4. Spend less, earn more
  5. Get profit, not losses
  6. Partner up with someone big. Microsoft seems like a good partner. Amazon's nice too.
  7. Accept crypto payments!
After these rays of wisdom, we turn to you for more insights!
Share your success stories - and the best one gets published in our blog!
Also, the best story wins $100 bucks from us - to throw away - cause who needs them when ya so successful?
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Watch out for this! - We Coach Crypto

This is the sketch; fake companies are being set up on the basis that they are an investment platform that will turn your investment, let’s say £3000 into £50,000 in 2 months and you can withdraw it after 60 days (or something similar).
So, a nice bit of sales patter and the thought of this amazing opportunity makes you say YES, here comes mistake number 1.
You send them the money (usually they want it in Bitcoin because it’s harder to trace) and then the journey begins.
They will send you beautifully crafted fortnightly or monthly reports showing these unbelievable gains on your investment.
You are walking down the road with a spring in your step thinking, I’m in the money!
They then ask you to top up your current investment to make even more money, with even better gains, so you add more cash to the investment and you see even more attractive reports until you either run out of money or say no, enough is enough, I can’t put any more into this.
They will also try tactics against you by saying that it will affect your current investment if you don’t add more money and use pressurising tactics to make you feel stupid if you don’t add more money.
Next comes judgement day, you are ready to withdraw all this wonderful cash that this fairy tale company have created for you from thin air and here comes the genius part from the scammer, they say you can’t withdraw your money till you pay the commission to the company and despite your efforts to get your cash out, they will say, that is just how it works, it’s in the small print and unfortunately you cannot withdraw any funds until they receive that payment.
So, now you are looking at this lovely (imaginary) £50,000 that you think actually exists and what a great deal, now you only need to pay somewhere between 10–15% to get it. (most people smell that something fishy is going on at this stage)
Those that are still bought into the fairy tale, end up sending more money, so they can withdraw that £50,000 and start “enjoying life on their terms”.
The problem is the company does not exist, the person is a scam artist and you will most likely never see your money again!
If it sounds too good to be true, it normally is!
We are dealing with numerous clients that have had this happen to them and felt compelled to share this with the world, we are doing everything we can to name and shame these people and in some cases, we have been able to recover some of the money for our private members.
REMEMBER THIS!…. You never REALLY own anything, unless it’s in your own hands!
This is why education is so important and is one of the many things that we teach our private members on our beginners course, you need to know how to avoid these scams and pitfalls to fast track yourself to success when investing or trading in cryptocurrencies.
If you have had or are currently experiencing something similar to this, You may be at risk of losing your money.
Come and speak to us for help, advice and to learn everything about cryptocurrency investment.
We Coach Crypto
+447983866130 / [email protected] / https://wecoachcrypto.com
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Have you seen Durov's Rules for Living? Share your own Rules for Success and win a Reward!

Have you seen this: https://t.me/durov/137? Illuminating, as Dumbledore would say.
Anyways, we have come across this exclusive interview with the elusive Bitcoin (of course, it can talk, why? Do you think we just came up with this out of thin air?)
Bitcoin is one of the most successful beings in this universe - we all admire its career. Here are some rules it/he/she/they lives by.
"As I’m turning 11, everybody keeps asking me: how did I get to be so cool? I’ve asked the same question of other successful coins, like Ethereum or whatever, and here's what you should do. Or shouldn't - I don't really care:
  1. AVOID high network fees. Haha, yes, ETH, talking about you. The thing is network fees are addictive and make you less usable and visually less desirable. What? Humans don't have them? Weird.
  2. Fluctuate a LOT. Fluctuation is when your value repairs itself. How do you expect me to grow if you don't let me blow? What? Humans don't... Oh ffs.
  3. Do NOT reveal anything. Who is my creator? Well, who is yours?
  4. Be ACCEPTED. It's good to be liked by people. When it's your name on the sticker "Bla accepted here" - then and only then are you successful.
  5. LIMIT yourself. There should be only 21 million of you.
  6. Do NOT eat pizza. Unless it's bought with me. Then eat only pizza.
  7. Live ALONE. Bitcoin is King, other coins don't exist. Say it with me."
Inspired by this interview, we have come up with some rules of our own: check them!
  1. To have money - make money
  2. To be a successful company - gain many clients
  3. Don't fall for scams
  4. Spend less, earn more
  5. Get profit, not losses
  6. Partner up with someone big. Microsoft seems like a good partner. Amazon's nice too.
  7. Accept crypto payments!
After these rays of wisdom, we turn to you for more insights!
Share your success stories - and the best one gets published in our blog!
Also, the best story wins $100 bucks from us - to throw away - cause who needs them when ya so successful?
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Have you seen Durov's Rules for Living? Share your own Rules for Success and win a Reward!

Have you seen this: https://t.me/durov/137? Illuminating, as Dumbledore would say.
Anyways, we have come across this exclusive interview with the elusive Bitcoin (of course, it can talk, why? Do you think we just came up with this out of thin air?)
Bitcoin is one of the most successful beings in this universe - we all admire its career. Here are some rules it/he/she/they lives by.
"As I’m turning 11, everybody keeps asking me: how did I get to be so cool? I’ve asked the same question of other successful coins, like Ethereum or whatever, and here's what you should do. Or shouldn't - I don't really care:
  1. AVOID high network fees. Haha, yes, ETH, talking about you. The thing is network fees are addictive and make you less usable and visually less desirable. What? Humans don't have them? Weird.
  2. Fluctuate a LOT. Fluctuation is when your value repairs itself. How do you expect me to grow if you don't let me blow? What? Humans don't... Oh ffs.
  3. Do NOT reveal anything. Who is my creator? Well, who is yours?
  4. Be ACCEPTED. It's good to be liked by people. When it's your name on the sticker "Bla accepted here" - then and only then are you successful.
  5. LIMIT yourself. There should be only 21 million of you.
  6. Do NOT eat pizza. Unless it's bought with me. Then eat only pizza.
  7. Live ALONE. Bitcoin is King, other coins don't exist. Say it with me."
Inspired by this interview, we have come up with some rules of our own: check them!
  1. To have money - make money
  2. To be a successful company - gain many clients
  3. Don't fall for scams
  4. Spend less, earn more
  5. Get profit, not losses
  6. Partner up with someone big. Microsoft seems like a good partner. Amazon's nice too.
  7. Accept crypto payments!
After these rays of wisdom, we turn to you for more insights!
Share your success stories - and the best one gets published in our blog!
Also, the best story wins $100 bucks from us - to throw away - cause who needs them when ya so successful?
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[For Hire] Marketing and SEO

My name is Zack Frederick and I started doing marketing several years ago as i began my first yoga ‘e-business', realising very quickly that the difference between me and the next John Doe wasn’t the product but the presentation. So I set about, by trial and error, learning how I could sell more Yoga mats than John Doe. It wasn’t long before I realised I was very good at the marketing aspect, and I didn’t really like things like warehousing and distribution.
Today I’m most interested in building reports, designing paid campaigns and helping with Instagram.
I’ve compiled a few free tips for general marketing and SEO.

Brand awareness

First off. Influencers will not magically make your website successful. You have to be your own influencer. Over my tenor, I have spent thousands on social media analysis, rebranding and learning tricks like sticking state names across American products or even changing the colour of my website depending on the demographics of my audience. Spoilers, guys love red. Here’s an example data set. https://imgur.com/gallery/7OHIx
Last year, I ran a campaign for one of my shoe clients, and we used the pride of state consumers to grow his shoe business. I researched the best colours to use for different states and gave him a list, we put the state names across his shoes and marketed directly to them through instagram. It wasn’t long before his conversion metrics were soaring.
Here's an example report from one of my clients - https://prnt.sc/iisqv8

Value

I have worked with a lot of musicians, a big part of them started with low view, audio-only videos. I learnt quickly that for them to achieve success they had to provide value, so i told them to create videos. They did and then ta-da, they had 4500 views when they only had 200 view music videos before. For the next step, I even got them contacts with massive digital celebrities. My proudest connection having been ‘Ninja’ during the height of his fortnite campaign, I organised the marketing behind several viral Fortnite music parodies with now millions of views.

Trend riding

Make use of trends in your business. If something is so mainstream and big, why ignore it? In the past I have made use of the political trends in the American election with trump AND hillary brands on some of my clients products, with the pro trump and pro hillary supporters wanting to sport their political beliefs no matter the cost.
I see a lot of website based businesses underuse social media with broad attempts at Facebook ads and Instagram ads, ill go to digital marketing agencies and see they either have no social following or a huge botted one. It's a terrible idea to buy followers, if you want to cut corners then you should look at buying a smaller business with a bigger social following.
Here’s the impressions from a tweet I made on the first day of creating a company a twitter platform and using trend riding and collaboration to grow it https://prnt.sc/huziu6 4K Impressions on one tweet in 15 minutes - we hit 80k impressions in the first day. I did this from simply mimiking the formula for success from a similiar company account, i don't want to try change the magic formula for success.

Direction

Adapt

You really do have to stay in touch with your business to know what's working and what isn't, companies like Toys R Us refused to do that and stuck with huge stockpiles of star wars toys and then they collapsed. Blockbusters where ahead of the curve for digital movies and then they refused to change, Netflix changed and Netflix won. Amazon learnt to use online selling and left companies like Tescos with financial crisis.
The big boom in marketing that I’ve seen is social media marketing, marketers can create huge social following for companies and use that platform to sell content for extremely low costs in comparison to the tens of thousands it costs to use other platforms such as radio. Social media marketing has become somewhat controversial, but it is important to always stay open minded.

Collaboration** & Viral content

I can not stress the importance of working with other people. Every billionaire i know of has had a mentor, every big company success story had business partners. I've had far more success in clients who have listened to me and done collaborative work with digital celebs, with a dog product business making thousands of sales when they worked with vlogger Zoella and gave her free products.
Viral content is very important because every Youtuber with over 1 million subscribers has started off big and managed to keep it big, nobody grinded and slowly rose up at an equal exponent. Hard work is fine but being consistent and mixing it up, copying the viral content of others is an easy way of bringing in secondary viewership and traffic. Pewdiepie, the biggest youtuber on the planet, started with viral horror content. Ninja, the biggest streamer, grinded for 7 years but only truly struck gold with the virality of Fortnite. So it makes sense to repeat their methods.

Key words

It is an obvious thing to say but it's neglected, key words are very important. I had a crypto business come to me and ask why their site wasnt doing very well, and i looked through it and saw they never mentioned anything beyond bitcoin. Bitcoin is a very expensive key word to market, with costs of the raw word being as high as 38$ per click. I had to bring them down to earth with harsh truths, i rewrote their entire site using SEM tools in mind - with key words and phrases like "Altcoin exchange" and using the names of the top 100 altcoins across the site.

SEO

Search Engine Optimisation is the name given to increasing the value and raw volume of your organic traffic. A successful website always wants as many of the most likely consumer base to encounter their product because that’s the hardest point of digital business. Your websites SEO is determined by crawlers which regularly check up on your website and update their index which is later used by an algorithm to order results when someone ‘googles’ something.
Today I’m going to be talking you through some key points about SEO that I personally audit for businesses.

Domains

Https://Www.Example.Com is an example of something we call a ‘root domain’ which is made up of protocol (https://) subdomain (www.) domain name (example) and top-level domain (.com). These are the basic parts. It’s important that the protocol is the best and safest it can be or else google will punish you. It’s also important your domain name and top-level domain are appropriate and readable. The words used in your subdomain can also affect how customers interpret your website, websites can be named after their market base for easy marketing. In addition, the age and previous registrations of your domain matter. It’s important these factors are appropriately considered in your website. Be minimal with subdomains.

Targeting

Google knows where it’s users are and what they’re using from their browser data, IPs and MACs and then matches them with websites in their areas or appropriate to searches. Ever since the infamous 2016 update ‘Possum’ it is not something you can ignore. Even jobs based websites had to use the meta data ‘Jobs Schema’ (from 2017 onwards) to tell google where your website was focused. Location specific landing pages matter. You have to pay credence to DNS (domain name server) and Glue to keep TTL (time to load) and mobile in mind, especially with more mobile users than ever. CMS (customs) is also part of this discussion: themes and plugins are a factor in Google’s ranking. One way to improve TTL is through CDN’s and we have to consider how we approach them to rank better. Sometimes, you might face penalties and there are ways to know; that’s a little too hard to explain here but PM me for more.

Content

Nobody loves a book more than google. Robots will read all your website, even the stuff humans don’t bother with. Things like duplication will annoy Google who doesn’t like reading things twice. CTA’s (buttons basically) have to go somewhere nice and if they don’t work properly google will punish you. Human biases are important too. The user experience will effect their retention and Google will clock that. There’s also lots of minor things that can stack up: Filenames (help you rank on Images) Thin content (Google sees it as lazy) phrase diversity (spamming key words is noticed) and URL structures too! Make sure your in and outbound links are healthy as well as having keyword mapping where you assign the correct words to the right pages. Make sure your anchor texts (viewable when linking) are descriptive yet succinct. And finally: link velocity, a healthy eco system of link building is important to longevity and renewed SEO.

Technical Stuff.

Consistent anchor elements are important to prevent 404s. Don’t use abbreviations with naming files and folders. Limit use of dates for file folder names. Your site architecture has to be simple and close to the root domain so the click depth isn’t too great! Links to and from your site can’t be dead ends, and use breadcrumbs! Be wary of canonical issues from similar content across multiple URLs. Treat Cookies and Session IDs properly, privacy laws are ever changed and mismatching them can be dangerous. There’s lots more to go into like header status codes, site maps, GSC Crawl Errors but Reddit has a text limit so I’ve deleted some of my post.

PM me if interested in my services or with questions.

~28-35 USD hourly
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[For Hire] Marketing and SEO

My name is Zack Frederick and I started doing marketing several years ago as i began my first yoga ‘e-business', realising very quickly that the difference between me and the next John Doe wasn’t the product but the presentation. So I set about, by trial and error, learning how I could sell more Yoga mats than John Doe. It wasn’t long before I realised I was very good at the marketing aspect, and I didn’t really like things like warehousing and distribution.
Today I’m most interested in building reports, designing paid campaigns and helping with Instagram.
I’ve compiled a few free tips for general marketing and SEO.

Brand awareness

First off. Influencers will not magically make your website successful. You have to be your own influencer. Over my tenor, I have spent thousands on social media analysis, rebranding and learning tricks like sticking state names across American products or even changing the colour of my website depending on the demographics of my audience. Spoilers, guys love red. Here’s an example data set. https://imgur.com/gallery/7OHIx
Last year, I ran a campaign for one of my shoe clients, and we used the pride of state consumers to grow his shoe business. I researched the best colours to use for different states and gave him a list, we put the state names across his shoes and marketed directly to them through instagram. It wasn’t long before his conversion metrics were soaring.
Here's an example report from one of my clients - https://prnt.sc/iisqv8

Value

I have worked with a lot of musicians, a big part of them started with low view, audio-only videos. I learnt quickly that for them to achieve success they had to provide value, so i told them to create videos. They did and then ta-da, they had 4500 views when they only had 200 view music videos before. For the next step, I even got them contacts with massive digital celebrities. My proudest connection having been ‘Ninja’ during the height of his fortnite campaign, I organised the marketing behind several viral Fortnite music parodies with now millions of views.

Trend riding

Make use of trends in your business. If something is so mainstream and big, why ignore it? In the past I have made use of the political trends in the American election with trump AND hillary brands on some of my clients products, with the pro trump and pro hillary supporters wanting to sport their political beliefs no matter the cost.
I see a lot of website based businesses underuse social media with broad attempts at Facebook ads and Instagram ads, ill go to digital marketing agencies and see they either have no social following or a huge botted one. It's a terrible idea to buy followers, if you want to cut corners then you should look at buying a smaller business with a bigger social following.
Here’s the impressions from a tweet I made on the first day of creating a company a twitter platform and using trend riding and collaboration to grow it https://prnt.sc/huziu6 4K Impressions on one tweet in 15 minutes - we hit 80k impressions in the first day. I did this from simply mimiking the formula for success from a similiar company account, i don't want to try change the magic formula for success.

Direction

Adapt

You really do have to stay in touch with your business to know what's working and what isn't, companies like Toys R Us refused to do that and stuck with huge stockpiles of star wars toys and then they collapsed. Blockbusters where ahead of the curve for digital movies and then they refused to change, Netflix changed and Netflix won. Amazon learnt to use online selling and left companies like Tescos with financial crisis.
The big boom in marketing that I’ve seen is social media marketing, marketers can create huge social following for companies and use that platform to sell content for extremely low costs in comparison to the tens of thousands it costs to use other platforms such as radio. Social media marketing has become somewhat controversial, but it is important to always stay open minded.

Collaboration** & Viral content

I can not stress the importance of working with other people. Every billionaire i know of has had a mentor, every big company success story had business partners. I've had far more success in clients who have listened to me and done collaborative work with digital celebs, with a dog product business making thousands of sales when they worked with vlogger Zoella and gave her free products.
Viral content is very important because every Youtuber with over 1 million subscribers has started off big and managed to keep it big, nobody grinded and slowly rose up at an equal exponent. Hard work is fine but being consistent and mixing it up, copying the viral content of others is an easy way of bringing in secondary viewership and traffic. Pewdiepie, the biggest youtuber on the planet, started with viral horror content. Ninja, the biggest streamer, grinded for 7 years but only truly struck gold with the virality of Fortnite. So it makes sense to repeat their methods.

Key words

It is an obvious thing to say but it's neglected, key words are very important. I had a crypto business come to me and ask why their site wasnt doing very well, and i looked through it and saw they never mentioned anything beyond bitcoin. Bitcoin is a very expensive key word to market, with costs of the raw word being as high as 38$ per click. I had to bring them down to earth with harsh truths, i rewrote their entire site using SEM tools in mind - with key words and phrases like "Altcoin exchange" and using the names of the top 100 altcoins across the site.

SEO

Search Engine Optimisation is the name given to increasing the value and raw volume of your organic traffic. A successful website always wants as many of the most likely consumer base to encounter their product because that’s the hardest point of digital business. Your websites SEO is determined by crawlers which regularly check up on your website and update their index which is later used by an algorithm to order results when someone ‘googles’ something.
Today I’m going to be talking you through some key points about SEO that I personally audit for businesses.

Domains

Https://Www.Example.Com is an example of something we call a ‘root domain’ which is made up of protocol (https://) subdomain (www.) domain name (example) and top-level domain (.com). These are the basic parts. It’s important that the protocol is the best and safest it can be or else google will punish you. It’s also important your domain name and top-level domain are appropriate and readable. The words used in your subdomain can also affect how customers interpret your website, websites can be named after their market base for easy marketing. In addition, the age and previous registrations of your domain matter. It’s important these factors are appropriately considered in your website. Be minimal with subdomains.

Targeting

Google knows where it’s users are and what they’re using from their browser data, IPs and MACs and then matches them with websites in their areas or appropriate to searches. Ever since the infamous 2016 update ‘Possum’ it is not something you can ignore. Even jobs based websites had to use the meta data ‘Jobs Schema’ (from 2017 onwards) to tell google where your website was focused. Location specific landing pages matter. You have to pay credence to DNS (domain name server) and Glue to keep TTL (time to load) and mobile in mind, especially with more mobile users than ever. CMS (customs) is also part of this discussion: themes and plugins are a factor in Google’s ranking. One way to improve TTL is through CDN’s and we have to consider how we approach them to rank better. Sometimes, you might face penalties and there are ways to know; that’s a little too hard to explain here but PM me for more.

Content

Nobody loves a book more than google. Robots will read all your website, even the stuff humans don’t bother with. Things like duplication will annoy Google who doesn’t like reading things twice. CTA’s (buttons basically) have to go somewhere nice and if they don’t work properly google will punish you. Human biases are important too. The user experience will effect their retention and Google will clock that. There’s also lots of minor things that can stack up: Filenames (help you rank on Images) Thin content (Google sees it as lazy) phrase diversity (spamming key words is noticed) and URL structures too! Make sure your in and outbound links are healthy as well as having keyword mapping where you assign the correct words to the right pages. Make sure your anchor texts (viewable when linking) are descriptive yet succinct. And finally: link velocity, a healthy eco system of link building is important to longevity and renewed SEO.

Technical Stuff.

Consistent anchor elements are important to prevent 404s. Don’t use abbreviations with naming files and folders. Limit use of dates for file folder names. Your site architecture has to be simple and close to the root domain so the click depth isn’t too great! Links to and from your site can’t be dead ends, and use breadcrumbs! Be wary of canonical issues from similar content across multiple URLs. Treat Cookies and Session IDs properly, privacy laws are ever changed and mismatching them can be dangerous. There’s lots more to go into like header status codes, site maps, GSC Crawl Errors but Reddit has a text limit so I’ve deleted some of my post.

PM me if interested in my services or with questions.

~28-35 USD hourly
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[For Hire] Marketing and SEO

My name is Zack Frederick and I started doing marketing several years ago as i began my first yoga ‘e-business', realising very quickly that the difference between me and the next John Doe wasn’t the product but the presentation. So I set about, by trial and error, learning how I could sell more Yoga mats than John Doe. It wasn’t long before I realised I was very good at the marketing aspect, and I didn’t really like things like warehousing and distribution.
I’ve compiled a few free tips for general marketing and SEO.

Brand awareness

First off. Influencers will not magically make your website successful. You have to be your own influencer. Over my tenor, I have spent thousands on social media analysis, rebranding and learning tricks like sticking state names across American products or even changing the colour of my website depending on the demographics of my audience. Spoilers, guys love red. Here’s an example data set. https://imgur.com/gallery/7OHIx
Last year, I ran a campaign for one of my shoe clients, and we used the pride of state consumers to grow his shoe business. I researched the best colours to use for different states and gave him a list, we put the state names across his shoes and marketed directly to them through instagram. It wasn’t long before his conversion metrics were soaring.
Here's an example report from one of my clients - https://prnt.sc/iisqv8

Value

I have worked with a lot of musicians, a big part of them started with low view, audio-only videos. I learnt quickly that for them to achieve success they had to provide value, so i told them to create videos. They did and then ta-da, they had 4500 views when they only had 200 view music videos before. For the next step, I even got them contacts with massive digital celebrities. My proudest connection having been ‘Ninja’ during the height of his fortnite campaign, I organised the marketing behind several viral Fortnite music parodies with now millions of views.

Trend riding

Make use of trends in your business. If something is so mainstream and big, why ignore it? In the past I have made use of the political trends in the American election with trump AND hillary brands on some of my clients products, with the pro trump and pro hillary supporters wanting to sport their political beliefs no matter the cost.
I see a lot of website based businesses underuse social media with broad attempts at Facebook ads and Instagram ads, ill go to digital marketing agencies and see they either have no social following or a huge botted one. It's a terrible idea to buy followers, if you want to cut corners then you should look at buying a smaller business with a bigger social following.
Here’s the impressions from a tweet I made on the first day of creating a company a twitter platform and using trend riding and collaboration to grow it https://prnt.sc/huziu6 4K Impressions on one tweet in 15 minutes - we hit 80k impressions in the first day. I did this from simply mimiking the formula for success from a similiar company account, i don't want to try change the magic formula for success.

Direction

Adapt

You really do have to stay in touch with your business to know what's working and what isn't, companies like Toys R Us refused to do that and stuck with huge stockpiles of star wars toys and then they collapsed. Blockbusters where ahead of the curve for digital movies and then they refused to change, Netflix changed and Netflix won. Amazon learnt to use online selling and left companies like Tescos with financial crisis.
The big boom in marketing that I’ve seen is social media marketing, marketers can create huge social following for companies and use that platform to sell content for extremely low costs in comparison to the tens of thousands it costs to use other platforms such as radio. Social media marketing has become somewhat controversial, but it is important to always stay open minded.

Collaboration** & Viral content

I can not stress the importance of working with other people. Every billionaire i know of has had a mentor, every big company success story had business partners. I've had far more success in clients who have listened to me and done collaborative work with digital celebs, with a dog product business making thousands of sales when they worked with vlogger Zoella and gave her free products.
Viral content is very important because every Youtuber with over 1 million subscribers has started off big and managed to keep it big, nobody grinded and slowly rose up at an equal exponent. Hard work is fine but being consistent and mixing it up, copying the viral content of others is an easy way of bringing in secondary viewership and traffic. Pewdiepie, the biggest youtuber on the planet, started with viral horror content. Ninja, the biggest streamer, grinded for 7 years but only truly struck gold with the virality of Fortnite. So it makes sense to repeat their methods.

Key words

It is an obvious thing to say but it's neglected, key words are very important. I had a crypto business come to me and ask why their site wasnt doing very well, and i looked through it and saw they never mentioned anything beyond bitcoin. Bitcoin is a very expensive key word to market, with costs of the raw word being as high as 38$ per click. I had to bring them down to earth with harsh truths, i rewrote their entire site using SEM tools in mind - with key words and phrases like "Altcoin exchange" and using the names of the top 100 altcoins across the site.

SEO

Search Engine Optimisation is the name given to increasing the value and raw volume of your organic traffic. A successful website always wants as many of the most likely consumer base to encounter their product because that’s the hardest point of digital business. Your websites SEO is determined by crawlers which regularly check up on your website and update their index which is later used by an algorithm to order results when someone ‘googles’ something.
Today I’m going to be talking you through some key points about SEO that I personally audit for businesses.

Domains

Https://Www.Example.Com is an example of something we call a ‘root domain’ which is made up of protocol (https://) subdomain (www.) domain name (example) and top-level domain (.com). These are the basic parts. It’s important that the protocol is the best and safest it can be or else google will punish you. It’s also important your domain name and top-level domain are appropriate and readable. The words used in your subdomain can also affect how customers interpret your website, websites can be named after their market base for easy marketing. In addition, the age and previous registrations of your domain matter. It’s important these factors are appropriately considered in your website. Be minimal with subdomains.

Targeting

Google knows where it’s users are and what they’re using from their browser data, IPs and MACs and then matches them with websites in their areas or appropriate to searches. Ever since the infamous 2016 update ‘Possum’ it is not something you can ignore. Even jobs based websites had to use the meta data ‘Jobs Schema’ (from 2017 onwards) to tell google where your website was focused. Location specific landing pages matter. You have to pay credence to DNS (domain name server) and Glue to keep TTL (time to load) and mobile in mind, especially with more mobile users than ever. CMS (customs) is also part of this discussion: themes and plugins are a factor in Google’s ranking. One way to improve TTL is through CDN’s and we have to consider how we approach them to rank better. Sometimes, you might face penalties and there are ways to know; that’s a little too hard to explain here but PM me for more.

Content

Nobody loves a book more than google. Robots will read all your website, even the stuff humans don’t bother with. Things like duplication will annoy Google who doesn’t like reading things twice. CTA’s (buttons basically) have to go somewhere nice and if they don’t work properly google will punish you. Human biases are important too. The user experience will effect their retention and Google will clock that. There’s also lots of minor things that can stack up: Filenames (help you rank on Images) Thin content (Google sees it as lazy) phrase diversity (spamming key words is noticed) and URL structures too! Make sure your in and outbound links are healthy as well as having keyword mapping where you assign the correct words to the right pages. Make sure your anchor texts (viewable when linking) are descriptive yet succinct. And finally: link velocity, a healthy eco system of link building is important to longevity and renewed SEO.

Technical Stuff.

Consistent anchor elements are important to prevent 404s. Don’t use abbreviations with naming files and folders. Limit use of dates for file folder names. Your site architecture has to be simple and close to the root domain so the click depth isn’t too great! Links to and from your site can’t be dead ends, and use breadcrumbs! Be wary of canonical issues from similar content across multiple URLs. Treat Cookies and Session IDs properly, privacy laws are ever changed and mismatching them can be dangerous. There’s lots more to go into like header status codes, site maps, GSC Crawl Errors but Reddit has a text limit so I’ve deleted some of my post.

PM me if interested in my services or with questions.

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New Bitcoin Transaction Limit Thin Client - Ultra Edition Nida Technologies Thin Client in Hindi Language Step 3 - Connecting your thin client 3m Bitmain Antminer U2 Bitcoin Erupter on HP Terminal t5720

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